I need to mount a Harddisk on startup of my Unslung Slug.
Since /etc/fstab will be overwritten each time the Slug reboots this
cannot be the way. I think a diversion script should do the job, but
for which startup script?
The Slug boots from a USB-Stick in Port2 and the harddrive is on Port1.
I didn't natively format it using the Linksys/Unslung website, because
this would cause problems (according to 'Which USBPortforUnslung6' on
the Wiki). So it needs to be mounted manually.
The harddisk should mount as early as possible, because I want to swap
and log to it. The idea is to boot from the stick and then divert all
intensive writings (logging, swapping etc) to the harddrive.
I can achieve this manually when the Slug is up, and everything works
fine. Except that at the beginning syslog-ng is not up until I start it
manually, which I can only do after mounting the harddrive. Any help?
Thanks a lot, Paul