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> /home/root On Sd
post Jul 16 2005, 01:09 AM
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Just a quick question: how to move the /home/root directory (or any other home
directory) to the SD?

It is sufficent to move the folder on to the SD and then link it in the original location?
cd /media/card
mkdir home
cd /home
mv root/ /media/card/home/
ln -s /media/card/home/root /home/root

I'm using Hentges with cardfs, and if after a reflash I tell it to put my /home/root on SD (as it asks on the first boot), Opie starts with a completely messed up resolution (which seems to me to be a 320x240 instead of vice-versa) and isn't usable. So I need an alternarte way to get the same result. Anybody has noticed this same bug?
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post Jul 23 2005, 12:41 PM
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That should work, as long as the card is formatted ext2 instead of fat.
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