Apt-get :: Enable apt in DSL 3.3
I just used the right-click menu item "Enable apt" for the first time in a long time with DSL 3.3.
I noticed that the script downloaded the dsl-dpkg.dsl extension - shouldn't it download the dsl-dpkg.unc extension unless you're using a legacy boot?
Yea, it would be wise to update that...
The scripts I'm using do something like:
lsmod | grep -e "^unionfs " # and/or use `mount`?
cat /proc/cmdline | grep " legacy "
Of course using using case statements is probably better for performance, but it's shorter to write here. Then I have some error checking... such as
if [ $USING_UNIONFS -eq $USING_LEGACY ]
but could be left out for this topic's purpose, since I made my scripts to be backwards-compatible with older DSL releases.