Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: April 17 2008,00:20
You'd get the errors whichever way because /etc is persistent in a hard drive install (so everything with MyDSL is saved between boots) but gets freshly rewritten every time a frugal or USB install or live CD boots. The extensions work for hard drive installs but they really are oriented for frugal, USB, live CD.
If someone doesn't tell you which file to clear in the next day, I'll reboot my hard drive with a traditional install and find it. Like I said, you can ignore the warnings.
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