Joined: April 2006
||Posted: June 02 2007,16:44
|Quote (mikshaw @ June 01 2007,17:30)|
|If you don't need to run mkwritable to install what you need, you're probably better off using .tar.gz (or .uci, which at runtime is the same type of application as .tar.gz)|
I finally found that script, which is "mkwriteable" not "mkwritable,"
located in /etc/init.d/
Running /etc/init.d/mkwriteable loads /usr, /bin/, /lib, /sbin into the ramdisk allowing you to write to these directories. Loading a .dsl extension runs the script automatically.