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July 24, 2011, 10:12:49 PM
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I've Linuxcoin 0.2b and am selecting persistence on boot. At the moment I have to mount a USB drive manually to copy over the config files into the home folder. I am also having to install dtach upon each restart.

It's quite frustrating - I'm going to be switching over to the latest version with smartcoin and would like to eradicate this issue.

The machines are going down for a few hours tomorrow evening so I should have the chance to do it then.

Thanks a mill.

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July 24, 2011, 10:38:04 PM
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Hi,
I've Linuxcoin 0.2b and am selecting persistence on boot. At the moment I have to mount a USB drive manually to copy over the config files into the home folder. I am also having to install dtach upon each restart.

It's quite frustrating - I'm going to be switching over to the latest version with smartcoin and would like to eradicate this issue.

The machines are going down for a few hours tomorrow evening so I should have the chance to do it then.

Thanks a mill.

Why aren't you just booting from the USB?

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July 25, 2011, 08:30:32 AM
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Hi,
I've Linuxcoin 0.2b and am selecting persistence on boot. At the moment I have to mount a USB drive manually to copy over the config files into the home folder. I am also having to install dtach upon each restart.

It's quite frustrating - I'm going to be switching over to the latest version with smartcoin and would like to eradicate this issue.

The machines are going down for a few hours tomorrow evening so I should have the chance to do it then.

Thanks a mill.

Why aren't you just booting from the USB?

Hi,
I am but it just doesn't save my settings when I boot into persistence mode.

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July 25, 2011, 05:46:05 PM
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Hi,
I've Linuxcoin 0.2b and am selecting persistence on boot. At the moment I have to mount a USB drive manually to copy over the config files into the home folder. I am also having to install dtach upon each restart.

It's quite frustrating - I'm going to be switching over to the latest version with smartcoin and would like to eradicate this issue.

The machines are going down for a few hours tomorrow evening so I should have the chance to do it then.

Thanks a mill.

Why aren't you just booting from the USB?

Hi,
I am but it just doesn't save my settings when I boot into persistence mode.

I'm no expert, but I've created 20 or more usb's (15+ reformats of experiments gone arwy) and the only time prolems lke that came up was with a bad usb or I forgot to copy the live-rw file onto the usb after the iso file. Good luck!

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