Customizing USB bootable IFL

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Re: Customizing USB bootable IFL

Postby timg11 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 11:14 am

How would I modify my script to close the script selection dialog and then run IFL?

My script looks like this:

#! /bin/bash
mkdir /mnt1
mount -t cifs -o user=IFL_Backup,password=IFL3777 //192.168.27.1/IFL_Temp /mnt1

Also, how can I modify the default destination path in IFL so it will start at /mnt1?
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Re: Customizing USB bootable IFL

Postby timg11 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 4:28 pm

As a workaround, I've changed to selecting the "run scripts in scriptslist.txt" option, and putting my script name in that file.
I added the command ./imagel to the end of the script, which automatically starts IFL.
The only minor downside is that the script leaves a window open.
The next time I run makedisk, I'll change that final command to:

./imagel &

I believe that will start IFL as a background task, and end the script.
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