…box) use the original dmm bootloader.jpg, so we do not have to maintain our own
This reverts commit 0d4ba8d. e2fsprogs uses hard links, no need to replace them with soft links
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…dropouts on dm8000 with enabled internal minipci wlan) Signed-off-by: pieterg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Properly quote everything so that spaces can be used in mount point names. /proc/mounts will display a space as \040 which isn't understood by the shell and any other program (huh?) and thus needs to be interpreted. Note: This applies to enigma2 as well, it won't find mounts with spaces correctly.
There is no point in trying to mount swap devices. That will just fail and still might crash the system with the curent kernel. So instead check if the swap device is already in use and if not start using it as a swap device.
If fstab has nothing to say, use the LABEL as a mount point name. This is what Ubuntu usually does. It would be possible to use the UUID as an alternative too, but I don't consider "b11d829e-6a26-472f-8683-0c8d999847d0" a nice name. If you want your stick to be mounted as /media/usb again, either label it "usb" using tune2fs or so, or don't label it at all. Yes, this also means you can mount a USB disk as /media/hdd by simply labeling it "hdd".
…GES_DYNAMIC and get rid of obsolete snmpagent (R)DEPENDS