OS used: Linux Mint 11
The Linux install script contains the "realpath" command. (Line 804)
Not all linux distro's contain "realpath".
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# Switch to directory where the installer is located: cd $(echo `realpath "$0"` | rev | cut -d/ -f3- | rev)
Running the install script from /mnt/sxdx/boot/ did yield a wrong install dir (/home/x/.private)
cancelling the script (ctrl-c) was possible.
I than ran the script from "/" so -maybe- the correct install-dir would be found.
- no "install-screen" was shown
- the script started to do ... stuff screen-scrolling was quite fast
Some programs do no longer work.. (firefox under user account)
I didn't exam yet what else needs fixing...
Question - Can you build in a realpath-is-installed check?