Can I choose a save-file on another drive when using USB Wary Puppy?
I'm really pleased with Wary - it's the best Puppy for me. I find USB stick faster than live CD - and essential for CD work. I've picked up an editing hint to ask "Save this session? (Yes/No)" at close-down - to save wear on my USB stick. That works - but ..
I can save to another drive by meddling with /etc/rc.d/PUPSTATE. That works, but Wary still uses sdb1 save-file on booting, (or thinks it's the first boot-up if I rename the USB save-file). I'm told not to write to my USB stick more than needed! What I'd REALLY like is to choose save-files at boot time, but a simple boot-and-read-save-file-from-sda1 would help?