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Old 08-06-2012, 11:16 AM   #6
altruizine
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Thanks four your comments, uboot!

I know about the install-recovery.sh method, but I'm afraid it does not work in this case: Presently, the pgdn daemon reads a configuration file from the (internal) SD card, which (I think) has not been mounted yet when the install-recovery.sh script runs.

The idea of an APK would be not only to ease installation, but also to run the pgdn daemon once boot has been completed and the SD card has been mounted.
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