Because the kindle touch GUI environment does not leave much RAM memory for native mode apps, especially when using a loop mounted file system, my current plans are to use only the USB Drive partition, and use only apps that will run from /mnt/us/bin and do not depend on symlinks (such as static-linked linux apps).
For development, I am using nano and tcc, which both run fine without needing any symlinks.
I *really* do not want to go through this again, even though I actually know how to fix it and it would be relatively fast and painless next time. I would rather spend my spare time making new stuff.
Last edited by geekmaster; 12-28-2011 at 01:22 AM.