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Want to run something on startup? Put a debugchumby file in the root directory of a USB drive: /mnt/usb/debugchumby is a shell script run on startup.
- debugchumby should have no file extension (debugchumby.txt will *not* work)
- use UNIX-style linefeeds
- On Windows, try NotePad or EditPad Pro (http://www.editpadpro.com/ ).
- On Mac, you can use TextEdit (you MUST choose PlainText in the Format menu). Or via the Mac commandline (i.e. Terminal), you can use vi, pico, emacs, etc...
- On UNIX/linux, or via the Mac commandline (i.e. Terminal), you can use vi, pico, emacs, etc...
- The chumby also has a lightweight version of vi built in.
For usage examples, see
You can also