If you're wondering what the directories on the cdrom do, this is the right document. If not, take a look on morphix.org! (don't miss the FAQ or wiki)
o /mainmod contains mainmodules, these are also cloop images, comparable to the /base/morphix file, but using a different structure see README.mainmod for info about the internal structure of these files In short: mainmodules contain your filesystem, except for your kernel, loadable kernel modules, and hardware detection scripts.
If you place files in this directory, they will be executed at
boottime. Note that this does not mean that programs using X
will be executed, the proper way would be to add a line to .xinitrc
for this. Place the following in /exec/script.sh for example:
echo \"program\" >> /home/morph/.xinitrc
echo \"program\" >> /home/morph/.xsession
(Does Debian still use .xsession? not 100% sure, xinitrc should
Again, try this out. Exit from X, execute the script, and
If you place files in this directory, they will be copied over to the
root of your filesystem. Use directories to place files in a certain
directory instead. For example, have:
to copy the xfcerc file to /home/morph/.xfce4/xfcerc at boottime.
Interesting things can be done with adding files to locations like: + '/copy/morphix/init.sh' or '/copy/morphix/loadmod.sh'
as these files are executed after being swapped. Great fun ;)