Ah, thanks. Now I finally understand what it should look like.
Therefore you should see everything that you'd normally get on your NAND, but you should _ALSO_ see what you've put in the overlay.
just to make quadruple-sure, I rebooted again and followed all the steps once more.
But you've said that you can't find the file you created on the overlay :\ so I don't know what it's up to as all the logs you've put up say that everything is working as it should be.
From typing mount in the Angstrom terminal, I get this:
Here are two screenshots from Xfe, one of the /tmp/1gb.overlay folder, one of the /tmp/debextend/home/esn folder. Note the absence of any "uqm" files from the latter, along with any other files that are present in the first location...
Seems like the "mount" command tells one story, and reality tells another.
You say that this does work for you, though? If there's no other difference, maybe it's down to something in my SD card after all, I'll try out another one... or maybe it somehow left something on the NAND from the very first time I ran the Debian Extend...
Edited by Esn, 28 June 2011 - 02:30 PM.