I'm trying to get my new APU1D4 to boot TinyCoreLinux, and I think I'm nearly successful. When I boot the board I get this error: "Sorry, FAT partition was not found." Digging around, I see that the error message comes from /root/takemehome.sh, which searches for the file takemehome.txt in 4 locations: /mnt/sd[abcd]1. Unfortunately, my sd card is mounted at /mnt/sdb, so it's not found.
If I cd to /mnt/sdb and run ./autostart.sh, TinyCore Linux does boot, so this mount point issue seems to be my only problem.
I tried modifying /root/takemehome.sh to look also at /mnt/sdb, but that change does not persist over a reboot. I also tried modifying /etc/fstab to mount on /mnt/sdb1, but that also gets overwritten upon reboot.
A few questions - an answer to any of them would probably get me going:
1) how can I modify /root/takemehome.sh in a way which persists over reboot?
2) How can I modify the mount point point for my sd card to something /root/takemehome.sh prefers?
3) Is there something else I might be doing wrong?
Thanks for any hints!