> You'll lose that /etc/hosts file at reboot though. You lose
> everything but config.xml at reboot.
Why not use config.xml <earlyshellcmd> to populate the hosts file at
Edit your config.xml file and add the following (example) in the
<earlyshellcmd>echo >>/etc/hosts 127.0.0.1
That should work, but this solution is a bit ugly if you have more than
20 entries in the file...