> Or just use the backup function. iirc, the config downloaded through the
> front-end backup function is the one stored in the ramfs, not the floppy.
> Only time the floppy is accessed is on boot to read the config, then when
> you make any changes.
Good point. I suppose all of our solutions depend on the GUI still being
operational. From that point there are a number of ways to get your config.