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To make writeable NTFS kernel module, the NTFS support itself must be built as a module. I am not sure if a dynamic loadable kernel module can overwrite something built in to the currently running kernel.
When mounting usb, the WI-FI driver falls off.
And after restarting STEAMLINK, I can not use wireless internet. Please tell me what to do.
This is my Shell Script:
From Terminal I can remove and recreate the enable_ssh.txt file.
Umm why not
That way every time you run the "application" it will toggle SSH on and off.