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    What does 'rebootalone' do?

    Greetings!
    In the root of my SD card are the following 0KB files:
    bton
    delgns
    fmoff
    rebootalone
    rm
    ttson
    nomsg
    noqfixdel
    poweroff

    All up to and including ttson were introduced by navcore TT.8.8.204.
    (The last 3 files were added later to improve/correct specific functions/features.)

    I think I understand what they all do, except rebootalone.
    Since by and large I'm happy with the current operation of my TTONEXL, I'm reluctant to change things without knowing what may be affected.

    So, what does rebootalone do?

    [my setup...TomTom ONE XL model 4S00.000R (32MB RAM), bootloader 5.5128/5130, using
    2GB SD card NC8204 used with UK-ROI-860 + SA-860 + France-860 maps and Vocalizer Serena voice]

    Cheers!

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    Re: What does 'rebootalone' do?

    The file "rebootalone" with "1" writed into, mean that it save the QuickGPSfix configuration when you make a reboot (restart).

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    Re: What does 'rebootalone' do?

    Quote Originally Posted by jose-m-m View Post
    The file "rebootalone" with "1" writed into, mean that it save the QuickGPSfix configuration when you make a reboot (restart).
    Sorry I don't understand 'writed into'. Please give an example of how rebootalone is intended to be used.
    Note that I already had to add 'noqfixdel' to stop the QuickGPSfix configuration being deleted on reboot/restart, which it was - apparently a feature of the Hammerhead chip TomTom.
    Last edited by mrlong; 20th May 2011 at 23:04. Reason: clarification

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