I've read here that people have lost all their hacks when their logs files took up too much space and their VAR directory was automatically deleted. I also read that the LogsNull hack prevents this from happening. See http://www.dealdatabase.com/forum/sh...60&postcount=3

I have a backup of my TiVo and of my VAR folder, but I don't want to worry about having to delete logs or having to replace the lost files(if I don't remember to delete logs). LogsNull looks like a good solution.

After installing it, my TiVo would not boot. I found that the modified rc.sysinit that contains the "runsyslog=false" line was the culprit. I had carefully followed the instructions and I've made sure that the re.sysinit, fixsub.tcl and logsNull files all have the executable attribute set. I can switch to my backed up rc.sysinit file and the TiVo boots just fine. I've posted my modified rc.sysinit file at
http://members.cox.net/stevensmith/rc.sysinit.logsnull

Does anyone have any suggestions as to why my TiVo won't boot with this hack? My TiVo is a Philips stand alone. I've installed Jeff Keegan's "Hacking TiVo" CD hacks and I have a CacheCard. I've also upgraded to a single 160GB hard drive using the LBA48 kernel. Everything else runs great. Perhaps one of my hacks is not compatible with LogsNull. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Steve Smith