Yes - I tried that too: I put my script named /opt/changeh.sh into bootlocal and in addition
When I backed up and rebooted, my screen was black and a white mouse cursor (shaped like white + )
was sitting in the middle of the screen. I could move the cursor, but was not able to see a result from right- or left clicking the mouse. (dead)
So I used <CTRL> <ALT> F1 to switch to the command Line (CL)
Here I saw that my system was named: tc@box2
When I switched back using <CTRL> <ALT> F2 I still saw the black screen with the white cursor. So I went back to the command line using <CTRL> <ALT> F1 and started with startx - and all of the sudden I had my good old original TC screen back. (w-bar and everything worked) Even the terminal emulator now showed tc@box2.
But this procedure is not what I want.
Do you think I should remove the script from /opt/.filetool.lst ? and leve it only in /opt/bootlocal ?
I will play around in the meantime, but I am always scared that will get stuck and will not be able to backup in order to fix problems I have generated.