Just found my Mini-SD adapter after having been missing for a while, and I took the opportunity to load up the end-use release of OpenDingux on my A320. Dropped the files onto a brand new 2GB card, put a couple emulators and some roms on there... Boots up without issue, and everything seems to work fine.
Here's my problem: I added links for the four emulators I loaded to the "emulators" section. changed the names, changed the icons - all normal stuff. When i powered off the A320 for a while and came back to it, all the links i had added were gone. I tried adding everything back again, cycling the power again, and got the same result. A completely blank "emulators" section when gmenu loaded.
I searched around on the boards a bit, and found one suggestion of a corrupt file system. I reformatted my card using gPartEd, put fresh downloads of zImage and rootfs.bin on there, and got the same result. Loads fine, but won't save any links I add to the home screen. I've checked to see if either the card itself, or any of the files are write-protected, and they're not.
Could any of you shed some light on this? Perhaps I've made some sort of glaring omission... Aside from this one issue, OpenDingux works great! Thanks!