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That error only happens if your install directory goes missing (perhaps it was remounted as a different device) or you change the device label.It happened to me as well.
I removed the USB Drive, put it back and Skynet came back.
To cater for the swap file. While Skynet doesn't use a large amount of ram, a recent broadcom SDK update led to some devices spitting fork() errors when running additional processes. The only way to fix this error was to use a swap fileWhy is a USB drive required? I have not found an answer to this. I am sure the answer is quite simple as there is not enough storage on the router in the JFFS area but I have not seen this question asked or an explanation provided.