You realise this is an English command, not a linux command, right?
I'm not sure if you have to put the downloaded
define.js into the
/Public folder using a linux
cp command under SSH, or whether you can simply copy it into
/Public using the normal file server access (e.g. under Windows or MacOS, etc). I suspect the latter, and that step 3 can be done before 1&2.
The sequence of commands for the installation is:
using a file manager, copy the
define.js file to somewhere in user space (somewhere in
/Public; it shouldn't matter where)
login to the linux OS vis SSH
delete the existing
define.js file (the
create a symbolic link to that file (the
ln -sf command) in the place of the old
define.js file; if you've put it somewhere other than the top level of
/Public, you'll have to give the full path
set it to full rwx permissions (
Essentially we're replacing the existing define.js with Fox's version, but putting it in /Public so it won't be obliterated when the device reboots and unpacks the OS.