First, kudos for TinyCore, and double kudos for ezremaster !!!
I started reading about all this 2 hours ago, and I now have my remastered variant on an pendrive with my custom app, all working... you guys are setting a record in skill-transfer efficiency
Now, I would like to go one step further: I'd like my bootable pendrive to non-interactively take over and install itself on the hard drive (possibly after verifying that the hdd is blank and asking for a confirmation otherwise ... I can do this part). This is for routine installation on dozens of mini-PCs of my app-on-TC.
I have looked at tc-install.sh, and I see that it is prepared for non-interactive execution through env vars ($INTERACTIVE et al). I assume that the GUI version, tc-install, calls it this way. But the exact command-line to call is not easy to write, because there are more than 10 arguments, and their individual syntax is not obvious.
Q1: is the non-interactive tc-install.sh command line documented somewhere ?
Q2: is there a way to somehow "save" the choices from the GUI of tc-install (like ezremaster does in its .cfg) ?
Thanks in advance,