So sorry. I have really tried but I lack the brain resources to work it out.
I must start a blog or something and invite people to answer me there?
For it is obvious that most of you here get very annoyed when I fail to get it.
And I too easily get off topic for being able to ask things on this forum too.
I link to show.
I wrote something that lured several of us to go off topic here so I try to start a new thread about it. http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,11855.msg70385.html#msg70385
NTFS did not get dropped!
Witness the ntfs extensions listed when using AppBrowser' Search ntfs
Use these to gain full access to NTFS drives after boot.
Also available is the initrd version ntfs-3g.gz here http://distro.ibiblio.org/tinycorelinux/4.x/x86/contrib/
Add this to your boot loader to have immediate full access to NTFS.
The only thing that was dropped was an installation script that was attempting to modify XP boot loader. It was determined best not to try to modify XP NTFS boot loader. Note however one can use grub4dos to achieve this.
I answered like this due to not getting what the text says. Trying to explain why I trusted NTFS where deprecated.
I am so sorry. It is a well known fact that I fail to get the intentions
behind even well versed English. I did base my take on it from a
text that you wrote. http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,12164.msg65220.html#msg65220
« Reply #29 on: December 23, 2011, 12:53:04 PM »
I don't want to deal with the installation of it anymore. XP is near end of life.
I have no desire to get Vista or Win7 or soon to be Win8. I tried my best to use grub4dos to be helpful for XP installs. But still some want nt boot loader mods and not grub4dos. That is too windows specific for me. I have not been a regular user of Windows since 2000. If anyone wants to take over the tcgrub4dos install program please feel free or the creation of an alternate install program. I have even contacted Svolli, a known master of NTFS, to see if he would want to take over the extension. Otherwise I will be withdrawing that particular installation extension.
I did not understand the rest of the post
I did not dare to ask either because almost always one are referred to the documentation
and them are on a level I fail to understand. So what does it mean?
The old code that you RobertS gave me:
title Tiny Core Linux
find --set-root /tce/boot/bzImage
kernel /tce/boot/bzImage quiet tce=hda1
initrd /tce/boot/tinycore.gz /tce/boot/ntfs-3g.gz
and that did work but trying it on the later versions don't remember which
then it failed and you told me the above.
But as I said I fail to get what people say. So seen from my poor reading
it does say you gave up on booting on NTFS. But that is my poor reading then?
So I need to find somebody that can explain how to get it going on my noob level.
So now re-reading the answer above makes me very unsure what it all means.
One take is that I misunderstood your word deprecated and that one can but
need to know how to do it and that the texts you write explain how
the only problem is that I fail to grasp what those texts say. I have no idea how
to get it going. A kind of Catch 22. Whatever I do now will only make you guys
even more annoyed because every time I ask something then the text from you
explain it on a level that is way above my head. A hopeless situation.
I really do like Core Plus but it seems too complicated for me on the level it get presented.
My bad not yours. I do realize none of you have promised that it should be able to be
understood on my low level. I only wish somebody could teach me how to without
making all the others annoyed reading it on that basic level. So maybe a PM to me
to not make people upset?