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Help with persistance with hard drive install.

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tinypoodle:

--- Quote from: Rich on April 02, 2012, 06:32:31 PM ---Hi emeddleton
Adding to tinypoodles comments, once the system is set up the way you wish, run a backup just that one time.
Then change the default to no backup on shutdown.

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Latter would need to be included in the backup   ;)

Edit: ...or not necessarily so, according to the link Rich provides below

maro:
If I'm in this situation where I'm done with TC (or any other live system) and don't want (or need) a proper shutdown I just kill the power supply (either by removing a cable or a battery). I'd like to think that works pretty and is a rather quick solution (plus the joy of doing something you should usually never ever do).

tinypoodle:
...but avoid such in case any storage medium is mounted read-write...   :o

Rich:
Hi emeddleton

--- Quote ---Then change the default to no backup on shutdown. You'll need to search the forum on how to do that, I don't
recall how it's done.
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Here's how to change the default to no backup:
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,11211.msg58585.html#msg58585

tinypoodle:

--- Quote from: Rich on April 02, 2012, 07:58:50 PM ---Hi emeddleton

--- Quote ---Then change the default to no backup on shutdown. You'll need to search the forum on how to do that, I don't
recall how it's done.
--- End quote ---
Here's how to change the default to no backup:
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,11211.msg58585.html#msg58585

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Earlier post edited accordingly   :-[

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