I have spent some time looking at grub4dos and I am able to have an install program create a no-partition NTFS Tiny Core & Windows system without remastering. Now I must decide on how I am going to proceed for v3.7rc2
Do what you think is good for TCL and your community.
It is hubris of me to have any demands on Devs of Linux distros.
It shows how utterly naive I am. But it would be cool to be able to
use official TCL in the same way I now try to use the Remix that SvOlli made.
I wrote this on another forum
I chose this time to test TinyCore Linux newest iso that has ntfs-3G on it.
Typically I totally failed on root permissions. They suggest one do sudo editor or sudo leafpad if one have that one installed which I had not.
But the ntfs hdd is read only so even if I edited I am not allowed to save the edit.
So I need to learn change mod and such change owner and other advanced cli code.
Maybe there are newbies that are good at learning that can do such.
I am comptuer challenged so I have tried this since Ms-DOS 3.3 and failed. 1986 to now that is many years of total failure using cli.
But congratulations to RobertS on TinyCore for allowing us to boot TCL on NTSF that is a promising change of attitude.
I spent some 12 hour for to get it to use a Swedish keyboard. Total defeat had to use the one from Finland which luckily for me have two languages so them care about our crazy åäö chars. We have Euro sign too but then one need to use the Alt + Gray key but that one seems to only work in xorg and I am still in Vesa. So no Euro for me Smile
But I am writing this from a booted TinyCore now but not the official one but a remix made by SvOlli in Germany. He was kind enough to get me up to speed us chatting using PM so it has a kind of persistence now and remember very much of what I do
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So if one could do on official TCL what I now can do on the remix that would be super cool.
Whatever you decide on for TCL you are the Boss over such things. I am just a naive user having selfish wishes.