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newbody:
Thanks

may I ask

What I need is to make the ntfs drive read write
now it is still set as read only.
Can I not do that manually in Terminal without running the  tc-grub4dos?

I mean in case that program mess up some mbr or something. Which it wanted to do and what Lee confirmed it did so I was lucky that it failed to install on my computer. I did try to ask this before though!

edited subject title to reflect new name

stevesr0:
I have grub4dos on one computer booting between two versions of Puppy and WinXP.  I recall that it was fairly simple to manually add an additional choice in menu.lst (?), following the directions at the lin'n'win website (http://www.icpug.org.uk/national/linnwin/step00-linnwin.htm).

Can the same manual procedure be used to add the new tiny core linux option to the boot menu?

Steve

Guy:
Yes, if you have grub4dos already, you can add Tiny Core commands to menu.lst.

newbody:
Yes I did that but the HDD is still read only and I need to make it read write. How does one do that?


--- Quote ---you can add Tiny Core commands to menu.lst
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Does that mean I can set the sda3 as read write in that code?

jur:

--- Quote from: roberts on May 26, 2011, 05:19:29 AM ---Note: Files that have changed and are likely in your backup:
.profile

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Shouldn't .xsession also be mentioned? There are perhaps many who use persistent HOME, so no new .profile and .xsession gets generated in these cases either

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