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TCB Tips & Tricks / Re: .NET Core
« Last post by Looper on Today at 07:13:41 AM »
Hi Looper
According to this:
http://www.mono-project.com/docs/about-mono/releases/4.4.0/
up to .NET 4.6.1.
Mono it’s not supported .NET Core X
How can i install .NET Core 2.x on tiny core  ?
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TCB Tips & Tricks / Re: .NET Core
« Last post by Looper on Today at 07:06:58 AM »
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TCB Q&A Forum / Re: Installation on an EEEPC from USB
« Last post by coreplayer2 on Today at 06:51:09 AM »
Short history : I installed Pixel for PC from an USB key to the SD card of my EeePC : Pixel did not fit on the "hard drive" of the EeePC : 4Go only.
I doubt that being the issue, Pixel is a very small addition to Pi.
We must be thinking of different "Pixel's" ;p
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Raspberry Pi / Re: samba4 not working
« Last post by DrRob on Today at 06:14:25 AM »
Loading extensions for Python + all the modules my app needs will undoubtedly add a lot more time to boot, but I should be able to speed things back up by this technique: http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,20711.msg129294/topicseen.html#msg129294 to load wifi, ssh, samba etc. after my app is up and running

In another thread (http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,20709.msg129945.html#msg129945), someone brought my attention to a script that can build a single extension file from all the extensions you're using, which loads quicker and uses less memory.  I haven't tried it yet, but I think it may be of use to you too.
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TCB Tips & Tricks / Re: .NET Core
« Last post by Rich on Today at 06:11:20 AM »
Hi Looper
According to this:
http://www.mono-project.com/docs/about-mono/releases/4.4.0/
up to .NET 4.6.1.
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TCE Q&A Forum / Re: How to install SHC (shell script compiler)
« Last post by Rich on Today at 05:54:10 AM »
Hi polikuo
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BTW, the manual also states that one can set an expiration date.
Forgot about that, but it was 2 weeks ago that I glanced through the manual and my memory isn't what it used to be. ::)
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Raspberry Pi / Ultibo
« Last post by gavinmc42 on Today at 04:36:09 AM »
Related to this post
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,20969.msg131485.html#msg131485

Ultibo 2.0 is out with all that VC4 goodness working like you expect in Raspbian and PiCore.
Not only that, there in now an install script for Linux that works in Raspbain.
It won't install in PiCore but it can be copied from Rasbian and apart from some path conflicts it is looking like it just might work.
https://ultibo.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=887&p=5702#p5702

As the precursor FPC 3.0 works in PiCore, the install script could possibly be modified.
Yes I know Laz/FPC is big and Ultibo just adds to the size but Raspbian is big too and PiCore with X11 is not tiny compared to the headless version .
I would rather develop on PiCore than Rasbian, maybe because I know how PiCore work better than Raspbian 8)
Plus I feel more in control with PiCore, it only has what I want on it.



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CorePlus / Re: Run Tinycore from usb
« Last post by patrikg on Today at 03:21:17 AM »
Here you also have a solution, if you want to install the tc on usb.

http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,20135.msg125292.html#msg125292
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TCB Tips & Tricks / Re: .NET Core
« Last post by Looper on Today at 02:21:32 AM »
Hi Looper
Are you referring to  mono.tcz ?
which version of .NET Supported by mono ?
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TCE Q&A Forum / Re: How to install SHC (shell script compiler)
« Last post by polikuo on Today at 01:24:31 AM »
From what I could tell, it lets you hide a scripts contents and prevent modification. Aside from larger binaries, they would not
run any faster since they are still being passed through the shell interpreter.

Oh!  :o
That could come in handy some day.
I just read the manual:
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shc's main purpose is to protect your shell scripts from modification or inspection. You can use it if you wish to distribute your scripts but don't want them to be easily readable by other people.

BTW, the manual also states that one can set an expiration date.  :o
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If you supply an expiration date with the -e option, the compiled binary will refuse to run after the date specified. The message Please contact your provider will be displayed instead. This message can be changed with the -m option.

Never jump to conclusions.  :P
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