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I guess what I'm not understanding is the change in Xorg-7.7-dev as it exists in the 32-bit version and the 64-bit version.  Xorg-7.7 is a package for 32-bit Tiny Core as well, yet 32-bit Xorg-7.7-dev does not have xorg-server-dev as a dependency, or the other dependencies that were added to the 64-bit version.
I just didn't understand what is different about Corepure64 that led to adding those additional dependencies to Xorg-7.7-dev as it exists in the 32-bit version.

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dCore Imported Extensions / Re: One command update of the sce directory.
« Last post by Jason W on Today at 05:02:07 AM »
It sounds like this would make at least as stable of a release as the last one. 

I will copy the files over and announce it later today.
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Release Candidate Testing / Re: Core v6.0rc1
« Last post by jls_legalize on Today at 02:03:36 AM »
the build scripts for pidgin are in https://code.google.com/p/tc-ext-tools/
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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by bmarkus on Today at 12:56:42 AM »
There are too many components used in the process. If you are using Linux (MINT?) to resize, why WINDOWS7 used to create image when it can be done on Linux with dd?

If you are using WINDOWS to create why another LINUX (MINT?) used instead of piCore itself to resize and create partitions? It has all necessary tools.

Please check what orange icon means.

Also check them on the Linux box with fsck before doing anything with them.

Published images created on TC 6.0 x86 ASUS notebook with buit-in card reader and tested on a Raspberry Pi box.

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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by gavinmc42 on Today at 12:48:50 AM »
Both beta/100/200 SSH img partitions don't mount automatically in Linux.
Some orange? icon next to them, not sure what that means yet.

Normally when img written by diskimager, I just pop it in the Linux box, resize 2nd partition and add the 3rd.
Then I stick it in the Raspberry Pi then filezilla/MC my scripts and changes, this bit I think I can automate once I learn more Linux.

Probably can automate the whole SD imaging process, guess it's time to learn dd.
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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by bmarkus on Today at 12:12:15 AM »
Try to do this with Beta100/200 and the two partitions don't mount automatically in Linux.

Which two out of three? Are you saying, that only mmcblk0p1 mounted?

Anyhow, only one partition automounted, where /tce found, never ever two in the base system. Can you mount them manually and do you see /tce?
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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by gavinmc42 on Today at 12:03:20 AM »
I use Windows 7 + Diskimager to put img on SDcard.
Then use my Linux Mint 17 box and Gparted to increase 2nd partition to make room for i2c-tools and busybox-httpd plus run scripts.
Add 3rd partition sized to rest of SDcard for logs.

Try to do this with Beta100/200 and the two partitions don't mount automatically in Linux.
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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by bmarkus on December 18, 2014, 11:32:43 PM »
Checked Beta200, had issues even mounting in Linux to add/resize partitions.
Same problem Beta100.


Please provide details of the mounting issue. What do you mean 'even'?
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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by bmarkus on December 18, 2014, 11:30:21 PM »
Load the i2c /dev driver:

Code: [Select]
sudo modpobe i2c-dev
This will create the two i2c entries in /dev.
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piCore Release Candidate Testing / Re: piCore 6.0 Beta200
« Last post by gavinmc42 on December 18, 2014, 11:29:49 PM »
Checked Beta200, had issues even mounting in Linux to add/resize partitions.
Same problem Beta100.

Gone back to Beta2
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