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In relation to my above post I should mention that I do not have an ethernet connection from this machine so was trying to side-load the wireless packages. I note that wpa_supplicant itself has openssl as a dependency. I read elsewhere that openssl should have liblzma5 as a dep but didn't originally (I think). I can't do any sce-updates though since no internet connection in dCore until I get wireless working...

But I get the message "rebuild fstab --- killed by signal 9"
In Tiny Core there exists a file called  rebuildfstab , this might have lead your search engine here.

But while you're at it, you might want to try the  dd  command to destroy everything on your disk (doesn't need mounting the drive).
Something like this (just to give you a clue) would fill the entire drive  sdb  (output file) with zeros (input file).
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dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb
Don't just run this command! Further googling would be needed.
IIRC, I have heard that SSD drives don't like to be written with zeros, so different command options may apply.

You can do this with Tiny Core, or, if it gives you a hard time, any Linux will do.

Just quickly tried using dCore-xenial.gz, vmlinuz-xenial and the dCore wireless sce's. However failed to connect with sudo wifi.sh (though my wifi network is displayed by the resultant scan).

I tried running wpa_supplicant manually but noted liblzma5 was a missing dependency, so I imagine that may be the problem.

I'm new to dCore and long time since I used tinycore. How do I fetch liblzma5 manually in dCore?

Many thanks,

TCB Talk / Re: Anyone booted TCL from NIC(Ethernet)?
« Last post by curaga on Today at 12:49:35 AM »
If the computers are not connected to a DHCP server (router), but directly with a cable, you need to give the server computer a manual IP before starting the terminal server.
Hi. First of all Im not a Linux user, hope you dont hate me or tell me to delete system32 because of it :p (Joke)

So, I got a samsung evo 840 ssd 120gb which I think it got infected by a virus because I started seeing a lot of unknown processes going on so now Im trying to fully format it and tried with different tools already.
But I get the message "rebuild fstab --- killed by signal 9".
After googling a little it Ive found out that this is related to Tiny Core Linux, is that correct?
The thing is: I never installed Linux and thats why I think theres something wrong going on here. Besides the weird processes showing up on Linux, I also noticed that windows shows up as Activated/Genuine copy even tho I didnt activate it yet. All those things combined make me think that this partition is malicious and is set as Read-only so it can come back everytime, so I need to know how to completely remove this or these partitions.

If anyone can help me out, I will really appreciate it.
 edit: sorry If I posted it in the wrong section.
TCE Q&A Forum / Re: Can't start apache service
« Last post by andyj on February 24, 2017, 08:43:21 PM »
I can't reproduce the error, it works for me on both 32 and 64 bit. Are your extensions up to date (tce-update)?
TCB Talk / Re: Anyone booted TCL from NIC(Ethernet)?
« Last post by limeblack on February 24, 2017, 12:58:26 PM »
So I gave the following options for Terminal Server.

1st IP to ?hare?

Last IP to share?

netcard to use

IDNS Servers to share

Subnet of shared IPs.

Gateway to share.

any additional boot options?

The thing appears to connect and then gives me a

ftpd: timeout.
ftpd: timeout.
ftpd: timeout.
ftpd: timeout.
I'm not sure what the question is, how to enable anonymous logins, or how to log in with lftp?

The standard "ftp" client is part of inetutils.
TCB Q&A Forum / Re: Remastering TinyCore (Modifying default bootsync file)
« Last post by Us3rname on February 24, 2017, 10:12:39 AM »
Have you edited  /opt/bootsync.sh  inside the initrd?
If your CD image contains a backup file, its contents might overwrite your modifications.

Thanks for your reply

I am editing /opt/bootsync when TinyCore has been extracted into /tmp/extract on my host machine.
TCE Q&A Forum / Re: Can't start apache service
« Last post by Adam on February 24, 2017, 06:53:18 AM »
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version; getBuild

Thanks Misalf  :)
Should you require further info, please let me know
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tc@box:~$ version; getBuild
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