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TCE Q&A Forum / how to set up pcmanfm to access sftp server
« Last post by beerstein on Today at 12:36:25 PM »
Hi: Usually I install gvfs-fuse and gvfs-backends in Debian and the pcmanfm file manager
can then connect to FTP servers. In CorePlus I was searching for these extensions, but could
not find them.

Is there a workaround in Tiny Core?

Any help is appreciated. Thanks
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Hi Sashank999
... The script looks amazing. ...
Thank you.

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... It automates all things without human interactions. ...
Almost. The one thing you cannot automate is the  Change-log:  field of the  .info  file. That needs to be done manually. So if an
updated version of  gpicview  gets released, you would need to copy the last entry listed under  Change-log:  in the  .info  file:
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~----- SNIP -----~
Source: https://downloads.sourceforge.net/lxde/gpicview-0.2.5.tar.xz
Change-log: 2020/03/28 Original release Version: 0.2.5
Current: 2020/03/28 Original release Version: 0.2.5

Update this section of the script from this:
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Original-site:  http://lxde.sourceforge.net/gpicview/
Change-log:     $DATE Original release Version: $VERSION
Current:        $DATE Original release Version: $VERSION

To this:
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Original-site:  http://lxde.sourceforge.net/gpicview/
Change-log: 2020/03/28 Original release Version: 0.2.5
Current:        $DATE Original release Version: $VERSION

And the next time it gets updated, it might look like this:
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Original-site:  http://lxde.sourceforge.net/gpicview/
Change-log: 2020/03/28 Original release Version: 0.2.5
2020/06/03 Original release Version: 0.2.7
Current:        $DATE Original release Version: $VERSION
This way there is always a list of when updates occurred.

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... Any tips about what to do with the licenses for hcxtools, hcxdumptool, aircrack-ng ?
See the section of the script that says  Copy the copyright file.  It places the licensing file here:
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/usr/local/share/doc/gpicview/COPYING
... And also, should I follow the flags mentioned in your script for my x86 TCL ?
In your script, x86 flags are in case i686 and I am assuming they are the flags for all x86 TCL PCs.
                CFLAGS=" -flto -march=i486 -mtune=i686 $OPTIMIZE -pipe -fno-plt"
#      CXXFLAGS="g++ -flto -march=i486 -mtune=i686 $OPTIMIZE -pipe -fno-plt -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti"
      LDFLAGS="-Wl,-T/usr/local/lib/ldscripts/elf_i386.xbn"
Yes, those are the flags to use for all x86 processors. I commented out the  CXXFLAGS=  line because  gpicview  didn't use any
C++  code. Truth of the matter is, that really wasn't necessary. Leaving  CXXFLAGS  defined doesn't hurt anything.
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Until you get a better reply
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Any tips about what to do with the licenses for hcxtools, hcxdumptool, aircrack-ng ?
I did post a wiki link at reply 16 on how to create a TCE, you must  have missed it.  ;D

You may like to read "Required Files"

those licences, GPL or MIT may not specifically require accompanying with the exe.
but you mention a man page.

If any look like they do need accompany major portions of your software then the gurus use
/usr/local/share/doc/TCE-name/<some-licence> as the preferred dir for it to unpack to.
You can see example of both man page and some docs here
http://tinycorelinux.net/11.x/x86_64/tcz/gutenprint-doc.tcz.list

on 64 bit the man viewer is supplied by man-db.tcz but it looks like it might be supplied by
man.tcz on 32 bit.
try loading it and your TCE-doc and running
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man <some-name>to see if a man page appears.

If that works, consider making man.tcz a dep of your doc TCE.
otherwise specify it in your comments to doc please.
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aircrack-ng has GPL v2 and both hcxdumptool and hcxtools have MIT license.
And also, should I follow the flags mentioned in your script for my x86 TCL ?
In your script, x86 flags are in case i686 and I am assuming they are the flags for all x86 TCL PCs.
                CFLAGS=" -flto -march=i486 -mtune=i686 $OPTIMIZE -pipe -fno-plt"
#      CXXFLAGS="g++ -flto -march=i486 -mtune=i686 $OPTIMIZE -pipe -fno-plt -fno-exceptions -fno-rtti"
      LDFLAGS="-Wl,-T/usr/local/lib/ldscripts/elf_i386.xbn"
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Thank You @Rich . The script looks amazing. It automates all things without human interactions. I will try to create one.
At present, I made .tcz files with mksquashfs for hcxdumptool,hcxtools, aircrack-ng. But I don't know the license things. Once I know about it, I will separate all libs, manpages, executables, create .info, .md5, .dep and mail it.
Any tips about what to do with the licenses for hcxtools, hcxdumptool, aircrack-ng ?
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Raspberry Pi / Re: Raspicam on Picore 11betab
« Last post by RockJamm on June 03, 2020, 03:37:15 PM »
Looks like I can use FFMPEG after all.  Apparently something like this should work (I'll give it a go tomorrow).

ffmpeg -f flv -listen 1 -i rtmp://localhost:8889/live/app -c copy -f flv -listen 1 rtmp://localhost:1935/live/app

if so then no need for vlc.

Thanks again!
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Off-Topic - Tiny Core Lounge / Re: Where you from?
« Last post by herco on June 03, 2020, 12:29:14 PM »
Greetings from Athens, Greece.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: Raspicam on Picore 11betab
« Last post by RockJamm on June 03, 2020, 11:58:32 AM »
I believe it does as a means of creating an rstp stream accessible by a client.  If FFmpeg can do it I've not been able to establish how - could be my failing! :-)

I'm thinking Raspivid (or v4l) piped to vlc (which will act as server as well as converting)
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Raspberry Pi / Re: Raspicam on Picore 11betab
« Last post by Juanito on June 03, 2020, 10:43:37 AM »
What does vlc provide that the others don't?
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Raspberry Pi / Re: Raspicam on Picore 11betab
« Last post by Paul_123 on June 03, 2020, 09:45:34 AM »
Note that motion would not compile against rpi-vc mmal - it looks like it needs an update?

mmal looks like it has had 2 updates since the Rpi4 launch.   I'll update the package tonight.
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