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Raspberry Pi / Re: Browser support
« Last post by gavinmc42 on October 26, 2016, 07:44:39 PM »

Could be a problem if it needs 2GBs of RAM to compile

Maybe they will do builds for Pi's?
Raspberry Pi / Re: Browser support
« Last post by gavinmc42 on October 26, 2016, 07:21:26 PM »
Thanks Bela, will try pcmanfm will I get home.

Editors, file manager and browser are important for a development box.
Cannot do stuff with dependencies at work due to firewall :'(

Rust compiled Servo pretty quick on old Linux box and Servo is much smaller than Midori.
Think it is a different Cairo, but it comes when you install rustc.
Servo it still a toy browser, Mozilla guys are playing with it still.
But if Samsung are looking at it as well then it should be good becuase they are porting to Android and ARM which means it should be optimized for 64bit multicore ARM+NEON.
Which just happens to be the new rev Pi2 and Pi3 8)

Not worried about 64bit kernel yet, but want to use the NEON/SIMD stuff in the future on the Pi 3 for Neural networks, machine learning, vision etc.
I think these registers are easier to use in 64bit mode, ie ARM8/Aarch64.
Using a 32bit kernel is like a sprint race where you are only allowed to use one foot ;D

Corepure64 / Re: size of newly compiled and patched kernel
« Last post by aw on October 26, 2016, 06:34:35 PM »
You need to compress the kernel modules (.ko -> .ko.gz) files using gzip.

You can have a look at my kernel Makefile https://github.com/Jidoteki/tinycore-kernel/blob/master/Makefile for inspiration.
TCE Q&A Forum / Re: Synergy-1.3.1.tcz
« Last post by darkenvy on October 26, 2016, 06:06:38 PM »
I compiled my own version for the pi though :o. It was on this pi; I simply changed from ubuntu mate to TC.

I may move back to something else for NOW (I officially love TC after going through intensive install processes) because I realized the lack of software between my test (VMware x86) and Pi (ARM) are because it's just missing software XD.

My compiled version of Synergy works elsewhere but not on core. I feel that if I solved the dependency issue, Ill then be fighting the persistence issue.

Another time I guess :P
piCore Final Releases / Re: piCore-8.0 released
« Last post by MysticGriffin on October 26, 2016, 04:36:28 PM »
So...I finally got around to trying to set piCore 8.0 on my Raspberry PI 3... The first thing I tried to do was set up the GUI by typing tce-load -in TC on the client. I received the error message "wget: bad address 'repo.tinycorelinux.net'"

Am I doing something wrong? Do I need to set up the repo?
TCE Q&A Forum / Re: Synergy-1.3.1.tcz
« Last post by hiro on October 26, 2016, 03:09:59 PM »
I gave up on synergy.

I had written some patches and tried to get them accepted upstream but that only resulted in me getting cursed at by the main developer who wanted money, not patches.

Now it's some kind of buggy commercial software but every version is always incompatible with all other versions, so basically unless you compile it everywhere yourself you can't use it at all.

tldr: Open source software -> Developer too lazy to accept patches -> Startup bizz -> Big moneys.
TCE Q&A Forum / Synergy-1.3.1.tcz
« Last post by darkenvy on October 26, 2016, 01:25:07 PM »
I tried to wait as long as possible before posting :P. I lurked and got my system up working great using persisting /opt & /home :D.

I was able to find synergy-1.3.1.tcz elsewhere (doesn't appear to be in tce-load -wi) but I get an interesting error when trying to tce-load -i it.

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mount: mounting /dev/loop79 on /tmp/tcloop/synergy-1.3.1 failed: Invalid argument
The reason I am trying to load 1.3.1 even though it is 2009 old? Because the latest compiled version for ARM (pi ubuntu specifically) has other errors such as libcurl-gnutls.so.4 missing. So I gave up on that front.

Anyone still using synergy on TC?
Other architectures / Re: CHIP, the $9 computer
« Last post by bmarkus on October 26, 2016, 01:14:33 PM »
Today at least I received a tracking number from their logistic partner in Hong Kong.
TCB Bugs / Re: TC 7.2 - /dev/input devices are in group root
« Last post by patrikg on October 26, 2016, 12:43:25 PM »
Have you tried to make a work around like symbol link ?
TCB Tips & Tricks / Re: Where can I get a file manager for TinyCore
« Last post by coreplayer2 on October 26, 2016, 12:40:13 PM »
Appears to work fine in Xvesa and Xorg but will try to duplicate

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