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Raspberry Pi / Re: raspberry pi model b+
« Last post by bmarkus on October 23, 2014, 09:09:13 AM »
tigervnc-viewer is a client as its name suggests.

Install the filesystems-.....tcz extension to have access to NTFS file systems for read. If you want to write it, install ntfs-3g.tcz

For video playback choose OPENELEC.

For audio playback, try cmus.tcz
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Raspberry Pi / vnc , ntfs , on-screen keyboard , audio-video player
« Last post by manit123 on October 23, 2014, 08:47:28 AM »
apps with 'vnc' name are tigervnc-viewer & x11vnc . Which is server ?
Do I have to install ntfs-3g to access ntfs of external USB disk ?
Also I do not have USB keyboard presently (usb optical mouse attached) . Is there any app that shows on-screen keyboard in picore ?
i do not see mplayer in apps . Which software can play all(most) audio/video files ?
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Raspberry Pi / Re: raspberry pi model b+
« Last post by bmarkus on October 23, 2014, 08:38:59 AM »
Install openssh.tcz or dropbear.tcz to have remote ssh access. Telnet is unsecure, no telnet server available. For vnc install vnc server from repo.
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Raspberry Pi / accessing raspberry pi model b+ via android mobile
« Last post by manit123 on October 23, 2014, 08:16:08 AM »
i have installed piCore-5.3-X.zip .
I can see gui on hdmi attached LCD tv.
I want to access this picore wirelessly from mobile on same network .
In services , i see dhcp , crond & tftpd .
Does that mean telnet or ssh server is not running on it ?
Then , which software do I need to install ? I do not see 'telnet'  in any software while ssh candidates are openssh , libssh2 .
Also , if i run vnc server on picore to access it wirelessly via mobile . Then , do I have to install x11vnc.tcz ?
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dCore X86 / Re: re-importing a mounted sce
« Last post by Jason W on October 23, 2014, 06:42:54 AM »
Implemented, see the release announcement.
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dCore X86 / Re: importsce could read the dep file instead of asking the user
« Last post by Jason W on October 23, 2014, 06:42:31 AM »
Implemented in dCore-wheezy.  See the release announcement.
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dCore X86 / Re: dCore-wheezy for x86 now posted.
« Last post by Jason W on October 23, 2014, 06:41:58 AM »
Ok, I have made a testing dCore.gz in release_candidates.  6 files were changed, so it is major enough to go through a testing phase.  If you create a .dep file for a package in the sce directory, or there is an existing .dep file, it's contents will be used as deps when the package is imported or re-imported whether the -d option is used or not, as with the existence of a .dep file it is assumed you wish to keep it.  Delete any .dep file if you wish to make a different new one, or to import without one.  Also, if you re-import a mounted SCE, it will be created in the /etc/sysconfig/tcedir/sce/update directory, and the contents of that directory will be moved to /etc/sysconfig/tcedir/sce during reboot.  The size calculation of importsce has been adjusted for this.  Please download and test.  If all is well, then these changes will be applied to the other dCore ports.

http://tinycorelinux.net/5.x/x86/release_candidates/dCore.gz

http://tinycorelinux.net/5.x/x86/release_candidates/dCore.gz.md5.txt
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dCore X86 / Re: importsce not handling dep of current session created sce
« Last post by Jason W on October 23, 2014, 06:37:14 AM »
I don't see this error during the same usage, tested several times with different packages.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: setting up DS3231 RTC on piCore
« Last post by bmarkus on October 23, 2014, 02:28:08 AM »
py-smbus.tcz added to repo. Install it and you can use Python

Code: [Select]
import smbus
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TCB Talk / Re: Overlapping mounts
« Last post by centralware on October 23, 2014, 01:52:06 AM »
@curaga: Thank you for your input.  UnionFS...  isn't that from "way back"?
(curiosity got me...  did a quick wiki...  1980's via Sun Micro. though I don't think the name "union" was until a decade later.)

I'll come up with something!  Thanks again!

EDIT: Curious... I scanned through the scripts for the Java installer (4.x) and noticed it was well outdated.  I repeated for 5.x...  same source and likely invalid considering Sun has JRE 8u25 listed as recent and I doubt 7x is available anymore since the script tells you to download it manually.  Since it seems nobody keeps up with these "installer scripts" I've had to implement replacements and in doing so, they're actually nabbing current version info from the internet as opposed to a static version.  In my eyes, they're "anybody can do it" projects...  well, anyone with a little scripting experience at least, but since nobody SEEMS to be doing so, do you guys want me to ship them in once "perfected?"  (This one's intended for Firefox, Flash, Java and a few others so I figured I'd build a system that uses only the "most recent stable" and if added to cron, startup, etc. they could "check" for revisions when ever desired.)
When complete, it's going to be saved as a TCZ anyhow, thus I figured I'd ask since I can imagine there's quite a few peeps out there wishing for "newer" as is the case here.  IF SO, send me a link to the docs regarding taking over old projects if you would.  Thanks!
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