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Raspberry Pi / Re: ppp_generic in piCore 7
« Last post by larryle on June 26, 2016, 06:21:10 PM »
I read the book more than twice mate. cannot find the answer what I need that's why I am here.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: ppp_generic in piCore 7
« Last post by Rich on June 26, 2016, 05:05:01 PM »
Hi larryle
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searched keywords 'module' in the book, only found two places, but not what I need.
The advice was to read the book, not search it. The section of interest might not even use the term module. It might refer
to it as a driver or just list a modprobe command.

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spend couple of hours trying to search on this forum.
You could probably read the book twice in that time.

Take an hour to read it, it's time well spent.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: ppp_generic in piCore 7
« Last post by Misalf on June 26, 2016, 04:50:53 PM »
Creating module extensions might be a bit more involved than what is documented in the book for normal use cases.
Shouldn't be too complicated though, if taking other modules (maybe from the x86 repo) as a base to learn where to put files.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: ppp_generic in piCore 7
« Last post by larryle on June 26, 2016, 04:05:01 PM »
mate really helpful
searched keywords 'module' in the book, only found two places, but not what I need.

10.31. laptop - force loading of laptop modules ............ 57
10.36. blacklist - blacklist modules ............................... 59


 the wiki http://wiki.tinycorelinux.net/wiki:custom_kernel  still based on tc4.x. 

spend couple of hours trying to search on this forum. just cannot find any straight answer.
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dCore X86 / Re: dCorePlus-jessie doesn't load sce on virtualbox
« Last post by Jason W on June 26, 2016, 03:44:03 PM »
I am looking into this now, thanks for reporting.
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Release Candidates / Re: Announcements
« Last post by Jason W on June 26, 2016, 03:39:49 PM »
Bugfix to sce-load to allow full path loading outside of the TCE directory, this allows dCorePlus-jessie to boot to an X desktop with no furter intervention.

modified:   usr/bin/sce-load

http://tinycorelinux.net/dCore/x86/release_candidates/
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TCB Q&A Forum / Re: Starting the GUI Desktop
« Last post by corenovice on June 26, 2016, 03:31:25 PM »
I am a complete novice at this, but after looking for the answer to how I could start the GUI. I found out what worked for me. I had downloaded Tiny Core 7.1. Only one of the options worked. I downloaded Coreplus 7.1 and could not get any of them to work, until I checked the one that had worked. When the option screen opens, I press the Tab button. In the line of text I copied in waitusb=5 after the instruction cde, now all the choices that I have tried so far seem to work. I Hope this helps
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dCore X86 / Re: setting up a swap file
« Last post by nitram on June 26, 2016, 02:09:38 PM »
Most dCore commands have help files:
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tc@box:~$ version --help
 
version - Confirm dCore version, check for release or release candidate (RC)
          updates, prompted to download an available update to the directory
          specified in /etc/sysconfig/boot_path. Review this file for details.
          The partition will auto-mount if /mnt/* is included in the pathway
          and the entry exists in /etc/fstab. The existing dCore*.gz and
          *.md5.txt files are automatically backed up before the update
          is downloaded. Number of backups kept can also be specified.
          Reboot system to complete the update.
 
Usage:
 
version     List running dCore name and version.
version -c  Check if running the latest stable release, if different version
            available prompted to download, wget latest stable release and
            md5.txt file to directory specified in /etc/sysconfig/boot_path.
version -r  Check if running the latest release candidate, if an update is
            available prompted to download, wget latest release candidate and
            md5.txt file to directory specified in /etc/sysconfig/boot_path.
version -l  List running dCore name and version.
version -s  See dCore version only.

Edit: Recommend one topic per thread, gets confusing. When possible resolve issues as they arise before moving on to the next item. In my experience, dCore is very good, just takes some time to figure out and optimize. You're trying to do everything at once, in time you should get a real nice system.
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dCore X86 / Re: setting up a swap file
« Last post by kevinfish on June 26, 2016, 01:35:30 PM »
it says:

Warning:
You are running:          dCore-jessie:2016.01.06.23.01
The latest release is:    dCore-jessie:2016.06.26.17.08


How do I upgrade that?
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dCore X86 / Re: setting up a swap file
« Last post by Jason W on June 26, 2016, 12:40:20 PM »
Thanks for reporting, I will look into this.

Are you using the latest dCore version?

Can be determined by the command:

version -r

for release candidates, which is recommended for testing.
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