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Raspberry Pi / Re: no wifi access
« Last post by Rich on June 01, 2020, 05:36:10 AM »
Hi Aladin
Maybe try:
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tce-load -wi firmware-rpi-wifi.tcz
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Raspberry Pi / Re: no wifi access
« Last post by Aladin on June 01, 2020, 05:27:41 AM »

Hi Aladin
That was the name of the extension in TC9:
http://tinycorelinux.net/9.x/armv6/tcz/firmware-rpi3-wireless.tcz.info

It appears to have been renamed to  firmware-rpi-wifi.tcz  in TC10:
http://tinycorelinux.net/10.x/armv6/tcz/firmware-rpi-wifi.tcz.info


and how can i install it ?
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Raspberry Pi / Re: no wifi access
« Last post by Rich on June 01, 2020, 05:13:21 AM »
Hi Aladin
That was the name of the extension in TC9:
http://tinycorelinux.net/9.x/armv6/tcz/firmware-rpi3-wireless.tcz.info

It appears to have been renamed to  firmware-rpi-wifi.tcz  in TC10:
http://tinycorelinux.net/10.x/armv6/tcz/firmware-rpi-wifi.tcz.info
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Raspberry Pi / no wifi access
« Last post by Aladin on June 01, 2020, 04:57:44 AM »
im using piCore 10.0 beta and when i use ce-load –wi firmware-rpi3-wireless.tcz
md5sum: firmware-rpi3-wireless.tcz.md5.txt: No such file or directory

any solution ?
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CorePlus / Re: Installation of aircrack-ng,hashcat,hcxdumptool,hcxpcaptools,reaver
« Last post by aus9 on June 01, 2020, 04:26:00 AM »
@Sashank999

Since we have posted together recently I hope you do not mind my aussie bluntness.
1) I see no point or little speed gain for you to have opt as a separate persistent folder.
The fact the bootcode exists is not an invitation to use all bootcodes.

run
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$ du /opt (or) $ ls -hal /optand you will likely find its about 30K unpacked which would not take long to compress into your mydata file nor take long to unpack from it on reboot it.

2) Once you elect home dir as persistent, I agree by the way, you will no longer get any smart deletions as nothing is backed up.

This means you "must" just as in the Microsoft world, make separate backups such email important files, copy files to usb stick etc etc

b) and cache for certain things and some logs will grow. Especially web browser cache.
I brute delete these when I remember as I am too lazy to create some script or cron job to do it for me.

my aussie 2 cents worth and completely offtopic, when I see your member name I think of a certain Stephen King novel
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See: http://tinycorelinux.net/faq.html#bootcodes

home=sda5 opt=sda5

Note that you will need to remove home and opt from filetool.lst
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I also require a small suggestion about another thing.
I actually opened the backup mydata.tgz and it contained mydata.tar. I opened .tar and browsed it for some time. Now, when I open TCL, my folders which usually rest in /home/tc are vanished. However, I have the .tar file. I extracted it and placed home and opt folders inside .tar beside tce directory in /mnt/sda5. From now, I want to make the TCL to consider the home and opt in sda5 as its own.
I used home=sda5/home and opt=sda5/opt but it says nvalid device. What to do ?
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Thank You Juantio . It now works !  :D .
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Off-Topic - Tiny Core Lounge / Re: NOOB introductions!!
« Last post by chattrhand on May 31, 2020, 03:02:35 PM »
Hi Iowa_Nate,
for an old box tinycore is probably the best solution. You will need the 32bit version.

1 GB RAM should be sufficient. I've installed it on a DELL Inspi 7500 with 512 MB RAM, it is rather lame and not much fun to surf even with a Chromium browser.

You should be able to download  CorePlus-11.1.iso  and burn it to CD/DVD (important: must be bootable!)

When booting from optical drive you may select one of 7 desktops, the most comfortable is IceWM.
You may try out the onboard-progs, you may use the Apps browser to download some progs via net, but there is no way to save progs or data, so you should first create a frugal tce installation.

The best way is, to prepare a bootable USB-Stick > 2 GB using the tc-install prog on the DVD. This includes a frugal installation and it boots much faster than a CD/DVD.

You should find out how to boot from this USBStick.

Up from now your settings / data / downloaded progs are saved at rundown and are ready to use after next booting.

The very first step with the newly created stick is to install your soundcard. Using the Apps Browser you should download
alsa-config.tcz
alsa.tcz
pulseaudio.tcz
fluff.tcz
flit.tcz
in this sequence, and for now. 

On the Terminal start

$ alsamixer

this opens the sound mixer; the master volume should just be at about 40 %. If not, then something may be wrong.

close the mixer using the  esc key  and type in this command:

$ speaker-test -c2 -t wav -l1

Now you hear a voice: "front-left - front-right"

In the terminal type in:

$ sudo alsactl store

to save this state. Then edit the bootlocal.sh:

$ sudo editor /opt/bootlocal.sh

and add the command:

sudo alsactl restore

and close the editor saving the contents

You may compare this with the info that is given to every program (extension) in the AppsBrowser.
Hope it will help you to find the next steps.
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TCB Q&A Forum / Re: USB boots to TC@BOX:~$ prompt, not Tiny Core Desktop
« Last post by Rich on May 31, 2020, 07:50:46 AM »
Hi techsuper
One of the options presented by  tc-install gui  is  Install X  or  Install GUI  (I don't recall the wording). Did you remember to select
that option?
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