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TCB Q&A Forum / Understanding i2c package
« Last post by awatar100 on October 27, 2014, 10:19:12 AM »
Good morning all i have question:
What i have to install to have i2c on to my tinyCore linux ?
I wish to achieve  connection with outside word by VGA card output
So basically on VGA card output we have i2c pins do i need some other software then lm-sensors ?
I see in old repo file i2c-tools.tcz but there is no package for version 5 maybe it is not necessary to play with i2c
CorePlus / Re: Problem using it from a pendrive
« Last post by anuj on October 27, 2014, 09:56:08 AM »
try rufus or disable usb controller 2.0 into bios
CorePlus / Re: how to make and configure web,ftp,java(like tomcat) and torrent server
« Last post by anuj on October 27, 2014, 09:52:16 AM »
->Use your closest mirror to improve download speed.
->>not working (http://l4u-00.jinr.ru/LinuxArchive/Ftp/tinycorelinux/)

->Add config files to your backup. If you haven't done so, read Core Book chapter about persistency.
->> that i allready used those command(filetool.sh -b)

-> What do you mean all?
->> I mean i want to download all extensions into one folder and insert it into the iso file.when i install  tinycore on hdd then all the extension also install with the tinycore installation. ezremaster working same as i want.i put all the extension into an iso.when i install tinycore on hdd with same iso it doesnt work.getskype extension not working on boot install.

Thanks for helping me.
Raspberry Pi / Re: how to have multiple configurations to boot in picore+
« Last post by lykkedk on October 27, 2014, 09:37:20 AM »
Hi. -I figured it out now.

Try /mnt/mmcblk0p2/tce

Just for curiosity, you can try to with /tc1 /tce2 ... /tcen and symlink one to /tce on the same partition.

Syntax for choose tce -dir is ::

tce=mmcblk0p2/tce (or whatever e.g. tce=mmcblk0p2/tce/tce-a)

Off-Topic - Tiny Core Lounge / Re: wi-fi
« Last post by Lee on October 27, 2014, 07:05:59 AM »
You can sort the topics in the forum display by number of replies or number of views if you're curious.

Sorting by number of replies, I see that about 20% of topics in "Off-Topic - Tiny Core Lounge" have no replies and over 30% have zero or one replies.

This topic, with 34 (now 35) replies has the 9th (now in a three-way tie for 7th) highest number of replies.    :)

Sorting the same list by number of views: only 6 threads have less then 100 views and only about half (47%) have less than 1000 views with this thread coming in at 844.

Every forum member -can- see the off topic stuff but I suppose some will save time by using the "mark read" button on those forums that are not of immediate interest to them.

Personally, I like to at least glance at every new post, since interesting ones will occasionally pop up in a seemingly inappropriate forum or with a seemingly irrelevant subject line... in much the same way that this post doesn't have a lot to do with wi-fi.    :)
Raspberry Pi / Re: alsa in pi b+ hangs system
« Last post by Rich on October 27, 2014, 05:40:53 AM »
Hi manit123
Using the list you posted, try loading the dependencies one at a time to find the culprit.
dCore X86 / Re: 2 ondemand bugs
« Last post by jls_legalize on October 27, 2014, 05:30:40 AM »
About the ondemand script:
variable LOCALDIR declared at line 33 but not used, maybe needed for checking along with the one already checked at line 104:
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if [ -e /usr/share/applications/"$APPNAME".desktop ]; then
Raspberry Pi / alsa in pi b+ hangs system
« Last post by manit123 on October 27, 2014, 05:05:48 AM »
i am using 5.3-x with kernel 3.14.4 of picore
after i install , alsa.tcz .  Ethernet , usb ports turn off .
please see attached log
currently just hdmi cable is connected other than keyboard , mouse & Ethernet .

Raspberry Pi / Re: how to have multiple configurations to boot in picore+
« Last post by bmarkus on October 27, 2014, 03:07:49 AM »
Problem is that before booting video and USB terminal doesn't work, you don't have a peripherial device to see and select what to boot, practically it doesn't work. UBOOT is different, it has its own small "OS" running on the hardware in a limited way to perform such operations. It requires a kernel with device tree support also. It is not a simple staff to get it working on the Pi, you need a lot to do not only scripting. You may read http://elinux.org/RPi_U-Boot
Raspberry Pi / Re: chipKIT Pi
« Last post by bmarkus on October 27, 2014, 03:01:24 AM »
Thanks. I have it installed with a Raspberry Pi downloading program natively via RPi serial connection. For standalone I have the original Microchip chip with USB bootloader.
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