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I've made an attempt to reconstruct the piCore-11.0beta1a initrd, which can be found here:


I'd be grateful if somebody could test it on an RPi0/RPi1 - the existing file on your sd card needs to be over-written with the new one to test.
CorePlus / Re: [Solved} Grub2 does not load grub.cfg automatically
« Last post by Rich on May 30, 2020, 05:21:30 AM »
Hi Sashank999
... Yes. This post can be marked as solved  ;D ...
CorePlus / Re: Grub2 does not load grub.cfg automatically
« Last post by Sashank999 on May 30, 2020, 12:27:54 AM »
No. I only have grub2 and no grub4dos.
My current setup is a success. ;D
Yes. This post can be marked as solved  ;D .
Additionally, I request the TCL makers or updaters to provide a guide for successful installation of grub2 on TCL.
CorePlus / Re: Grub2 does not load grub.cfg automatically
« Last post by aus9 on May 30, 2020, 12:24:12 AM »
no worries.

Are you now able to say:
you have grub4dos and grub2
your current setup is a success
you would like this post to be marked as solved?
Raspberry Pi / Re: Raspberry Pi as Thin Client
« Last post by Juanito on May 29, 2020, 10:58:59 PM »
For the moment, the path of least resistance has been taken and the RPi4 kernel module extensions have been copied to the piCore-11.x armv7 repo.
CorePlus / Re: Grub2 does not load grub.cfg automatically
« Last post by Sashank999 on May 29, 2020, 09:15:39 PM »
The full result of that command is
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/mnt/sda5/boot/grub/grub.cfgFor the before post, answering your command, I actually copied it from terminal and pasted in Firefox. I now realised that it doesn't work like that. It is just the same command. Sorry.
Now, it is the result.
Sorry for the late reply. I had my internet connection cut.
TCB Talk / MOVED: NOOB introductions!!
« Last post by Rich on May 29, 2020, 12:24:57 PM »
Off-Topic - Tiny Core Lounge / NOOB introductions!!
« Last post by Iowa_Nate on May 29, 2020, 11:43:11 AM »
hi this thread is for refugees from windozes to introduce them selves.
I'll start!
years on windoze: 1995-2005
time on tiny core: 2 weeks
things I need help with: pulse_audio, gnupg, terminal commands, openvpn, after i erased the hard drive using DBAN the system wont recognize it lol
primary use of system: simple web browsing, youtube, playing cd's, possibly old dos games, transfering music to sdcard, tor web browsing. its really just a old dinosaur of a lap top that i can learn on. i figure if i cant do resource heavy things i will be less distracted and i can just simply learn how to really utilize linux

system stats: as i said its just a laptop i can learn on
dell inspiron b130
cpu: intel celeron single core 1.5mhz currently waiting on a intel 765 2.1mhz in the mail
hdd: N/A 37gb
OS drive: USB 32gb
Video: standard onboard from dell
Sounds: onboard
optical drive cd/dvd cdr
ram: currently one GB, I have another on the way

yeah i know its mega old and super slow. i don't need to be told that. I figure $30 is a small price to pay to learn new skills. once i'm proficient in Linux then ill buy a expensive system. whats the point in spending lots of money on something that i don't know how to use???
EDIT to privious post.

2. Remounting boot device with forbidden files' and directories' access time updates.
The next commands can be added to bootlocal.sh:
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TCEDEV=$(readlink /etc/sysconfig/tcedir | sed 's_/mnt/\([^/]*\).*_\1_')
mount -o noatime -o nodiratime -o remount /dev/"$TCEDEV"
TCB Q&A Forum / Re: how to connect to net with 3G on new installing core plus
« Last post by curaga on May 29, 2020, 10:09:23 AM »
There is no plug-and-play extension for 3g sticks.
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