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dCore X86 / dCore boot-parameters
« Last post by sm8ps on November 27, 2015, 04:35:35 AM »
I am about to finish an article about dCore to appear in freiesMagazin.de and would quickly like to double-check the following. Is it correct to say that dCore shares its base with TinyCore as far as start-up scripts are concerned and therefore supports the same set of boot-parameters?

General TC Talk / Re: Need guidance on atypical but simple setup
« Last post by Misalf on November 27, 2015, 02:56:54 AM »
That's not
"Show us your bootcodes"
Show us the output of 'showbootcodes'.

For example, This is what I get
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logo.nologo  cron  quiet loglevel=3  vga=788 video=inteldrmfb:ywrap,mtrr:3  blacklist=pcmcia,ssb,b43,bcma,rt2860sta,bluetooth,btusb  noutc  tce=UUID="cb6f8b98-91fd-4c96-b115-3d2bb9cb3e57"/tce-6.x swapfile=sda1  nozswap mydata=myxorg  laptop  nodhcp  desktop=openbox 
General TC Talk / Re: Need guidance on atypical but simple setup
« Last post by otheus on November 27, 2015, 02:31:13 AM »
"Show us your bootcodes"  -- you were looking at them in the previous posts. That's it. All of them. opt=XXX or tce=XXX or some combination of the two.

The documentation indicates (but it's not 100% clear) on the wiki and book that tce=DRIVE/dir should do the following:
  • Attempt to open the drive /dev/DRIVE and mount it (somewhere)
  • Find a directory named dir within the mounted filesystem.
  • If the directory does not exist, create it, with various subdirectories.
  • Make that directory available (somehow... bind mount??) as /tce

Am I correct that this is the expected behavior? If not, can someone point me to the documentation or source that does define the actual behavior? I can read source code; it just helps to know which code I need to look for.
Raspberry Pi / Re: Raspberry Pi Zero only 5 USD
« Last post by gavinmc42 on November 26, 2015, 09:31:28 PM »
Xmas for nerds, best present ever?
Probably will need to wait until new years before getting my hands on one or ten.
Hm. I always expand the partition first thing when I boot up piCore for the first time. Maybe it was my other mistake, I will try expanding the partition again and see if it work.
Thank you guys!
TCE Bugs / IceWM not showing any icons under TC 6.x after CorePlus install
« Last post by CheetahPixie on November 26, 2015, 05:59:07 PM »
What the title says. I tried it on a ton of computers and VMs, as well as various versions of both CorePlus and normal Core, and it never worked whatsoever. I read up that this was an issue in an updated version where it was still trying to access the old locations for the icons (which had been moved to a new location to fetch from).
dCore Imported Extensions / Re: update-requests are missed by sce-update -a
« Last post by Jason W on November 26, 2015, 02:32:13 PM »
Ok, is this with the release candidate that was posted less than an hour ago?  Just wanting to make sure before looking further.
dCore Imported Extensions / Re: update-requests are missed by sce-update -a
« Last post by netnomad on November 26, 2015, 02:21:46 PM »
hi jason,

with the last cut i experienced the known problem that sce-purge deleted the outdated dpkg-package dpkg_1.17.25_i386.deb, but sce-update -a missed the update routine.
afterwards the sce-import of my 000-base-jessie-package fetched the updated dpkg-package immediately.

dpkg_1.17.26_i386.de 100% |*******************************|  2943k  0:00:00 ETA

tc@box:~$ md5sum /mnt/sdb1/live/dcore-current/boot/dCore-jessie.gz
7ba705c468ce144070b2daeb8ac4969d  /mnt/sdb1/live/dcore-current/boot/dCore-jessie.gz

probably these following packages are missed, too.
deleting tce/import/debs/libnspr4_4.10.7-1_i386.deb
deleting tce/import/debs/libnspr4-0d_4.10.7-1_i386.deb

thank you for your interest and help.
TCE Q&A Forum / Need help getting Citrix Receiver 13.2.1 working...
« Last post by fbifido on November 26, 2015, 02:03:20 PM »
just downloaded tinycore 6.4.1
burn it to a cd, and put it in my old computer cdrom drive.
it boot and give 4 options, none of them had the install option.
anyway I selected the top one (info say GUI X/Extensions)
the gui came up, but no tc_install
so I ran Apps, search tc_install, select it, the select go.
I then select Run, locate where the tc_install.tcz file was and run with sudo.
I install to my hd, then start to follow this blog about Citrix Receiver

but that blog was about 3-4 years ago, so moust of the dependences does not work or have change.
to start receiver has change, it was "wfcmgr" way back in the days, but now it's "selfservice".

Can anyone help with this.

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