This serves also as a test whether the much promoted <book>
is a substantial improvement on some of the baby-talk TC
documentation previously read. Technical literature should
read like a bus-time-table, not a friendly letter to your
Presently I've got TC64 loaded-up with 6 Desktops & 18 VTs
[all VTs as root]. Since I installed opera-12, I don't need
to leave TC to go to M$ to fetch Gmail. And I don't want to
reboot and lose my <work settings>.
Apart from the USBstik which is running TC, I've got.
3 further USB devices on this WinTelLaptop; and need to
get some info from:.
# fdisk -l | grep 3 ==...
/dev/sdc3 359 763 3253162+ 83 Linux.
mount | grep 3
# shows that /dev/sdc3 is NOT mounted. But
# mount /dev/sdc3 /mnt/sdc3
shows: /mnt/sdc3 failed: Device or resource busy
With other installations I'd try `lsof | grep sdc3`
to see what/if pid is holding sdc3, but even MountTool
shows sdc3 to be 'free'. Also `rebuildfstab` does
not solve the problem.
So let's see if/how THEbook solves anything:
* links -dump http://tinycorelinux.net/book.html
It's another "life is better with Coke" scam ?