Looking at: Index of /8.x/x86_64/release/
I see that TC64 is continually updated.
I wasn't able to install pan [NNTP client] which apparently needed
full-X, and not just the <Fbuf> that I've installed; but I'm afraid
to mess with what's working so far. And since opera-12 runs OK, except
that I didn't succeed to fetch NNTP yet, I may still be able to do
NNTP with only <Fbuf>.
Obviously with a new substantial system like TC64, there will be
quirks which need fixing, like when returning from VT to X:
* sometimes X-windows have changed size,
* sometimes X-windows have moved to the left, so that the <moveBar>
is hidden and I don't know how to close the window.
TC is not designed for users in 3rd-going-4th world societies,
where apart from your Inet connection, you must worry about the
security of your electricity and drinking water.
So I can't risk losing TC's off-line capability, by trying to be
up-to-date, and end up with a lame M$ only device.
Only TC is unique in being a realistically USBstik-based linux.
So, am I advised to install a newer than 3 months old TC64;
and can that be done to not-partition-one of one of several USB
devices that I've got?