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Offline nunley21

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Help a noob with ezremaster
« on: March 17, 2018, 07:37:22 PM »
So can i get some pointers in the easiest way to install the iso i created with the ezremaster tool.  I kinda got it to work with rufus in windows but im trying to automate this process.


Thanks in advance

Offline polikuo

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Re: Help a noob with ezremaster
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2018, 10:26:25 PM »
Try tc-install.tcz, tc-install-GUI.tcz and select your ISO.
tc-install.sh supports auto install mode if you feed it the parameters in the command prompt.

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tc-install.sh SOURCE TYPE TARGET MARKACTIVE FORMAT BOOTLOADER COREPLUS COREPLUSINSTALLTYPE COREPLUSINSTGROUP STANDALONEEXTENSIONS OPTIONS ...

SOURCE: /path/to/*.iso or /path/to/core{pure64}.gz (file name)
TYPE: hdd, zip, frugal
TARGET: sda (whole disk), sda1 (partition)
MARKACTIVE: 1, 0 (a boolean)
FORMAT: ext2, ext3, ext4, vfat, none
BOOTLOADER: yes, no
COREPLUS: yes, no (if the iso file is a coreplus iso)
COREPLUSINSTALLTYPE: Core, X
COREPLUSINSTGROUP: wifi, ndiswrapper, wififirmware, installer, remaster, kmaps, none
(For multiple choices, concat the string with ',' no space)
STANDALONEEXTENSIONS: (Install Extensions from the TCE/CDE Directory), none
OPTIONS: custom boot codes (optional)

I believe I've covered up everything you'll need to know.