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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by GNUser on July 24, 2024, 02:31:41 PM »
I'm not sure what's causing the openssl-related errors. Some extensions in the repo depend on the older openssl-1.1.1:

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$ depends-on.sh openssl-1.1.1
dillo-beta.tcz
edbrowse.tcz
fuse-zip.tcz
irssi.tcz
keepalived.tcz
lagrange.tcz
libstrophe.tcz
libtorrent-rasterbar.tcz
mariadb-10.4.tcz
mariadb-10.5-client.tcz
mariadb-10.5.tcz
mariadb-10.6-client.tcz
mariadb-10.6.tcz
minizip.tcz
mongo.tcz
net-snmp35.tcz
openldap2.4.tcz
openssl-1.1.1-dev.tcz
pixiewps.tcz
pixz.tcz
proftpd.tcz
pure-ftpd.tcz
python3.7.tcz
python-cryptography.tcz
python-m2crypto.tcz
python.tcz
qt-5.x-base.tcz
sc-im.tcz
tcpdump.tcz

If you manually downloaded one of the above extensions, you should also download openssl-1.1.1.tcz and load it.

P.S. It should be fine to have both openssl.tcz and openssl-1.1.1.tcz loaded at the same time.

EDIT: You should try to get a wired network connection for TCL (or use FetchExt.sh on a linux machine) to get the extensions you need to get TCL up and running. It will make your life much easier.
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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by pixel on July 24, 2024, 01:59:15 PM »
i'm on mac without stuff like wget so i cant use that script. i redownloaded elogind and it appears to work, however running tce-load -wi /mnt/myusb/cde/optional/*.tcz gave a screen full of errors reading like "c_rehash: line 12: openssl: not found". tce-status says openssl is loaded. the wifi app is still just a black screen.
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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by GNUser on July 24, 2024, 01:42:52 PM »
I'm on TCL15 x86_64 with wifi working, no elogind issues. Try deleting the elogind extension and re-downloading it using Rich's script.

If elogind.tcz can't be loaded, wifi.tcz will refuse to load because elogind is in its dependency tree.

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tce-status -i shows you which extensions are actually loaded on your system.
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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by pixel on July 24, 2024, 01:33:01 PM »
i believe i am using iwlwifi, so i'm trying to install firmware-iwlwifi.tcz. every tcz file i load with tceload -wi says already installed except elogind.tcz, which for whatever reason tries to download from the internet? of course since im offline, wget then throws an error. i have elogind's tcz, dep, and md5 files just like every other extension, yet elogind doesn't wanna cooperate.
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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by GNUser on July 24, 2024, 12:37:31 PM »
i've managed to add every tcz file listed on http://repo.tinycorelinux.net/15.x/x86_64/tcz/wifi.tcz.tree in an attempt to use wifi.tcz.
Hi pixel. In order for wifi to work you also need to load the firmware for your specific wireless card. For example, if you have an Intel card that uses iwlwifi, you also need firmware-iwlwifi.tcz

If you are downloading extensions using a different distro that already has working wifi, you should use Rich's FetchExt.sh script, available here:
https://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=23034.0;attach=6171

Rich's script automatically downloads an extension's entire dependency tree for you. To grab wifi.tcz and its entire dependency tree, for example, do this:
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$ FetchExt.sh wifi
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TCB Bugs / Re: Wiki login problem
« Last post by Paul_123 on July 24, 2024, 12:07:19 PM »
Its not necessarily the web server inherently, Its how it all works together.  The forum software has two options.  Disable SSL/Force SSL.  Its getting both to work.   A transparent proxy is an interesting option. 

For various reasons, we need to upgrade to SMF 2.1.x. That is my next task.
I will look at options for http when I get some time.

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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by pixel on July 24, 2024, 11:13:30 AM »
taskbar thing is just me being stupid, wbarconf fixes it.
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Corepure64 / Re: issues with inital setup
« Last post by pixel on July 24, 2024, 11:07:57 AM »
sorry my post is kind of all over the place. anyhow, i've tried rufus with wine, diskutility, and unetbootin. i found a way to manually add the extensions by booting up my computer with the bootable usb, then ejecting the usb after tc is loaded and erasing and reformatting the thing to fat32, then readding the same files along with any extensions in cde/optional and editing the onboot.lst file. the issue with this is now i can't boot into the os again, so i have to keep my computer on and can't reboot. i have no clue if this is the correct way to do it. i dont have a lan cable available to use for a wired connection.

i've managed to add every tcz file listed on http://repo.tinycorelinux.net/15.x/x86_64/tcz/wifi.tcz.tree in an attempt to use wifi.tcz. weirdly enough, now my taskbar isn't showing and when i try booting up the wifi app from the click menu, it just displays a black screen which allows typing???
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TCB Bugs / Re: Wiki login problem
« Last post by neonix on July 24, 2024, 09:44:07 AM »
Transparent proxy http-> https would allow many people to use old browsers for long time.
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General TC Talk / Re: news on Robert Shingledecker?
« Last post by neonix on July 24, 2024, 08:01:29 AM »
It looks like he was co-author of only one book.

http://web.archive.org/web/20040319213947/http://www.shingledecker.org/

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Robert Shingledecker (tireless contributor), has been working with Linux since kernel 0.95. He was the first to implement Linux servers in a large scale in the City of Garden Grove back in 1994. He is responsible for bringing Linux to several dot coms. He also created early Linux server appliances including a pre-Knoppix liveCD based on RedHat.
His website is:
www.shingledecker.org
http://web.archive.org/web/20040319213947/http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/contributors.html

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Robert Shingledecker’s IT career spans 35 years, beginning with hand-coding machine language programs targeted for Burroughs Corporation minicomputers. Later, he enjoyed using an assembler and then COBOL. Always having a passion for computers, he was an advocate for COMAL, and was an early hacker on MINIX and Coherent OS. In regards to Linux projects, Robert led the first large-scale deployment of Linux in the city of Garden Grove, California, where in 1994 he deployed Samba on DG/UX systems. He also designed a massively scalable Linux/AOLserver/Sybase e-commerce system. Robert then became CTO of several Linux-based dot-com companies. While building Linux-based, no install, live CD-ROM appliances, including firewalls, VPN, web, email, and database appliances, he became interested in Damn Small Linux. Soon, Robert joined John Andrews to help lead Damn Small Linux development. Now retired, Robert spends his time writing code and working on Damn Small Linux. He also enjoys traveling.

https://www.informit.com/authors/bio/96bba5fe-aa6f-4c55-a8a4-a38753c0ee7c


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