that just looks awesome man so i need to get the new os distobmarkus wrote:Project is progressing. Now LXDE is running in piCore:
(Above is running in QUEMU.)
For more info, visit home page at
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.ph ... ,57.0.html
that one i had problems too get the one bmarks uses it is a beta but it works get then you will have to do some editing but here is a link for the wifi editCloudcentric wrote:I have been able to boot TC on my Pi to a Command Line where does one go from here ??
Joe Schmoe wrote:Tell me again why I should care.
Why is this better than one or any of the "standard" distributions?
i use the x86 version on one of my laptops and they get rid of all the pretty looks make icons and strip out all of the extras that you don't need it is from a few of the people that made DSL (damn small Linux) it is super fast on a intel i3, it got a Pentium II to use wifi i posted a status update to facebook then the 384Mhz could not handle any more tho and turned off moz. so i just wanted to see what it could do on a raspberry piJoe Schmoe wrote:It sounds like one of the attractions is that it is small (as the name implies). Posts in this thread have indicated that it can fit on a 256 Mb (*) card - or even on a 64 Mb card. That's certainly all to the good. I'm curious as to what functionality had to be sacrificed to get that size advantage.
(*) Yes, M as in megabytes. I've noticed lately that some people seem to use the designations Mb and Gb interchangeably - generally to mean the later. I wanted it to be clear that I really did mean "megabytes" here.
Downloading! ThksCloudcentric wrote:New piCore-X beta available, has the GUI !
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.ph ... 34.15.html
Yes nice to see another update so soon, I managed to install and surf with Dillo3, will try wireless and alsa time permitting.bmarkus wrote:New beta version of piCore-X released.
- base updated to 4.7.3
- packages updated
Please note, that there are many new packages in the repository, including wireles stack, ALSA, etc.
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