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dcore:basic_desktop_installation [2018/07/09 11:45]
sm8ps [Grub2 in MBR] flwm +> flwm_topside
dcore:basic_desktop_installation [2019/04/10 07:05] (current)
TomyTurbos [Install dCore on Hard-disk] typos
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 ======Install dCore on Hard-disk====== ======Install dCore on Hard-disk======
  
-dCore may well be installed to hard-disk in the same frugal way as on a [[dcore:usb_installation_test-drive|USB-stick]]. Here we consider, though, a full-fledged installation with persistent '/home/' and '/opt/', //Syslog//, multiple TTYs and some more goodies. There are quite some choices made and this exposition will give a basic, functional desktop. All of it can later be adapted to once likings.+dCore may well be installed to hard-disk in the same frugal way as on a [[dcore:usb_installation_test-drive|USB-stick]]. Here we consider, though, a full-fledged installation with persistent '/home/' and '/opt/', //Syslog//, multiple TTYs and some more goodies. There are quite some choices made and this exposition will give a basic, functional desktop. All of it can later be adapted to one's liking.
  
 The persistent directories will reside directly on hard-disk instead of being included into 'mydata.gz'. The advantage over the frugal installation is that there is no need for packing and un-packing those two, possibly quite large directories.  The persistent directories will reside directly on hard-disk instead of being included into 'mydata.gz'. The advantage over the frugal installation is that there is no need for packing and un-packing those two, possibly quite large directories. 
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   *''mount'' should show the dCore-partition mounted three times, once as '/mnt/sdX#/', '/home/' and '/opt/' each.    *''mount'' should show the dCore-partition mounted three times, once as '/mnt/sdX#/', '/home/' and '/opt/' each. 
   *'/home/<USER>' and '/opt/' should contain a few files, some hidden   *'/home/<USER>' and '/opt/' should contain a few files, some hidden
-  *'/etc/sysconfig/tce-dir' should be a symbolic link to '/mnt/sdX#/tce/'+  *'/etc/sysconfig/tcedir' should be a symbolic link to '/mnt/sdX#/tce/'
  
 In case any of the above should not hold then ... In case any of the above should not hold then ...
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