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-Tiny Core utilizes TCZ extensions [[http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,15612.msg91178.html#msg91178|(not supported by dCore)]]. In the [[http://tinycorelinux.net/book.html|Into the Core book]], TCZ extensions are described as loop-mounted squashfs archives, with specified parameters,+Tiny Core utilizes TCZ extensions [[http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php/topic,15612.msg91178.html#msg91178|(not supported by dCore)]]. In the [[http://tinycorelinux.net/book.html|Into the Core book]], TCZ extensions (type .tcz) are described as loop-mounted squashfs archives, with specified parameters,
 usually symlinked into the main file system. The archive can be either mounted and symlinked or copied to the file system (usually RAM) for faster execution. It consists of the direct file system tree that can be found when installing an application or library. It usually consists of the binary, desktop file, program icon and any required data files. These extensions are compiled by either a Tiny Core Linux developer or a user-contributor and are usually retrieved from Tiny Core's repositories using the Apps utility. Each TCZ is a single application or library that usually requires other TCZ extensions for functionality (ie. dependencies). Applying software updates requires re-compiling the relevant extension(s) and/or upgrading through Apps. usually symlinked into the main file system. The archive can be either mounted and symlinked or copied to the file system (usually RAM) for faster execution. It consists of the direct file system tree that can be found when installing an application or library. It usually consists of the binary, desktop file, program icon and any required data files. These extensions are compiled by either a Tiny Core Linux developer or a user-contributor and are usually retrieved from Tiny Core's repositories using the Apps utility. Each TCZ is a single application or library that usually requires other TCZ extensions for functionality (ie. dependencies). Applying software updates requires re-compiling the relevant extension(s) and/or upgrading through Apps.
  
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