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 ====== Options when Installed on a Hard Drive ====== ====== Options when Installed on a Hard Drive ======
  
-When Tiny Core is installed on a USB drive, backup is designed to minimize the amount of writing to the USB drive, which results in the USB drive lasting longer.+When Tinycore is installed on a USB drive, backup is designed to minimize the amount of writing to the USB drive, which results in the USB drive lasting longer.
  
-Backup results in Tiny Core taking longer to start up and shut down.+Backup results in Tinycore taking longer to start up and shut down.
  
-When installed on a hard drive, Tiny Core can be set up differently.+When installed on a hard drive, Tinycore can be set up differently.
  
 ==== Boot Options when Installing on a Hard Drive ==== ==== Boot Options when Installing on a Hard Drive ====
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 1. The ideal method in most situations, is to make a new extension for settings. For more information, see [[extension_for_settings|Make Extensions for Settings]]. 1. The ideal method in most situations, is to make a new extension for settings. For more information, see [[extension_for_settings|Make Extensions for Settings]].
  
-2. Settings can also be saved in /opt. For an example of this, see [[passwd|Tiny Core Passwords]].+2. Settings can also be saved in /opt. For an example of this, see [[passwd|Tinycore Passwords]].
  
 3. Another option is to use backup. If you want to use backup, don't include the "norestore" boot option. Then edit /opt/.filetool.lst. If you are using persistent home and opt, delete all references to the home and opt directories. In the version I am using, that is everything. Add a list of files and directories you want backed up to /opt/.filetool.lst. 3. Another option is to use backup. If you want to use backup, don't include the "norestore" boot option. Then edit /opt/.filetool.lst. If you are using persistent home and opt, delete all references to the home and opt directories. In the version I am using, that is everything. Add a list of files and directories you want backed up to /opt/.filetool.lst.
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 For more information, see  For more information, see 
  
-  * [[install_hd_net|Install Tiny Core on a Hard Drive with Internet]] +  * [[install_hd|Install Tinycore on a Hard Drive]]
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-  * [[install_hd_offline|Install Tiny Core on a Hard Drive without Internet]]+
  
   * [[Backup]]   * [[Backup]]
  
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