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wiki:persistent_home [2011/05/27 18:34]
Guy [When Installed on a USB Drive]
wiki:persistent_home [2011/06/16 10:04] (current)
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 ==== When Installed on a Hard Drive ==== ==== When Installed on a Hard Drive ====
  
-The best way to run Tiny Core when installed on a hard drive, is using persistent home and opt.+The best way to run Tinycore when installed on a hard drive, is using persistent home and opt.
  
 To have persistent home and opt, add To have persistent home and opt, add
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 To set up persistent opt, edit the bootloader configuration file, adding persistent opt. To set up persistent opt, edit the bootloader configuration file, adding persistent opt.
  
-If you have installed Tiny Core using the installer, you should already have tce=UUID="9aff3da3-474d-440d-bb6c-3240afe84ac6" (the number will be different). To set up persistent opt, copy the UUID number, like this+If you have installed Tinycore using the installer, you should already have tce=UUID="9aff3da3-474d-440d-bb6c-3240afe84ac6" (the number will be different). To set up persistent opt, copy the UUID number, like this
  
 <code>opt=UUID="9aff3da3-474d-440d-bb6c-3240afe84ac6" tce=UUID="9aff3da3-474d-440d-bb6c-3240afe84ac6"</code> <code>opt=UUID="9aff3da3-474d-440d-bb6c-3240afe84ac6" tce=UUID="9aff3da3-474d-440d-bb6c-3240afe84ac6"</code>
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 To set up persistent home, do the same for home. To set up persistent home, do the same for home.
  
-If you have not installed Tiny Core using the installer, to find out the UUID, use+If you have not installed Tinycore using the installer, to find out the UUID, use
  
 <code>blkid -s UUID /dev/sda1</code> <code>blkid -s UUID /dev/sda1</code>
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