Tinycore3.5 comes with improved system boot time and user interface | A 10Mo LinuxOS

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Tinycore3.5 is released, this new release comes with many updates and some improvements, so boot times has been improved  with optimization oftinycore-logo-150x150 startup code. Administration improved with deletes of uninstalled ondemand without reboot. Many user interface improvements and additional supported options in: appsaduit, wbar, services, tce-audit, and fluff, the integrated file manager. Key system programs updated to latest release: busybox and zsync.

 

What`s new in TinyCore 3.5?

Updated busybox 1.18.3 plus patches.
- Updated zsync to 0.6.2.
- Updated fluff file manager to 0.8.9
- New autoscan-devices compiled to improve boot speed.
- Updated tc-functions for call to autoscan-devices.
- New rotdash compiled to improve boot speed.
- Updated tce-audit builddb to not force fetch of all .dep files when no tce.db exists.
- Updated appsaudit to support removing ondemand uninstalled extensions without rebooting.
- Clean up of tce-audit ‘delete’ spurious messages.
- New tce-remove support for tce-audit/appsaudit.
- Update wbar_rm_icon to support tce-remove.
- Updated appsaudit, added highlight on FAILED md5 checking.
- Updated wbarconf added many more bar position options.
- Updated services to support nested daemon starting.
- Updated appbrowser Mirror Selection to support mirror.tcz extension.
- Updated tc-config crond call and removed duplicate crond script.
- Scripts adjusted to remove extra spaces to reduce size.
- fsck replaced with busybox fsck
- Moved thinkpad_acpi.ko from base to extension.
- Corrected typo in .desktop item for fluff file manager.
- Corrected permission on protect option bfe file.

- New logo tag line. Fast. Easy. Modular. Extendable.

About TinyOS:

 

Tiny Core Linux is a very small (10 MB) minimal Linux GUI Desktop. It is based on Linux 2.6 kernel, Busybox, Tiny X, and Fltk. The core runs entirely in ram and boots very quickly. Also offered is Micro Core a 6 MB image that is the console based engine of Tiny Core. CLI versions of Tiny Core’s program allows the same functionality of Tiny Core’s extensions only starting with a console based system.
It is not a complete desktop nor is all hardware completely supported. It represents only the core needed to boot into a very minimal X desktop typically with wired internet access.
The user has complete control over which applications and/or additional hardware to have supported, be it for a desktop, a netbook, an appliance, or server, selectable by the user by installing additional applications from online repositories, or easily compiling most anything you desire using tools provided.”

 

Download TinyCore3.5:

You can download TinyCore3.5 from this link (10,5 Mo)

Screenshots Tour: 

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