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  1. Hi all, A while ago I've started experimenting with a solution that would not require docker and/or a system running linux, but just a simple image that you can boot on your physical/virtual system and create the loader from there. I started with the plain disk image of 200MB size and tried to fit all in this image. As always first partition of the image is the synoboot1, second synoboot2 and third one (synoboot3) is tinycore. Tinycore is a simple linux distribution that can boot to a GUI so you can start creating the loader. Most network modules are included so you can verify also the extensions required on your system. A script will take care most of the actions that you would manually perform and just copy the loader contents to the 1st and 2nd partition. The loader is created from a pre-compiled redpill extension (should work) or you can compile it yourself (still testing). You can bring over and use the rp-helper configuration files so you dont have to do that again. To connect using ssh you will need first to reset the tc user password by typing # passwd tc The image can be found here: https://github.com/pocopico/tinycore-redpill Before starting the loader creation just run # ./rploader.sh update now and answer y I would appreciate any findings to improve the image.
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