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July 04, 2011, 08:59:58 AM
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Hello,

Yesterday i was finish 1.2 version

Tutorial:

What we need:
- Pendrive 1GB

Setup on Linux'ie
- lunch Linux LiveCD
- put our pendrive into usb port (Do not mount )
- lunch terminal
- change directory to directory where you download and unpack swl-1.2-final
- run in terminal
Code:
dd if=swl-1.2-final of=/dev/sdx
where x is a letter our pendrive
(you can check this by command "fdisk -l" run in terminal
- wait to finish burn image to pendrive

Setup on Windows
- Download dd for windows removable (Link)
- lunch cmd
- change directory to directory where is dd-removable.exe and swl-1.2-final
- type in cmd
Code:
dd --list
- on list find our pendrive
- burn image typying
Code:
dd-removable if=swl-1.2-final of=\\?\Device\HarddiskXX\Partition0

where XX is letter of our pendrive
- wait to finish burn image to pendrive ( It's take to 3 times longer than burn on linux

How to migrate wallet.dat to new OS
- Lunch TrueCrypt
- Select file TrueCrypt (/home/tc/bitcoinwallet.tc) and push mount
- Lunch Editor (pen icon)
- Select na File->Open File
- Select file "bitcoinwallet.pass" from directory "/home/tc"
- Copy password do TrueCrypt
- Lunch Mount Tool
- Lunch MC (Midnight Commander)
- In Midnight Commander on left select disk or partition where is locate wallet.dat and addr.dat
in right side go to /mnt/truecrypt1
- Copy wallet.dat and addr.dat to /mnt/truecrypt1
- Press F10 to close Midnight commander
- push btcwbar to run bitcoin
- It's all we have secure wallet

After end work with bitcoin
- Close bitcoin (File->Exit or CTRL+Q )
- In TrueCrypt press DissMount All
- Close Truecrypt
- Press Exit ( first icon on wbar) and press OK
- Wait for OS shutdown

ScreenShots:


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Download:

Link

Changelog:

v1.2:
- remove error "Segmentation Fault"
- update BitCoin client to version 0.3.24
- reducing the size of
- change file encryption to AES-Twofish-Serpent - SHA-512

v1.1:
- added icon on bar to lunch bitcoin
- added wallpaper
- added drivers to wi-fi cards

v1.0
- First public version

Donate if you like:

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Download

http://1nyw7rtnwyqhfaykpksashing2ucqg6cro.pl/swl/swl_bo_tcl.zip
http://1nyw7rtnwyqhfaykpksashing2ucqg6cro.pl/swl/swl_bo_tcl.z01

It is a zip package.
When you unpack you will se a file named :swl_bo_tcl

Tutorial

What we need:
- Pendrive min. 4GB
- linux liveCD
- something where we download "image"

Instalation
- lunch Linux LiveCD
- Put pendrive in usb do not mount them
- lunch terminal
- change directory to directowy where you download and unpack swl_bo_tcl
- run in terminal

Code:
dd if=swl_bo_tcl of=/dev/sdx

where x is a letter our pendrive
(you can check this by command "fdisk -l" run in terminal

- wait to finish burn image to pendrive

How to migrate wallet.dat to new OS
Do not lunch Bitcoin Now

- Lunch TrueCrypt (last icon)
- Select file TrueCrypt (/home/tc/btcswtc.tc) i and push mount
- Lunch Editor (pen icon)
- Select na File->Open File
- Select file name "sds" from directory "/home/tc"
- Copy password do TrueCrypt
- Lunch Mount Tool
- Select disk or partition were locate files : wallet.dat and addr.dat
- Lunch MC (Midnight Commander)
- In Midnight Commander on left select disk or partition where is locate wallet.dat and addr.dat
in right side go to /mnt/truecrypt1
- Copy wallet.dat and addr.dat to /mnt/truecrypt1
- Press F10 to close Midnight commander
- Press Run on wbar
- In run windows type
Code:
btc/bitcoin

It's all we have secure wallet

After end work with bitcoin
- Close bitcoin (File->Exit)
- In TrueCrypt press DissMount All
- Close Truecrypt
- Press Exit ( first icon on wbar)
- Select Shutdown , In backup option must be selected backup and good path to tce directory
- Wait for OS shutdown


If you want you can change password to Truecrypt file
To do:
- BitCoin icon on wbar
- Bitcoin-Qt

If you like this donate :
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It is based on TinyCore Linux 3.7

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July 04, 2011, 11:19:11 PM
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this might be a good time for a reminder:

using downloaded software carries risk -- it could steal your wallet or spend your funds.
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July 05, 2011, 12:30:42 AM
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Thanks, but temporarily at least Truecrypt will work.  It's not as convenient, but it works.

I don't know if the program you are offering is actually safe, and so I won't try it, and I'd advise others to avoid trying it as well.

I can wait until version 0.4 when wallet encryption comes out.
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July 05, 2011, 07:12:54 AM
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This is an image of linux create using dd

When you burn this to pendrive you get full and safe linux on pendrive, you can keep this always with you.

If you dont trust you can make this your own.
Just download TnyCore Linux and put few apps .

But when you download this you have all in one place and its ready to work.

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July 05, 2011, 07:44:43 AM
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This is an image of linux create using dd

When you burn this to pendrive you get full and safe linux on pendrive, you can keep this always with you.

If you dont trust you can make this your own.
Just download TnyCore Linux and put few apps .

But when you download this you have all in one place and its ready to work.

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Ok, I see what you did now.  Yea, keeping a small bootable version of linux encrypted on a flash drive is a good idea.
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July 05, 2011, 08:18:41 AM
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This is an image of linux create using dd

When you burn this to pendrive you get full and safe linux on pendrive, you can keep this always with you.

If you dont trust you can make this your own.
Just download TnyCore Linux and put few apps .

But when you download this you have all in one place and its ready to work.

Best Regards
r50zyry5

Ok, I see what you did now.  Yea, keeping a small bootable version of linux encrypted on a flash drive is a good idea.

Thanks, you tested it ?
I really need tester's who give me advise what add to this linux.

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July 05, 2011, 11:18:35 AM
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Your URL looks like a bitcoin address, but blockexplorer says its not. 

The use of a bitcoin address for a domain name is a novel idea.  I wonder if that will become a fad?  I wonder if we'll end up with a .bc top level domain (tld).

Does your domain name have a meaning? 
Is it a big acronym? 
Or is it just supposed to look like a bitcoin address?


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July 05, 2011, 11:35:08 AM
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Your URL looks like a bitcoin address, but blockexplorer says its not. 

The use of a bitcoin address for a domain name is a novel idea.  I wonder if that will become a fad?  I wonder if we'll end up with a .bc top level domain (tld).

Does your domain name have a meaning? 
Is it a big acronym? 
Or is it just supposed to look like a bitcoin address?


In Block Explorer try : 1NYW7RTnwyqhFAyKpKsashinG2ucqg6Cro
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July 05, 2011, 12:07:59 PM
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Your URL looks like a bitcoin address, but blockexplorer says its not. 

In Block Explorer try : 1NYW7RTnwyqhFAyKpKsashinG2ucqg6Cro

Ah!  That raises another interesting twist. 
URLs are case insensitive, but not so with bitcoin addresses. 
That poses a problem for this scheme.
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July 05, 2011, 12:35:45 PM
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Try firstbits.com case insensitive and requires only 4-7 characters today. Hey OP, I think your image is a great idea, but I'd much rather see  how you put the tc image together. Then I'd be happy to test and comment.

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July 05, 2011, 12:43:23 PM
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It would be nice to have a description of what exactly comes bundled with the live CD and also maybe some screenshots.

You should post the source code / build scripts etc that you used to create the live CD and what original image you modified. This is so that people can verify that it is not modified to steal wallets.

I'm sure it isn't but you can never be too careful  Wink

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July 05, 2011, 01:05:36 PM
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Screenshots and added apps will be posted when I come to home.

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July 07, 2011, 05:11:35 PM
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In few day's I will relase version 1.1

Screenshots from version 1.1:


















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New version released.

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July 10, 2011, 12:50:11 PM
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Interesting work so far. I think tiny core linux has huge potential as a distro for bitcoin. I was wondering why the download was so big? When I was experimenting with tiny core I was figuring I could get bitcoin to run in under 50 MB total distro size...

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Interesting work so far. I think tiny core linux has huge potential as a distro for bitcoin. I was wondering why the download was so big? When I was experimenting with tiny core I was figuring I could get bitcoin to run in under 50 MB total distro size...

Is big becouse it's image of flashdrive Smiley

300mb block's
120mb block's index

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July 11, 2011, 11:56:26 PM
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Have you gotten a chance to publish a raw HOWTO from scratch?

(also, I'd be more keen to follow your tutorials if you did not use colors (particularly yellow)).

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July 28, 2011, 10:37:04 PM
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How-To abou how to create that from scratch will be published on 7 August Smiley

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July 28, 2011, 10:40:22 PM
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your images appear to be dead please reup them Smiley

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your images appear to be dead please reup them Smiley

Done Smiley

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