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-  * Download TinyCore Linux ISO:<code>curl -O https://mirrors.dotsrc.org/tinycorelinux/8.x/x86/release/TinyCore-8.2.1.iso</code.+  * Download the TinyCore Linux ISO:<code>curl -O https://mirrors.dotsrc.org/tinycorelinux/8.x/x86/release/TinyCore-8.2.1.iso</code.
   * Create mount points<code>sudo mkdir -p /mnt/{image,iso}</code>   * Create mount points<code>sudo mkdir -p /mnt/{image,iso}</code>
   * Create disk image<code>qemu-img create -f raw tc.raw 64M</code>   * Create disk image<code>qemu-img create -f raw tc.raw 64M</code>
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 sudo mount /dev/mapper/loop0p1 /mnt/image sudo mount /dev/mapper/loop0p1 /mnt/image
 sudo mount -o loop TinyCore-8.2.1.iso /mnt/iso</code> sudo mount -o loop TinyCore-8.2.1.iso /mnt/iso</code>
-  * Create directories (grub2 on Fedora/RedHat)<code>sudo mkdir -p /mnt/image/{boot,tce,tce/optional}</code>+  * Create directories <code>sudo mkdir -p /mnt/image/{boot,tce,tce/optional}</code>
   * Copy TinyCore to disk image<code>   * Copy TinyCore to disk image<code>
 sudo cp /mnt/iso/boot/core.gz /mnt/image/boot/ sudo cp /mnt/iso/boot/core.gz /mnt/image/boot/
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