As you would expect from something with a standard BIOS I had no problems running Tiny Core 10.1 from a pen drive although at one point my usual Labtec/Novatek keyboard started misbehaving. I unplugged it and plugged in a Lenovo keyboard I had to hand and continued without any more issues. Maybe this is another Wyse thin client that is a bit picky about the USB keyboard?
With Tiny Core and the 3030 LT, as the flash is interfaced by an MMC controller, it appears to the system as /dev/mmcblk0 and the active partition as /dev/mmcblk0p1.
I successfully installed Tiny Core 10.1 onto the internal flash drive.
Any comments? email me. Added August 2019 Last update November 2019