Changeset 666f6de


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Timestamp:
10/03/2003 02:12:31 AM (19 years ago)
Author:
Larry Lawrence <larry@…>
Branches:
10.0, 10.1, 11.0, 11.1, 6.0, 6.1, 6.2, 6.2.0, 6.2.0-rc1, 6.2.0-rc2, 6.3, 6.3-rc1, 6.3-rc2, 6.3-rc3, 7.10, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.6-blfs, 7.6-systemd, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 9.0, 9.1, basic, bdubbs/svn, elogind, gnome, kde5-13430, kde5-14269, kde5-14686, krejzi/svn, lazarus, nosym, perl-modules, qt5new, systemd-11177, systemd-13485, trunk, upgradedb, v5_0, v5_0-pre1, v5_1, v5_1-pre1, xry111/intltool, xry111/test-20220226
Children:
9491ec6
Parents:
0482b01
Message:

filesystem->file system, bootdisk->boot disk, other spelling

git-svn-id: svn://svn.linuxfromscratch.org/BLFS/trunk/BOOK@1275 af4574ff-66df-0310-9fd7-8a98e5e911e0

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  • appendices/symlinks/rc0.xml

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    172172<entry>mountfs</entry>
    173173<entry><filename>../init.d/mountfs</filename></entry>
    174 <entry>Unmount all filesystems: Part of <acronym>LFS</acronym> base.</entry>
     174<entry>Unmount all file systems: Part of <acronym>LFS</acronym> base.</entry>
    175175</row>
    176176
  • appendices/symlinks/rc6.xml

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    165165<entry>mountfs</entry>
    166166<entry><filename>../init.d/mountfs</filename></entry>
    167 <entry>Unmount all filesystems: Part of <acronym>LFS</acronym> base.</entry>
     167<entry>Unmount all file systems: Part of <acronym>LFS</acronym> base.</entry>
    168168</row>
    169169
  • general/genlib/pcre/pcre-desc.xml

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    1111<sect3><title>pcregrep</title>
    1212<para><command>pcregrep</command> is a grep that understands
    13 <application>perl</application> compatible regular
     13<application>Perl</application> compatible regular
    1414expressions.</para></sect3>
    1515
    1616<sect3><title>pcretest</title>
    1717<para><command>pcretest</command> can test your
    18 <application>perl</application> compatible regular expression.</para></sect3>
     18<application>Perl</application> compatible regular expression.</para></sect3>
    1919
    2020<sect3><title>pcre-config</title>
  • general/genlib/pcre/pcre-intro.xml

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    33
    44<para>The <application>pcre</application> package contains
    5 <application>perl</application> compatible regular expression
     5<application>Perl</application> compatible regular expression
    66libraries. These are useful for implementing regular expression pattern
    77matching using the same syntax and semantics as <application>Perl
  • general/prog/perl/perl-modules-intro.xml

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    11<sect2>
    2 <title>Introduction to <application>perl</application> modules</title>
     2<title>Introduction to <application>Perl</application> modules</title>
    33
    4 <para>The <application>perl</application> module packages add useful objects
     4<para>The <application>Perl</application> module packages add useful objects
    55to the <application>Perl</application> language.  Modules utilized by packages
    66throughout <acronym>BLFS</acronym> are listed here along with their
  • introduction/important/position.xml

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    4848<listitem><para>Or you might regularly rebuild your <acronym>LFS</acronym>, but
    4949want a place to put files that you don't want to rebuild each time.  This way
    50 you can wipe the <acronym>LFS</acronym> filesystem and start from a clean
     50you can wipe the <acronym>LFS</acronym> file system and start from a clean
    5151partition every time without losing everything.</para></listitem>
    5252
  • multimedia/cdwriteutils/cdrtools/cdrtools-desc.xml

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    2222<sect3><title>mkisofs</title>
    2323<para><command>mkisofs</command> and <command>mkhybrid</command>
    24 generate an <acronym>ISO</acronym>9660/JOLIET/<acronym>HFS</acronym> hybrid filesystem.</para></sect3>
     24generate an <acronym>ISO</acronym>9660/JOLIET/<acronym>HFS</acronym> hybrid file system.</para></sect3>
    2525
    2626<sect3><title>readcd</title>
  • multimedia/cdwriteutils/udftools/udftools-intro.xml

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    88both <acronym>CD</acronym>-<acronym>RW</acronym> media and
    99on <acronym>DVD</acronym>.  For more details of the
    10 <acronym>UDF</acronym> filesystem standard see:
     10<acronym>UDF</acronym> file system standard see:
    1111<ulink url="http://www.osta.org"/> and <ulink
    1212url="http://www.ecma-international.org"/>.</para>
  • postlfs/config/bootdisk.xml

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    11<sect1 id="postlfs-config-bootdisk">
    22<?dbhtml filename="bootdisk.html" dir="postlfs"?>
    3 <title>Creating a Custom Bootdisk</title>
     3<title>Creating a Custom Boot Disk</title>
    44
    55<sect2>
    6 <title>Decent Rescue Bootdisk Needs</title>
     6<title>Decent Rescue Boot Disk Needs</title>
    77<para>This section is really about creating a <emphasis>rescue</emphasis>
    88diskette.  As the name <emphasis>rescue</emphasis> implies, the host
     
    1616dependency on the host system's resources, other than basic bootability
    1717and hardware soundness.  At a minimum, the most common sorts of failures
    18 requiring a rescue bootdisk should be addressed by the contents of the
    19 bootdisk.  This would include the common loss of partitioning (master
     18requiring a rescue boot disk should be addressed by the contents of the
     19boot disk.  This would include the common loss of partitioning (master
    2020boot record is lost or corrupted), file system corruption, and the need
    2121to allow creation and editing of files that may have been lost or
     
    3030<title>This Minimal Decent Rescue Disk</title>
    3131
    32 <para>The intent here is to create a "rescue bootdisk" that will support
     32<para>The intent here is to create a "rescue boot disk" that will support
    3333the common operations listed above.  These functions are provided by
    3434including selected executables from <application><ulink
     
    4848
    4949<sect2>
    50 <title>Build the Rescue Bootdisk</title>
     50<title>Build the Rescue Boot Disk</title>
    5151<sect3>
    5252<title>Prerequisites</title>
     
    239239
    240240<para><emphasis>You must modify this to suit your kernel configuration and
    241 other needs.</emphasis>  For example, you may need scsi devices and may not need
     241other needs.</emphasis>  For example, you may need
     242<acronym>SCSI</acronym> devices and may not need
    242243frame buffer devices or the pseudo-terminal directory.  Also, the number
    243244of hard drives and partitions that you include should be the minimal
     
    268269diskette.  Every little bit helps.  The strategy taken here is to create
    269270these two files as part of the rescue boot and initialization process.
    270 The commands that make the two files will be imbedded inside the
     271The commands that make the two files will be embedded inside the
    271272<filename>rcS</filename> script that <filename>linuxrc</filename>
    272273(really <application><ulink
     
    640641
    641642<para>That's all there is to it. The possibilities from here are limited only
    642 by your imagination and tenacity in pursueing enhancements. And your
     643by your imagination and tenacity in pursuing enhancements. And your
    643644willingness to research available documentation. A good starting point
    644645is the "Documentation" directory in your kernel source tree. More help
  • postlfs/config/compressdoc.xml

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    2323# to accept compression/decompression, to correctly handle hard-links,
    2424# to allow for changing hard-links into soft- ones, to specify the
    25 # compression level, to parse the man.conf for all occurences of MANPATH,
     25# compression level, to parse the man.conf for all occurrences of MANPATH,
    2626# to allow for a backup, to allow to keep the newest version of a page.
    2727#
     
    3232#          tool : gzip or bzip2;
    3333#        - when a MANPATH env var exists, use this instead of /etc/man.conf
    34 #          (usefull for users to (de)compress their man pages;
     34#          (useful for users to (de)compress their man pages;
    3535#        - offer an option to restore a previous backup;
    3636#        - add other compression engines (compress, zip, etc?). Needed?
     
    8282                directories.
    8383                When empty, and only then, parse ${MAN_CONF}/man.conf for all
    84                 occurences of MANPATH.
     84                occurrences of MANPATH.
    8585
    8686Note about compression
     
    9191  big being very dependent on the content of the files.
    9292
    93   See the original thread begining at :
     93  See the original thread beginning at :
    9494http://archive.linuxfromscratch.org/mail-archives/blfs-support/2003/04/0424.html
    9595
     
    291291fi
    292292
    293 # In backup mode, do the backup sollely
     293# In backup mode, do the backup solely
    294294if [ "$BACKUP" = "yes" ]; then
    295295  for DIR in $MAN_DIR; do
     
    358358
    359359        # Now take care of the file that has no hard-link
    360         # We do decompress first to recompress with the selected
     360        # We do decompress first to re-compress with the selected
    361361        # compression ratio later on...
    362362        case $FILE in
  • postlfs/config/skel.xml

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    9090send output there instead and then just copy the file from
    9191<filename class="directory">/etc/skel</filename> to the appropriate directories, like
    92 <filename class="directory">/etc</filename>, <filename class="directory">~</filename> or the home directoriy
     92<filename class="directory">/etc</filename>, <filename class="directory">~</filename> or the home directory
    9393of any other user already in the system.</para>
    9494
  • postlfs/filesystems/ext3.xml

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    33<title>Ext3</title>
    44
    5 <para>Ext3 is a journaling filesystem that is an extension to the ext2
    6 filesystem. It is backward compatible with ext2 and the conversion from ext2
     5<para>Ext3 is a journaling file system that is an extension to the ext2
     6file system. It is backward compatible with ext2 and the conversion from ext2
    77to ext3 is trivial.</para>
    88
  • postlfs/filesystems/filesystems.xml

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    33<title>Filesystems</title>
    44
    5 <para>Journaling filesystems reduce the time needed to recover a
    6 filesystem that was not unmounted properly.  While this can be extremely
     5<para>Journaling file systems reduce the time needed to recover a
     6file system that was not unmounted properly.  While this can be extremely
    77important in reducing downtime for servers, it has also become popular for
    88desktop environments.  This chapter contains a variety of journaling
    9 filesystems.</para>
     9file systems.</para>
    1010
    1111&postlfs-filesystems-ext3;
  • postlfs/filesystems/reiser/reiser-desc.xml

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    1313<sect3><title>debugreiserfs</title>
    1414<para><command>debugreiserfs</command> can sometimes help to solve problems
    15 with <application>ReiserFS</application> filesystems.  If it is called without
     15with <application>ReiserFS</application> file systems.  If it is called without
    1616options it prints the super
    17 block of any reiserfs filesystem found on the device.</para></sect3>
     17block of any reiserfs file system found on the device.</para></sect3>
    1818
    1919<sect3><title>mkreiserfs</title>
     
    4040<para>The <command>unpack</command> utility can be used to dump
    4141<application>ReiserFS</application>
    42 filesystem information to files for debugging, much like
     42file system information to files for debugging, much like
    4343<command>debugreiserfs</command>.
    4444</para></sect3>
  • postlfs/filesystems/reiser/reiser-intro.xml

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    33
    44<para>The <application>ReiserFS</application> package contains various
    5 utilities for use with the Reiser filesystem.</para>
     5utilities for use with the Reiser file system.</para>
    66
    77<sect3><title>Package information</title>
  • postlfs/filesystems/xfs/xfs-desc.xml

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    1515
    1616<sect3><title>xfsgrowfs</title>
    17 <para><command>xfsgrowfs</command> expands an <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystem.
     17<para><command>xfsgrowfs</command> expands an <acronym>XFS</acronym> file system.
    1818</para></sect3>
    1919
    2020<sect3><title>xfs_admin</title>
    2121<para><command>xfs_admin</command> changes the parameters of an <acronym>XFS
    22 </acronym> filesystem.</para></sect3>
     22</acronym> file system.</para></sect3>
    2323
    2424
    2525<sect3><title>xfs_freeze</title>
    26 <para><command>xfs_freeze</command> suspends access to an <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystem.</para></sect3>
     26<para><command>xfs_freeze</command> suspends access to an <acronym>XFS</acronym> file system.</para></sect3>
    2727
    2828
     
    3333
    3434<sect3><title>xfs_check</title>
    35 <para><command>xfs_check</command> checks <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystem
     35<para><command>xfs_check</command> checks <acronym>XFS</acronym> file system
    3636consistency.</para>
    3737</sect3>
     
    4343<sect3><title>xfs_rtcp</title>
    4444<para><command>xfs_rtcp</command> copies a file to the real-time
    45 partition on an <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystem.</para></sect3>
     45partition on an <acronym>XFS</acronym> file system.</para></sect3>
    4646
    4747
    4848<sect3><title>xfs_repair</title>
    4949<para><command>xfs_repair</command> repairs corrupt or damaged <acronym>XFS
    50 </acronym>filesystems.</para></sect3>
     50</acronym>file systems.</para></sect3>
    5151
    5252
    5353<sect3><title>xfs_db</title>
    5454<para><command>xfs_db</command> is used to debug an <acronym>XFS</acronym>
    55 filesystem.</para></sect3>
     55file system.</para></sect3>
    5656
    5757<sect3><title>xfs_logprint</title>
    5858<para><command>xfs_logprint</command> prints the log of an <acronym>XFS
    59 </acronym> filesystem.</para></sect3>
     59</acronym> file system.</para></sect3>
    6060
    6161<sect3><title>xfs_ncheck</title>
    6262<para><command>xfs_ncheck</command> generates pathnames from inode numbers for
    63 an <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystem.</para></sect3>
     63an <acronym>XFS</acronym> file system.</para></sect3>
    6464
    6565<sect3><title>mkfs.xfs</title>
    6666<para><command>mkfs.xfs</command> constructs an <acronym>XFS</acronym>
    67 filesystem.</para></sect3>
     67file system.</para></sect3>
    6868
    6969<sect3><title>fsck.xfs</title>
  • postlfs/filesystems/xfs/xfs-intro.xml

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    44<para>The <application>XFS</application> package contains administration
    5 and debugging tools for the <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystem.</para>
     5and debugging tools for the <acronym>XFS</acronym> file system.</para>
    66
    77<sect3><title>Package information</title>
  • postlfs/filesystems/xfs/xfs-patch.xml

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    33
    44<para>The <acronym>XFS</acronym> kernel patch must be applied to use
    5 <acronym>XFS</acronym> filesystems.</para>
     5<acronym>XFS</acronym> file systems.</para>
    66
    77<sect3><title>Package information</title>
  • postlfs/security/firewalling/kernel.xml

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    1818
    1919<screen>Network options menu
    20   Network paket filtering:                          Y
     20  Network packet filtering:                         Y
    2121  Unix domain sockets:                         Y or M
    2222  TCP/IP networking:                                Y
  • postlfs/security/shadow.xml

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    1919<screen><userinput>MD5_CRYPT_ENAB yes</userinput></screen>
    2020Passwords created after this change will be encrypted using
    21 <acronym>MD</acronym>5 (Message-Digest Algroithm) instead of using
     21<acronym>MD</acronym>5 (Message-Digest Algorithm) instead of using
    2222<acronym>DES</acronym> encryption.
    2323</para>
  • postlfs/security/tripwire/tripwire-config.xml

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    2929/usr/share/doc/tripwire/policyguide.txt</filename>. <filename>twpol.txt
    3030</filename> is a good policy file for beginners as it will note any changes to
    31 the filesystem and can even be used as an annoying way of keeping track of
     31the file system and can even be used as an annoying way of keeping track of
    3232changes for uninstallation of software.</para>
    3333
  • preface/organization.xml

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    1212Software</title>
    1313<para>Here we introduce basic configuration and security issues.  We also
    14 discuss a range of editors, filesystems and shells which aren't covered in
     14discuss a range of editors, file systems and shells which aren't covered in
    1515the main <acronym>LFS</acronym> book.</para></sect2>
    1616
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