Changeset a04b192f


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Timestamp:
09/07/2021 08:46:24 PM (9 months ago)
Author:
Pierre Labastie <pierre.labastie@…>
Branches:
11.1, 11.1-rc1, arm, multilib, trunk, xry111/clfs-ng, xry111/lfs-next
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2f72b72
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Message:

Remove spaces at end o lines - chapter02

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chapter02
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  • chapter02/aboutlfs.xml

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    5353  <filename>/root/.bash_profile</filename> file is incorporated as a part of
    5454  the login process.</para>
    55  
     55
    5656  <para>Another consideration is the method that is used to log into the
    5757  host system.  If logging in through a graphical display manager, the
     
    5959  a virtual terminal is started.  In this case, add the export command to
    6060  the <filename>.bashrc</filename> file for the user and
    61   <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>.  In addition, 
    62   some distributions have instructions to not run the <filename>.bashrc</filename> 
     61  <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>.  In addition,
     62  some distributions have instructions to not run the <filename>.bashrc</filename>
    6363  instructions in a non-interactive bash invocation.  Be sure to add the
    6464  export command before the test for non-interactive use.</para>
    65  
     65
    6666  </note>
    6767
  • chapter02/creatingfilesystem.xml

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    1212
    1313  <para>Now that a blank partition has been set up, the file system can be
    14   created.  LFS can use any file system recognized by the Linux kernel, but the 
    15   most common types are ext3 and ext4.  The choice of file system can be 
    16   complex and depends on the characteristics of the files and the size of 
     14  created.  LFS can use any file system recognized by the Linux kernel, but the
     15  most common types are ext3 and ext4.  The choice of file system can be
     16  complex and depends on the characteristics of the files and the size of
    1717  the partition.  For example:</para>
    1818
     
    2727      <term>ext3</term>
    2828      <listitem><para>is an upgrade to ext2 that includes a journal
    29       to help recover the partition's status in the case of an unclean 
     29      to help recover the partition's status in the case of an unclean
    3030      shutdown.  It is commonly used as a general purpose file system.
    3131      </para>
  • chapter02/creatingpartition.xml

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    3838  or <command>fdisk</command> with a command line option naming the hard
    3939  disk on which the new partition will be created&mdash;for example
    40   <filename class="devicefile">/dev/sda</filename> for the primary 
     40  <filename class="devicefile">/dev/sda</filename> for the primary
    4141  disk drive. Create a Linux native partition and a
    4242  <systemitem class="filesystem">swap</systemitem> partition, if needed. Please
     
    8989
    9090    <para>If you want to use the hibernation feature (suspend-to-disk) of Linux,
    91     it writes out the contents of RAM to the swap partition before turning off 
     91    it writes out the contents of RAM to the swap partition before turning off
    9292    the machine. In this case the size of the swap partition should be at
    9393    least as large as the system's installed RAM.</para>
     
    115115    using <command>gdisk</command>.</para>
    116116
    117     <note><para>The Grub Bios partition must be on the drive that the BIOS 
    118     uses to boot the system.  This is not necessarily the same drive where the 
     117    <note><para>The Grub Bios partition must be on the drive that the BIOS
     118    uses to boot the system.  This is not necessarily the same drive where the
    119119    LFS root partition is located. Disks on a system may use different
    120120    partition table types.  The requirement for this partition depends
  • chapter02/hostreqs.xml

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    151151
    152152  <!-- Use an empty sect2 element to prevent a pdf warning.  -->
    153   <bridgehead renderas="sect2" 
    154               id="version-check" 
     153  <bridgehead renderas="sect2"
     154              id="version-check"
    155155              xreflabel="Host System Requirements">
    156156  </bridgehead>
     
    178178  echo yacc is `/usr/bin/yacc --version | head -n1`
    179179else
    180   echo "yacc not found" 
     180  echo "yacc not found"
    181181fi
    182182
     
    191191elif [ -x /usr/bin/awk ]; then
    192192  echo awk is `/usr/bin/awk --version | head -n1`
    193 else 
    194   echo "awk not found" 
     193else
     194  echo "awk not found"
    195195fi
    196196
  • chapter02/introduction.xml

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    1212
    1313  <para>In this chapter, the host tools needed for building LFS
    14   are checked and, if necessary, installed.  Then a partition which will 
    15   host the LFS system is prepared. We will create the partition 
     14  are checked and, if necessary, installed.  Then a partition which will
     15  host the LFS system is prepared. We will create the partition
    1616  itself, create a file system on it, and mount it.</para>
    1717
  • chapter02/mounting.xml

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    4848  <warning><para>The above instructions assume that you will not be restarting
    4949  your computer throughout the LFS process.  If you shut down your system,
    50   you will either need to remount the LFS partition each time you restart 
    51   the build process or modify your host system's /etc/fstab file to automatically 
     50  you will either need to remount the LFS partition each time you restart
     51  the build process or modify your host system's /etc/fstab file to automatically
    5252  remount it upon boot.  For example:
    5353
  • chapter02/stages.xml

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    2323    <para>These chapters are accomplished on the host system.  When
    2424    restarting, be careful of the following:</para>
    25  
     25
    2626    <itemizedlist>
    2727      <listitem>
     
    3333    </itemizedlist>
    3434  </sect2>
    35   
     35 
    3636  <sect2>
    3737  <title>Chapter&nbsp;5&ndash;6</title>
     
    8686         before or after entering chroot by changing to a host virtual terminal
    8787         and, as <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>, running the
    88          commands in 
    89          <xref linkend='ch-tools-bindmount'/> and 
     88         commands in
     89         <xref linkend='ch-tools-bindmount'/> and
    9090         <xref linkend='ch-tools-kernfsmount'/>.</para>
    9191      </listitem>
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