Changeset f35f6d9


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Timestamp:
May 28, 2014, 1:53:41 AM (9 years ago)
Author:
Chris Staub <chris@…>
Branches:
clfs-3.0.0-systemd, master, systemd
Children:
a4e81f7
Parents:
f38842d
Message:

Rewrote aboutclfs and mounting pages to account for aboutclfs being moved

Location:
BOOK/partitioning/common
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2 edited

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  • BOOK/partitioning/common/aboutclfs.xml

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    1414  be used several times. It is paramount that this variable is always defined.
    1515  It should be set to the mount point chosen for the CLFS partition.
    16   Check that the <envar>CLFS</envar> variable is set up properly with:</para>
     16  For the purposes of this book, it is assumed that the file system
     17  will be mounted under <filename class="directory">/mnt/clfs</filename>,
     18  but the directory choice is up to you. Decide on a directory location and set
     19  the variable with the following command:</para>
    1720
    18 <screen><userinput>echo ${CLFS}</userinput></screen>
    19 
    20   <para>Make sure the output shows the path to the CLFS partition's mount
    21   point, which is <filename class="directory">/mnt/clfs</filename> if the
    22   provided example was followed. If the output is incorrect, the
    23   variable can be set with:</para>
    24 
    25 <screen><userinput>export CLFS=/mnt/clfs</userinput></screen>
     21<screen><userinput>export CLFS=<replaceable>[/mnt/clfs]</replaceable></userinput></screen>
    2622
    2723  <para>Having this variable set is beneficial in that commands such as
     
    3127  processes the command line.</para>
    3228
    33   <para>If you haven't created the <filename class="directory">${CLFS}</filename>
    34   directory, do so at this time by issuing the following commands:</para>
    35 
    36 <screen><userinput>install -dv ${CLFS}</userinput></screen>
    37 
    3829  <para>Do not forget to check that <envar>${CLFS}</envar> is set whenever
    3930  you leave and reenter the current working environment (as when doing a
    4031  <quote>su</quote> to <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> or
    41   another user).</para>
     32  another user). Check that the <envar>CLFS</envar> variable is set up
     33  properly with:</para>
     34
     35<screen><userinput>echo ${CLFS}</userinput></screen>
     36
     37  <para>Make sure the output shows the path to the CLFS partition's mount
     38  point, which is <filename class="directory">/mnt/clfs</filename> if the
     39  provided example was followed. If the output is incorrect, use the command
     40  given earlier on this page to set <envar>${CLFS}</envar> to the correct
     41  directory name.</para>
    4242
    4343</sect1>
  • BOOK/partitioning/common/mounting.xml

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    1313  <para>Now that a file system has been created, the partition needs to
    1414  be made accessible. In order to do this, the partition needs to be
    15   mounted at a chosen mount point. For the purposes of this book, it is
    16   assumed that the file system is mounted under <filename
    17   class="directory">/mnt/clfs</filename>, but the directory choice is up
    18   to you.</para>
     15  mounted at a chosen mount point.</para>
    1916
    20   <para>Choose a mount point and assign it to the <envar>CLFS</envar>
    21   environment variable by running:</para>
     17  <para>If you haven't already, choose a mount point and assign it to the
     18  <envar>CLFS</envar> environment variable by running:</para>
    2219
    23 <screen><userinput>export CLFS=/mnt/clfs</userinput></screen>
     20<screen><userinput>export CLFS=<replaceable>[/mnt/clfs]</replaceable></userinput></screen>
    2421
    2522  <para>Next, create the mount point and mount the CLFS file system by
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