[arch-releng] [Patch] Official_Arch_Linux_Install_Guide
reklov at live.com
Fri May 28 13:45:55 EDT 2010
I think stumbled across a typo, a missing word and a wrong path in the
official Install guide. Can someone check if that's correct?
Subject: [PATCH] Typos and little correction
Fix a typo, a missing word, and correct the path to the
installation guide on release media in the info, which
is actually /usr/share/aif/docs not /arch. (See the message
you get when you run the 2010.05 live media and log in.)
doc/official_installation_guide_en | 6 +++---
1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
diff --git a/doc/official_installation_guide_en b/doc/official_installation_guide_en
index 01688f6..946a42d 100644
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ Patches/comments are welcome on the arch
[releng mailing list](http://www.archlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/arch-releng)
or mail to dieter at archlinux.org
-This guide is available in the /arch directory of release media and on
+This guide is available in the /usr/share/aif/docs directory of release media and on
[The arch wiki](http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Official_Arch_Linux_Install_Guide)
@@ -619,7 +619,7 @@ ever want to use. The majority of your everyday modules will be loaded later
on by udev, during the init process.
By default, mkinitcpio.conf is configured to autodetect all needed modules for
-IDE, SCSI, or SATA systems through so-called HOOKS. The installed should
+IDE, SCSI, or SATA systems through so-called HOOKS. The installer should
also have inserted hooks like crypt, lvm, keymap and usbinput if relevant.
This means the default initrd should work for almost everybody.
You can edit mkinitcpio.conf and remove the subsystem HOOKS
@@ -834,7 +834,7 @@ You'll notice that in the early userspace (the part that comes after the
bootloader) the hooks (as defined in mkinitcpio.conf) needed to get your root
filesystem are run.
If you have lvm, it will run the lvm hook. If you use encryption, it will
-the keymap and encrypt hooks so you can enter your password to decrypt the
+run the keymap and encrypt hooks so you can enter your password to decrypt the
Once the system is booted, login as root. By default the password is empty
Also the wiki page would look much better without the <code> tags that
markdown put there. ;)
Altogether the new interactive installer is great, especially the
support for encryption and LVM, thanks!
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