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commit 39a1c6289842ae403b1f4b99086bf999dea1a158
parent 8507c6adf8a3af268b8a7493339be253abb35c71
Author: Francis Rowe <info@gluglug.org.uk>
Date:   Tue,  9 Jun 2015 04:09:06 +0100

docs/gnulinux/grub_config.html: fix HTML formatting error

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docs/gnulinux/grub_config.html | 29+++++++++++++----------------
1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/gnulinux/grub_config.html b/docs/gnulinux/grub_config.html @@ -23,14 +23,15 @@ <div class="section"> <h1>Table of Contents</h1> - - <li> - <a href="#example_modifications">Example modifications for <i>grubtest.cfg</i></a> - <ul> - <li><a href="#example_modifications_trisquel">Trisquel GNU/Linux-libre</a></li> - <li><a href="#example_modifications_parabola">Parabola GNU/Linux-libre</a></li> - </ul> - </li> + <ul> + <li> + <a href="#example_modifications">Example modifications for <i>grubtest.cfg</i></a> + <ul> + <li><a href="#example_modifications_trisquel">Trisquel GNU/Linux-libre</a></li> + <li><a href="#example_modifications_parabola">Parabola GNU/Linux-libre</a></li> + </ul> + </li> + </ul> </div> @@ -100,19 +101,15 @@ <p> Alternatively, if your /boot is on a separate partition then you cannot rely on the /vmlinuz and /initrd.img symlinks. Instead, go into /boot and create your own symlinks (update them manually when you install a new kernel update).<br/> - $ <b>sudo -s</b><br/> + $ <b>sudo -s</b> (or <b>su -</b>)<br/> # <b>cd /boot/</b><br/> - # <b>rm -Rf vmlinuz initrd.img</b><br/> - # <b>ln -s <u>kernel</u> ksym</b><br/> - # <b>ln -s <u>initrd</u> isym</b><br/> + # <b>rm -f vmlinuz initrd.img</b><br/> + # <b>ln -s <u>yourkernel</u> ksym</b><br/> + # <b>ln -s <u>yourinitrd</u> isym</b><br/> # <b>exit</b> </p> <p> - Replace the underlined <b>kernel</b> and <b>initrd</b> filenames above with the actual filenames, of course. - </p> - - <p> Then your grubtest.cfg menu entry (for payload) becomes like that, for example if / was on sda2 and /boot was on sda1:<br/> <b>set root='ahci0,msdos1'</b><br/> <b>linux /ksym root=/dev/sda2</b><br/>