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commit f4e5c4bba4403d418044e8c3ed2dd3fbc6eb4c12
parent 24411dc9f293c5dbfdf6750fffd94dc83844f135
Author: Leah Rowe <info@minifree.org>
Date:   Mon,  3 Jul 2017 15:04:32 +0000

Merge branch 'cmdline-markup' of mreed/libreboot into master

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www/faq.md | 14+++++++-------
www/git.md | 10+++++-----
2 files changed, 12 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)

diff --git a/www/faq.md b/www/faq.md @@ -14,10 +14,10 @@ What version of libreboot do I have? Flashrom complains about DEVMEM access -------------------------------------- -If running flashrom -p internal for software based flashing, and +If running `flashrom -p internal` for software based flashing, and you get an error related to /dev/mem access, you should reboot with -iomem=relaxed kernel parameter before running flashrom, or use a kernel -that has CONFIG\_STRICT\_DEVMEM not enabled. +`iomem=relaxed` kernel parameter before running flashrom, or use a kernel +that has `CONFIG\_STRICT\_DEVMEM` not enabled. The backlight is darker on the left side of the screen when lowering the brightness on my X200/T400/T500/R400 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- @@ -37,11 +37,11 @@ both on the original BIOS and in libreboot. It's a quirk in the hardware. On debian systems, a workaround is to restart the networking service when you connect the ethernet cable: - sudo service network-manager restart + $ sudo service network-manager restart On Parabola, you can try: - sudo systemctl restart network-manager + $ sudo systemctl restart network-manager (the service name might be different for you, depending on your configuration) @@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ Libreboot-unstable (or git) now disables loading PCI option ROMs, but previous releases with SeaGRUB (20160818-20160907) do not. You can work around this by running the following command: - ./cbfstool yourrom.rom add-int -i 0 -n etc/pci-optionrom-exec + $ ./cbfstool yourrom.rom add-int -i 0 -n etc/pci-optionrom-exec You can find *cbfstool* in the \_util archive with the libreboot release that you are using. @@ -582,7 +582,7 @@ cases. Libreboot locks the CMOS table, to ensure consistent functionality for all users. You can use: - nvramtool -C yourrom.rom -w somesetting=somevalue + $ nvramtool -C yourrom.rom -w somesetting=somevalue This will change the default inside that ROM image, and then you can re-flash it. diff --git a/www/git.md b/www/git.md @@ -3,9 +3,9 @@ title: Information about sending patches for review x-toc-enable: true ... -Download Libreboot from the Git repository here: +Download Libreboot from the Git repository like so: -**git clone https://notabug.org/libreboot/libreboot.git** + $ git clone https://notabug.org/libreboot/libreboot.git You can submit your patches via [Notabug pull requests](#how-to-submit-your-patches-via-pull-requests) or @@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ Information about how the Libreboot project is governed is documented in our Editing the website and documentation, wiki-style ------------------------------------------------- -The website and documentation is inside the **www** directory in the +The website and documentation is inside the `www` directory in the [Git repository](#how-to-download-libreboot-from-the-git-repository), in Pandoc flavoured Markdown. The website is generated into static HTML via Pandoc with the following scripts in that directory: @@ -68,9 +68,9 @@ How to download Libreboot from the Git repository In your terminal: -**git clone https://notabug.org/libreboot/libreboot.git** + $ git clone https://notabug.org/libreboot/libreboot.git -A new directory named ***libreboot*** will have been created, containing +A new directory named `libreboot` will have been created, containing libreboot. How to submit your patches (via pull requests)