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commit 0c3752aef9c795ca6cfbf9582218be00a49df86a
parent fe7e6c6ffa53105cc183368b383658a1787d8979
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Wed, 17 Jul 2019 20:32:34 -0400

Fix grammar issues and reword

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Mpages/guides/debian-with-btrfs.md | 19++++++++++---------
1 file changed, 10 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/guides/debian-with-btrfs.md b/pages/guides/debian-with-btrfs.md @@ -6,20 +6,21 @@ <b>Written By:</b> Jake Bauer | <b>Posted:</b> 2019-07-16 | - <b>Last Updated:</b> 2019-07-16 + <b>Last Updated:</b> 2019-07-17 ### Introduction <b>Difficulty:</b> Intermediate With the arrival of Debian Buster, many people will be re-installing their -systems to try out some of the new features and configurations. One thing that -some people may want to try is installing Debian using btrfs as their primary -file system. Debian currently supports formatting partitions with btrfs, but -doesn't support creating subvolumes from within the installer. This tutorial -will tell you how to set up a Debian 10 Buster system with btrfs using -subvolumes on your root filesystem from within the installer. I will also cover -how to do this with LVM encrypted volumes. +systems to try out some of the new features and to just "start fresh". One thing +that some people may want to try is installing Debian using btrfs as their +primary file system instead of the now-dated ext4 filesystem. Debian currently +supports formatting partitions with btrfs, but doesn't support creating +subvolumes from within the installer. This tutorial will tell you how to set up +a Debian 10 Buster system with btrfs using subvolumes on your root filesystem +from within the installer. I will also cover how to do this with LVM encrypted +volumes. Once you've got the hang of this procedure, you will find that it is actually a lot easier than it seems (assuming some stuff doesn't break)! @@ -79,7 +80,7 @@ to activate this shell and follow the following procedure to set up subvolumes: Use the `df` command to view what the current mounted partitions are. In my case there is `/dev/mapper/debianbtrfs--vg-root` mounted to `/target` and `/dev/vda1` mounted to `/target/boot`. `/target` is the place where the Debian system files -will be installed. We need to change and set some thing up so that it becomes a +will be installed. We need to change and set some things up so that it becomes a btrfs subvolume. <img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/df.png" alt="The output of the df command."/>