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commit 15df490e4924dac93799029a2595c808c49a25c5
parent d0b72807fb6c15b89a3fe41eb8d76a0041b471d8
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Sat,  2 Nov 2019 03:06:38 -0400

Minor re-wording to make the post flow better

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diff --git a/pages/guides/debian-with-btrfs.md b/pages/guides/debian-with-btrfs.md @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@ ## Installing Debian 10 Buster with Encrypted LVM and btrfs Subvolumes -[//]: # "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." +[//]: # "This tutorial will demonstrate how to set up a Debian 10 Buster system with btrfs using subvolumes on your root filesystem during the installation process. It will also cover how to do this with LVM encrypted volumes for those who want their installations to be encrypted." [//]: # "base.min.css" @@ -15,17 +15,17 @@ <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 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)! +systems to try out some of the new features and to just "start fresh". With this +comes the opportunity to try out new configurations that require starting fresh. +Namely, btrfs on root. Debian currently supports formatting partitions with +btrfs, but doesn't support creating subvolumes from within the installer. This +tutorial will demonstrate how to set up a Debian 10 Buster system with btrfs using +subvolumes on your root filesystem during the installation process. It will also +cover how to do this with LVM encrypted volumes for those who want their +installations to be encrypted. + +Once you're familiar with this procedure, you will find that it is actually a +lot easier than it seemed at first! This procedure has been adapted from this video found on YouTube: <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtMj8KPRlws">Debian 9 | Installation mit