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commit e8ec437d53ce994b4822d1128b8068e59057db18
parent 02d30039cee0652e5f406d2a0da57c908e9c97d8
Author: Jake Bauer <>
Date:   Sun, 19 Jan 2020 01:02:44 -0500

Tweak wording and add link to pictures

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Mpages/guides/ | 8++++----
Mpages/guides/ | 8++++----
Mpages/projects/ | 5+++--
4 files changed, 30 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/guides/ b/pages/guides/ @@ -53,8 +53,9 @@ you want). Run through the installation as normal until you reach the section on partitioning: -<img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/partition-screen.png" alt="The Debian installer -partition menu showing 3 guided options and 1 manual option"/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/partition-screen.png"><img +src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/partition-screen.png" alt="The Debian installer +partition menu showing 3 guided options and 1 manual option"/></a> On this screen, if you want an encrypted root file system (recommended) then choose the option `Guided - use entire disk and set up encrypted LVM`. Otherwise @@ -66,8 +67,9 @@ necessary for your configuration. Once you have run through the setup of the partitions you should now see a screen similar to the one below: -<img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/partition-results.png" alt="The screen showing -the overview of your currently configured partitions and mount points step."/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/partition-results.png"><img +src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/partition-results.png" alt="The screen showing the +overview of your currently configured partitions and mount points step."/></a> Select your root file system (the one with the `/` as the mount point), change the `Use as:` field to `btrfs journaling file system` and select `Done setting @@ -79,7 +81,8 @@ After this and before continuing with the installation, type <kbd>Ctrl</kbd> + <kbd>Alt</kbd> + <kbd>F2</kbd> to be put into a shell. Press <kbd>Enter</kbd> to activate this shell and follow the following procedure to set up subvolumes: -<img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/shell.png" alt="The busybox terminal on tty2."/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/shell.png"><img +src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/shell.png" alt="The busybox terminal on tty2."/></a> 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` @@ -87,7 +90,8 @@ mounted to `/target/boot`. `/target` is the place where the Debian system files 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."/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/df.png"><img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/df.png" +alt="The output of the df command."/></a> The first step is to unmount both `/target/boot` and then `/target` using the `umount` command. @@ -117,10 +121,13 @@ subvolume. Also, mount the boot partition (which in my case resides on `/dev/vda1` to `/target/boot/efi` (or just `/target/boot` for a legacy BIOS system). The following screenshots show the exact commands that I ran: -<img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/commands-before-boot-mount.png" alt="All of the commands run as described above (minus mounting boot)."/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/commands-before-boot-mount.png"><img +src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/commands-before-boot-mount.png" alt="All of the +commands run as described above (minus mounting boot)."/></a> -<img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/boot-mount.png" alt="The commands run to mount -the boot partition."/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/boot-mount.png"><img +src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/boot-mount.png" alt="The commands run to mount the +boot partition."/></a> Now, edit `/target/etc/fstab` (you must use `nano` as unfortunately there is no version of `vi` in this busybox configuration) and add the relevant @@ -139,8 +146,9 @@ noatime,compress=lzo,space_cache,subvol=@ 0 0` Where the other lines will look similar: -<img src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/target-fstab.png" alt="The contents of the -/target/etc/fstab file after modification."/> +<a href="/img/debian-with-btrfs/target-fstab.png"><img +src="/img/debian-with-btrfs/target-fstab.png" alt="The contents of the +/target/etc/fstab file after modification."/></a> Once this is all done and you have saved your changes, you may exit out of this terminal (<kbd>Ctrl</kbd> + <kbd>d</kbd>) and return to the installation diff --git a/pages/guides/ b/pages/guides/ @@ -7,12 +7,12 @@ [//]: # <div class="byline"> -**Written By:** Jake Bauer | - **Posted:** 2020-01-08 | - **Last Updated:** 2020-01-08 +<b>Written By:</b> Jake Bauer | + <b>Posted:</b> 2020-01-08 | + <b>Last Updated:</b> 2020-01-08 </div> -**Difficulty:** Beginner +<b>Difficulty:</b> Beginner All of my desktop environments use the Arc-Dark theme. It's not too dark and it also feels way easier on my eyes than most of the light themes out there. diff --git a/pages/guides/ b/pages/guides/ @@ -7,14 +7,14 @@ [//]: # "Introduction; Bash and Bash-like Shells; C Shell and TENEX C Shell; Explanation" <div class="byline"> -**Written By:** Jake Bauer | - **Posted:** 2019-11-26 | - **Last Updated:** 2019-11-26 +<b>Written By:</b> Jake Bauer | + <b>Posted:</b> 2019-11-26 | + <b>Last Updated:</b> 2019-11-26 </div> ### Introduction -**Difficulty:** Beginner +<b>Difficulty:</b> Beginner Those who use regular file browsers like Nautilus, Dolphin, or Thunar are used to having an item go into the Trash folder (or "Recycle Bin") when it is diff --git a/pages/projects/ b/pages/projects/ @@ -12,8 +12,9 @@ UI. It is effectively a wrapper for udisksctl to make it more friendly to use. ### Screenshots -<img src="/img/projects/usrmnt/screenshot.png" alt="A screenshot of usrmnt in -action"/> +<a href="/img/projects/usrmnt/screenshot.png"><img +src="/img/projects/usrmnt/screenshot.png" alt="A screenshot of usrmnt in +action"/></a> ### Download