Commit a26fe43a authored by Manuel Barrette's avatar Manuel Barrette

Some more minor corrections, renamed a few images

parent 0f59c1ac
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filename images/boot/welcome-live.png
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filename images/keyboard/keyboard_edit.png
filename images/keyboard/keyboard-edit.png
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filename images/keyboard/keyboard_choose.png
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......@@ -4674,15 +4674,15 @@ Differences in the partition setup between BIOS and UEFI systems
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The key difference in the way the partitions are arranged compared to the
case with BIOS is that a small partition of a few hundred MB must be created
to house some of the files used when booting the system.
The key difference in the way the partitions are arranged on a UEFI system
compared to the case with BIOS is that a small partition of a few hundred
MB must be created to house some of the files used when booting the system.
This partition must use the fat32 file system.
Luckily, in all assisted installation options, Calamares handles the creation
of this partition if it does not already exist and writes the necessary
files to it.
If the partition already exists, it is detected and used to write the files.
In this section, for UEFI systems, it is on partition
In this chapter, for UEFI systems, it is on partition
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sda1
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......@@ -4778,22 +4778,6 @@ UEFI system
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......@@ -4941,22 +4925,6 @@ name "replace"
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......@@ -4999,10 +4967,13 @@ status open
\begin_inset Caption Standard
\begin_layout Plain Layout
When selecting the option to install Manjaro on an existing partition, the
bottom of the window will display a bar representing the current state
of the hard drive and another representing its state after modifications,
which at first is identical.
When selecting the option to
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replace
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an existing partition with Manjaro, the bottom of the window will display
a bar representing the current state of the hard drive and another representing
its state after modifications, which at first is identical.
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......@@ -5140,22 +5111,6 @@ Boot loader location
Erase the disk and let Calamares choose a partition scheme
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The simplest installation method is to overwrite the entire hard drive and
let the installer suggest you a partition scheme for your new operating
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\begin_layout Standard
The last option is the one that gives you the most control.
This option is the one that gives you the most control.
You will get the chance to adjust yourself the partition scheme of your
hard drive using the built-in partition manager and make it exactly the
way you want it.
......@@ -6436,7 +6391,7 @@ name "advancedInstallUEFI"
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The manual installation option is the one that changes the most if you are
using a UEFI system.
using a UEFI system compared to one with BIOS.
The following steps will walk you through the process of creating a partition
scheme suitable for your system in three different scenarios.
The first one (
......@@ -7687,11 +7642,9 @@ If you are dual-booting with another operating system, a EFI partition will
probably already exist.
In that case, you will probably want to use the same EFI partition for
Manjaro and the other operating system.
This section will show you how to do this.
The other operating system used in this example is Microsoft Windows 10.
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The steps below are very similar to the ones presented in other sections
The steps below are very similar to the ones presented in other sections
such as
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