r1102 - trunk

bdubbs at linuxfromscratch.org bdubbs at linuxfromscratch.org
Fri May 29 20:57:00 PDT 2009


Author: bdubbs
Date: 2009-05-29 21:57:00 -0600 (Fri, 29 May 2009)
New Revision: 1102

Modified:
   trunk/kernel-configuration.txt
Log:
Typo corrections

Modified: trunk/kernel-configuration.txt
===================================================================
--- trunk/kernel-configuration.txt	2009-05-30 00:32:19 UTC (rev 1101)
+++ trunk/kernel-configuration.txt	2009-05-30 03:57:00 UTC (rev 1102)
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
              Documentation/networking/
              Documentation/scsi/
 
-             There are many other files in the docuemtation tree that can give
+             There are many other files in the documentation tree that can give
              detailed information about kernel options.
 
 
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
 
     a.  make menuconfig
 
-    This is the prrimay user interface to kernel configuration.  It is a
+    This is the primary user interface to kernel configuration.  It is a
     ncurses based application that generates a menu tree for a user to select
     configuration items.  Using the enter key and the arrow keys, you can
     examine each item, including a help page.  
@@ -83,13 +83,13 @@
     c.  make oldconfig
 
     A command line interface is available to take an old configuration file and
-    port it ot the new kernel.  To use it, run:
+    port it to the new kernel.  To use it, run:
 
        cp user/some/old.config .config
        make oldconfig
 
-    The program will propt you for missing or changed options.  The prompt will
-    end with dowmthing like:
+    The program will prompt you for missing or changed options.  The prompt will
+    end with something like:
 
        Group CPU scheduler (GROUP_SCHED) [N/y/?] (NEW)
 
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@
 
        PCI slot detection driver (ACPI_PCI_SLOT) [N/m/y/?] (NEW)
 
-    if building as a module is available.  To overrid the default, jsut type
+    if building as a module is available.  To override the default, just type
     the appropriate letter.
  
     New kernel releases often introduce new config symbols.  Often more
@@ -125,11 +125,11 @@
     like Nvidia or VMware drivers.
 
     Since LFS does not use an initrd, some drivers like disk and filesystem drivers
-    fo the root partition are required to be built into the kernel.  Most often these
+    for the root partition are required to be built into the kernel.  Most often these
     are just SATA (CONFIG_ATA) or PATA (CONFIG_IDE) drivers and the ext3 
     (CONFIG_EXT3_FS) drivers,
 
-    Om an LFS system, you presumedly know (or can find out with tools such as lspci)
+    On an LFS system, you presumably know (or can find out with tools such as lspci)
     what hardware you have on your system.  I recommend that you minimize the modules
     that you build.  After all, you can always go back and recompile with different 
     options.  
@@ -232,5 +232,7 @@
 CHANGELOG:
    [2009-05-28]
       Initial Release
+   [2009-05-29]
+      Fix Typos.  Thanks to Trent Shea.
 
 




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