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commit b232f5056c18927eab5b963687d57165fe8b886e
parent 0013145861319f921ae2fce593722b29a41e325c
Author: Cem Keylan <cem@ckyln.com>
Date:   Tue, 15 Sep 2020 21:18:49 +0300

update menus

Diffstat:
Mcontribution.texi | 2+-
Mcpt.texi | 10+++++-----
Minit.texi | 9++++++++-
Minstall.texi | 12++++++------
Mtop.texi | 2++
5 files changed, 22 insertions(+), 13 deletions(-)

diff --git a/contribution.texi b/contribution.texi @@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ throughout the repositories, one must adhere to these conventions. Exceptions and changes may occur with good reasoning. @menu -* Conventions:: +* Conventions:: Distribution conventions * Sending Git mails:: @end menu diff --git a/cpt.texi b/cpt.texi @@ -19,11 +19,11 @@ a single file package manager, it revolves around the shell library @command{cpt and many tools that wrap around it. @menu -* Usage:: -* Environment Variables:: -* Hooks:: -* Packaging System:: -* Rsync Repositories:: +* Usage:: Using Carbs Packaging Tools +* Environment Variables:: Values that affect the operation of CPT +* Hooks:: Using hooks to customize the package manager operations +* Packaging System:: More detail on creating packages +* Rsync Repositories:: Information on using or creating rsync repositories @end menu @node Usage diff --git a/init.texi b/init.texi @@ -6,6 +6,12 @@ on boot and shutdown processes. It also provides its own halting program named shalt. This provides a portable method that doesn't rely on non-POSIX external programs. +@menu +* Configuring Init:: Ways to configure the init system +* Init Hooks:: Adding your personal commands to the init system +* Changing Init Program:: Replacing the default busybox init with something new +@end menu + @node Configuring Init @section Configuring Init @@ -52,7 +58,8 @@ parameters. You can specify variables here as well, although note that the kernel command line always gets the priority for these variables since they can be set just before boot. -@subsection Init Hooks +@node Init Hooks +@section Init Hooks Init hooks are for custom personal commands that the user may want to add to alter their boot. These can be used to load kernel modules, modify interfaces, diff --git a/install.texi b/install.texi @@ -9,12 +9,12 @@ The instructions can also be found plaintext on @end ifhtml @menu -* Preparing Environment:: Getting ready to chroot -* Chroot:: Going inside your new system -* System Configuration:: Customizing for your personal use -* Kernel:: Compiling your own kernel -* Making your system bootable:: Installing init and bootloader -* Post-installation:: Acquiring more packages and repositories +* Preparing Environment:: Getting ready to chroot +* Chroot:: Going inside your new system +* System Configuration:: Customizing for your personal use +* Kernel:: Compiling your own kernel +* Making your system bootable:: Installing init and bootloader +* Post-installation:: Acquiring more packages and repositories @end menu @node Preparing Environment diff --git a/top.texi b/top.texi @@ -68,6 +68,8 @@ Overview of Installation Overview of Package manager * Usage:: Using Carbs Packaging Tools +* Environment Variables:: Values that affect the operation of CPT +* Hooks:: Using hooks to customize the package manager operations * Packaging System:: More detail on creating packages * Rsync Repositories:: Information on using or creating rsync repositories @end detailmenu