3.7 install section: add internal links to help with navigation

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John McQuah 2022-08-04 13:42:53 -04:00
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'''Note: UEFI'''[[]]
->''For UEFI installation a GPT disklabel and an EFI system partition (ESP) are required in most cases. The ESP does not need to be very large (100MiB for example) and should be formatted with a FAT32 filesystem and flagged as bootable. When using UEFI the boot loader/manager will be installed in the ESP rather than the traditional method of installation into the Master Boot Record (MBR).''
'''Note: MBR'''[[]]
->''If your BIOS does not support UEFI boot mode (or you have disabled it in
favor of legacy MBR mode), then you do not need to create a separate small
partition for EFI loaders or kernel images. One large partition for %fn%%/%%
is enough in such cases, and GRUB should be able to find a Linux kernel
saved in the subdirectory %fn%/boot%%. But selecting SYSLINUX for your
bootloader will require you to flag as bootable whichever partition contains
%fn%syslinux.cfg%%. See [[#syslinux-install | "SYSLINUX installation" ]] in
the Appendix for details.
CRUX supports all the filesystems supported as root filesystems by the Linux kernel: btrfs, ext2, ext3, ext4, JFS, reiserfs and XFS.
Further, it is highly recommended to separate the system data from user data, i.e. use a separate partition for %fn%/home%% (and possibly %fn%/var%%) since that will make your life a lot easier the day you want to upgrade, reinstall or remove your system.
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* Generate locales for your system. See section [[#LocaleGeneration| "Generating locales"]] for more information.
* Go to %fn%/usr/src/linux-5.15.x%%, configure and compile a new kernel.
* Adjust %fn%/etc/fstab%% to reflect any changes made to your partition scheme since your earlier installation of CRUX.
See the notes about %fn%fstab%% in the [[#InstallingFromCD-ROM| "Installing"]] section.
* Adjust %fn%/etc/fstab%% to reflect any changes made to your partition
scheme since your earlier installation of CRUX. In particular,
%fn%/var/run%% should not appear as a mountpoint, since this is now a
symlink to %fn%/run%% starting with CRUX 3.7. See the notes about
%fn%fstab%% in the [[#InstallingFromCD-ROM| "Installing"]] section for other
general recommendations.
-->More information about UEFI and other boot loader/manager options can be found in the CRUX wiki at [[https://crux.nu/Wiki/UEFI]].
* Remove the CRUX DVD-ROM from your drive and reboot from harddisk.
Finish the upgrade by [[#BootLoader-Setup | "Installing a Bootloader"]], and
then you should be able to login to your upgraded CRUX system after