Added a needed package on Contrib + typos in remaining files

Summary: Added a needed package on Contrib + typos in remaining files

Test Plan: Check files

Reviewers: lynorian

Reviewed By: lynorian

Subscribers: 84nt1m

Differential Revision: https://phab.lubuntu.me/D96
stable
Mister Nobody 3 years ago committed by Lyn Perrine
parent 65669c1325
commit 487f9c75a6

@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ Before starting, you need a few tools.
- `texlive-formats-extra`
- `latexmk`
- `python3-sphinx-rtd-theme`
- `python3-sphinx-bootstrap-theme`
## Getting the code
@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ Contents
20/foo_bar
```
Then run `make clean && make html && make latexpdf` in the root of the manual directory and it should build successfully with zero warnings!
Then run `make clean && make html && make latexpdf` in the root of the manual directory and it should build successfully with zero warnings! (Might take several trials to get `make latexpdf` without any errors.)
## Getting multiple Versions to Work
To change into the file for the code you cloned from git of sphinxconfig-versioning and run ``` cd sphinxcontrib-versioning && sudo python3 setup.py install```

@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ Instead of downloading the image from one server, you can "torrent" the image, o
In order to torrent the file, you need a BitTorrent client. We recommend `Transmission <https://transmissionbt.com/>`_, an Open Source BitTorrent client. Since Transmission only provides clients for Linux and macOS, we recommend `qbittorrent <https://www.qbittorrent.org/download.php>`_ for Windows users.
The BitTorrent links can be found on our Downloads page or `cdimage.ubuntu.com`_ , both linked above.
The BitTorrent links can be found on our Downloads page or `cdimage.ubuntu.com`_, both linked above.
After you have downloaded the link you need, open it in your BitTorrent client. This will download the image. After this is done, we recommend that you leave your BitTorrent client open so you can seed this image for other people, which helps reduce bandwidth costs even further by decentralizing the download location for other users.

@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ Guides from the Ubuntu website:
- `How to burn a DVD on Windows <https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutorial/tutorial-burn-a-dvd-on-windows>`_
- `How to burn a DVD on macOS <https://tutorials.ubuntu.com/tutorial/tutorial-burn-a-dvd-on-macos>`_
For writing images to USB drives on Linux, we recommend `mkusb <https://help.ubuntu.com/community/mkusb>`_ a tool developed by a Lubuntu team member, or the USB creator shipped with Lubuntu `Startup Disk Creator <https://manual.lubuntu.me/3/3.1/3.1.4/startup-disk-creator.html>`_ .
For writing images to USB drives on Linux, we recommend `mkusb <https://help.ubuntu.com/community/mkusb>`_ a tool developed by a Lubuntu team member, or the USB creator shipped with Lubuntu `Startup Disk Creator <https://manual.lubuntu.me/3/3.1/3.1.4/startup-disk-creator.html>`_.
Writing images to USB drives from macOS or Windows is beyond the scope of this book, but the Ubuntu website also
has several guides on this:

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ This is a guide through the installation process of Lubuntu.
Starting the installer
----------------------
Once you have booted the Lubuntu image, you will be greeted by a screen with the following options: :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu`, :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu (safe graphics)`, :menuselection:`Check disk for defects`, :menuselection:`Test memory`, and :menuselection:`Boot from first hard disk`. To start the install select :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu`, you will now be booting into a live session. If Lubuntu has trouble with your graphics card you can start the live session with :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu(safe graphics)`. The :menuselection:`Check disk for defects` option offers a way to check integrity of the disk-image once it is burned onto the install media (USB or DVD). Please use this if you have problems installing as it could be bad media. The :menuselection:`Test memory` option tests to make sure your RAM works on your computer. To switch your keyboard layout on the live session press :kbd:`F3` and select your keyboard layout. To bring back up the language selection press :kbd:`F2`.
Once you have booted the Lubuntu image, you will be greeted by a screen with the following options: :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu`, :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu (safe graphics)`, :menuselection:`Check disk for defects`, :menuselection:`Test memory`, and :menuselection:`Boot from first hard disk`. To start the install select :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu`, you will now be booting into a live session. If Lubuntu has trouble with your graphics card you can start the live session with :menuselection:`Start Lubuntu (safe graphics)`. The :menuselection:`Check disk for defects` option offers a way to check integrity of the disk-image once it is burned onto the install media (USB or DVD). Please use this if you have problems installing as it could be bad media. The :menuselection:`Test memory` option tests to make sure your RAM works on your computer. To switch your keyboard layout on the live session press :kbd:`F3` and select your keyboard layout. To bring back up the language selection press :kbd:`F2`.
.. image:: boot_installer.png

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