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rc_ext2 file

AA="EXT2 aborted "
AB="Do you want to repair a READ-ONLY file system "
AC="You have skipped all of the options this utility has. "
AD="What hard drive partition do you want to format "
AE="Any key to continue "
AF="Checking for available drives "
AG="Proceed mounting "
AH="Repair lilo boot loader "
AI="Choose one "
AJ="Do you want to edit the lilo configuration "
AK="The SETUP mode can ONLY be ran from a floppy "
AL="Run the Linux cfdisk utility "
AM="Do you want to format a hard drive partition "
AN="Do you want to format another hard drive partition "
AO="Do you want to format a swap partition "
AP="What swap partition do you want to format "
AQ="Formatting swap space, please wait "
AR="Copy FREESCO to your ext2 disk partition now "
AS="Do you want to edit the /etc/lilo.conf file "
AT="Do you want to run LiLO "
AU="Kernel or ramdisk change detected, synchronizing lilo "
AV="Are you sure you want to perform this operation "
AW="UnMounting /dev/$BOOTDEV to Read-Only "
AX="Failed: Aborting check "
AY="ReMounting/dev/$BOOTDEV to Read-Write "
AZ="Edit the /etc/raidtab now "
BA="Enable a (n)ew raid array or activate an (e)xisting array "
BB="What is the md# device number of your configured array "
BC="Do you want to install and configure software raid "
BD="For new arrays all existing data will be lost, continue "
BE="No raid kernel found "

aA() { cat <<~
$CW

This is a utility to automate moving FREESCO v$VERSION from a
floppy to a hard drive ext2 file system. This utility will use
fdisk, cfdisk, sfdisk, mke2fs, mkswap, lilo, tune2fs, mklost+found
dumpe2fs, and mv2ext2. All of these binaries and scripts are
included in this package and can be used directly from the command
line if you need them. If there is any step during this install
that is already done then just skip that step. This especially
applies if you make a mistake and need to run the utility again.
$CW
~
}

aB() { cat <<~
$CW
Now you can edit the configuration for$CG lilo$CW

After you are finished editing the configuration script.
Exit and save with
$CG <ALT>+<X>$CW or$CG <F10>$CW and then$CG <y>
~
}

aC() { cat <<~
$CW

You are now going to run the Linux command line$CG cfdisk$CW utility.
You have to have or create at least one primary ext2 partition
and optionally one swap partition. You also need to make sure and
toggle the bootable flag for your primary partition.


Make sure to write the new configuration to the disk before you
exit the utility.

NOTE: By default this utility creates ext2 partitions. So if
you want to create a swap partition, first create the partition and
then change the partition ID to "
${CG}swap${CW}".
The maximum size of a swap partition is 127MB.

~
}

aD() { cat <<~
$CW

Format the FREESCO ext2 hard drive partition.

NOTE: If your drive might have bad blocks, add the
$CG -c$CW flag.


(
${CG}<ENTER>${CW}) to skip this step
EXAMPLE:
$CG /dev/hda1$CW
EXAMPLE:$CG -c /dev/hda1$CW
~
}

aE() { cat <<~
$CW

You can now format a Linux swap partition if you created one with
the fdisk utility. You will need to specify the disk partition
that you created the swap file in. Also if this partition might
have bad blocks, you can add the
$CG -c$CW flag.


(
${CG}<ENTER>${CW}) to skip this step
EXAMPLE
:$CG /dev/hda2$CW
EXAMPLE:$CG -c /dev/hda2$CW
~
}

aF() { cat <<~
$CW

Now that your swap has been formatted you need to enable
it in the advanced setup. Rather than specifying a size you
have to specify the device in the advanced setup swap section.
This can be done at any time once you have finished.



$CY EXAMPLE: swap size = 127 (WRONG)
$CW EXAMPLE: swap size =$CG $1



Any key to continue.
~
}
 

aG() { cat <<~
$CW

The final step to booting FREESCO is to install a boot loader.
This is done with the
$CG lilo$CW command.


NOTE: if you have a boot loader from another Linux distribution
loaded on another partition, you should probably not use this
command. You should add the correct entries into that OS for
FREESCO and run the lilo command from there.

~
}

aH(){ cat <<~
$CW

You MUST enter a valid device name such as$CG /dev/hda1$CW
You entered$CY $1


Any key to continue
~
}

aI() {
beep
cat <<~
$CW

You made a mistake during this install and there were errors.
Just use
$CG


rc_ext2 setup$CW


and run the utility again from the command line.
You can skip any portions that you already completed.


Have fun ;)
Lightning

~
sync;exit
}

aJ(){ cat <<~
No usable$CG ext2$CW hard drive partition was found.
You need to run
$CG rc_ext2 setup $CW
~
}

aK(){ cat <<~
$CW

More than one suitable partition was found.



which partition is FREESCO installed on

~
}

aL(){ cat <<~
Drive $1 is mount at /mnt/hd

Do you want to repair an existing FREESCO installation damaged
by replacing the kernel or ramdisk
.
~
}

aM(){ cat <<~
Which version of the lilo configuration do you want to use.


The (e)xisting copy of lilo.conf located on your hard drive.
or
The (n)ew default copy of lilo.conf that comes with this package.

~
}

aN(){ cat <<~
System has been repaired.


Reboot your system

~
}

aO(){ cat <<~
There were errors and this automated repair feature can not
repair them. You will need to make repairs manually

~
}

aP(){ cat <<~
You can ONLY run this utility from a floppy installation.
~
}

aQ(){ cat <<~
$CW

You MUST enter a valid device name such as$CG /dev/hda2$CW
You entered$CY $1
~
}

aR(){ cat <<~
$CW
You are now finished. If you are BRAVE and there were no errors
then reboot and see if it works. If you made some mistakes during
this install or there were errors. Just use
$CG


rc_ext2 setup$CW


SPECIAL NOTE:$CW
If you ever change the kernel or ramdisk you will have to run
the$CG lilo$CW command$CY BEFORE$CW you reboot with the new kernel
or ramdisk
.$CW

Have fun ;)
Lightning

~
}

aS(){ cat <<~
This script can only be used in setup ,repair-lilo ,stop ,disk-scan,
or boot mode.
$CV$CW

EXAMPLES$CG rc_ext2 setup$CW
$CG rc_ext2 repair-lilo$CW
$CG rc_ext2 disk-scan$CW
$CG rc_ext2 boot$CW
~
}

aT(){ cat <<~
The disk-scan option of rc_ext2 is designed to run the e2fsck
binary on /dev/
$1 with the system running. This operation
will shut down the main system functions and unmount the drive
in read-only mode to perform this operation safely. At the end
of the scan the system will be re-enabled in full operation.

~
}

# Added new for v0.4.3

aU(){ cat <<~
$CY

To enable raid on your hard drives to use when booting FREESCO
you MUST create one small partition on your primary boot disk. This
partition only needs to be around 5MB because all it is used for is
to install the floppy disk and raidtools. Then use the rest of the
boot device for a raid partition. If using raid1 then it is recommended
to partition all disks in the same manor. For all raid partitions
use$CG 'Linux raid autodetect'$CY as the partition type in the cfdisk
utility, this MUST be changed for ALL raid partitions. The code number
is$CG 'fd'$CY for the partition type change. Be sure to complete the
total install to the small bootable partition.

~
}

aV(){ cat <<~
${CD}
To enable and configure the correct type of raid for your system
you must edit the
$CG '/etc/raidtab'$CD for your specific
configuration.

~
}

aW(){ cat <<~
${CD}
If you have enabled raid partitions for a raid array and you have
configured in the
$CG '/etc/raidtab'$CD you must now activate it.$CV$CR


----- WARNING ------ WARNING ----- WARNING ----- WARNING -----
All data on any configured raid partition will be destroyed.
Do NOT run this command for any pre existing raid partitions.
$CD
~
}

aX(){ cat <<~
${CD}
To format a raid array you MUST not format drive partitions
individually. Instead format the drives as an array using the new
$CG
'/dev/md#'$CD device. Do not forget to format the small boot partition
as well.

~
}

aZ(){ cat <<~
${CD}
To use$CG 'lilo'$CD on a bootable raid array you MUST
configure the
$CG 'lilo.conf'$CD file to use the small boot partition
on the boot drive instead of the raid md#. This means that the

$CG'boot ='$CD variable MUST be set to something like$CG
'boot = /dev/hda'$CD. You then MUST configure the 'BOOTDEV=' lines
throughout the rest of the file to use the raid 'md#' device.

~
}

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