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# it is a good idea to give easy root access to the one user you create because certainly some packages will have to be installed or updated when the stick is in use
 
# it is a good idea to give easy root access to the one user you create because certainly some packages will have to be installed or updated when the stick is in use
 
# it is a good idea to save an image of the stick whenever you made a successful change; otherwise you might need to start from scratch if you mess something up.
 
# it is a good idea to save an image of the stick whenever you made a successful change; otherwise you might need to start from scratch if you mess something up.
# (if the installation not already does it for you) '''you should label the partitions and use the labels for mounting the partitions in /etc/fstab; don't use /dev/sda1 or the like because depending on the hardware it is booted on, after booting the stick, and depending on the actual hardware, the stick may be /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc or ... !'''
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# (if the installation not already does it for you) '''you should label the partitions and use the labels for mounting the partitions in /etc/fstab, alternatively use UUID's; don't use /dev/sda1 or the like because depending on the hardware it is booted on, after booting the stick, and depending on the actual hardware, the stick may be /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc or ... !'''
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For performance, make sure that the big partitions are aligned to 8192-sector boundaries; gdisk default is 2048-sector boundaries - the default can be adjusted. If you use the above sizes and the + sign for specifying them, this happens to work out automatically.
 
For performance, make sure that the big partitions are aligned to 8192-sector boundaries; gdisk default is 2048-sector boundaries - the default can be adjusted. If you use the above sizes and the + sign for specifying them, this happens to work out automatically.
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=== Install Fedora23 on an UEFI machine (UEFI enabled ; LegacyBoot / CSM disabled) ===
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=== install Fedora23 on an UEFI machine (UEFI enabled ; LegacyBoot / CSM disabled) ===
 
Whenever you see a ?, you must fill in the appropriate drive letter (e.g. c or d).  
 
Whenever you see a ?, you must fill in the appropriate drive letter (e.g. c or d).  
 
  sd?3: efi         /boot/efi
 
  sd?3: efi         /boot/efi
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  dosfslabel /dev/sd?1 VFAT
 
  dosfslabel /dev/sd?1 VFAT
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shutdown or reboot
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shutdown or reboot:
 
  exit
 
  exit
 
  systemctl poweroff (or reboot for testing)
 
  systemctl poweroff (or reboot for testing)
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