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userdoc:system-boot-process [2020/04/30 14:42]
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 Assuming the **[[new-install|New Installation]]** instructions were followed and successful, your flash storage now has two Linux ext2 partitions added after the FAT16 partition to fill the total capacity of the drive. Assuming the **[[new-install|New Installation]]** instructions were followed and successful, your flash storage now has two Linux ext2 partitions added after the FAT16 partition to fill the total capacity of the drive.
  
-The required ​Linux ext2 partition has a partition label of ASTURW which is a unionfs/​overlay read-write partition that allows the read-only firmware mount to have files added or superseded with the corresponding ASTURW files.+The first Linux ext2 partition has a partition label of ASTURW which is a unionfs/​overlay read-write partition that allows the read-only firmware mount to have files added or superseded with the corresponding ASTURW files.
  
 A second ext2 partition has a partition label of ASTKD which is a read-write partition that is mounted as ''/​mnt/​kd/''​ . A second ext2 partition has a partition label of ASTKD which is a read-write partition that is mounted as ''/​mnt/​kd/''​ .