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Getting Started with Cubieboard by Olliver M. Schinagl

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Rebooting the new OS

With all the required changes in place, it is time to reboot into the new operating system. First, unmount all partitions that have been mounted for this installation. Make sure that none of the mounted directories are in use. The umount -l command is used, where the -l parameter stands for lazy, which means that umount will try to unmount all subdirectories first and finish with unmounting the requested directory. In case of errors, manual unmounting is probably required. The reboot command will then reboot the system, as shown here:

[root@packt etc]# cd
[root@packt ~]# umount -l /mnt
[root@packt ~]# reboot

After the reboot, you will be greeted with a login prompt, as shown in the following screenshot. Obviously, this differs ...

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