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 **Second Step - RUNNIX:** **Second Step - RUNNIX:**
  
-**[[userdoc:​tt_runnix|RUNNIX]]** is a boot loader specifically for AstLinux, consisting of a very small Linux kernel, trimmed busybox and file utilities e2fsprogs and dosfstools.+RUNNIX is a boot loader specifically for AstLinux, consisting of a very small Linux kernel, trimmed busybox and file utilities e2fsprogs and dosfstools.
  
-By default RUNNIX will execute a shell script to determine which AstLinux firmware image should be loaded and '​kexec'​ using it, thereby launching AstLinux.+By default ​**[[userdoc:​tt_runnix|RUNNIX]]** will execute a shell script to determine which AstLinux firmware image should be loaded and '​kexec'​ using it, thereby launching AstLinux.
  
 Alternatively,​ if ''​shell''​ or ''​ssh''​ was specified at the ''​boot:''​ prompt RUNNIX will not proceed to launch AstLinux but rather stop at a Linux shell prompt. ​ An experienced administrator can perform low level diagnostics,​ possibly fix a damaged partition, or even install the FAT16 partition to an internal flash drive. Alternatively,​ if ''​shell''​ or ''​ssh''​ was specified at the ''​boot:''​ prompt RUNNIX will not proceed to launch AstLinux but rather stop at a Linux shell prompt. ​ An experienced administrator can perform low level diagnostics,​ possibly fix a damaged partition, or even install the FAT16 partition to an internal flash drive.