Diffstat (limited to 'doc/menu.txt')
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 5 deletions
diff --git a/doc/menu.txt b/doc/menu.txt
index aa161bca..a03c72a1 100644
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-There are two menu systems included with SYSLINUX, the advanced menu
+There are two menu systems included with Syslinux, the advanced menu
system, and the simple menu system.
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ See menu/README for more information.
The simple menu system is a single module located at
com32/modules/vesamenu.c32 (graphical) or com32/modules/menu.c32 (text
mode only). It uses the same configuration file as the regular
-SYSLINUX command line, and displays all the LABEL statements.
+Syslinux command line, and displays all the LABEL statements.
To use the menu system, simply make sure [vesa]menu.c32 is in the
appropriate location for your boot medium (the same directory as the
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ PROMPT 0
There are a few menu additions to the command line, all starting with
-the keywords MENU or TEXT; like the rest of the SYSLINUX config file
+the keywords MENU or TEXT; like the rest of the Syslinux config file
language, it is case insensitive:
MENU TITLE title
@@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ MENU PASSWD passwd
Use the included Perl scripts "sha1pass" or "md5pass" to
encrypt passwords. MD5 passwords are compatible with most
Unix password file utilities; SHA-1 passwords are probably
- unique to SYSLINUX. Obviously, if you don't encrypt your
+ unique to Syslinux. Obviously, if you don't encrypt your
passwords they will not be very secure at all.
If you are using passwords, you want to make sure you also use
@@ -433,7 +433,7 @@ it will execute the ONTIMEOUT command if one exists, otherwise it will
pick the default menu option.
Normally, the user can press [Tab] to edit the menu entry, and [Esc]
-to return to the SYSLINUX command line. However, if the configuration
+to return to the Syslinux command line. However, if the configuration
file specifies ALLOWOPTIONS 0, these keys will be disabled, and if
MENU MASTER PASSWD is set, they require the master password.