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+++ b/doc/handbook/chapters/installation.texi
@@ -171,7 +171,7 @@ group. In addition the group @code{gnunetdns} may be needed (see below).
Create user @code{gnunet} who is member of the group @code{gnunet}
(automatically created) and specify a home directory where the GNUnet
-services will store persistant data such as information about peers.
+services will store persistent data such as information about peers.
$ sudo useradd --system --home-dir /var/lib/gnunet --create-home gnunet
@end example
@@ -431,7 +431,7 @@ For the @emph{multi-user setup} first the system services need to be started
as the system user, i.e. the user @code{gnunet} needs to execute
@code{gnunet-arm -s}. This should be done by the system's init system.
Then the user who wants to start GNUnet applications has to run
-@code{gnunet-arm -s} too. It is recommented to automate this, e.g. using
+@code{gnunet-arm -s} too. It is recommended to automate this, e.g. using
the user's crontab.
@node gnunet-gtk
@@ -1369,7 +1369,7 @@ proxy forwards the HTTP request he receives with a certain URL to another
webserver, here a GNUnet peer.
So if you have a running Apache or nginx webserver you can configure it to
-be a GNUnet reverse proxy. Especially if you have a well-known webiste
+be a GNUnet reverse proxy. Especially if you have a well-known website
this improves censorship resistance since it looks as normal surfing
@@ -2175,7 +2175,7 @@ Sane defaults should exist in your
you could simply start without any configuration. If you want to
configure your peer later, you need to stop it before invoking the
@code{gnunet-setup} tool to customize further and to test your
-configuration (@code{gnunet-setup} has build-in test functions).
+configuration (@code{gnunet-setup} has built-in test functions).
The most important option you might have to still set by hand is in
[PATHS]. Here, you use the option "GNUNET_HOME" to specify the path where