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authorxrs <>2018-11-16 16:43:23 +0100
committerxrs <>2018-11-16 16:43:23 +0100
commit8c09492977ec18a1a32ea209f1ae2367bdb21670 (patch)
parentfbb30437326b703d08ba9e2b1f3dca306586246e (diff)
rm typos
2 files changed, 5 insertions, 5 deletions
diff --git a/tutorial-archpi.html.j2 b/tutorial-archpi.html.j2
index cf5eb28c..893a7de8 100644
--- a/tutorial-archpi.html.j2
+++ b/tutorial-archpi.html.j2
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
<h2>{{ _("Tutorial: GNUnet on Archlinux/Pi") }}</h2>
Welcome to this GNUnet tutorial for Archlinux on a Raspberry Pi 3. If you want
-to run a GNUnet node on a separte System, permanently online, with low energy
+to run a GNUnet node on a separte system, permanently online, with low energy
consumption, this might be the thing for you. This tutorial shows you how to
install, run, and operate it.
@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ vpn (gnunet-service-vpn)<br>
<h3>{{ _("Make sure, it works!") }}</h3>
-After starting GNUnet you should make sure, that your peer is connecting to the
+After starting GNUnet you should make sure that your peer is connecting to the
P2P-network. By typing gnunet-core you should see something like this:
@@ -124,8 +124,8 @@ Tue Oct 30 19:58:48 2018: connection established 5WBG (timeout in 299 s
-> git clone
-> cd gnunet-nim/examples
+> git clone<br>
+> cd gnunet-nim/examples<br>
> nim c groupchat.nim
diff --git a/tutorial-debian9.html.j2 b/tutorial-debian9.html.j2
index bab12e73..330af8ec 100644
--- a/tutorial-debian9.html.j2
+++ b/tutorial-debian9.html.j2
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ for some experimental GNUnet features.</p>
$ sudo apt install git libtool autoconf autopoint build-essential libgcrypt-dev libidn11-dev zlib1g-dev libunistring-dev libglpk-dev miniupnpc libextractor-dev libjansson-dev libcurl4-gnutls-dev libsqlite3-dev
-<h3>{{ _("Make an installatino directory") }}</h3>
+<h3>{{ _("Make an installation directory") }}</h3>
<p>Next we create a directory in our home directory where we store the source code later. We should keep this directory after installation because it contains Makefiles that can be used for uninstalling GNUnet again (see chapter *Uninstall GNUnet and its dependencies*).</p>