grim/hgkeeper

A few more typoes in the docs
v1.0.0
5 months ago, Gary Kramlich
b1bb1f180fee
Parents a2f020bc5a00
Children 4c0055e85914
A few more typoes in the docs
--- a/docs/docs/reverseproxy.md Tue Jun 21 16:58:37 2022 -0500
+++ b/docs/docs/reverseproxy.md Tue Jun 21 17:00:10 2022 -0500
@@ -12,8 +12,8 @@
## Prerequisites
-For this to work, you will need to specify the `--external-hostname` arguement
-via the command line or its environment varible counter part. If you're running
+For this to work, you will need to specify the `--external-hostname` argument
+via the command line or its environment variable counter part. If you're running
on a port other than `22222` you'll need to do the same with `--external-port`.
You will also need `curl` installed on the machine running the OpenSSH Server.
--- a/docs/includes/hostkeys.md Tue Jun 21 16:58:37 2022 -0500
+++ b/docs/includes/hostkeys.md Tue Jun 21 17:00:10 2022 -0500
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# SSH Host Keys
-Since HGKeeper provies and SSH server, you will need to generate SSH host keys
+Since HGKeeper provides and SSH server, you will need to generate SSH host keys
for it. You can disable the SSH server if you like, see the [usage](usage)
documentation for more information.
--- a/docs/includes/runningcontainer.md Tue Jun 21 16:58:37 2022 -0500
+++ b/docs/includes/runningcontainer.md Tue Jun 21 17:00:10 2022 -0500
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# Running The Container
-Now that we have the adminstration repository as well as the SSH host keys, we
+Now that we have the administration repository as well as the SSH host keys, we
can finally run HGKeeper.
The following example command makes the same assumptions as the `setup`