[GMG-Devel] [PATCH v2] Fix #5359 - fix documentation typos
Loic Dachary <loic@...
2016-01-12 11:04:43 GMT
priviledged -> privileged
prefered -> preferred
Signed-off-by: Loic Dachary <loic <at> dachary.org>
docs/source/siteadmin/deploying.rst | 10 +++++-----
1 file changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)
diff --git a/docs/source/siteadmin/deploying.rst b/docs/source/siteadmin/deploying.rst
index 446dd46..9f0ba15 100644
<at> <at> -155,7 +155,7 <at> <at> Drop Privileges for MediaGoblin
MediaGoblin does not require special permissions or elevated
access to run. As such, the preferred way to run MediaGoblin is to
create a dedicated, unprivileged system user for the sole purpose of running
-MediaGoblin. Running MediaGoblin processes under an unpriviledged system user
+MediaGoblin. Running MediaGoblin processes under an unprivileged system user
helps to keep it more secure.
The following command (entered as root or with sudo) will create a
<at> <at> -195,11 +195,11 <at> <at> Create a MediaGoblin Directory
You should create a working directory for MediaGoblin. This document
assumes your local git repository will be located at
-Substitute your prefered local deployment path as needed.
+Substitute your preferred local deployment path as needed.
Setting up the working directory requires that we first create the directory
with elevated priviledges, and then assign ownership of the directory
-to the unpriviledged system account.
+to the unprivileged system account.
To do this, enter the following command, changing the defaults to suit your
particular requirements. On a Debian-based platform you will enter this::
<at> <at> -213,7 +213,7 <at> <at> On an RPM-based distribution, enter this command::
Unless otherwise noted, the remainder of this document assumes that all
- operations are performed using this unpriviledged account.
+ operations are performed using this unprivileged account.
Install MediaGoblin and Virtualenv
<at> <at> -353,7 +353,7 <at> <at> test the deployment with the following command::
You should be able to connect to the machine on port 6543 in your
browser to confirm that the service is operable.
-The next series of commands will need to be run as a priviledged user. Type
+The next series of commands will need to be run as a privileged user. Type
exit to return to the root/sudo account.::
Loïc Dachary, Artisan Logiciel Libre
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