~brettgilio/orcircd-web

368afb7411bd31a92925c58a4783dddd3274d686 — Brett Gilio 6 months ago ffe3632
Simplify grammar in installation instructions

* site/org/installation.org: Simplify grammar.
1 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

M site/org/installation.org
M site/org/installation.org => site/org/installation.org +10 -10
@@ 8,10 8,10 @@
#+END_EXPORT

There are a plethora of options available for installing =orcircd= to your
favorite operating system / distribution. We strive to provide first-class
support to all of the common GNU glibc or musl-based Linux distributions,
as well as the *BSD operating systems on a /when-possible/ basis. Regardless,
if your operating system / distribution is not listed here, or the package is
favorite operating system / distribution (target platform). We strive to provide
first-class support to all of the common GNU glibc or musl-based Linux
distributions, as well as the *BSD operating systems on a /when-possible/ basis.
Regardless, if your target platform is not listed here, or the package is
out-of-date, you have a series of options on how to proceed (ranked from most
to least preferred).



@@ 20,11 20,11 @@ to least preferred).
- Build from source / use =opam= :: Continue reading...

Generally, we recommend using the package which was built against your
operating system / distribution. These packages are carefully crafted, and take
into account possible defects particular to your operating system /
distribution. If you choose to proceed with a source build / =opam= and
experience a defect, please let us know! If you are targeting Microsoft
Windows or macOS, please read the relevant entry in the [[https://orcircd.org/faq/][FAQ]].
target platform. These packages are carefully crafted, and take into account
possible defects particular to your target platform. If you choose to
proceed with a source build / =opam= and experience a defect, please let us
know! If you are targeting Microsoft Windows or macOS, please read the
relevant entry in the [[https://orcircd.org/faq/][FAQ]].

#+BEGIN_EXPORT HTML
<h3>Source / <code>opam</code></h3>


@@ 64,7 64,7 @@ outlined in [[https://git.sr.ht/~brettgilio/orcircd/tree/master/HACKING.md][HACK
#+END_EXPORT

#+BEGIN_EXPORT HTML
<h3>Guix System GNU/Linux</h3>
<h3>Guix GNU/Linux</h3>
#+END_EXPORT

* COMMENT Local variables