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Fix Enlish in the Guide (thanks to Ludovic Bocquet)

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Badlop 2012-02-22 15:40:31 +01:00
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@ -569,19 +569,19 @@ werl -s ejabberd -name ejabberd
%TODO: how to compile database support on windows?
\makesection{initialadmin}{Create a XMPP Account for Administration}
\makesection{initialadmin}{Create an XMPP Account for Administration}
You need a XMPP account and grant him administrative privileges
You need an XMPP account and grant him administrative privileges
to enter the \ejabberd{} Web Admin:
\begin{enumerate}
\item Register a XMPP account on your \ejabberd{} server, for example \term{admin1@example.org}.
There are two ways to register a XMPP account:
\item Register an XMPP account on your \ejabberd{} server, for example \term{admin1@example.org}.
There are two ways to register an XMPP account:
\begin{enumerate}
\item Using \term{ejabberdctl}\ind{ejabberdctl} (see section~\ref{ejabberdctl}):
\begin{verbatim}
ejabberdctl register admin1 example.org FgT5bk3
\end{verbatim}
\item Using a XMPP client and In-Band Registration (see section~\ref{modregister}).
\item Using an XMPP client and In-Band Registration (see section~\ref{modregister}).
\end{enumerate}
\item Edit the \ejabberd{} configuration file to give administration rights to the XMPP account you created:
\begin{verbatim}
@ -3265,7 +3265,7 @@ Module options:
\titem{\{default\_room\_options, [ \{OptionName, OptionValue\}, ...]\}} \ind{options!default\_room\_options}
This module option allows to define the desired default room options.
Note that the creator of a room can modify the options of his room
at any time using a XMPP client with MUC capability.
at any time using an XMPP client with MUC capability.
The available room options and the default values are:
\begin{description}
\titem{\{allow\_change\_subj, true|false\}} Allow occupants to change the subject.
@ -5325,7 +5325,7 @@ See section \ref{erlangconfiguration}.
If you enable \modconfigure\ and \modadhoc,
you can perform several administrative tasks in \ejabberd{}
with a XMPP client.
with an XMPP client.
The client must support Ad-Hoc Commands (\xepref{0050}),
and you must login in the XMPP server with
an account with proper privileges.