Considerations/Goals: A. Maintain plaintext readability for reading from the CLI; avoid syntactic clutter. B. Address issues/differences/features of Github's own "Github Flavored Markdown". (Things that work with normal Markdown don't work the same with Github Markdown. Re-worked Markdown usage through testing on Github.) Changes Made: 1. Github Flavored Markdown http://github.github.com/github-flavored-markdown/ automatically converts links, so bracketed/parenthesized http://URLs are unnecessary. 2. Converted sections of text that were over 80 columns wide to be contained within 80 columns via hard line breaks for plaintext readability in any console environment. 3. Changed # and ## style heading level 1 and heading level 2 into ==== and ---- style Markdown headings for easier readability as a plaintext. 4. Removed superfluous URLs for Ubuntu and Linux Mint. (URLs that are directly related to the project or that are part of explicit download/instructional steps are important, but these URLs were not used as such. 5. Double line spacing before headings and between horizontal rules; single line spacing between everything else. Notes: * This commit was just a general formatting clean-up. * Content hasn't (significantly) been changed; only formatting. Content review and any subsequent changes can be done at a later commit. * irc://URL not detected by Github automatically. (Although, I don't want to clutter up the plaintext readability of the document with brackets/parenthesis.) * Derived/revised from sj4nz's work on converting the README to README.md.
…proved the conf file generation.
…altime clock patch.
… as root before startup.
…at could be caused by running a traceroute using mtr to a nonexistant address.