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@@ -91,8 +91,8 @@ parameters for port forwarding the 'back channel'
=item *
-sally's login script on 'pluto' invoked C<bcvi> to unpack the environment and set
-up the required authentication key
+Sally's login script on 'pluto' invoked C<bcvi> to unpack the environment and
+set up the required authentication key
=item *
@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ L<"INSTALLATION"> below.
=head2 Example 2
-Our friend 'sally' is logged on to the server 'pluto' and is trying to configure
+Our friend Sally is logged on to the server 'pluto' and is trying to configure
the 'Acme CRM' package. She explores the filesystem and locates a useful file
in the documentation directory:
@@ -125,8 +125,8 @@ in the documentation directory:
sally@pluto:acmecrm$ bcp manual.pdf
In the final command above, Sally used the C<bcp> command to copy the PDF file
-back to the desktop on her workstation. Then she simply double-clicked the
-file to open it in her PDF viewer.
+back to the desktop on her workstation. Then she was able to simply
+double-click the desktop icon to open it in her PDF viewer.
=head2 How Example 2 Worked
@@ -151,7 +151,7 @@ to restore a database dump. This will take some time and Sally has other
things to get on with so she kicks off this command (actually, two commands
separated by a semicolon):
- sally@pluto:~$ pg_restore -d acmecrm crm.pgdump; bnotify "DB is restored!"
+ sally@pluto:~$ pg_restore -d acmecrm crm.pgdump; bnotify 'DB is restored!'
Sally then minimises her shell/ssh window and gets on with some other important
work. Some minutes later, a desktop notification window pops up on her screen:

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