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Fix admin link

Bob Mottram 2 months ago
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       <p class="doctext"><b>11.</b> Open a web browser which is <b>not</b> a Tor browser and navigate to <a href="http://freedombone/admin">http://freedombone/admin</a>, or if that doesn't work then try <a href="http://freedombone.local/admin">http://freedombone.local/admin</a>. If your new server isn't named "freedombone" on your local network then log into your internet router and see what local name or local IP address it has been assigned. If all else fails then navigate to <b>[server local IP]/admin</b>.</p>
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-      <p class="doctext">Congratulations! You are now ready to <a href="begin setting up the server and installing apps">https://freedombone.net/admin.html</a></a>. You will need (if you don't use the onion-only version) to have purchased a <a href="domains.html">domain name</a>, and have a dynamic DNS account or equivalent arrangement so that the server domain name is resolvable from the wider internet. If you use the version which only uses onion addresses, you don't need to buy a domain name or set up dynamic DNS as your freedombone sever will be reachable through the Tor network and having assigned an [address].onion url.</p>
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+      <p class="doctext">Congratulations! You are now ready to <a href="https://freedombone.net/admin.html">begin setting up the server and installing apps</a>. You will need (if you don't use the onion-only version) to have purchased a <a href="domains.html">domain name</a>, and have a dynamic DNS account or equivalent arrangement so that the server domain name is resolvable from the wider internet. If you use the version which only uses onion addresses, you don't need to buy a domain name or set up dynamic DNS as your freedombone sever will be reachable through the Tor network and having assigned an [address].onion url.</p>
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       <p class="doctext"><b>12.</b> Open a web browser which is <b>not</b> a Tor browser and navigate to <a href="http://freedombone/admin">http://freedombone/admin</a>, or if that doesn't work then try <a href="http://freedombone.local/admin">http://freedombone.local/admin</a>. If your new server isn't named "freedombone" on your local network then log into your internet router and see what local name it has been assigned. If all else fails then navigate to <b>[server local IP]/admin</b>.</p>
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-      <p class="doctext">Congratulations! You are now ready to <a href="begin setting up the server and installing apps">https://freedombone.net/admin.html</a></a>. You will need (if you don't use the onion-only version) to have purchased a <a href="domains.html">domain name</a>, and have a dynamic DNS account or equivalent arrangement so that the server domain name is resolvable from the wider internet. If you use the version which only uses onion addresses, you don't need to buy a domain name or set up dynamic DNS as your freedombone sever will be reachable through the Tor network and having assigned an [address].onion url.</p>
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+      <p class="doctext">Congratulations! You are now ready to <a href="https://freedombone.net/admin.html">begin setting up the server and installing apps</a>. You will need (if you don't use the onion-only version) to have purchased a <a href="domains.html">domain name</a>, and have a dynamic DNS account or equivalent arrangement so that the server domain name is resolvable from the wider internet. If you use the version which only uses onion addresses, you don't need to buy a domain name or set up dynamic DNS as your freedombone sever will be reachable through the Tor network and having assigned an [address].onion url.</p>
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       <p class="subheadertext">Freedom as a business model</p>
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