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docs: fix formating and capitalization



Signed-off-by: Nicolas Froger's avatarNicolas Froger <nico@cri.epita.fr>
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...@@ -16,10 +16,10 @@ students to: ...@@ -16,10 +16,10 @@ students to:
You can access this account with your `@epita.fr` email address. You can access this account with your `@epita.fr` email address.
Your bocal password cannot be changed manually but it can be regenerated on the Your Bocal password cannot be changed manually but it can be regenerated on the
[Bocal intranet](http://console.bocal.org/#/profile). [Bocal intranet](http://console.bocal.org/#/profile).
## Epita ## EPITA
Every EPITA student is given a CRI account. It serves purposes such as: Every EPITA student is given a CRI account. It serves purposes such as:
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...@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ It is possible to retrieve initial configuration in the folder : `/afs/cri.epita ...@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ It is possible to retrieve initial configuration in the folder : `/afs/cri.epita
## Access AFS folder of an other user ## Access AFS folder of an other user
If you know the login and password of an user, you can access his afs folder from another session. It might be useful, for instance, if you can't log in your session because of corrupted config files and want to edit them using the anonym epita account. If you know the login and password of an user, you can access his afs folder from another session. It might be useful, for instance, if you can't log in your session because of corrupted config files and want to edit them using the anonym `epita` account.
To get the rights to edit the content of the afs folder of an user called `login`, you shall follow this process : To get the rights to edit the content of the afs folder of an user called `login`, you shall follow this process :
...@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@ If the user has a login of the form `firstname.lastname` (logins for new users s ...@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@ If the user has a login of the form `firstname.lastname` (logins for new users s
You can then execute `cd /afs/cri.epita.fr/user/l/lo/login/u/`, read and edit the content of `login`'s afs folder. You can then execute `cd /afs/cri.epita.fr/user/l/lo/login/u/`, read and edit the content of `login`'s afs folder.
If you are using the anonym epita account, do not forget to execute `unlog && destroy` to destroy the token before logging out (alternatively, you may shutdown the computer). If you are using the anonym `epita` account, do not forget to execute `unlog && destroy` to destroy the token before logging out (alternatively, you may shutdown the computer).
...@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@ ...@@ -3,4 +3,4 @@
If you find an error on our documentation or find that a useful page is If you find an error on our documentation or find that a useful page is
missing, please create an issue or a merge request on our missing, please create an issue or a merge request on our
[epita-doc](https://gitlab.cri.epita.fr/cri/documentation/epita-doc) GitLab [epita-doc](https://gitlab.cri.epita.fr/cri/documentation/epita-doc) GitLab
repository repository.
...@@ -9,14 +9,15 @@ OpenSSH provides a tool called `ssh-keygen` to generate and modify key pairs. ...@@ -9,14 +9,15 @@ OpenSSH provides a tool called `ssh-keygen` to generate and modify key pairs.
You can learn more about its options by running `man 1 ssh-keygen`. You can learn more about its options by running `man 1 ssh-keygen`.
A key pair is composed of a private key (without extension by default) and a A key pair is composed of a private key (without extension by default) and a
public key (.pub by default). public key (`.pub` by default).
To generate a key pair, you can use: To generate a key pair, you can use:
```bash ```bash
ssh-keygen -a 100 -t ed25519 ssh-keygen -a 100 -t ed25519
``` ```
/!\ It is not recommended to generate a private key without passphrase. !!! warning
It is not recommended to generate a private key without a passphrase.
## Pushing your public key ## Pushing your public key
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# Home # Home
## Epita documentation ## EPITA documentation
This site has for purpose to provide EPITA students a documentation regarding This site has for purpose to provide EPITA students a documentation regarding
IT tools at school. It is, for now, far from being complete, but it will be IT tools at school. It is, for now, far from being complete, but it will be
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# News # News
Newsgroups are the only official way of communication of Epita. Newsgroups are the only official way of communication of EPITA.
## Accessibility ## Accessibility
* server: news.cri.epita.fr * Server: news.cri.epita.fr
* port: 563/tcp * Port: 563/tcp
* authentication: use your CRI credentials * Authentication: use your CRI credentials
* connection security: `SSL / TLS` * Connection security: `SSL / TLS`
The NNTP client should be used as followed: Recommanded NNTP clients are the following:
* slrn * slrn
* thunderbird * thunderbird
## Slrn ## slrn
A tutorial is available [here](http://canartichaut.kawie.fr/essentiel-configuration-slrn/). A tutorial is available [here](http://canartichaut.kawie.fr/essentiel-configuration-slrn/)
(in french).
...@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ their projects. ...@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ their projects.
The images are loaded in the memory. Which means that the entirety of the The images are loaded in the memory. Which means that the entirety of the
modifications made outside of the AFS folders are lost on reboot. modifications made outside of the AFS folders are lost on reboot.
## Epita account ## EPITA account
A [CRI account](accounts.md), without any password, is available at any moment A [CRI account](accounts.md), without any password, is available at any moment
The login is `epita`. It allows one to quickly log in on a computer, even The login is `epita`. It allows one to quickly log in on a computer, even
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...@@ -3,31 +3,30 @@ ...@@ -3,31 +3,30 @@
Students have an open access to WiFi connection at school. EPITA provides two Students have an open access to WiFi connection at school. EPITA provides two
differents networks with various specifications detailled below. differents networks with various specifications detailled below.
```nohighlight !!! note
Your Bocal logins are required to connect to the WiFi network. Your Bocal logins are required to connect to the WiFi network.
```
## IONIS ## IONIS
The IONIS WiFi hotspot **requires a 5 Ghz WiFi card**. The IONIS WiFi is The `IONIS` WiFi hotspot **requires a 5 GHz WiFi card**. The `IONIS` WiFi is
recommended as it provides a faster and more stable connection. recommended as it provides a faster and more stable connection.
To connect on IONIS, follow these steps: To connect on `IONIS`, follow these steps:
1. Connect to the IONIS WiFi hotspot 1. Connect to the `IONIS` WiFi hotspot
2. You will be asked for your logins. You need to log with your epita's email address and *Bocal*'s password. 2. You will be asked for your logins. You need to log with your EPITA email address and *Bocal* password.
## Archlinux configuration ## Arch Linux configuration
This section assumes you want to connect to the IONIS WiFi on an Archlinux This section assumes you want to connect to the IONIS WiFi on an Arch Linux
distribution, and have an activated WiFi interface. distribution, and have an activated WiFi interface.
To get the name of your WiFi interface you can type: `$ iw dev`. To get the name of your WiFi interface you can type: `$ iw dev`.
This configuration is using **netctl**, a profile-based network manager This configuration is using **netctl**, a profile-based network manager
for Archlinux. for Arch Linux.
Thus, you will have to configure a network _profile_. A simple profile is Thus, you will have to configure a network _profile_. A simple profile is
presented below. For more information, please visit the presented below. For more information, please visit the
[Archlinux wiki on netctl](https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/netctl). [Arch Linux wiki on netctl](https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/netctl).
1. Create a file in `/etc/netctl/`. Its name should be self-explanatory. 1. Create a file in `/etc/netctl/`. Its name should be self-explanatory.
A good name would be \<interface\>-IONIS. A good name would be \<interface\>-IONIS.
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...@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ nav: ...@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ nav:
- CRI VM: 'cri_vm.md' - CRI VM: 'cri_vm.md'
- Disk/USB Installation: 'bare-metal.md' - Disk/USB Installation: 'bare-metal.md'
- Accounts: - Accounts:
- Cri and Bocal accounts: 'accounts.md' - CRI and Bocal accounts: 'accounts.md'
- Recover and modify passwords: 'passwords.md' - Recover and modify passwords: 'passwords.md'
- Machines Room rules: 'charte.pdf' - Machines Room rules: 'charte.pdf'
- Contributing: - Contributing:
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