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This piece is meant to illustrate TDP documentation. This is standard for all TDP syntax in the tutorials and guides.
All shell commands will be indicated by a dollar sign
$, the default symbol of /bin/ksh, which a single-tab indent.
$ run this command
Both file names and paths are in bold, unless it is part of a shell command.
Change to the /usr/ports/mystuff/openbsd-ports/www/tbb/tor-browser directory.
Edit the torrc file.
When base programs are referenced, they are appended with a number, representing the relevant manual page.
That particular manual page can be accessed by typing:
$ man 1 ls
The standard manual page sections are:
1 General commands (tools and utilities).
2 System calls and error numbers.
3f Fortran programmer’s reference guide.
3p perl(1) programmer’s reference guide.
4 Device drivers.
5 File formats.
8 System maintenance and operation commands.
9 Kernel internals.
The standard notation for adding lines is the plus symbol
>+*add this line*
Removing lines is indicated by the minus symbol
>-*remove this line*
After a command is run, there is often expected output that is displayed on the screen which is indicated by italics. In this example, Tor is restarted.
>$ sudo /etc/rc.d/tor restart *tor(ok)* *tor(ok)* $
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