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authorMartin Arver <martin.arver@gmail.com>2006-10-17 12:18:51 +0000
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@@ -4,14 +4,14 @@
This is the manual for Rockbox. Rockbox is an open source firmware replacement
for a growing number of MP3 players. Rockbox aims to be considerably more
functional and efficient than your device's stock firmware while remaining easy
-to use and customizable. Rockbox is written by users, for users. Not only is it
+to use and customisable. Rockbox is written by users, for users. Not only is it
free to use, it's also released under the GNU public license, which means that
it will always remain free both to use and to change.
-Rockbox has been in development since 2001, and recieves new features, tweaks
+Rockbox has been in development since 2001, and receives new features, tweaks
and fixes each day to provide you with the best possible experience on your MP3
player. A major goal of Rockbox is to be simple and easy to use, yet remain very
-customizable and configurable. We believe that you should never need to go
+customisable and configurable. We believe that you should never need to go
through a series of menus for an action you perform frequently. We also believe
that you should be able to configure almost anything about Rockbox you could
want, pertaining to functionality. Another top priority of Rockbox is audio
@@ -32,14 +32,14 @@ firmware. There is, however, more help available. The Rockbox website at
written by members of the Rockbox community and this should be your first port
of call when looking for further help.
-If you can't find the informations you're searching for on the Rockbox
+If you can't find the information you're searching for on the Rockbox
website there are a number of support channels you should have a look at.
You can try the Rockbox forums located at \url{http://forums.rockbox.org/}.
Another option are the mailing lists which can be found at
\url{http://www.rockbox.org/mail/}. From that page you can subscribe to the
lists and browse the archives. For searching the list archives simply use
the search field that is located on the left side of the web site.
-Also you can ask on IRC. The main channel for rockbox is \texttt{\#rockbox}
+Also you can ask on IRC. The main channel for Rockbox is \texttt{\#rockbox}
on \url{irc://irc.freenode.net}. A bunch of helpful developers and users
are usually around. Just join and ask -- if someone knows the answer you'll
usually get an answer pretty quickly. More information including IRC logs
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ you finding important parts or parts you could skip. The following icons
are used:
\note{This indicates a note. A note starts always with the text ``Note''.
For easier finding of notes we have put this an icon in the margin like
- here. Notes are used to mark informations that could help you
+ here. Notes are used to mark information that could help you
or indicate a possible ``weirdness'' in rockbox that would be explained.
}
\warn{This is a warning. In contrast to notes mentioned above, a warning