Unverified Commit 03403028 authored by anonimal's avatar anonimal
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Moneropedia: fix typos (thanks expez)

Referencing:
 - monero-project/kovri#256
 - #155
parent 2253372f
......@@ -16,15 +16,15 @@ Without an address book, you would be stuck using a @base32-address every time y
Since [DNS](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNS) does not exist on the @I2P network, @Kovri also does **not** use DNS or any sort of @canonically-unique-host resolution. Instead, Kovri pairs a @locally-unique-host to a @base64-address @destination in a @subscription. Once your address book is filled with a @subscription, you can resolve your favorite `.i2p` domain site into a usable @I2P destination.
### Creating an address Book
### Creating an Address Book
By default, your installation will come with a default public @subscription called `hosts.txt` in your @data-directory. When @Kovri starts, it loads this subscription and fetches any other subscriptions you've specified. Once loaded, your address book will be appropriately filled. For details on how to manage subscriptions, see @subscription.
### Updating the address book
### Updating the Address Book
Currently, there are several ways to update your address book:
1. Use a @jump-service to insert into address book
1. Use a @jump-service to insert I2P addresses into you address book
2. Use a @jump-service to copy/paste an address into your private @subscription
3. Manually add or subtract from a private @subscription
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......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ A Canonically-unique host is a [FQDN](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FQDN) that w
### In-depth information
A Canonically-unique host is defined by remote authoritative sources; usually through [DNS](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNS). When resolving a peer's hostname, you will most likely use an external source for resolution unless have the following implemented:
A Canonically-unique host is defined by remote authoritative sources; usually through [DNS](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNS). When resolving a peer's hostname, you will most likely use an external source for resolution unless you have the following implemented:
- a database file similar to a [hosts file](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/etc/hosts)
- an internal-network resolver (which eventually pulls from external sources)
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......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ summary: "A in-net address that serves as a final endpoint (either local or remo
### The Basics
A @destination is the @I2P @in-net address of the final endpoint you are trying to connect to (example: an @I2P website, service, or Monero node). This can also include a *local destination* of which *other* peers need to connect to in order to make contact and communication (similar to how, in @clearnet, your IP address is given to a website when you connect so it knows *where* to send the information back to).
A @destination is the @I2P @in-net address of the final endpoint you are trying to connect to (example: an @I2P website, service, or Monero node). This can also include a *local destination* of which *other* peers need to connect to in order to make contact for communication (similar to how, in @clearnet, your IP address is given to a website when you connect so it knows *where* to send the information back to).
### In-depth Information
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