Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of doc/install/gateway

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    2 == Q: What do I need ? == 
    3   A: 
     2==  What do I need ? == 
    43    1. Basic proficiency in a Linux environment 
    54    1. A Linux OS with netfilter compiled into the kernel 
     
    87    1. The latest Wifidog tarball which can be obtained from [http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=102646 SourceForge] 
    98 
    10 == Q: Pre-installation == 
    11   A: This is where a lot of people run into problems, so let's state this in bold: 
     9== Pre-installation == 
     10  This is where a lot of people run into problems, so let's state this in bold: 
    1211 
    1312  '''MAKE SURE EVERYTHING WORKS FIRST BEFORE INTRODUCING Wifidog INTO THE ENVIRONMENT''' 
     
    2625  Do NOT proceed with installing Wifidog until you've satisfied the above. It will not work otherwise and you will waste lots of time. 
    2726 
    28 == Q: Installation == 
    29   A: Wifidog, like many open source projects, is distributed with standard autotools utilities to make installation easy. Unpack the tarball, then follow the standard: 
     27== Installation == 
     28  Wifidog, like many open source projects, is distributed with standard autotools utilities to make installation easy. Unpack the tarball, then follow the standard: 
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    3635 
    37 == Q: Configuration == 
    38   A: Edit /etc/wifidog.conf and follow the instructions in the file. Things should be self-explanatory. 
     36== Configuration == 
     37  Edit /etc/wifidog.conf and follow the instructions in the file. Things should be self-explanatory. 
    3938 
    40 == Q: Running Wifidog for the first time == 
    41   A: Run Wifidog with the following switches: 
     39== Running Wifidog for the first time == 
     40  Run Wifidog with the following switches: 
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    4847 
    49 == Q: Testing == 
    50   A: As a client on the !WiFi network (or whatever interface is configured as the LAN interface in /etc/wifidog.conf), open a web browser and try to browse to your favourite web site. 
     48== Testing == 
     49  As a client on the !WiFi network (or whatever interface is configured as the LAN interface in /etc/wifidog.conf), open a web browser and try to browse to your favourite web site. 
    5150 
    5251  Monitor the output of the running Wifidog to see what it's doing.