Commit 436e2b42 authored by Robert Ricci's avatar Robert Ricci

Remove more dead internal links

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...@@ -63,17 +63,6 @@ sort of ``assembly language''---something it's best not to edit yourself, but ...@@ -63,17 +63,6 @@ sort of ``assembly language''---something it's best not to edit yourself, but
as manipulate with other tools or create as a ``compiled'' target from a as manipulate with other tools or create as a ``compiled'' target from a
higher-level language. higher-level language.
That said, the tools for manipulating RSpecs are still incomplete. (For a
preview of @(tb)'s plans in this regard, see our section on
@seclink["planned-easier-profiles"]{planned profile creation features}.) So,
there are still some cases in which it is unfortunately useful to look at or
manipulate RSpecs directly.
@(under-construction)
@italic{Still to come: documentation of @(tb)'s extensions to the RSpec format.}
@section[#:tag "public-ip-access"]{Public IP Access} @section[#:tag "public-ip-access"]{Public IP Access}
@(tb) treats publicly-routable IP addresses as an allocatable resource. @(tb) treats publicly-routable IP addresses as an allocatable resource.
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...@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ When copying a profile, remember that the disk images of a currently running exp ...@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ When copying a profile, remember that the disk images of a currently running exp
to tell them where the code and data can be found, what scripts they to tell them where the code and data can be found, what scripts they
might want to run, etc. Again, @seclink["markdown"]{Markdown} is allowed. might want to run, etc. Again, @seclink["markdown"]{Markdown} is allowed.
The ``Steps'' section allows you to create a @seclink["tours"]{tour} of your The ``Steps'' section allows you to create a ``tour'' of your
profile, which is displayed after a user creates an experiment with it. profile, which is displayed after a user creates an experiment with it.
This feature is mostly useful if your profile contains more than one This feature is mostly useful if your profile contains more than one
node, and you wish to explain to the user what the purpose of each node node, and you wish to explain to the user what the purpose of each node
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