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    @@ -9,8 +9,8 @@

    If you are installing Nexus on a server, you might want to use a directory other than your home
    directory. On a Unix machine, this book assumes that Nexus is installed in /usr/local/nexusprofessional-webapp-1.3.6 with a symboli\
    c link /usr/local/nexus to the nexus directory.
    -Using a symbolic link nexus/ to a directory which holds a specific version of Nexus is a common practice
    -which makes it easier to upgrade to a newer version of Nexus.
    +Using a symbolic link nexus/ to a directory that holds a specific version of Nexus is a common practice
    +that makes it easier to upgrade to a newer version of Nexus.

    $ sudo cp nexus-professional-webapp-1.3.6-bundle.tgz /usr/local
    $ cd /usr/local
    @@ -24,7 +24,7 @@

    make it easier to upgrade to a newer version of Nexus.

    2.3. Upgrading Nexus
    -Since Nexus separates it's configuration and data storage from the application, it is easy to upgrade an
    +Since Nexus separates its configuration and data storage from the application, it is easy to upgrade an
    existing Nexus installation. To upgrade Nexus, unpack the Nexus archive in the directory which contains
    the existing Nexus installation. Once the archive is unpacked, the new Nexus application directory
    should be a sibling to your existing sonatype-work/ directory. When you start the new instance of
    @@ -39,7 +39,3 @@

    copy nexus-webapp-1.2.0/runtime/apps/nexus/conf/log4j.properties to
    sonatype-work/nexus/conf/log4j.properties.

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      But the second edit is just an artifact of the turk process

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          Tim O'Brien
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