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[Bug 585436] Re: "Wireless connection" inappropriately used on p.41
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Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
"Wireless connection" inappropriately used on p.41
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Status in Ubuntu Manual: Fix Released
Ch. 3, § "Getting online", p. 41 (PDF p. 43)
In order to connect to wireless connection, you must have a working wireless network.
Ignoring the lack of article (a wireless connection) or plural (wireless connections), this is incorrect as "wireless connection" is being used to describe a wireless network, which makes the sentence a statement of the obvious:
In order to connect to a wireless network, you must have a working wireless network.
Suggestion, incorporating rewrites of following sentences:
In order to connect wirelessly, you must be in a location with a working wireless network. To create your own, you will need to buy and install a wireless router or access point, but some locations already have a publicly accessible wireless network established.