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docs.installation: renamed 'ubuntu_12-04' to 'ubuntu_debian'.

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 and OS-agnostic thus possible issues will be related to the requirements [4].
 
 [1] http://ars-project.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation/
-[2] http://ars-project.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation/ubuntu_12-04.html
+[2] http://ars-project.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation/ubuntu_debian.html
 [3] http://ars-project.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation/windows.html
 [4] http://ars-project.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installation/prerequisites.html
 

File docs/sphinx/source/installation/index.rst

 ARS itself is really easy to install :) but some of its :ref:`prerequisites`
 are not :( , depending on which operating system is used.
 The best option is Ubuntu, specially its 12.04 (i.e. *Precise Pangolin*)
-version. For that, follow the instructions in :ref:`ubuntu_12-04`.
+version. For that, follow the instructions in :ref:`ubuntu_debian`.
 If you have another version of Ubuntu, steps may be the same or very similar.
 For other Linux distros, the steps regarding ``apt-get`` will probably change.
 
 
    prerequisites
    standard
-   ubuntu_12-04
+   ubuntu_debian
    windows
    troubleshooting
 

File docs/sphinx/source/installation/ubuntu_12-04.rst

-
-.. _ubuntu_12-04:
-
-Ubuntu & Debian
-========================================
-
-`Ubuntu <http://www.ubuntu.com/>`_ and `Debian <http://www.debian.org/>`_
-are distributions ('distros') of GNU/Linux (a.k.a. Linux).
-
-.. note::
-   Ubuntu is Debian-based thus they share much code and packages.
-
-**For these OSs, the complete list of steps is available**
-(and has been thoroughly checked), including ODE's compilation and
-installation, which are the major obstacles in the process and may scare
-users unaccustomed to the command line and software compilation.
-
-Ubuntu 12.04
---------------------
-Ubuntu's latest long-term-support release is
-`12.04 (a.k.a. Precise Pangolin) <https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-help/>`_
-and was published on April, 2012.
-
-Run the following commands in sequence and you'll have ARS ready to go.
-They are grouped as: a) Python basic packages, b) VTK, c) ODE, d) ARS::
-
-   sudo apt-get install python-dev python-support python-pip
-   sudo apt-get install python-numpy cython
-
-   sudo apt-get install libvtk5.8 python-vtk
-
-   sudo apt-get install autoconf automake libtool g++
-   wget https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/opende/ODE/0.12/ode-0.12.tar.bz2
-   tar xf ode-0.12.tar.bz2
-   cd ode-0.12/
-   ./configure --enable-double-precision --with-trimesh=opcode --enable-new-trimesh --enable-shared
-   make
-   sudo make install
-   cd bindings/python/
-   python setup.py build_ext
-   sudo python setup.py install
-   sudo ldconfig
-
-   sudo pip install ARS
-
-Notice how ODE is the software piece that takes more commands and time to
-install. Fortunately, ARS is the exact opposite.
-
-.. note::
-   Not all users will need to run ``ldconfig`` but it doesn't hurt if you do.
-   See :ref:`ODE Import Error<ode_import_error>` for more information.
-
-
-Debian 7
---------------------
-Debian's next stable version is
-`7 (a.k.a. Wheezy) <http://www.debian.org/releases/wheezy/>`_
-and is about to be released in the first half of 2013. Debian
-`6 (a.k.a. Squeeze) <http://www.debian.org/releases/squeeze/>`_
-had old versions of Python and VTK thus was not considered for these
-'easy install' instructions.
-
-The **required steps are identical** as those above, with one caveat:
-
-.. warning::
-   Debian might not have ``sudo`` available or the OS user might not be in the
-   ``sudo`` group. The solution (you need the root user password)
-   for these is::
-
-      su
-      apt-get install sudo
-      adduser <username> sudo
-      exit
-
-   and then logout and login again.
-
-   An alternative is to replace ``sudo <command>`` with ``su -c '<command>'``.

File docs/sphinx/source/installation/ubuntu_debian.rst

+
+.. _ubuntu_debian:
+
+Ubuntu & Debian
+========================================
+
+`Ubuntu <http://www.ubuntu.com/>`_ and `Debian <http://www.debian.org/>`_
+are distributions ('distros') of GNU/Linux (a.k.a. Linux).
+
+.. note::
+   Ubuntu is Debian-based thus they share much code and packages.
+
+**For these OSs, the complete list of steps is available**
+(and has been thoroughly checked), including ODE's compilation and
+installation, which are the major obstacles in the process and may scare
+users unaccustomed to the command line and software compilation.
+
+Ubuntu 12.04
+--------------------
+Ubuntu's latest long-term-support release is
+`12.04 (a.k.a. Precise Pangolin) <https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-help/>`_
+and was published on April, 2012.
+
+Run the following commands in sequence and you'll have ARS ready to go.
+They are grouped as: a) Python basic packages, b) VTK, c) ODE, d) ARS::
+
+   sudo apt-get install python-dev python-support python-pip
+   sudo apt-get install python-numpy cython
+
+   sudo apt-get install libvtk5.8 python-vtk
+
+   sudo apt-get install autoconf automake libtool g++
+   wget https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/opende/ODE/0.12/ode-0.12.tar.bz2
+   tar xf ode-0.12.tar.bz2
+   cd ode-0.12/
+   ./configure --enable-double-precision --with-trimesh=opcode --enable-new-trimesh --enable-shared
+   make
+   sudo make install
+   cd bindings/python/
+   python setup.py build_ext
+   sudo python setup.py install
+   sudo ldconfig
+
+   sudo pip install ARS
+
+Notice how ODE is the software piece that takes more commands and time to
+install. Fortunately, ARS is the exact opposite.
+
+.. note::
+   Not all users will need to run ``ldconfig`` but it doesn't hurt if you do.
+   See :ref:`ODE Import Error<ode_import_error>` for more information.
+
+
+Debian 7
+--------------------
+Debian's next stable version is
+`7 (a.k.a. Wheezy) <http://www.debian.org/releases/wheezy/>`_
+and is about to be released in the first half of 2013. Debian
+`6 (a.k.a. Squeeze) <http://www.debian.org/releases/squeeze/>`_
+had old versions of Python and VTK thus was not considered for these
+'easy install' instructions.
+
+The **required steps are identical** as those above, with one caveat:
+
+.. warning::
+   Debian might not have ``sudo`` available or the OS user might not be in the
+   ``sudo`` group. The solution (you need the root user password)
+   for these is::
+
+      su
+      apt-get install sudo
+      adduser <username> sudo
+      exit
+
+   and then logout and login again.
+
+   An alternative is to replace ``sudo <command>`` with ``su -c '<command>'``.