[ARVADOS] updated: 4805adc6c1f02d19bd9a31e0ef58013b22a05527

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Summary of changes:
 doc/install/install-api-server.html.textile.liquid    | 2 +-
 doc/install/install-workbench-app.html.textile.liquid | 2 +-
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commit 4805adc6c1f02d19bd9a31e0ef58013b22a05527
Author: Brett Smith <brett at curoverse.com>
Date:   Fri Jan 1 15:26:22 2016 -0500

    8014: Add #configure anchors to API server and Workbench install guides.
    Package postinst scripts will use these to point people to the right
    places in the documentation to read what steps they need to take
    manually.  The SSO server docs+package already follow this
    convention.  Refs #8014.

diff --git a/doc/install/install-api-server.html.textile.liquid b/doc/install/install-api-server.html.textile.liquid
index 69ff768..20a8a97 100644
--- a/doc/install/install-api-server.html.textile.liquid
+++ b/doc/install/install-api-server.html.textile.liquid
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ On a Red Hat-based system, install the following packages:
 {% include 'install_git' %}
-h2. Set up the database
+h2(#configure). Set up the database
 Generate a new database password. Nobody ever needs to memorize it or type it, so we'll make a strong one:
diff --git a/doc/install/install-workbench-app.html.textile.liquid b/doc/install/install-workbench-app.html.textile.liquid
index d05d94d..f82a5b0 100644
--- a/doc/install/install-workbench-app.html.textile.liquid
+++ b/doc/install/install-workbench-app.html.textile.liquid
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ The Workbench server package uses configuration files that you write to @/etc/ar
-h2. Configure Workbench
+h2(#configure). Configure Workbench
 Edit @/etc/arvados/workbench/application.yml@ following the instructions below.  The deployment script will consistently deploy this to Workbench's configuration directory.  Workbench reads both @application.yml@ and its own @config/application.defaults.yml@ file.  Values in @application.yml@ take precedence over the defaults that are defined in @config/application.defaults.yml at .  The @config/application.yml.example@ file is not read by Workbench and is provided for installation convenience only.



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