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    58     58   <li>
    59     59   <a href="http://www.centos.org/docs/5/html/CD_burning_howto.html">CD burning instructions from CentOS</a>
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    61     61   </ul>
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    63     63   <h2>How to download source code</h2>
    64     64   <p>
    65         -RCL source code is managed by <a href="http://code.rogueclass.org/rcl/wiki/fossil">fossil SCM</a> and mirrored to <a href="https://bitbucket.org/bencollver/rcl">BitBucket</a>.  You have two options to download the source code: web-based or command-line.  Both options are described below.
           65  +RCL source code is managed by <a href="http://rogueclass.org:8080/wiki/fossil">fossil SCM</a> and mirrored to <a href="https://bitbucket.org/bencollver/rcl">BitBucket</a>.  You have two options to download the source code: web-based or command-line.  Both options are described below.
    66     66   </p>
    67         -<p>Download RCL source code in your web browser using <a href="https://bitbucket.org/bencollver/rcl/downloads">BitBucket</a> or view it in the <a href="http://code.rogueclass.org/rcl/dir?ci=tip&type=tree">Files</a> tab above.</p>
           67  +<p>Download RCL source code in your web browser using <a href="https://bitbucket.org/bencollver/rcl/downloads">BitBucket</a> or view it in the <a href="http://rogueclass.org:8080/dir?ci=tip&type=tree">Files</a> tab above.</p>
    68     68   <p>Download RCL source code at the command-line, using the instructions below.</p>
    69     69   <ul>
    70     70   <li>Install <a href="http://fossil-scm.org/">fossil SCM</a></li>
    71     71   <li>Open a command shell</li>
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    73     73   Clone the source code repository with the following command.
    74     74   <pre>
    75         -fossil clone http://code.rogueclass.org/rcl rcl.fsl > creds.txt
           75  +fossil clone http://rogueclass.org:8080 rcl.fsl > creds.txt
    76     76   </pre>
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    78     78   <li>
    79     79   Create a working directory.
    80     80   <pre>
    81     81   mkdir rcl
    82     82   cd rcl