[docs] Fixed a typo and s/posix/POSIX/ in cdist-why.rst

Signed-off-by: Jaak Ristioja <jaak@ristioja.ee>
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@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Not only is shell scripting widely known by system engineers,
but it is also a very powerful language. Here are some features
which make daily work easy:
* Configuration can react dynamicly on explored values
* Configuration can react dynamically on explored values
* High level string manipulation (using sed, awk, grep)
* Conditional support (**if, case**)
* Loop support (**for, while**)
@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ Cdist requires very little on a target system. Even better,
in almost all cases all dependencies are usually fulfilled.
Cdist does not require an agent or high level programming
languages on the target host: it will run on any host that
has a **ssh server running** and a posix compatible shell
has a **ssh server running** and a POSIX compatible shell
(**/bin/sh**). Compared to other configuration management systems,
it does not require to open up an additional port.