It's a study guide. I was looking for practice guide.
The guide by Thanissaro is
a practice guide. Did you bother to read it? From the Introduction:
This study guide on stream entry is divided into two parts. The first deals with the practices leading to stream entry; the second, with the experience of stream entry and its results.
The practices leading to stream entry are encapsulated in four factors:
Association with people of integrity is a factor for stream-entry.
Listening to the true Dhamma is a factor for stream-entry.
Appropriate attention is a factor for stream-entry.
Practice in accordance with the Dhamma is a factor for stream-entry.
— SN 55.5
You might want to, you know, actually read
the first section, the one describing "the practices leading to stream entry". It contains the Buddha's own instructions on how to cultivate each of the four factors listed above.
When you say "practice guide", I'm assuming you mean that you wanted a step by step meditation manual. There are plenty of those all over the internet, and if you were paying attention you'd have noticed that several have already been linked to in this thread.
If you are serious about attaining Stream Entry, you'll probably want to find a qualified teacher, learn meditation from them in person. You will also most likely find going on retreat conducive to attaining that goal.
I will say that asking one-liner questions on an internet forum is probably no way to get there. And frankly, you could have found all of the information provided here by doing a simple internet search, and judging from your reactions to the material presented you haven't even bothered to read what has been shared here. If you can't even put forth the effort to do your own research and read the materials others provide you, how do you expect to attain anything at all?