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misc/48597: Misspellings in man pages
>Synopsis: Misspellings in man pages.
>Arrival-Date: Thu Feb 13 15:55:00 +0000 2014
>Originator: Rich Neswold
>Release: NetBSD 6.1.2_PATCH
System: NetBSD 6.1.2_PATCH (FIRUS) #5: Thu Dec 5 09:27:02 CST 2013
I found a few misspellings in the config(5) man pages.
Read the man pages for config(5) and console.sample(5).
The fixes are attached:
@@ -262,11 +262,11 @@
argument has the latest prefix popped out.
argument is either absolute or relative to the current defined prefix, which
-defaults to the top of ther kernel source tree.
+defaults to the top of the kernel source tree.
.It Ic ifdef Ar attribute
.It Ic ifndef Ar attribute
.It Ic elifdef Ar attribute
.It Ic elifndef Ar attribute
.It Ic else
@@ -70,11 +70,11 @@
Unlike the PCI bus, the ISA bus cannot discover the devices that are present on
The driver has to try accessing the device in order to discover it.
That implies locators must be specified to some extent: a driver would
usually need the base address of the device, some need the IRQ line that the
-device is configured to use, thoug some others would just try a set of known
+device is configured to use, though some others would just try a set of known
values, at the risk of badly interacting with other devices on the bus.
.Ss Hard-wiring kernel configuration
This technique consists in specifying exactly the location of the devices on a
In the general case it has very little use, because it does not change the size
@@ -182,11 +182,11 @@
.Bd -literal -offset indent
no device at isa0
.Ss Interface attributes
.Em Interface attributes
-are a subtility of
+are a subtlety of
.Xr config 1
.Xr autoconf 9 ,
which often confuses users and utilities that parse
.Xr dmesg 8
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