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Re: Some words are lost in tcpdump manual
Thanks for your reply!
BTW, I think there is another typo in tcpdump manual
> a number and an interface name, possibly followed by a text
description of the interface, is printed.
I think it should be:
> a number and an interface name, ...., are printed.
I submitted bug report before
but seems no one responded.
On 2020/2/17 6:50 AM, David H. Gutteridge wrote:
> On Sun, 16 Feb 2020 at 22:33:06 +0800, Nan Xiao(肖楠) wrote:
>> When I read tcpdump manual, I came across following words:
>> On platforms that support the SIGINFO signal, such as most BSDs
>> (including Mac OS X) and Digital/Tru64 UNIX, it will report those
>> counts when it receives a SIGINFO signal (generated, for example, by
>> typing your ``status'' character, typically control-T)
>> SIGUSR1 signal. and will continue capturing packets.
>> I checked the source code
>> and found some words are lost.
>> Could you help to check it? Thanks very much in advance!
> This happened because there were some phrases commented out that don't
> apply to NetBSD. After some iterations of merges, an extra line "SIGUSR1
> signal" that should also have been commented out was left in. It should
> end with "typically control-T) and will continue capturing packets."
> I've edited the file on CVS HEAD to change the phrase. (And uwe@ has
> fixed the formatting problem that was adding the unnecessary empty
> lines in between.)
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