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Remove manpage-escape-dash.patch, applied upstream
Christoph Biedl 2 years ago
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debian/patches/manpage-escape-dash.patch

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-Description: Added fixes for typical confusion hyphen <-> minus sign.
-Author: David Martínez Moreno <ender@debian.org> (presumably)
-Date: 2007-04-08
-Last-Update: 2015-07-29
-
---- a/vblade.8
-+++ b/vblade.8
-@@ -35,39 +35,39 @@
- .SS Options
- .TP
- \fB-b\fP
--The -b flag takes an argument, the advertised buffer count, specifying
-+The \-b flag takes an argument, the advertised buffer count, specifying
- the maximum number of outstanding messages the server can queue for
- processing.
- .TP
- \fB-d\fP
--The -d flag selects O_DIRECT mode for accessing the underlying block
-+The \-d flag selects O_DIRECT mode for accessing the underlying block
- device.
- .TP
- \fB-s\fP
--The -s flag selects O_SYNC mode for accessing the underlying block
-+The \-s flag selects O_SYNC mode for accessing the underlying block
- device, so all writes are committed to disk before returning to the
- client.
- .TP
- \fB-r\fP
--The -r flag restricts the export of the device to be read-only.
-+The \-r flag restricts the export of the device to be read-only.
- .TP
- \fB-m\fP
--The -m flag takes an argument, a comma separated list of MAC addresses
-+The \-m flag takes an argument, a comma separated list of MAC addresses
- permitted access to the vblade.  A MAC address can be specified in upper
- or lower case, with or without colons.
- .TP
- \fB-o\fP
--The -o flag takes an argument, the number of sectors at the beginning
-+The \-o flag takes an argument, the number of sectors at the beginning
- of the exported file that are excluded from AoE export (default zero).
- .TP
- \fB-l\fP
--The -l flag takes an argument, the number of sectors to export.
-+The \-l flag takes an argument, the number of sectors to export.
- Defaults to the file size in sectors minus the offset.
- .SH EXAMPLE
- In this example, the root user on a host named
- .I nai
- exports a file named "3TB" to the LAN on eth0 using AoE shelf address 11
--and slot address 1.  The process runs in the foreground.  Using 
-+and slot address 1.  The process runs in the foreground.  Using
- .I vbladed
- would have resulted in the process running as a daemon in the
- background.

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debian/patches/series

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-manpage-escape-dash.patch
 makefile-additional-cleaning.patch
 vblade-check-params.patch
 hardening-build.patch