Commit b80f31e1 authored by Dan Williams's avatar Dan Williams

trivial: typo fixes

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parent 6f2aa8a8
......@@ -1317,7 +1317,7 @@
2008-09-30 Dan Williams <dcbw@redhat.com>
* src/NetworkManagerPolicy.c
- (lookup_thread_worker): don't store the idle handler ID becuase the
- (lookup_thread_worker): don't store the idle handler ID because the
idle handler could have already run and freed the LookupThread
structure
......@@ -8391,7 +8391,7 @@
internally; clients should provide a setting that applies to
the device with 'autoconnect: True'. Problem was that these
internally auto-created connections don't have a proxy or service
name becuase they weren't created by a settings daemon, and therefore
name because they weren't created by a settings daemon, and therefore
clients have no idea what to do with them.
2007-10-03 Dan Williams <dcbw@redhat.com>
......@@ -9794,7 +9794,7 @@
* libnm-glib/nm-settings.c
libnm-glib/nm-settings.h
- make the dbus path a property of the object, and autogenerate it.
It can't be composed of the 'id' field becuase that's not available
It can't be composed of the 'id' field because that's not available
yet during the GObject creation in nm_connection_settings_init()
2007-08-29 Dan Williams <dcbw@redhat.com>
......
......@@ -66,11 +66,11 @@ those drivers that are shipped with the upstream Linux kernel, because only
those drivers can be easily fixed and debugged. ndiswrapper, vendor binary
drivers, or other out-of-tree drivers may or may not work well with
NetworkManager, precisely because they have not been vetted and improved by the
open-source community, and becuase problems in these drivers usually cannot
open-source community, and because problems in these drivers usually cannot
be fixed.
Sometimes, command-line tools like 'iwconfig' will work, but NetworkManager will
fail. This is again often due to buggy drivers, becuase these drivers simply
fail. This is again often due to buggy drivers, because these drivers simply
aren't expecting the dynamic requests that NetworkManager and wpa_supplicant
make. Driver bugs should be filed in the bug tracker of the distribution being
run, since often distributions customize their kernel and drivers.
......
......@@ -1165,7 +1165,7 @@ nm_device_update_description (NMDevice *device)
* vendor and device ID information off it.
*/
/* Ref the device again becuase we have to unref it each iteration,
/* Ref the device again because we have to unref it each iteration,
* as g_udev_device_get_parent() returns a ref-ed object.
*/
tmpdev = g_object_ref (udev_device);
......
......@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ merge_dhclient_config (const char *iface,
}
/* If the client ID is just hex digits and : then don't use quotes,
* becuase dhclient expects either a quoted ASCII string, or a byte
* because dhclient expects either a quoted ASCII string, or a byte
* array formated as hex octets separated by :
*/
if (is_octets)
......
......@@ -3767,7 +3767,7 @@ nm_device_state_changed (NMDevice *device,
case NM_DEVICE_STATE_UNAVAILABLE:
/* If the device can activate now (ie, it's got a carrier, the supplicant
* is active, or whatever) schedule a delayed transition to DISCONNECTED
* to get things rolling. The device can't transition immediately becuase
* to get things rolling. The device can't transition immediately because
* we can't change states again from the state handler for a variety of
* reasons.
*/
......@@ -3788,7 +3788,7 @@ nm_device_state_changed (NMDevice *device,
case NM_DEVICE_STATE_FAILED:
nm_log_warn (LOGD_DEVICE, "Activation (%s) failed.", nm_device_get_iface (device));
/* Schedule the transition to DISCONNECTED. The device can't transition
* immediately becuase we can't change states again from the state
* immediately because we can't change states again from the state
* handler for a variety of reasons.
*/
priv->failed_to_disconnected_id = g_idle_add (failed_to_disconnected, device);
......
......@@ -1877,7 +1877,7 @@ parse_wpa_psk (shvarFile *ifcfg,
char *psk = NULL, *p, *hashed = NULL;
gboolean quoted = FALSE;
/* Passphrase must be between 10 and 66 characters in length becuase WPA
/* Passphrase must be between 10 and 66 characters in length because WPA
* hex keys are exactly 64 characters (no quoting), and WPA passphrases
* are between 8 and 63 characters (inclusive), plus optional quoting if
* the passphrase contains spaces.
......
......@@ -802,7 +802,7 @@ typedef struct {
void (*parser) (NMSetting *setting, const char *key, GKeyFile *keyfile);
} KeyParser;
/* A table of keys that require further parsing/conversion becuase they are
/* A table of keys that require further parsing/conversion because they are
* stored in a format that can't be automatically read using the key's type.
* i.e. IPv4 addresses, which are stored in NetworkManager as guint32, but are
* stored in keyfiles as strings, eg "10.1.1.2" or IPv6 addresses stored
......
......@@ -503,7 +503,7 @@ typedef struct {
void (*writer) (GKeyFile *keyfile, NMSetting *setting, const char *key, const GValue *value);
} KeyWriter;
/* A table of keys that require further parsing/conversion becuase they are
/* A table of keys that require further parsing/conversion because they are
* stored in a format that can't be automatically read using the key's type.
* i.e. IPv4 addresses, which are stored in NetworkManager as guint32, but are
* stored in keyfiles as strings, eg "10.1.1.2" or IPv6 addresses stored
......
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