Commit a0206a4f authored by Beniamino Galvani's avatar Beniamino Galvani
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man,libnm-core: fix typos

parent b717c550
......@@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ nm_setting_bridge_class_init (NMSettingBridgeClass *setting_class)
**/
/* ---keyfile---
* property: mac-address
* format: ususal hex-digits-and-colons notation
* format: usual hex-digits-and-colons notation
* description: MAC address in traditional hex-digits-and-colons notation,
* or semicolon separated list of 6 decimal bytes (obsolete)
* example: mac-address=00:22:68:12:79:A2
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......@@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ nm_setting_infiniband_class_init (NMSettingInfinibandClass *setting_class)
**/
/* ---keyfile---
* property: mac-address
* format: ususal hex-digits-and-colons notation
* format: usual hex-digits-and-colons notation
* description: MAC address in traditional hex-digits-and-colons notation, or
* or semicolon separated list of 20 decimal bytes (obsolete)
* example: mac-address= 80:00:00:6d:fe:80:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:02:55:00:70:33:cf:01
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......@@ -1004,7 +1004,7 @@ nm_setting_wired_class_init (NMSettingWiredClass *setting_class)
**/
/* ---keyfile---
* property: mac-address
* format: ususal hex-digits-and-colons notation
* format: usual hex-digits-and-colons notation
* description: MAC address in traditional hex-digits-and-colons notation
* (e.g. 00:22:68:12:79:A2), or semicolon separated list of 6 bytes (obsolete)
* (e.g. 0;34;104;18;121;162)
......@@ -1036,7 +1036,7 @@ nm_setting_wired_class_init (NMSettingWiredClass *setting_class)
**/
/* ---keyfile---
* property: cloned-mac-address
* format: ususal hex-digits-and-colons notation
* format: usual hex-digits-and-colons notation
* description: Cloned MAC address in traditional hex-digits-and-colons notation
* (e.g. 00:22:68:12:79:B2), or semicolon separated list of 6 bytes (obsolete)
* (e.g. 0;34;104;18;121;178).
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......@@ -1213,7 +1213,7 @@ nm_setting_wireless_class_init (NMSettingWirelessClass *setting_class)
**/
/* ---keyfile---
* property: mac-address
* format: ususal hex-digits-and-colons notation
* format: usual hex-digits-and-colons notation
* description: MAC address in traditional hex-digits-and-colons notation
* (e.g. 00:22:68:12:79:A2), or semicolon separated list of 6 bytes (obsolete)
* (e.g. 0;34;104;18;121;162).
......@@ -1244,7 +1244,7 @@ nm_setting_wireless_class_init (NMSettingWirelessClass *setting_class)
**/
/* ---keyfile---
* property: cloned-mac-address
* format: ususal hex-digits-and-colons notation
* format: usual hex-digits-and-colons notation
* description: Cloned MAC address in traditional hex-digits-and-colons notation
* (e.g. 00:22:68:12:79:B2), or semicolon separated list of 6 bytes (obsolete)
* (e.g. 0;34;104;18;121;178).
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......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ nm-online \- ask NetworkManager whether the network is connected
is a utility to find out whether we are online. It is done by asking
NetworkManager about its status. When run, \fInm\-online\fP waits until
NetworkManager reports an active connection, or specified timeout expires. On
exit, the returned status code should be checked (see the return codes bellow).
exit, the returned status code should be checked (see the return codes below).
.P
By default NetworkManager waits for IPv4 dynamic addressing to complete but does
not wait for the "auto" IPv6 dynamic addressing. To wait for IPv6 addressing to
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......@@ -266,7 +266,7 @@ DEVICETYPE=TeamPort
<para>
See the next section for detailed mapping of NetworkManager properties and
<emphasis>ifcfg-rh</emphasis> variables. Variable names, format and usage
differences in NetworkManager and initscripts are documented in the tables bellow.
differences in NetworkManager and initscripts are documented in the tables below.
</para>
</refsect1>
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......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
specification. The majority of properties of the specification is written
in the same format into the <emphasis>keyfile</emphasis> too. However
some values are inconvenient for people to use. These are stored in the
files in more readable ways. These properties are described bellow.
files in more readable ways. These properties are described below.
An example could be IP addresses that are not written as integer arrays,
but more reasonably as "1.2.3.4/12 1.2.3.254".
More information of the generic key file format can be found at
......@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ id=4
in the keyfile as a variable of the same name and in the same format.
There are several exceptions to this rule, mainly for making keyfile syntax easier
for humans. The exceptions handled specially by <emphasis>keyfile</emphasis>
plugin are listed bellow. Refer to
plugin are listed below. Refer to
<citerefentry><refentrytitle>nm-settings</refentrytitle><manvolnum>5</manvolnum></citerefentry>
for all available settings and properties and their description.
</para>
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