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Author: varekova

Update of /cvs/pkgs/rpms/man-pages/devel
In directory cvs-int.fedora.redhat.com:/tmp/cvs-serv10412

Modified Files:
	.cvsignore man-pages.spec sources 
Added Files:
	man-pages-2.48-fs.patch man-pages-2.48-malloc.patch 
	man-pages-2.48-mmap.patch man-pages-2.48-passwd.patch 
	man-pages-2.48-tgkill.patch 
Removed Files:
	man-pages-1.60-fs.patch man-pages-2.25-malloc.patch 
	man-pages-2.39-tgkill.patch man-pages-2.41-mmap.patch 
	man-pages-2.43-passwd.patch 
Log Message:
 - update to 2.48


man-pages-2.48-fs.patch:

--- NEW FILE man-pages-2.48-fs.patch ---
--- man-pages-2.48/man5/fs.5.pom	2007-04-13 00:42:49.000000000 +0200
+++ man-pages-2.48/man5/fs.5	2007-05-11 10:08:43.000000000 +0200
@@ -73,7 +73,10 @@
 .B ext3
 is a journaling version of the ext2 filesystem.
 It is easy to
-switch back and forth between ext2 and ext3.
+switch back and forth between ext2 and ext3. ext3 offers the most
+complete set of journaling options available among journaling
+filesystems.
+.\"---------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 .TP
 .B xiafs
 was designed and implemented to be a stable, safe filesystem by

man-pages-2.48-malloc.patch:

--- NEW FILE man-pages-2.48-malloc.patch ---
--- man-pages-2.48/man3/malloc.3.pom	2007-04-13 00:42:49.000000000 +0200
+++ man-pages-2.48/man3/malloc.3	2007-05-11 10:11:30.000000000 +0200
@@ -166,11 +166,14 @@
 memory leaks can result.
 If
 .BR MALLOC_CHECK_
-is set to 0, any detected heap corruption is silently ignored;
-if set to 1, a diagnostic is printed on stderr;
+is set to 0, any detected heap corruption is silently ignored and
+an error message is not generated;
+if set to 1, the error message is printed on stderr, but the program
+is not aborted;
 if set to 2,
-.BR abort ()
-is called immediately.
+.BR abort()
+is called immediately, but the error message is not generated;
+if set to 3, the error message is printed on stderr and program is aborted.
 This can be useful because otherwise
 a crash may happen much later, and the true cause for the problem
 is then very hard to track down.

man-pages-2.48-mmap.patch:

--- NEW FILE man-pages-2.48-mmap.patch ---
--- man-pages-2.48/man2/mmap.2.pom	2007-04-13 00:42:49.000000000 +0200
+++ man-pages-2.48/man2/mmap.2	2007-05-11 10:16:29.000000000 +0200
@@ -279,9 +279,14 @@
 On the other hand, closing the file
 descriptor does not unmap the region.
 .LP
-The address
+If
+.B MAP_FIXED
+is specified,
 .I start
 must be a multiple of the page size.
+In all other cases
+.I start
+address is rounded up to the next page size boundary.
 All pages containing a part
 of the indicated range are unmapped, and subsequent references
 to these pages will generate SIGSEGV.

man-pages-2.48-passwd.patch:

--- NEW FILE man-pages-2.48-passwd.patch ---
--- man-pages-2.48/man5/passwd.5.pom	2007-04-13 00:42:49.000000000 +0200
+++ man-pages-2.48/man5/passwd.5	2007-05-11 10:33:22.000000000 +0200
@@ -46,11 +46,20 @@
 basic assumption used to be that of a friendly user-community.
 These days many people run some version of the shadow password suite, where
 .I /etc/passwd
-has asterisks (*) instead of encrypted passwords,
+has "x" instead of encrypted passwords,
 and the encrypted passwords are in
 .I /etc/shadow
 which is readable by the superuser only.
 .PP
+If the encrypted password, whether in /etc/passwd or in /etc/shadow, is 
+an empty string, login is allowed without even asking for a password. 
+Note that this functionality may be intentionally disabled in applications, 
+or configurable (for example using the "nullok" or "nonull" arguments to 
+pam_unix.so). 
+.PP 
+If the encrypted password in /etc/passwd is "*NP*" (without the quotes), 
+the shadow record should be obtained from a NIS+ server. 
+.PP
 Regardless of whether shadow passwords are used, many sysadmins
 use an asterisk in the encrypted password field to make sure
 that this user can not authenticate him- or herself using a

man-pages-2.48-tgkill.patch:

--- NEW FILE man-pages-2.48-tgkill.patch ---
--- man-pages-2.48/man2/tkill.2.pom	2007-04-13 00:42:49.000000000 +0200
+++ man-pages-2.48/man2/tkill.2	2007-05-11 10:25:00.000000000 +0200
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
 .\"
 .TH TKILL 2 "2004-05-31" "Linux 2.6.6" "Linux Programmer's Manual"
 .SH NAME
-tkill, tgkill \- send a signal to a single process
+tkill \- send a signal to a single process
 .SH SYNOPSIS
 .nf
 .B #include <sys/types.h>
@@ -39,10 +39,6 @@
 .sp
 .B int tkill(int tid, int sig);
 .sp
-.B "_syscall3(int, tgkill, int, tgid, int, tid, int, sig)"
-          /* Using \fBsyscall\fP(2) may be preferable; see \fBintro\fP(2) */
-.sp
-.B int tgkill(int tgid, int tid, int sig);
 .fi
 .SH DESCRIPTION
 The \fBtkill\fP() system call is analogous to
@@ -54,12 +50,6 @@
 With \fBtkill\fP(), however, one can address each process
 by its unique TID.
 .PP
-The \fBtgkill\fP() call improves on \fBtkill\fP() by allowing the caller to
-specify the thread group ID of the thread to be signalled, protecting
-against TID reuse.
-If the tgid is specified as \-1, \fBtgkill\fP() degenerates
-into \fBtkill\fP().
-.PP
 These are the raw system call interfaces, meant for internal
 thread library use.
 .SH "RETURN VALUE"
@@ -79,11 +69,11 @@
 .B ESRCH
 No process with the specified thread ID (and thread group ID) exists.
 .SH "CONFORMING TO"
-\fBtkill\fP() and \fBtgkill\fP() are Linux specific and should not be used
+\fBtkill\fP() is Linux specific and should not be used
 in programs that are intended to be portable.
 .SH VERSIONS
 \fBtkill\fP() is supported since Linux 2.4.19 / 2.5.4.
-\fBtgkill\fP() was added in Linux 2.5.75.
 .SH "SEE ALSO"
 .BR gettid (2),
 .BR kill (2)
+.BR tgkill (2) 


Index: .cvsignore
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/pkgs/rpms/man-pages/devel/.cvsignore,v
retrieving revision 1.33
retrieving revision 1.34
diff -u -r1.33 -r1.34
--- .cvsignore	30 Apr 2007 09:07:03 -0000	1.33
+++ .cvsignore	11 May 2007 08:49:44 -0000	1.34
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
 man-pages-extralocale.tar.bz2
 man2.tar.gz
 man2_sys2.1.tar.gz
-man-pages-2.46.tar.bz2
+man-pages-2.48.tar.bz2


Index: man-pages.spec
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/pkgs/rpms/man-pages/devel/man-pages.spec,v
retrieving revision 1.72
retrieving revision 1.73
diff -u -r1.72 -r1.73
--- man-pages.spec	30 Apr 2007 09:07:03 -0000	1.72
+++ man-pages.spec	11 May 2007 08:49:44 -0000	1.73
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
 Summary: Man (manual) pages from the Linux Documentation Project
 Name: man-pages
-Version: 2.46
+Version: 2.48
 Release: 1%{?dist}
 License: distributable
 Group: Documentation
@@ -16,20 +16,20 @@
 Source13: nss.5
 Source14: man2_sys2.1.tar.gz
 Patch1: man-pages-1.51-iconv.patch
-Patch8: man-pages-1.60-fs.patch
-Patch24: man-pages-2.25-malloc.patch
+Patch8: man-pages-2.48-fs.patch
+Patch24: man-pages-2.48-malloc.patch
 Patch28: man-pages-2.46-nscd.patch
 Patch30: man-pages-2.46-libaio-includes.patch
 Patch36: man-pages-2.39-unimplemented.patch
-Patch37: man-pages-2.41-mmap.patch
+Patch37: man-pages-2.48-mmap.patch
 Patch38: man-pages-2.43-mount.patch
-Patch39: man-pages-2.39-tgkill.patch
+Patch39: man-pages-2.48-tgkill.patch
 Patch40: man-pages-2.39-mmap2.patch
 Patch41: man-pages-2.43-rt_spm.patch
 Patch42: man-pages-2.43-swapon.patch
 Patch43: man-pages-2.43-rand.patch
 Patch44: man-pages-2.43-fadvise.patch
-Patch45: man-pages-2.43-passwd.patch
+Patch45: man-pages-2.48-passwd.patch
 
 Buildroot: %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}-root-%(%{__id_u} -n)
 Autoreq: false
@@ -212,6 +212,9 @@
 %lang(en) %{_mandir}/en/man*
 
 %changelog
+* Fri May 11 2007 Ivana Varekova <varekova redhat com> 2.48-1
+- update to 2.48
+
 * Mon Apr 30 2007 Ivana Varekova <varekova redhat com> 2.46-1
 - update to 2.46
 


Index: sources
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/pkgs/rpms/man-pages/devel/sources,v
retrieving revision 1.32
retrieving revision 1.33
diff -u -r1.32 -r1.33
--- sources	30 Apr 2007 09:07:03 -0000	1.32
+++ sources	11 May 2007 08:49:44 -0000	1.33
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
 57f2e0500d177e05647990eae439a8ee  man-pages-extralocale.tar.bz2
 af09d031dcee66929510e078d00066f2  man2.tar.gz
 fbc03fdbc665e24961d30dad3ed8596d  man2_sys2.1.tar.gz
-318a948119a593b5042b7eb52a2ab79e  man-pages-2.46.tar.bz2
+d357e5a462bec71feb91d72d0b0c4fda  man-pages-2.48.tar.bz2


--- man-pages-1.60-fs.patch DELETED ---


--- man-pages-2.25-malloc.patch DELETED ---


--- man-pages-2.39-tgkill.patch DELETED ---


--- man-pages-2.41-mmap.patch DELETED ---


--- man-pages-2.43-passwd.patch DELETED ---


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