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File 08_manpages-fixes.patch of Package tsocks

Description: this patch fixes spelling and formating fixes on tsocks.conf(5)
 manpage
Last-update: 2016-11-07
Origin: vendor
Author: gustavo panizzo <gfa@zumbi.com.ar>

--- a/tsocks.conf.5
+++ b/tsocks.conf.5
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Obviously if a connection is not to a lo
 to be proxied over a SOCKS server. However, many installations have several
 different SOCKS servers to be used to access different internal (and external)
 networks. For this reason the configuration file allows the definition of 
-'paths' as well as a default SOCKS server. 
+\'paths\' as well as a default SOCKS server.
 
 Paths are declared as blocks in the configuration file. That is, they begin
 with a 'path {' line in the configuration file and end with a '}' line. Inside
@@ -128,21 +128,15 @@ range 150.0.0.0 to 150.255.255.255 when
 
 .TP
 .I fallback
-This directive allows to fall back to direct connection if no default
+This directive allows one to fall back to direct connection if no default
 server present in the configuration and fallback = yes.
 If fallback = no or not specified and there is no default server, the 
 tsocks gives an error message and aborts.
 This parameter protects the user against accidentally establishing
 unwanted unsockified (ie. direct) connection.
 
-.TP
-.I fallback
-This directive allows to fall back to direct connection if no default
-server present in the configuration and fallback = yes.
-If fallback = no or not specified and there is no default server, the 
-tsocks gives an error message and aborts.
-This parameter protects the user against accidentally establishing
-unwanted unsockified (ie. direct) connection.
+.SH CONFIGURATION FILE SEARCH ORDER
+tsocks will search first for $HOME/.tsocks.conf then /etc/tsocks.conf
 
 .SH UTILITIES
 tsocks comes with two utilities that can be useful in creating and verifying