File ntop-fix-manpage-errors.patch of Package ntop

Index: ntop.8
===================================================================
--- ntop.8.orig
+++ ntop.8
@@ -145,10 +145,10 @@ behavior. However, options that set a va
 given: --trace-level 2 --trace-level 3 will run as --trace-level 3.
  
 Beginning with
-.b ntop
+.B ntop
 3.1, many command-line options may also be set via the web browser interface.  These changes 
 take effect on the next run of
-.b ntop
+.B ntop
 and on each subsequent run until changed.
 
 
@@ -323,7 +323,7 @@ in tcpdump (pcap) format.  This file is
 .B ntop
 by the -f | --traffic-dump-file parameter.  The dump is made after processing any
 filter expression (
-.b ntop
+.B ntop
 never even sees filtered packets).
 
 The output file will be named 
@@ -476,7 +476,7 @@ might not be able to process all of the
 
 .It2 -s --no-promiscuous
 Use this parameter to prevent 
-.b ntop
+.B ntop
 from setting the interface(s) into promiscuous mode.
 
 An interface in promiscuous mode will accept ALL Ethernet frames, regardless of
@@ -741,7 +741,7 @@ By default,
 merges the data collected from all of the interfaces (NICs) it is monitoring into a
 single set of counters. 
 
-If you have a simple network, say a small LAN with a connection to the internet, 
+If you have a simple network, say a small LAN with a connection to the Internet,
 merging data is good as it gives you a better picture of the whole network.
 For larger, more complex networks, this may not be desirable.
 You may also have other reasons for wishing to monitor each interface separately,
@@ -865,7 +865,7 @@ uses.
 stores extra information about the locks and unlocks of the protective mutexes it uses. Since
 .B ntop
 uses fine-grained locking, this information is updated frequently.  On some OSes, the system
-calls used to collect this informatio (getpid() and gettimeofday()) are expensive.  This option
+calls used to collect this information (getpid() and gettimeofday()) are expensive.  This option
 disables the extra information.  It should have no processing impact on
 .B ntop
  - however should
@@ -906,7 +906,7 @@ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/devel/lib/ntop/:... /de
 
 If present, a file of the form <instance>_ntop_logo.gif will be used instead of the normal
 ntop_logo.gif.  This is tested for ONLY once, at the beginning of the
-.b ntop
+.B ntop
 run.  The EXACT word(s) of the --instance flag are used, without testing if they make a 
 proper file name.  If - for any reason - the file is not found, an informational message 
 is logged and the normal logo file is used.  To construct your own logo, make it a 300x40
@@ -917,7 +917,7 @@ NOTE: On the web pages,
 uses the dladdr() function.  The original Solaris routine had a bug, replicated in
 FreeBSD (and possibly other places) where it uses the ARGV[0] value - which might be
 erroneous - instead of the actual file name.  If the 'running from' value looks bogus but
-the 'libaries in' value looks ok, go with the libarary.
+the 'libraries in' value looks ok, go with the libarary.
 
 .It --p3p-cp 
 .It --p3p-uri 
@@ -925,7 +925,7 @@ the 'libaries in' value looks ok, go wit
 P3P is a W3C recommendation - http://www.w3.org/TR/P3P/ - for specifying
 personal information a site collects and what it does with the information.
 These parameters allow 
-.b ntop
+.B ntop
 to return P3P information.  We do not supply samples.
 
 .It --pcap_setnonblock
@@ -939,12 +939,12 @@ runs just fine. This is known to be an i
 This option sets the non-blocking 
 option (assuming it's available in the version of libpcap that is installed).
 
-While this works around the problem (by turing an interupt driven process into 
-a poll), it also MAY signifcantly increases the cpu usage of
+While this works around the problem (by turning an interupt driven process into 
+a poll), it also MAY significantly increases the cpu usage of
 .B ntop.
 Although it does not actually interfere with other work, seeing
 .B ntop
-use 80-90% or more of the cpu is not uncommon - don't say we didn't warn you.
+use 80-90% or more of the CPU is not uncommon - don't say we didn't warn you.
 
 .B THIS OPTION IS OFFICIALLY UNSUPPORTED
 and used at your own risk.  Read the docs/FAQ write-up.
@@ -968,7 +968,7 @@ NOTE: At present, the recheck does not w
 .It --ssl-watchdog 
 
 Enable a watchdog for 
-.b ntop 
+.B ntop 
 webserver hangs. These usually happen when connecting with older browsers. The user 
 gets nothing back and other users can't connect. Internally, packet processing continues
 but there is no way to access the data through the web server or shutdown ntop cleanly. 
@@ -1198,7 +1198,7 @@ Similarly, the run time parameters are s
 which flags are being used.
 
 The libpcap, gdbm, openssl and zlib versions come from the strings returned by the various
-inquiry functions (if they're availabe).
+inquiry functions (if they're available).
 
 Here's a sample log record: