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Thu Nov  1 09:41:20 CET 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.43
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      getenv.3
        Document secure_getenv(3)
  * New and changed links
      phys.2
        New link to unimplemented.2
      secure_getenv.3
        New link to getenv.3
  * Global changes
  * Various pages
        Global fix: s/-/\\-/ when real hyphen is required (e.g., in code)
  * Various pages
        Global fix: Various consistency fixes for SEE ALSO
  * Various pages
        Global fix: use "Linux kernel source" consistently
            Rather than "kernel source".
  * Various pages
        Global fix: disable justification and hyphenation in SEE ALSO
            For a better visual result, disable justification and hyphenation
            in SEE ALSO where page names are long.
  * Changes to individual pages
      epoll_wait.2
        Describe timeout limitation in kernels < 2.6.37
            As reported by Fredrik (and as far as I can tell the problem
            went back to 2.6.0):
            The timeout argument has an upper limit. Any values above that
            limit are treated the same as -1, i.e. to wait indefinitely.
            The limit is given by:
                #define EP_MAX_MSTIMEO min(1000ULL * MAX_SCHEDULE_TIMEOUT / HZ, \
                (LONG_MAX - 999ULL) / HZ)
            That is, the limit depends on the size of a long and the timer
            frequency.  Assuming the a long is never smaller than 32 bits
            and HZ never larger than 1000, the worst case is 35 minutes.
            I think this should be mentioned under "BUGS".
            Although this is likely to be fixed in the future
            (http://lkml.org/lkml/2010/8/8/144), the problem exists in
            at least 2.6.14 - 2.6.35. I don't know if select(2) and poll(2)
            are affected.
            https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20762
        Add pointer to select(2) for discussion of close in another thread
      getitimer.2
        Note Linux's odd handling of the new_value==NULL case
        Fix types used to declare fields in timeval struct
      keyctl.2
        Reorder SEE ALSO, without .br
      poll.2
        Add pointer to select(2) for discussion of close in another thread
      select.2
        Note behavior if monitored file descriptor is closed in another thread
            Executive summary: a sane application can't rely on any
            particular behavior if another thread closes a file descriptor
            being monitored by select().
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=40852
        Clarify equivalent pselect() code in terms of threads
            s/sigprogmask/pthread_sigmask/
      semop.2
        Recast discussion of blocking behavior in terms of threads
            semop() blocks the calling thread, not the process.
        SEE ALSO: Add clone(2)
            Give reader a clue about CLONE_SYSVSEM.
      shutdown.2
        Document EINVAL error (and associated bug)
            Eric Dumazet noted that EINVAL was not documented. Some further
            digging shows that it's also not diagnosed consistently.
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=47111.
      sigaction.2
        Tweak SA_RESETHAND description
      syscalls.2, uname.2, boot.7
        Global fix: s/OS/operating system/
      timer_settime.2
        Small rewording around discussion of pointer arguments
      wait4.2
        Note that these functions are nonstandard and recommend alternatives
            Some edits to Adrian's path by mtk.
        CONFORMING TO: Note SUS details for wait3()
      gnu_get_libc_version.3
        Remove unneeded "#define _GNU_SOURCE" from SYNOPSIS
      pthread_kill.3, pthread_sigqueue.3
        Remove wording "another"
            Writing "another thread" in these pages implies that these
            functions can't be used to send a signal to the calling thread
            itself, which is of course untrue.
      sigvec.3
        Add "int" arg to sv_handler definition in sigvec structure
        Fix small error in discussion of blocking of signals
            The signal that causes the handler to be invoked is blocked,
            but saying "by default" implies that this can be changed via
            the API. It cannot. (One needs sigaction(2) for that.)
      syslog.3
        Remove (apparently bogus) text claiming LOG_AUTH is deprecated
            LOG_AUTH is in POSIX, and widely available. There
            seems to be no basis to the claim it is deprecated.
            Quoting Simon:
                I cannot find any other source that claim LOG_AUTH is
                deprecated in any way.  LOG_AUTH is distinct from
                LOG_AUTHPRIV.  The GNU C Library manual only documents
                LOG_AUTH.  The header files contains both without any
                comment.  Common systems like Debian appear to refer to
                both auth and authpriv facilities in syslog configurations.
                Popular daemons appear to use both facilities.
                Both facilities are discussed in several RFCs.
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=46091
      ttyname.3
        SEE ALSO: Add ctermid(3)
      proc.5
        Clarify header file related to 'flags' field of /proc/PID/stat
        Update description of 'starttime' field of /proc/PID/stat
            The unit of measurement changed from jiffies to clock ticks in
            Linux 2.6.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=675891
        Document /proc/sys/kernel/kptr_restrict
        Document /proc/sys/fs/protected_symlinks
            Based on text in Documentation/sysctl/fs.txt by Kees Cook
        Document /proc/sys/fs/protected_hardlinks
            Based on text in Documentation/sysctl/fs.txt by Kees Cook
      capabilities.7
        Document interaction of CAP_SYSLOG and /proc/sys/kernel/kptr_restrict
      ip.7
        SEE ALSO: Add ipv6(7)
        SEE ALSO: Add icmp(7)
      man-pages.7
        Add some advice about disabling hyphenation in SEE ALSO
      ld.so.8
        Describe interpretation of slashes in dependency strings
        Repeat note that LD_LIBRARY_PATH is ignored in privileged programs
            This point is already noted when discussing search order for
            libraries, but it's worth repeating under the specific discussion
            of LD_LIBRARY_PATH further down the page.
        Add some details for LD_PRELOAD
        Note that LD_PRELOAD list separator can be space or colon

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Mon Aug 27 09:10:27 CEST 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.42
  * Global changes
  * Various pages
        Global fix: use UR macro where applicable
            The syntax .UR http://example.com paired with .UE will create
            links which one can interact, if the pager allows that.  One
            way to see the effect is ask the man(1) command to use browser
            display, e.g.:
                man -H man7/uri.7
            ("\:" is optional groff syntax to permit hyphenless line breaks.)
  * Changes to individual pages
      ldd.1
        Add security note on untrusted executables
            See also http://www.catonmat.net/blog/ldd-arbitrary-code-execution/
            and
            http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Program-Library-HOWTO/shared-libraries.html
      clone.2
        Rewrite discussion of sys_clone
      futex.2
        Consolidate error descriptions to ERRORS
        Various wording fix-ups
        Fix description of EINVAL error
            The current text seems incorrect. Replace with a more general
            description.
      getdents.2
      select_tut.2
      atof.3
      atoi.3
      pthread_create.3
      pthread_sigmask.3
      rtime.3
      setbuf.3
      tsearch.3
      netlink.7
        Remove unneeded casts
      get_robust_list.2
      get_thread_area.2
      getcpu.2
      getdents.2
      gettid.2
      io_cancel.2
      io_destroy.2
      io_getevents.2
      io_setup.2
      io_submit.2
      ioprio_set.2
      kexec_load.2
      llseek.2
      modify_ldt.2
      mq_getsetattr.2
      pivot_root.2
      readdir.2
      rt_sigqueueinfo.2
      set_thread_area.2
      sgetmask.2
      spu_create.2
      spu_run.2
      subpage_prot.2
      sysctl.2
      tkill.2
        Add note to SYNOPSIS that there is no glibc wrapper for system call
            Reduce the chance that the reader may be misled into thinking
            that there is a wrapper function for this system call by noting
            explicitly in the SYNOPSIS that there is no glibc wrapper and
            pointing the reader to NOTES for further details.
      ioprio_set.2
        Clarify the multithreaded behavior of ioprio_set(2)
        Document who==0 for IOPRIO_WHO_PROCESS and IOPRIO_WHO_PGRP
            For IOPRIO_WHO_PROCESS, who==0 means operate on the caller.
            For IOPRIO_WHO_PGRP, who==0 means operate on the caller's
            process group.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=652443
      migrate_pages.2
        Fix description of return value
      mount.2
        For MS_REMOUNT, source is ignored
      mprotect.2
        'addr' argument is not const
            As reported by Rasmus:
                Both my system's man-pages (3.22) and the latest online
                (3.41) show:
                    int mprotect(const void *addr, size_t len, int prot);
                as the prototype for mprotect(2). However, POSIX [1] and the
                actual sys/mman.h (on all the systems I checked) do not have
                the const qualifier on the first argument.
      msgctl.2
      semctl.2
      shmctl.2
      svipc.7
        Don't mention that ipc_perm is defined in <sys/ipc.h>
            There's no need to mention that the 'ipc_perm' structure
            is defined in <sys/ipc.h>. That's an implementation detail,
            and furthermore <sys/ipc.h> is itself included by the other
            System V IPC header files. The current text might lead the
            reader to conclude that they must include <sys/ipc.h>, which
            is not the case (it is required neither on Linux, nor by the
            standards).
      msgctl.2
      msgget.2
      msgop.2
      semctl.2
      semget.2
      semop.2
      shmctl.2
      shmget.2
        NOTES: <sys/types.h> and <sys/ipc.h> aren't strictly needed
            Add text to NOTES to say that the <sys/types.h> and <sys/ipc.h>
            header files aren't required by Linux or the standards, but may
            be needed for portability to old systems.
      ptrace.2
        Explain WNOHANG behavior and EINTR bug
            I didn't like ithe "SIGKILL operates similarly, with exceptions"
            phrase (if it's different, then it's not "similar", right?),
            and now I got around to changing it. Now it says simply:
            "SIGKILL does not generate signal-delivery-stop and therefore
            the tracer can't suppress it."
            Replaced "why WNOHANG is not reliable" example with a more
            realistic one (the one which actually inspired to add this
            information to man page in the first place): we got
            ESRCH - process is gone! - but waitpid(WNOHANG) can still
            confusingly return 0 "no processes to wait for".
            Replaced "This means that unneeded trailing arguments may
            be omitted" part with a much better recommendation
            to never do that and to supply zero arguments instead.
            (The part about "undocumentedness" of gcc behavior was bogus,
            btw - deleted).
            Expanded BUGS section with the explanation and an example
            of visible strace behavior on the buggy syscalls which
            exit with EINTR on ptrace attach. I hope this will lead
            to people submitting better bug reports to lkml about
            such syscalls.
      seteuid.2
        Note glibc version where setegid() implementation changed
            In glibc 2.2/2.3, setegid() switched from setregid() to setresgid().
      set_tid_address.2
        Rename 'ctid' argument for consistency with clone(2) page
        Some rewordings and minor clarifications
      sigwaitinfo.2
        Some wording clarifications
            Mainly rewording things like "is delivered" to "becomes pending",
            which is more accurate terminology.
      syscall.2
        Add some more details to the description of syscall(2)
            And add another example of using syscall() to the program example.
      syscalls.2
        Add kcmp(2)
        Move discussion of set_zone_reclaim(2) out of main table
            This system call was never visible to user space, so it makes
            sense to move it out of the main table of system calls into
            the notes below the table.
      getifaddrs.3
        Note that ifa_addr and ifa_netmask can be NULL
      readdir.3
        Handle -1 error from pathconf() in example code snippet
            Improve the example demonstrating allocation of a buffer
            for readdir_r() to handle -1 error return from pathconf().
            Otherwise, naive readers may think that pathconf() return
            value can be used without checking.
      realpath.3
        Use past tense with ancient history (libc4, libc5)
      regex.3
        Correct SEE ALSO reference to glibc manual "regex" section
      rtime.3
        Fix broken pointer cast in example code
      sem_close.3
      sem_destroy.3
      sem_getvalue.3
      sem_init.3
      sem_open.3
      sem_post.3
      sem_unlink.3
      sem_wait.3
      sem_overview.7
        Note that "cc -pthread" is required; "-lrt" no longer works
            See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/manpages/+bug/874418
      sigwait.3
        Reword "is delivered" to "becomes pending"
      strcat.3
        Add some text to emphasize the dangers of buffer overruns
        NOTES: Add discussion of strlcat()
      strcpy.3
        Note that info is lost when strncpy() doesn't null terminate
        Add some text to emphasize possibility of buffer runs with strcpy()
        NOTES: Add a discussion of strlcpy()
            Inspired by https://lwn.net/Articles/506530/
        Fix description of the null-byte padding performed by strncpy()
      tsearch.3
        NOTES: remove redundant discussion of unorthodox use of term "postorder"
            This point is already covered at greater length in the main
            text of the page (See the piece "More commonly, ...").
        Clarify use for first argument to the twalk() 'action' function
            There's a number of details in POSIX that are omitted in
            the current version of this page.
        Some wording fixes
      core.5
        Note effect of madvise(2) MADV_DONTDUMP flag
      capabilities.7
        Document CAP_BLOCK_SUSPEND
      glob.7
        Change 8 bit characters to 7 bit representation
            Fixes rendering errors for accented 'a' characters.
        Update bash(1) command used to obtain classical globbing behavior
            The man page formerly noted the bash(1) v1 command to do this.
      iso_8859-1.7
        Explanation of SOFT HYPHEN and the code for it
            <groff: iso_8859-2.7>:89: warning: can't find special character `shc'
            This is the only "iso_8859-*.7" file that has this (now)
            undefined character.  The code in column four in "iso_8859-1.7" is
            "0x2D" ("HYPHEN, MINUS SIGN" or "HYPHEN-MINUS") instead of "0xAD".
            See Debian bug 156154 (or package "manpages").
            There should be an explanation for this graphic character and the
            code should be 0xAD in iso_8859-1.7 (as in all others), even
            though "[gn]roff" does not display a "HYPHEN" in that position of
            the table.
            The line with "SOFT HYPHEN" gets a footnote and a short
            explanation.
      mdoc.7
        Fixing a warning and a table
            Fis warning from "groff -ww ..." (or "man --warnings=w ..."):
                <groff: mdoc.7>:294: warning:
                tab character in unquoted macro argument
            In one table the distance between columns is too small in the
            "ps" output.  (Bug in the groff "doc.tmac" macro?)
      mdoc.samples.7
        Fix warnings from [ng]roff, corrections
            From "man -ww ..." (groff -ww ...):
                <standard input>:541: warning:
                tab character in unquoted macro argument
                [+3 similar warnings]
                <standard input>:813: warning: macro `Pu' not defined
                Usage: .Rv -std in sections 2 and 3 only (#1669)
                mdoc warning: A .Bl directive has no matching .El (#1821)
            String "Pu" defined as a row of punctuation characters.
            ".Bl" and ".El" fixed.
            Some arguments, that start with a period or are the name of a
            macro, protected with "\&".
            Variable name for macro ".Rv" corrected.
      netdevice.7
        Line in table too long
            Fix warning from "man ..." ("nroff -ww ..."):
                nroff: netdevice.7: warning: around line 98:
                table wider than line width
            Fix: No right adjustment in text blocks in tables.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=673873
      netlink.7
        Line in table is too long
            Fix warning from "man ..." ("nroff -ww ..."):
                nroff: netlink.7: warning: around line 195:
                table wider than line width
            Horizontal line incorporated into table.
            No right adjustment of text blocks in tables.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=673875
        Change description of "*_pid" fields to "Port ID"
            As reported by Herbert Xu, these should not be considered as PIDs.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=383296
      rtnetlink.7
        Line in table too long
            Fix warning from "man ..." ("nroff -ww ..."):
                nroff: rtnetlink.7: warning: around line 415:
                table wider than line width
            Column gutter reduced to fit line length.
            Right adjustment in text blocks removed in tables.
            Some header made centered in tables.
            One table put on same page.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=674051
      socket.7
        Document SO_MARK socket option
            Commit 4a19ec5800fc3bb64e2d87c4d9fdd9e636086fe0 in Jan 2008 added
            the new SO_MARK socket option.
            This patch is based on text from the commit message.
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=16461.
      svipc.7
        SYNOPSIS: Remove include of <sys/types.h> and <sys/ipc.h>
            Including <sys/types.h> and <sys/ipc.h> isn't needed on Linux
            and isn't really relevant for the explanation on this page.

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Wed May 30 10:16:04 CEST 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.41
  * New and rewritten pages
      get_robust_list.2
        New page documenting get_robust_list(2) and set_robust_list(2)
      mallinfo.3
        New page for mallinfo(3)
      malloc_info.3
        New page for malloc_info(3)
      malloc_stats.3
        New man page for malloc_stats(3)
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      madvise.2
        Document MADV_DONTDUMP and MADV_DODUMP
  * New and changed links
      set_robust_list.2
        New link to new get_robust_list.2 page
      LIST_ENTRY.3
      LIST_HEAD.3
      LIST_INIT.3
      LIST_INSERT_AFTER.3
      LIST_INSERT_HEAD.3
      LIST_REMOVE.3
      TAILQ_ENTRY.3
      TAILQ_HEAD.3
      TAILQ_INIT.3
      TAILQ_INSERT_AFTER.3
      TAILQ_INSERT_HEAD.3
      TAILQ_INSERT_TAIL.3
      TAILQ_REMOVE.3
      CIRCLEQ_ENTRY.3
      CIRCLEQ_HEAD.3
      CIRCLEQ_INIT.3
      CIRCLEQ_INSERT_AFTER.3
      CIRCLEQ_INSERT_BEFORE.3
      CIRCLEQ_INSERT_HEAD.3
      CIRCLEQ_INSERT_TAIL.3
      CIRCLEQ_REMOVE.3
        New link to queue.3
            The queue(3) page documents these macros, so it makes sense to
            have links for the names.
      DES_FAILED.3
        New link to des_crypt.3
            The des_crypt(3) page documents this macro, so it makes sense
            to have a link for the name.
      qsort_r.3
        New link to qsort.3
            Overlooked to add this link in 3.38, when documentation of
            qsort_r() was added to the qsort.3 page.
  * Global changes
      faccessat.2
      fchmodat.2
      fchownat.2
      fstatat.2
      futimesat.2
      inotify_init.2
      linkat.2
      mkdirat.2
      mknodat.2
      openat.2
      readlinkat.2
      renameat.2
      setns.2
      splice.2
      symlinkat.2
      sync.2
      tee.2
      unlinkat.2
      vmsplice.2
        Global fix: note glibc version that added library support
      confstr.3
      strcasecmp.3
      strcat.3
      strcmp.3
      strcpy.3
      strdup.3
      strftime.3
      strlen.3
      strnlen.3
      strpbrk.3
      strspn.3
      strtok.3
      strxfrm.3
        Clarify that these functions operate on bytes, not (wide) characters
            Change 'character(s)' to 'byte(s)' to make clear that these
            functions operate on bytes, not wide / UTF8 characters.
            (POSIX uses 'byte(s)' similarly, to make this point.)
      icmp.7
      ipv6.7
      packet.7
      raw.7
      rtnetlink.7
      unix.7
      x25.7
        Remove names of constants from NAME line
            Some of the sockets/network protocol pages included names of
            the corresponding address family constants in the NAME line,
            but this wasn't done consistently across all pages, and probably
            it adds little value in those pages that did do this. So, remove
            these constants from those pages that have them in the NAME
            section.
  * Changes to individual pages
      clock_getres.2
        Expand description of CLOCK_REALTIME
            Make it clear that this clock may be discontinuous, and is
            affected my incremental NTP and clock-adjtime(2) adjustments.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=540872
      epoll_wait.2
        Clarify that 'timeout' is a *minimum* interval
            Make it clear that 'timeout' is a minimum interval; the actual
            interval will be rounded up to the system clock granularity,
            and may overrun because of kernel scheduling delays.
      execve.2
        Rewording to deemphasize libc5 details
      fork.2
        ERRORS: add ENOSYS
            Can occur on, for example, non-MMU hardware.
      getcpu.2
        Add RETURN VALUE and ERRORS sections
        Refer reader to NOTES for more info about 'tcache'
        DESCRIPTION: reword a sentence to be clearer
      io_cancel.2
      io_destroy.2
      io_getevents.2
      io_setup.2
      io_submit.2
        Rewrite to focus on system call API
            Rewrite to focus on the system call interface, adding
            some notes on the libaio wrapper differences.
            See the following mail:
            2012-05-07 "aio manuals", linux-man@vger.kernel.org
            http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.man/1935/focus=2910
            Other minor rewrites.
      mount.2
        Comment out an old Linux libc detail
      open.2
        Describe race of direct I/O and fork()
            Rework 04cd7f64, which didn't capture the details correctly.
            See the April/May 2012 linux-man@ mail thread "[PATCH]
            Describe race of direct read and fork for unaligned buffers"
            http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.kernel.mm/77571
      poll.2
        Clarify that 'timeout' is a *minimum* interval
            Make it clear that 'timeout' is a minimum interval; the actual
            interval will be rounded up to the system clock granularity,
            and may overrun because of kernel scheduling delays.
        Clarify discussion of wrapper function emulation
            Clarify that glibc (as well as old libc) provides emulation
            using select(2) on older kernels that don't have a poll()
            system call.
        Make the meaning of a zero timeout explicit
            Clarify that timeout==0 causes an immediate return, even if
            no file descriptors are ready.
      pread.2
        BUGS: Note O_APPEND + pwrite() does the wrong thing
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=43178
      recvmmsg.2
        Clarify that 'timeout' is a *minimum* interval
            Make it clear that 'timeout' interval will be rounded up to the
            system clock granularity, and may overrun because of kernel
            scheduling delays.
      select.2
        Clarify that 'timeout' is a *minimum* interval
            Make it clear that 'timeout' is a minimum interval; the actual
            interval will be rounded up to the system clock granularity,
            and may overrun because of kernel scheduling delays.
        Expand description of the self-pipe trick
        Add further details on pselect6() system call that underlies pselect()
      semop.2
        Clarify that 'timeout' of semtimedop() is a *minimum* interval
            Make it clear that 'timeout' interval will be rounded up to the
            system clock granularity, and may overrun because of kernel
            scheduling delays.
      signal.2
        Note that 'sig_t' requires _BSD_SOURCE
            Also remove some old Linux libc details
      sigwaitinfo.2
        Clarify that 'timeout' of sigtimedwait() is a *minimum* interval
            Make it clear that 'timeout' is a minimum interval; the actual
            interval will be rounded up to the system clock granularity,
            and may overrun because of kernel scheduling delays.
      stat.2
        Formatting fixes
            From "groff -ww" (or "man --warnings=w ..."):
                warning: around line 442: table wider than line width
            GNU man uses line length of 78.
            Use text blocks.  Two spaces between sentences or better: start
            each sentence in a new line.
      syscalls.2
        Formatting fixes
            From "groff -ww ..." (or "man --warnings=w ..."):
                warning: around line 157: table wider than line width
            Have to use text blocks.  Move some text to its correct column.
            Split text to two columns to avoid hyphenation.
      sysinfo.2
        Remove reference to obsolete libc5
      syslog.2
        Remove some details about obsolete Linux libc
      aio_cancel.3
      aio_error.3
      aio_fsync.3
      aio_read.3
      aio_return.3
      aio_suspend.3
      aio_write.3
        ERRORS: Add/update ENOSYS error
      aio_cancel.3
        Clarify what happens when a request isn't successfully canceled
        Add pointers to aio(7) and sigevent(7)
      dbopen.3
        SYNOPSIS: Add header file <fcntl.h>
            Upstreamed from Debian, and consistent with FreeBSD
            dbopen(3) man page.
      fmemopen.3
        Note details of POSIX.1-2008 specification of 'b' in 'mode'
        BUGS: fmemopen() doesn't correctly set file position in some cases
            If 'mode' is append, but 'size' does not cover a null byte
            in 'buf', then fmemopen() incorrectly sets the initial file
            position to -1, rather than the next byte after the end of
            the buffer.
            See http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=13151
        BUGS: fmemopen() incorrectly handles size==0 case
            If size is zero, fmemopen() fails, This is surprising behavior,
            and not specified in POSIX.1-2008.
            See http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=11216
            Reported-by; Alex Shinn <alexshinn@gmail.com>
        BUGS: Note silent ABI change for fmemopen() in glibc 2.9
        BUGS: Append mode does not force writes to append
            Append mode correctly sets the initial offset but does
            not force subsequent writes to append at end of stream.
            See http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=13152
        BUGS: Note inconsistent treatment of 'b' in 'mode'
            fopen() permits, for example, both "w+b" and "wb+",
            but only the latter is meaningful to fmemopen().
            See http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=12836
      fopencookie.3
        Correct description of return for user-supplied 'write' function
            See http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2074
      getaddrinfo.3
        Note that AI_ADDRCONFIG is not affected by loopback addresses
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=660479
      iconv.3
        Upstream useful NOTE from Debian
            Warn the reader that the pointer arguments can't be
            interpreted as C style strings. Also, note possible
            alignment requirements for the referenced bytes sequences,
        Write a better paragraph introducing iconv() and its arguments
      isgreater.3
        Clarify that the arguments to these macros must be real-floating
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=609033
      lio_listio.3
        Clarify that async notification occurs when *all* I/Os complete
      makedev.3
        SYNOPSIS: Correct return types of major() and minor()
            See https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=754188
            Reported-by; Zdenek Kabelac <zkabelac@redhat.com>
      malloc.3
        SEE ALSO: Add malloc_info(3)
      malloc_get_state.3
        Fix wordos in function names in NAME line
      mallopt.3
        Fix example program
            The example code was a version that was not consistent with
            the shell output shown on the page.
            Reported-bY: Simon Paillard <spaillard@debian.org>
        Restore accidentally omitted line in shell session
        SEE ALSO: Add malloc_stats(3)
      mmap64.3
        Change target of link to mmap.2 (was mmap2.2)
            Upstreamed from Red Hat / Fedora
      realpath.3
        Remove note about Solaris possibly returning a relative path
      syslog.3
        Document behavior when 'ident' argument to openlog() is NULL
            See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/manpages/+bug/382096
        Update CONFORMING TO for POSIX.1-2008
            POSIX.1-2008 doesn't change any details, but make
            that more explicit.
      undocumented.3
        Remove some functions that have been documented
      sd.4
        Remove reference to nonexistent scsi(4) page
            Upstreamed from RedHat / Fedora
      sk98lin.4
        Note that this driver was removed in 2.6.28
            See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/manpages/+bug/528020
      passwd.5
        Upstream pieces from Red Hat/Fedora
            Note mention of empty password field.
            Add description of "*NP*" in password field.
        Various minor fixes and improvements
      proc.5
        Note that CAP_SYS_ADMIN processes can override file-max
            Upstreamed from red Hat / Fedora
        Document  /proc/[pid]/cgroup
            Upstreamed from Red Hat / Fedora
      resolv.conf.5
        Take a Debian improvement into upstream
      tzfile.5
        Mention timezone directories in DESCRIPTION
            Note that timezone files are usually in /usr/lib/zoneinfo
            or /usr/share/zoneinfo.
        Drop SYNOPSIS
            The SYNOPSIS doesn't correspond to a user-visible file.
        SEE ALSO: Add pointer to glibc source file timezone/tzfile.h
        SEE ALSO: add tzset(3) and tzselect(8)
      ascii.7
        Indent for "troff" makes table too wide
            Fix following from "groff -t -ww ...":
                warning: around line 53: table wider than line width
            Extra indent for "troff" makes the table look misplaced
            (default "ps" output).
      cp1251.7
        table too wide
            From "nroff -ww -t ...":
                warning: around line 44: table wider than line width
            Columns are made narrower (column gutter decreased).
      ipv6.7
        Add ENODEV error for bind() to link-local IPv6 address
      signal.7
        Clarify that SIGLOST is unused
        Comment out crufty BUGS text on SIGLOST
            It must be a very long time since the statement there
            about SIGLOST was true. (The text seems to date back to
            1996.)
        Update architectures for tables of signal numbers
      utf-8.7
        Two clarifications
            This patch clarifies that 0xc0 and 0xc1 are not valid in any UTF-8
            encoding[0], and it also references RFC 3629 instead of RFC 2279.
            [0] In order to have 0xc0, you'd have to have a two-byte encoding
            with all the data bits zero in the first byte (and thus only six
            bits of data), which would be an ASCII character encoded in the
            non-shortest form.  Similarly with 0xc1.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=538641
      ldconfig.8
      nscd.8
        Remove path prefix from NAME line
            Command names shown in NAME are normally just the basename,
            not the full pathname of the command.

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Thu May  3 10:47:45 CEST 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.40
  * New and rewritten pages
      process_vm_readv.2
        New page for process_vm_readv(2) and process_vm_writev(2)
      mcheck.3
        New man page for mcheck(3) and related functions
            Also describes mcheck_check_all(3), mcheck_pedantic(3),
            and mprobe(3)
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      rcmd.3
        Document "_af" variants of these functions
            Document rcmd_af(), rresvport_af(), iruserok_af(), ruserok_af().
            Also some restructuring and other clarifications.
      rexec.3
        Document rexec_af()
  * New and changed links
      iruserok_af.3
      rcmd_af.3
      rresvport_af.3
      ruserok_af.3
        New links to rcmd.3
      rexec_af.3
        New link to rexec.3
  * Changes to individual pages
      clock_getres.2
        Clarify difference between CLOCK_MONOTONIC and CLOCK_MONOTONIC_RAW
            Note interactions of these two clocks with discontinuous
            adjustments to the system time and NTP/adjtime(2).
      fallocate.2
        Fix description of ENOSYS and EOPNOTSUP errors
            As reported in https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=680214
      fchmodat.2
        Improve discussion of difference between wrapper and underlying syscall
      gettimeofday.2
        gettimeofday() is affected by discontinuous jumps in the system time
            Advise reader to use clock_gettime(2), if they need a
            monotonically increasing time source.
        SEE ALSO: Add clock_gettime(2)
      prctl.2
        Add PR_TASK_PERF_EVENTS_DISABLE and PR_TASK_PERF_EVENTS_ENABLE
            Add some basic documentation of these operations, with a pointer to
            tools/perf/design.txt for more information.
        Amend details of PR_SET_PDEATHSIG
      ptrace.2
        Note SPARC deviation with respect to get/set regs
            SPARC reverses the use of 'addr' and 'data' for
            PTRACE_GETREGS, PTRACE_GETFPREGS, PTRACE_SETREGS,
            and PTRACE_SETFPREGS.
      send.2
        Document EACCES error case for UDP
      sigaction.2
        Remove mention of raise(3) for SI_USER
            For a long time now, glibc's raise(3) didn't yield SI_USER
            for the signal receiver, so remove mention of raise(3)
            here. The user can deduce the details, if needed, by looking
            at the recently updated raise(3) page.
      aio_cancel.3
        Rewrite RETURN VALUE section to be clearer
      aio_init.3
        Remove extraneous "POSIX" from NAME section
      btree.3
      dbopen.3
      hash.3
      mpool.3
      recno.3
        Note that glibc no longer provides these interfaces
            glibc stopped providing these interfaces with v2.2.
            Nowadays, the user that finds these pages probably wants
            the libdb API, so note this in the page.
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=337581
      fopen.3
        BUGS: Note limitation on number of flag characters parsed in 'mode'
        Note that 'c' and 'e' flags are ignored for fdopen()
            Determined from reading libio/iofdopen.c.
        Document ",ccs=string" feature of 'mode' for fopen()/freopen()
      getgrnam.3
        Fix discussion of _SC_GETGR_R_SIZE_MAX
            The value is not meant to be a maximum (as was specified in
            SUSv3) but an initial guess at the required size
            (as specified in SUSv4).
      getpwnam.3
        Fix discussion of _SC_GETPW_R_SIZE_MAX
            The value is not meant to be a maximum (as was specified in
            SUSv3) but an initial guess at the required size
            (as specified in SUSv4).
      malloc.3
      mallopt.3
      mtrace.3
        SEE ALSO: add mcheck(3)
      memchr.3
        Clarify description, omitting mention of "strings" and "characters"
            The existing text slipped into talking about characters and
            strings, which could mislead readers into thing that, for
            example, searches for the byte '\0' are treated specially.
            Therefore, rewrite in terms of "bytes" and "memory areas".
            At the same time, make a few source file clean-ups.
      mkstemp.3
        Add "mkstemps" and "mkostemps" to NAME line
      posix_openpt.3
        Add some details on use of the slave pathname
            An explicit pointer to ptsname(3) is useful, as is a note
            of the fact that the slave device pathname exists only as
            long as the master device is held open.
      raise.3
        Add some notes on underlying system call that is used
      rcmd.3
        Add some details of the rresvport() 'port' argument
      resolver.3
        Note that many options are documented in resolv.conf(5)
      scandir.3
        Improve EXAMPLE source code: s/0/NULL/ in scandir() call
      strchr.3
        Explain behavior when searching for '\0'
      strerror.3
        Improve strerror_r() description
            POSIX requires that perror() not modify the static storage
            returned by strerror().  POSIX 2008 and C99 both require that
            strerror() never return NULL (a strerror() that always
            returns "" for all inputs is valid for C99, but not for POSIX).
            http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=12204
            documents glibc's change to come into compliance with POSIX
            regarding strerror_r() return value.  The GNU strerror_r() use
            of 'buf' was confusing - I ended up writing a test program that
            proves that 'buf' is unused for valid 'errnum', but contains
            truncated "unknown message" for out-of-range 'errnum'.
            See also http://austingroupbugs.net/view.php?id=382
        Correct description of error return for XSI strerror_r()
        Note how to use 'errno' to detect errors when calling strerror()
        Add an example of the kind of string returned by strerror()
      resolv.conf.5
        Document "single-request" option
      inotify.7
        Note buffer size that guarantees being able to read at least one event
        Correct description of size of inotify_event structure
      iso_8859-1.7
        Add "-" for SOFT HYPHEN
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=156154
      netdevice.7
        Document some SIOC configuration ioctls
            This patch adds common but missing SIOC configuration ioctls to
            the netdevice.7 manual pages that are not documented anywhere
            else. SIOCSIFPFLAGS and SIOCGIFPFLAGS are linux-specific. Flag
            values come from Linux 2.6.25 kernel headers for sockios. The
            others are standard BSD ioctls that have always been implemented
            by Linux and were verified from inspecting netdevice.c kernel
            code.
      socket.7
        Correct description of SO_BROADCAST
      tcp.7
    lepton
        Correct description for TCP_MAXSEG on modern kernel
- obsoletes upstreamed resolv.conf.patch

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Tue Apr 24 08:44:57 CEST 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.39
  * New and rewritten pages
      malloc_trim.3
        New man page for malloc_trim(3)
      malloc_usable_size.3
        New man page for malloc_usable_size(3)
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      prctl.2
        Document PR_SET_MM (new in Linux 3.3)
        Various edits and improvements to Cyrill's patch
  * Changes to individual pages
      epoll_create.2
        Rework discussion of 'size' argument
        Add .SS for description of epoll_create1()
      epoll_wait.2
        Another thread can add to epoll instance while epoll_wait is blocked
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=43072
        Clarify that epoll_pwait() blocks calling *thread*
        A few wording improvements
      fchmodat.2
        Note difference between glibc wrapper and underlying system call
            The wrapper function has a 'flags' argument (which currently
            serves no purpose), while the underlying system call does not.
      fcntl.2
        Explain behaviour of F_GETLEASE during lease break
        Change type of arg from "long" to "int"
            Various fcntl(2) commands require an integral 'arg'.
            The man page said it must be "long" in all such cases.
            However, for the cases covered by POSIX, there is an
            explicit requirement that these arguments be "int".
            Update the man page to reflect. Probably, all of the
            other "long" cases (not specified in POSIX) should
            be "int", and this patch makes them so. Based on a
            note fromEric Blake, relating to F_DUPFD_CLOEXEC.
      gettimeofday.2
        Reorganize content
            The main change is to move the historical information about
            the 'tz_dsttime' to NOTES.
        Note that compiler issues warnings if 'tv' is NULL
      mmap.2
        Clarify that this system call should not be invoked directly
            See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=42892
        Clarify NOTES discussion of mmap() versus mmap2()
      poll.2
        Document negative value in 'fd' field
        Document semantics of passing zero in 'events' field
      ptrace.2
        Various fixes
            For some reason, the PTRACE_TRACEME paragraph talks about some
            general aspects of ptraced process behavior. It repeats the
            "tracee stops on every signal" information even though that was
            already explained just a few paragraphs before. Then it describes
            legacy SIGTRAP on execve().
            This patch deletes the first part, and moves the second part up,
            into the general ptrace description. It also adds
            "If PTRACE_O_TRACEEXEC option is not in effect" to the description
            of the legacy SIGTRAP on execve().
            The patch also amends the part which says "For requests other
            than PTRACE_KILL, the tracee must be stopped." - PTRACE_ATTACH
            also doesn't require that.
      sigaction.2
        Clarify that the use of SI_SIGIO is for Linux 2.2 only
            See also http://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=6745
      sigprocmask.2
        ERRORS: add EFAULT
      times.2
        ERRORS: Add EFAULT
      div.3
        CONFORMING TO: Add C99
      fread.3
        Clarify further that return value is number of items, not bytes
            See also http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=665780
      getaddrinfo.3
        Correct type of ai_addrlen field
      malloc.3
        SEE ALSO: add malloc_usable_size(3)
        SEE ALSO: Add malloc_trim(3)
      mallopt.3
        Fix text describing M_PERTURB and free()
        SEE ALSO: Add malloc_trim(3)
      memchr.3
        Remove mention of terminating null in description of rawmemchr()
      perror.3
        Note that use of 'sys_errlist' is deprecated
      rcmd.3
        glibc eventually added a declaration of iruserok() in version 2.12
      sysconf.3
        Add mention of _SC_SYMLOOP_MAX
      nologin.5
        nologin must not only exist, but *be readable* to be effective
      nsswitch.conf.5
        Significant rewrites and improvements
            This patch applies to nsswitch.conf.5 in man-pages-3.36.
            My changes almost completely rewrite large sections of the
            man page. They are needed to add clarity, correct grammar,
            reduce confusion, and bring up-to-date with the latest glibc.
            I have checked the man page against the nss source code in
            glibc 2.14.90.
            Historical notes are demoted to the footer.
            The rewrite makes the man page much clearer to
            understand, more authoratitive, and easier to read.
        Light edits to Mark Bannister's changes
      capabilities.7
        Add prctl(PR_SET_MM) to CAP_SYS_RESOURCE
      epoll.7
        Some minor clarifications at start of DESCRIPTION
      netlink.7
        Note cases where nonprivileged users can use netlink multicast groups
            See also https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=754611
      unix.7
        Add a detail on autobind feature
      ld.so.8
        Document effect of hwcaps on search path
            Wording by Aurelien Jarno from Debian glibc's r4701 (2011-06-04).
            Addresses http://bugs.debian.org/622385
- removed upstreamed netlink.patch

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Thu Apr 12 08:35:01 CEST 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.38
  * New and rewritten pages
      get_nprocs_conf.3
        New page documenting get_nprocs_conf(3) and get_nprocs(3)
        Some additions and improvements
      malloc_get_state.3
        New page documenting malloc_get_state(3) and malloc_set_state(3)
      mallopt.3
        New man page for mallopt(3)
      mtrace.3
        Complete rewrite of page, adding much more detail
      scandirat.3
        New page for scandirat(3) (new in glibc 2.15)
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      posix_memalign.3
        Document aligned_alloc(3)
            aligned_alloc() is new in C11.
        Document pvalloc(3)
      qsort.3
        Add documentation of qsort_r(3)
        Improvements to Mark R Bannister's qsort_r() patch
        Add VERSIONS section for qsort_r()
  * New and changed links
      aligned_alloc.3
        New link to posix_memalign.3
      get_nprocs.3
        Link to new get_nprocs_conf.3 page
      malloc_set_state.3
        Link to new malloc_get_state.3 page
      pvalloc.3
        New link to posix_memalign.3
  * Global changes
  * Various pages
        Global formatting fix: balance .nf/.fi pairs
  * Various pages
        Global fix: place sections in correct order
  * Various pages
        Global fix: Remove duplicated words
            Remove instances of duplicate words found using Justin's
            grep-fu:
                for f in man?/*.[1-9]; do
                    grep -HE ' ([[:alpha:]]{2,} +)\1' "$f" |
                        grep -Evw '(proc|hugetlbfs|XXX*|root|long) *\1';
                done | grep -E --colo ' ([[:alpha:]]{2,} +)\1'
  * Various pages
        Correct order of SEE ALSO entries
  * Changes to individual pages
      futimesat.2
        PROTOTYPE: Correct header file and feature test macro requirements
      keyctl.2
        Strip trailing tabs from source line
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=664688
      ptrace.2
        Document PTRACE_GETEVENTMSG for PTRACE_EVENT_EXEC
        Various fixes to recent updates of this page
      symlinkat.2
        PROTOTYPE: Correct header file
      syscalls.2
        Remove unimplemented system calls from main syscall list
            The unimplemented system calls are in any case noted lower down
            in the page. Also: rearrange the text describing the unimplemented
            system calls.
        Note a few system calls that were removed in Linux 2.6
        Add process_vm_readv(2) and process_vm_writev(2)
      unlinkat.2
        PROTOTYPE: Correct header file
        PROTOTYPE: Add <fcntl.h> for AT_* constants
      utimensat.2
        PROTOTYPE: Add <fcntl.h> for AT_* constants
      copysign.3
        DESCRIPTION: Add a couple of examples
      malloc.3
        NOTES: Add a short discussion of arenas
        Replace discussion of MALLOC_CHECK_ with pointer to mallopt(3)
        SEE ALSO: Add mtrace(3)
        SEE ALSO: add malloc_get_state(3)
      posix_memalign.3
        Rename memalign() argument
            Rename "boundary" to "alignment" for consistency
            with posix_memalign().
        Improve discussion of feature test macros and header files for valloc(3)
      rtnetlink.3
        Fix example code, rta_len assignment should use RTA_LENGTH()
            See also http://bugs.debian.org/655088
      scandir.3
        SEE ALSO: Add scandirat(3)
      sigqueue.3
        Remove rt_sigqueueinfo from TH line
            rt_sigqueueinfo() now has its own manual page, so should not
            be listed in the .TH line of this page.
      tzset.3
        Correct description for Julian 'n' date format
            The Julian 'n' date format counts starting from 0, not 1.
        Add some clarifying remarks to discussion of Julian day formats
      packet.7
        Fix comment on 'sll_hatype' field
      tcp.7
        Correct RFC for TIME_WAIT assassination hazards

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Fri Apr  6 07:10:45 UTC 2012 - pgajdos@suse.com

- amend netlink.7 man page [bnc#754611]

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Fri Mar 23 11:26:27 UTC 2012 - cfarrell@suse.com

- license update: BSD-3-Clause and GPL-2.0+ and MIT
  SPDX

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Mon Mar 12 08:27:51 CET 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.37
  * New and rewritten pages
      getent.1
        New page to document 'getent' binary provided by glibc
  * Changes to individual pages
      bdflush.2
        Note that bdflush() is deprecated, and does nothing
      nfsservctl.2
        Note that this system call was removed in Linux 3.1
      ptrace.2
        add extended description of various ptrace quirks
            Changes include:
            s/parent/tracer/g, s/child/tracee/g - ptrace interface now
            is sufficiently cleaned up to not treat tracing process
            as parent.
            Deleted several outright false statements:
            - pid 1 can be traced
            - tracer is not shown as parent in ps output
            - PTRACE_ATTACH is not "the same behavior as if tracee had done
              a PTRACE_TRACEME": PTRACE_ATTACH delivers a SIGSTOP.
            - SIGSTOP _can_ be injected.
            - Removed mentions of SunOS and Solaris as irrelevant.
            - Added a few more known bugs.
            Added a large block of text in DESCRIPTION which doesn't focus
            on mechanical description of each flag and operation, but rather
            tries to describe a bigger picture. The targeted audience is
            a person which is reasonably knowledgeable in Unix but did not
            spend years working with ptrace, and thus may be unaware of its
            quirks. This text went through several iterations of review by
            Oleg Nesterov and Tejun Heo.
            This block of text intentionally uses as little markup as possible,
            otherwise future modifications to it will be very hard to make.
        Global clean-up of page
            * Wording and formatting fixes to existing text and
              Denys Vlasenko's new text.
            * Various technical amendments and improvements to
              Denys Vlasenko's new text.
            * Added FIXME for various problems with the current text.
        Integrated changes after further review from Denys Vlasenko
      syscalls.2
        Note that nfsservctl(2) was removed in Linux 3.1
        Note that bdflush(2) is deprecated
      capabilities.7
        Add CAP_WAKE_ALARM
        Add various operations under CAP_SYS_ADMIN
        Add perf_event_open(2) to CAP_SYS_ADMIN
        Add VM86_REQUEST_IRQ vm86(2) command to CAP_SYS_ADMIN
        Update CAP_NET_ADMIN with notes from include/linux/capability.h
        Add nfsservctl(2) to CAP_SYS_ADMIN
        Add ioctl(FIBMAP) under CAP_SYS_RAWIO
        Add virtual terminal ioctl()s under CAP_SYS_TTY_CONFIG
        Update CAP_NET_RAW with notes from include/linux/capability.h
        Add F_SETPIPE_SZ case to CAP_SYS_RESOURCE
        Add POSIX messages queues queues_max case to CAP_SYS_RESOURCE
        Update CAP_SYS_RESOURCE with notes from include/linux/capability.h
        SEE ALSO: Add libcap(3)
      ld.so.8
        Add --adit command-line option

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Mon Mar  5 08:37:01 CET 2012 - pgajdos@suse.cz

- update to version 3.36
  * New and rewritten pages
      sendmmsg.2
        New page for sendmmsg(2)
            Some pieces inspired by an initial attempt by Stephan Mueller.
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      fallocate.2
        Document FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE
            FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE was added in Linux 2.6.38,
            for punching holes in the allocated space in a file.
  * Changes to individual pages
      dup.2
        SYNOPSIS: Add "#include <fntl.h>" for O_* constants
      fallocate.2
        Substantial restructuring of DESCRIPTION
            The addition of a second class of operation ("hole punching")
            to the man page made it clear that some significant restructuring
            is required. So I substantially reworked the page, including the
            preexisting material on the default "file allocation" operation.
        Add further details for FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE
        ERRORS: Add EPERM error case for FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE
      fork.2
        NOTES: Describe clone() call equivalent to fork()
      fsync.2
        Various improvements
            - explain the situation with disk caches better
            - remove the duplicate fdatasync() explanation in the NOTES
              section
            - remove an incorrect note about fsync() generally requiring two
              writes
            - remove an obsolete ext2 example note
            - fsync() works on any file descriptor (doesn't need to be
              writable); correct the EBADF error code explanation
        Note that some systems require a writable file descriptor
            An edited version of Guillem Jover's comments:
            [While the file descriptor does not need to be writable on Linux]
            that's not a safe portable assumption to make on POSIX in general
            as that behavior is not specified and as such is
            implementation-specific. Some Unix systems do actually fail on
            read-only file descriptors, for example [HP-UX and AIX].
      mount.2
        Removed erroneous statement about MS_RDONLY and bind mounts
      open.2
        Fix grammar in O_DIRECT description
            Some small grammar fixes to the O_DIRECT description.
      pipe.2
        SYNOPSIS: Add "#include <fntl.h>" for O_* constants
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=659750
      sched_rr_get_interval.2
        Update notes on modifying quantum
            Since Linux 2.6.24, it is no longer possible to
            modify the SCHED_RR quantum using setpriority(2).
            (Slight edits to Clemens' patch by mtk.)
        Reordered various pieces of text
        Reworded text of ESRCH error
      send.2
        Add mention of sendmmsg(2)
      sync.2
        PROTOTYPE: Fix return type of syncfs()
      vfork.2
        Clarify what is duplicated in the child
            Add some words to make it clear to the reader that vfork(),
            like fork(), creates duplicates of process attributes
            in the child.
        Note clone() flags equivalent to vfork()
        Add some notes on reasons why vfork() still exists
        Clarify that calling *thread* is suspended during vfork()
        CONFORMING TO: Note that POSIX.1-2001 marked vfork() obsolete
      gets.3
        Document C11 and glibc 2.16 changes affecting gets()
      pthread_sigmask.3
        Fix comment that was inconsistent with code in example program
      sem_wait.3
        EXAMPLE: Remove extraneous line of output from shell session
      wcsnrtombs.3
      wcsrtombs.3
      wcstombs.3
        Fix-ups for e9c23bc636426366d659809bc99cd84661e86464
      core.5
        Document %E specifier for core_pattern
      passwd.5
        s/asterisk/asterisk (*)/ to improve clarity
        Correct note on passwd field value when shadowing is enabled
            When password shadowing is enabled, the password field
            contains an 'x' (not a "8').
      proc.5
        Fix description of fourth field of /proc/loadavg
            SIgned-off-by: Elie De Brauwer <eliedebrauwer@gmail.com>
      resolv.conf.5
        Describe syntax used for comments
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=656994
      feature_test_macros.7
        Document _ISOC11_SOURCE
      inotify.7
        Note that 'cookie' field is set to zero when unused
      man.7
        Various fixes for description of NAME section
            As noted by reporter:
            * The code sample given for the NAME section is incomplete because
              the actual content sample is not given.
            * Additionally, the description assumes that the item described is
              a command, which need not be the case.
            * The command makewhatis is not present on my system; the
              documented tool to create the whatis database is called mandb.
            * The description on .SH NAME in man(7) should either copy the
              relevant paragraph of lexgrog(1) or refer to it.
            Reported by: Kristof Zelechovski <giecrilj@stegny.2a.pl>

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- fix url tag

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- update to version 3.35
  * New and rewritten pages
      recvmmsg.2
        New man page for recvmmsg(2)
      setns.2
        New manual page for setns(2)
        Various improvements
  * Global changes
  * Various pages
        Global fix: remove spaces around em-dash
            Normal English typographical convention is not to have
            spaces around em dashes.
  * Various pages
        Global fix: s/null pointer/NULL pointer/
  * Various pages
        Global fix: use ORing
            Use "ORing", not "OR'ing", nor an italic ".IR OR ing".
  * Various pages
        Global fix: consistent use of "null wide character"
            Bring more consistency to the discussion of
            "[terminating] null wide character"
            by writing (at least in the initial use in a page)
            "[terminating] null wide character (L'\0')".
  * Various pages
        Global fix: consistent use of "null byte"
            Bring more consistency to the discussion of
            "[terminating] null byte"
            by writing (at least in the initial use in a page)
            "[terminating] null byte ('\0')".
      mount.2, prctl.2
        s/task/thread/ for consistency with other pages
  * Changes to individual pages
      lseek.2
        CONFORMING TO: Note other systems that have SEEK_HOLE+SEEK_DATA
      recv.2
        Add mention of recvmmsg(2)
      recvmmsg.2
        SEE ALSO: add sendmmsg(2)
      send.2
        CONFORMING TO: POSIX.1-2008 adds MSG_NOSIGNAL
      sigwaitinfo.2
        Note that attempts to wait for SIGKILL and SIGSTOP are silently ignored
      stat.2
        Note POSIX.1-2001 and POSIX.1-2008 requirements for lstat()
        Regarding automounter action, add a reference to fstatat(2)
        Clean up text describing which POSIX describes S_IF* constants
      aio_cancel.3
        Clarify meaning of "return status" and "error status"
      gets.3
        POSIX.1-2008 marks gets() obsolescent
            The page formerly erroneously stated that POSIX.1-2008
            removed the specification of this function.
      mbsnrtowcs.3
        CONFORMING TO: Add POSIX.1-2008
            This function is specified in the POSIX.1-2008 revision.
      regex.3
        Change "terminating null" to "terminating null byte"
      stpcpy.3
      stpncpy.3
        Note that these functions are in POSIX.1-2008
            Update the "CONFORMING TO" sections of these functions to
            note that they are now part of the POSIX.1-2008 standard.
      stpncpy.3
        Change "terminating null" to "terminating null byte"
      strcpy.3
        SEE ALSO: Add stpncpy(3)
      strdup.3
        CONFORMING TO: strndup() is in POSIX.1-2008
      wcpcpy.3
      wcpncpy.3
      wcsnlen.3
      wcsnrtombs.3
        CONFORMING TO: Add POSIX.1-2008
            These functions are specified in the POSIX.1-2008 revision.
      proc.5
        Document /proc/[pid]/ns/
        Some edit's to Eric Biederman's /proc/[pid]/ns/ additions
      capabilities.7
        List setns(2) as an operation allowed by CAP_SYS_ADMIN

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- update to version 3.34
  * New and rewritten pages
      rt_sigqueueinfo.2
        New page for rt_sigqueueinfo(2) and rt_tgsigqueueinfo(2)
            This replaces the previous '.so' man page link file for
            rt_sigqueueinfo.2, which linked to this sigqueue() man page.
      cciss.4
        New man page for cciss driver
            I obtained the information in this man page as a consequence
            of having worked on the cciss driver for the past several years,
            and having written considerable portions of it.
        Copyedit by mtk
      hpsa.4
        New man page for the hpsa driver
            I obtained the information in this man page as a consequence
            of being the main author of the hpsa driver
        Copyedits my mtk
  * Newly documented interfaces in existing pages
      fstatat.2
        Document AT_NO_AUTOMOUNT
      lseek.2
        Document SEEK_HOLE and SEEK_DATA
            These flags, designed for discovering holes in a file,
            were added in Linux 3.1. Included comments from Eric
            Blake and Sunil Mushran.
      madvise.2
        Add MADV_HUGEPAGE and MADV_NOHUGEPAGE
            Document the MADV_HUGEPAGE and MADV_NOHUGEPAGE flags added to
            madvise() in Linux 2.6.38.
  * New and changed links
      rt_tgsigqueueinfo.2
        New link to new rt_sigqueueinfo.2 page
      sigqueue.2
        Create link to page that was relocated to section 3
  * Global changes
  * Various pages
        Change reference to "sigqueue(2)" to "sigqueue(3)"
  * Changes to individual pages
      fallocate.2
        ERRORS: Add EPERM and ESPIPE errors
      lseek.2
        Remove suspect note about 'whence' being incorrect English.
      prctl.2
        PR_SET_DUMPABLE makes process non-ptrace-attachable
      readlink.2
        Document using st_size to allocate the buffer
        Added copyright text + changelog note for Guillem Jover's patch
      sched_setscheduler.2
        Document 2.6.39 changes to rules governing changes from SCHED_IDLE policy
            Since Linux 2.6.39, unprivileged processes under the
            SCHED_IDLE policy can switch to another nonrealtime
            policy if their nice value falls within the range
            permitted by their RLIMIT_NICE limit.
      tkill.2
        SEE ALSO: Add rt_sigqueueinfo (2)
      btowc.3, wctob.3
        Add pointers to better, thread-safe alternative functions
            See http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=606899
      fwide.3
        Add _ISOC95_SOURCE to feature test macro requirements
            Since glibc 2.12, _ISOC95_SOURCE can also be used to expose
            prototype of this function.
      index.3
        Fix text mentioning terminating null
      pthread_sigqueue.3
        Replace explicit mention of rt_tgsigqueueinfo() with SEE ALSO reference
      sigqueue.3
        Move this page to section 3
            Now that the underlying system call rt_sigqueueinfo(2) is
            properly documented, move sigqueue() to Section 3, since
            it is really a library function.
        Update text in line with existence of new rt_sigqueueinfo.2 page
      wcsnlen.3
        Improve description of 'maxlen' argument
            It's worth clarifying 'maxlen' is in wide-char units, not bytes.
      wprintf.3
        Add _ISOC95_SOURCE to feature test macro requirements
            Since glibc 2.12, _ISOC95_SOURCE can also be used to expose
            prototype of these functions.
      feature_test_macros.7
        Document _ISOC95_SOURCE
            _ISOC95_SOURCE was added in glibc 2.12 as a means
            to expose C90 Amendment 1 definitions.
      ip.7
        Improve description of IP_MTU_DISCOVER
      signal.7
        SEE ALSO: Add rt_sigqueueinfo(2)

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- Remove man3/crypt.3 and crypt_r.3 since those are now provided
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