cvs commit: LFS/BOOK/appendixa autoconf-desc.xml automake-desc.xml bash-desc.xml binutils-desc.xml bison-desc.xml bzip2-desc.xml ed-desc.xml file-desc.xml findutils-desc.xml gcc-desc.xml glibc-desc.xml libtool-desc.xml m4-desc.xml modutils-desc.xml ncurses-desc.xml psmisc-desc.xml shadowpwd-desc.xml shellutils-desc.xml sysklogd-desc.xml sysvinit-desc.xml textutils-desc.xml

gerard at linuxfromscratch.org gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu May 23 10:00:35 PDT 2002


gerard      02/05/23 10:00:35

  Modified:    BOOK     index.xml
               BOOK/appendixa autoconf-desc.xml automake-desc.xml
                        bash-desc.xml binutils-desc.xml bison-desc.xml
                        bzip2-desc.xml ed-desc.xml file-desc.xml
                        findutils-desc.xml gcc-desc.xml glibc-desc.xml
                        libtool-desc.xml m4-desc.xml modutils-desc.xml
                        ncurses-desc.xml psmisc-desc.xml shadowpwd-desc.xml
                        shellutils-desc.xml sysklogd-desc.xml
                        sysvinit-desc.xml textutils-desc.xml
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  fixed upper case / lower case mistakes
  
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  +++ index.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.420
  @@ -4,8 +4,8 @@
   
   <!ENTITY book SYSTEM "book/book.xml">
   
  -<!ENTITY version "20020521">
  -<!ENTITY releasedate "May 21st, 2002">
  +<!ENTITY version "20020523">
  +<!ENTITY releasedate "May 23rd, 2002">
   
   <!ENTITY ftp-root "ftp://ftp.linuxfromscratch.org">
   <!ENTITY http-root "http://ftp.linuxfromscratch.org">
  
  
  
  1.7       +7 -7      LFS/BOOK/appendixa/autoconf-desc.xml
  
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  diff -u -r1.6 -r1.7
  --- autoconf-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.6
  +++ autoconf-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.7
  @@ -7,20 +7,20 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>autoconf</title>
  -<para>Autoconf is a tool for producing shell scripts that automatically
  +<para>autoconf is a tool for producing shell scripts that automatically
   configure software source code packages to adapt to many kinds of
  -UNIX-like systems.  The configuration scripts produced by Autoconf are
  -independent of Autoconf when they are run, so their users do not need to
  -have Autoconf.</para></sect4>
  +UNIX-like systems.  The configuration scripts produced by autoconf are
  +independent of autoconf when they are run, so their users do not need to
  +have autoconf.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>autoheader</title>
   <para>The autoheader program can create a template file of C #define
   statements for configure to use</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>autoreconf</title>
  -<para>If there are a lot of Autoconf-generated configure scripts, the
  +<para>If there are a lot of autoconf-generated configure scripts, the
   autoreconf program can save some work.  It runs autoconf (and
  -autoheader, where appropriate) repeatedly to remake the Autoconf
  +autoheader, where appropriate) repeatedly to remake the autoconf
   configure scripts and configuration header templates in the directory
   tree rooted at the current directory.</para></sect4>
   
  @@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
   
   <sect4><title>autoupdate</title>
   <para>The autoupdate program updates a configure.in file that calls
  -Autoconf macros by their old names to use the current 
  +autoconf macros by their old names to use the current
   macro names.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>ifnames</title>
  
  
  
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  --- automake-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.6
  +++ automake-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.7
  @@ -6,14 +6,14 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>aclocal</title>
  -<para>Automake includes a number of Autoconf macros which can be used in
  -packages; some of them are actually required by Automake in certain
  +<para>automake includes a number of autoconf macros which can be used in
  +packages; some of them are actually required by automake in certain
   situations. These macros must be defined in the aclocal.m4-file;
   otherwise they will not be seen by autoconf.</para>
   
   <para>The aclocal program will automatically generate aclocal.m4 files
   based on the contents of configure.in.  This provides a convenient
  -way to get Automake-provided macros, without having to search around.
  +way to get automake-provided macros, without having to search around.
   Also, the aclocal mechanism is extensible for use 
   by other packages.</para></sect4>
   
  
  
  
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  --- bash-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.5
  +++ bash-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.6
  @@ -6,8 +6,8 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>bash</title>
  -<para>Bash is the Bourne-Again SHell, which is a widely used command
  -interpreter on Unix systems. Bash is a program that reads from standard
  +<para>bash is the Bourne-Again SHell, which is a widely used command
  +interpreter on Unix systems. The bash program reads from standard
   input, the keyboard. A user types something and the program will evaluate
   what he has typed and do something with it, like running a
   program.</para></sect4>
  
  
  
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  --- binutils-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.10
  +++ binutils-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.11
  @@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
   from clashing.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>gasp</title>
  -<para>Gasp is the Assembler Macro Preprocessor.</para></sect4>
  +<para>gasp is the Assembler Macro Preprocessor.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>gprof</title>
   <para>gprof displays call graph profile data.</para></sect4>
  
  
  
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  --- bison-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.9
  +++ bison-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.10
  @@ -8,8 +8,8 @@
   
   <sect4><title>bison</title>
   
  -<para>Bison is a parser generator, a replacement for YACC. YACC stands for Yet
  -Another Compiler Compiler. What is Bison then? It is a program that
  +<para>bison is a parser generator, a replacement for yacc. yacc stands for Yet
  +Another Compiler Compiler. What is bison then? It is a program that
   generates a program that analyzes the structure of a text file. Instead of
   writing the actual program a user specifies how things should be connected
   and with those rules a program is constructed that analyzes the 
  @@ -22,8 +22,7 @@
   
   <para>A human can easily come to the result 7. Why? Because of the structure. 
   Our brain knows
  -how to interpret the string. The computer doesn't know that and Bison
  -is a
  +how to interpret the string. The computer doesn't know that and bison is a
   tool to help it understand by presenting the string in the following way
   to the compiler:</para>
   
  @@ -41,7 +40,7 @@
   result makes 7. In calculating the most complex calculations can be
   broken down in this tree format and the computer just starts at the
   bottom and works its way up to the top and comes with the correct
  -answer. Of course, Bison isn't only used for calculators
  +answer. Of course, bison isn't only used for calculators
   alone.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>yacc</title>
  
  
  
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  --- bzip2-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.6
  +++ bzip2-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.7
  @@ -7,7 +7,7 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>bunzip2</title>
  -<para>Bunzip2 decompresses files that are compressed with
  +<para>bunzip2 decompresses files that are compressed with
   bzip2.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>bzcat</title>
  
  
  
  1.5       +1 -1      LFS/BOOK/appendixa/ed-desc.xml
  
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  +++ ed-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.5
  @@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
   <sect3><title>Description</title>
   
   <sect4><title>ed</title>
  -<para>Ed is a line-oriented text editor.  It is used to create, display,
  +<para>ed is a line-oriented text editor.  It is used to create, display,
   modify and otherwise manipulate text files.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>red</title>
  
  
  
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  --- file-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.4
  +++ file-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.5
  @@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>file</title>
  -<para>File tests each specified file in an attempt to classify it. There are 
  +<para>file tests each specified file in an attempt to classify it. There are
   three sets  of  tests,  performed in this order: filesystem tests, 
   magic number tests, and language tests. The first test that succeeds 
   causes the file type to be printed.</para></sect4>
  
  
  
  1.10      +2 -2      LFS/BOOK/appendixa/findutils-desc.xml
  
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  +++ findutils-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.10
  @@ -21,12 +21,12 @@
   current directory and its subdirectories.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>frcode</title>
  -<para>updatedb runs a program called frcode to compress the list of file names
  +<para>frcode is called by updatedb to compress the list of file names
   using front-compression, which reduces the database size by a factor of
   4 to 5.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>locate</title>
  -<para>Locate scans a database which contain all files and directories on a
  +<para>locate scans a database which contain all files and directories on a
   filesystem. This program lists the files and directories in this
   database matching a certain criteria. If a user is looking for a file this
   program will scan the database and tell him exactly where the files he
  
  
  
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  --- gcc-desc.xml	7 May 2002 19:36:49 -0000	1.10
  +++ gcc-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.11
  @@ -35,15 +35,15 @@
   code through optimization.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>protoize</title>
  -<para>Optional additional program which converts old-style pre-ANSI
  -functions or definitions to new-style ANSI C prototypes. (default file
  +<para>protoize converts old-style pre-ANSI
  +functions or definitions to new-style ANSI C prototypes (the default file
   for looking known ones up is
  -<filename>/usr/lib/gcc-lib/<arch>/<version>/SYSCALLS.c.X</filename>)</para></sect4>
  +<filename>/usr/lib/gcc-lib/<arch>/<version>/SYSCALLS.c.X</filename>).</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>unprotoize</title>
  -<para>Optional additional program which converts prototypes made by
  -protoize back to original old-style pre-ANSI (correct job only when
  -converted before with protoize)</para></sect4>
  +<para>unprotoize converts prototypes
  +back to the original old-style pre-ANSI functions, doing a correct
  +job only when they were converted with protoize.</para></sect4>
   
   </sect3>
   
  
  
  
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  +++ glibc-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.14
  @@ -137,20 +137,20 @@
   programs in Linux.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>libc, libc_nonshared, libc_p</title>
  -<para>These files constitute the main C library.  The C Library is a
  +<para>These files constitute the main C library.  The C library is a
   collection of commonly used functions in programs.
   This way a programmer doesn't need to create his own functions for every
   single task. The most common things like writing a string to the screen
   are already present and at the disposal of the programmer.</para>
   
  -<para>The C library (actually almost every library) come in two flavors:
  -dynamic ones and static ones. In short when a program uses a static C
  -library, the code from the C library will be copied into the executable
  -file. When a program uses a dynamic library, that executable will not
  +<para>The C library (actually almost every library) comes in two flavors:
  +a dynamic and a static one. In short, when a program uses a static C
  +library, the code from the C library is copied into the executable file.
  +When a program uses a dynamic library, the executable will not
   contain the code from the C library, but  instead a routine that loads
   the functions from the library at the time the program is run. This
   means a significant decrease in the file size of a program. The
  -documentation that comes with the C Library describes this in more
  +documentation that comes with the C library describes this in more
   detail, as it is too complicated to explain here in one or two
   lines.</para></sect4>
   
  
  
  
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  --- libtool-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.6
  +++ libtool-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.7
  @@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>libtool</title>
  -<para>Libtool provides generalized library-building 
  +<para>libtool provides generalized library-building
   support services.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>libtoolize</title>
  @@ -21,8 +21,8 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>libltdl</title>
  -<para>Libtool provides a small library, called `libltdl', that aims at hiding 
  -the various difficulties of dlopening libraries from programmers.</para></sect4>
  +<para>libltdl is a small library that aims at hiding from programmers
  +the various difficulties of dlopening libraries.</para></sect4>
   
   </sect3>
   
  
  
  
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  +++ m4-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.6
  @@ -6,11 +6,11 @@
   <sect3><title>Descriptions</title>
   
   <sect4><title>m4</title>
  -<para>M4 is a macro processor. It copies input to output expanding macros as it 
  +<para>m4 is a macro processor. It copies input to output expanding macros as it
   goes. Macros are either built-in or user-defined and can take any number
   of arguments. Besides just doing macro expansion m4 has built-in functions 
   for including named files, running UNIX commands, doing integer arithmetic, 
  -manipulating text in various ways, recursion, etc. M4 can be used either 
  +manipulating text in various ways, recursion, etc. The m4 program can be used either
   as a front-end to a compiler or as a macro processor in its own
   right.</para></sect4>
   
  
  
  
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  @@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
   displays any  information that it can glean.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>modprobe</title>
  -<para>Modprobe uses a Makefile-like dependency file, created by depmod, 
  +<para>modprobe uses a Makefile-like dependency file, created by depmod,
   to automatically load the relevant module(s) from the set of modules 
   available in predefined directory trees.</para></sect4>
   
  
  
  
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  --- ncurses-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.8
  +++ ncurses-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.9
  @@ -64,10 +64,9 @@
   libpanel_g.a</para>
   
   <sect4><title>libcurses, libncurses++, libncurses, libncurses_g</title>
  -<para>The libraries that make up the Ncurses library are used to display
  +<para>These libraries are the base of the system and are used to display
   text (often in a fancy way) on the screen. An example where ncurses is used
  -is in the kernel's <quote>make menuconfig</quote> process.  The
  -libncurses libraries are the base of the system.</para></sect4>
  +is in the kernel's <quote>make menuconfig</quote> process.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>libform, libform_g</title>
   <para>libform is used to implement forms in ncurses.</para></sect4>
  
  
  
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  +++ psmisc-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.10
  @@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
   commands.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>pidof</title>
  -<para>Pidof finds the process id's (pids) of the named programs and
  +<para>pidof finds the process id's (pids) of the named programs and
   prints those id's on standard output.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>pstree</title>
  
  
  
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  --- shadowpwd-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.7
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  @@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
   user login shells.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>expiry</title>
  -<para>Checks and enforces password expiration policy.</para></sect4>
  +<para>expiry checks and enforces a password expiration policy.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>faillog</title>
   <para>faillog formats the contents of the failure log,/var/log/faillog, and 
  @@ -107,9 +107,9 @@
   <para>sg executes command as a different group ID.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>su</title>
  -<para>Change the effective user id and group id to that of a user. This
  -replaces the su programs that's installed from the 
  -Shellutils package.</para></sect4>
  +<para>su changes the effective user id and group id to that of a given user.
  +This replaces the su programs that's installed from the
  +Sh-utils package.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>useradd</title>
   <para>useradd creates a new user or update default new user 
  
  
  
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  @@ -101,7 +101,7 @@
   <para>test checks file types and compares values.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>true</title>
  -<para>True always exits with a status code indicating success.</para></sect4>
  +<para>true always exits with a status code indicating success.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>tty</title>
   <para>tty prints the file name of the terminal connected to standard 
  
  
  
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  @@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
   messages.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>syslogd</title>
  -<para>Syslogd provides a kind of logging that many modern programs use. Every 
  +<para>syslogd provides the kind of logging that many modern programs use. Every
   logged message contains at least a time and a hostname field, normally a 
   program name field, too, but that depends on how trusty the logging 
   program is.</para></sect4>
  
  
  
  1.9       +1 -1      LFS/BOOK/appendixa/sysvinit-desc.xml
  
  Index: sysvinit-desc.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/LFS/BOOK/appendixa/sysvinit-desc.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.8
  retrieving revision 1.9
  diff -u -r1.8 -r1.9
  --- sysvinit-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.8
  +++ sysvinit-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.9
  @@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
   file /var/log/btmp, which contains all the bad login attempts.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>mesg</title>
  -<para>Mesg controls the access to the users terminal by others. It's typically 
  +<para>mesg controls the access to the user's terminal by others. It's typically
   used to allow or disallow other users to write to his terminal.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>pidof</title>
  
  
  
  1.9       +3 -3      LFS/BOOK/appendixa/textutils-desc.xml
  
  Index: textutils-desc.xml
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/LFS/BOOK/appendixa/textutils-desc.xml,v
  retrieving revision 1.8
  retrieving revision 1.9
  diff -u -r1.8 -r1.9
  --- textutils-desc.xml	19 Apr 2002 18:27:00 -0000	1.8
  +++ textutils-desc.xml	23 May 2002 17:00:34 -0000	1.9
  @@ -40,8 +40,8 @@
   writing to standard output.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>head</title>
  -<para>Print first xx (10 by default) lines of each specified file to standard 
  -output.</para></sect4>
  +<para>head prints the first xx (10 by default) lines of each specified file to
  +standard output.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>join</title>
   <para>join joins lines of two files on a common field.</para></sect4>
  @@ -101,7 +101,7 @@
   output.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>uniq</title>
  -<para>Uniq removes duplicate lines from a sorted file.</para></sect4>
  +<para>uniq removes duplicate lines from a sorted file.</para></sect4>
   
   <sect4><title>wc</title>
   <para>wc prints line, word, and byte counts for each specified file, and a
  
  
  
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