Extra spaces in man pages
There is an extra space between the left parenthesis and XDR here in the xdr_admin(3nsl) man page:
Routines See rpc(3NSL) for the definition of the XDR data structure. Note that any buffers passed to the XDR routines must be properly aligned. It is suggested either that malloc(3C) be used to allocate these buffers, or that the programmer insure that the buffer address is divisible evenly by four. #include <rpc/xdr.h> bool_t xdr_control( XDR *xdrs, int req, void *info);
Extra space at the beginning of the paragraph here in tcp(7p) man page:
If an application does not want to allow another socket using the SO_REUSEADDR option to bind to a port its socket is bound to, the application can set the socket level option SO_EXCLBIND on a socket. The option values of 0 and 1 mean enabling and disabling the option respectively. Once this option is enabled on a socket, no other socket can be bound to the same port.
Updated by Marcel Telka about 6 years ago
One more extra space in share_nfs(1m) man page before AUTH_SYS here:
root=access_list Only root users from the hosts specified in access_list have root access. See access_list below. By default, no host has root access, so root users are mapped to an anonymous user ID (see the anon=uid option described above). Netgroups can be used if the file system shared is using UNIX authen- tication ( AUTH_SYS).
Updated by Electric Monk about 6 years ago
Author: Jerome Coussanes <email@example.com> 4398 Extra spaces in man pages Reviewed by: Marcel Telka <firstname.lastname@example.org> Approved by: Robert Mustacchi <email@example.com>