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+From: Y Giridhar Appaji Nag <giridhar@appaji.net>
+Subject: Path and typo fixes made a dpatch
+ Fix lintian W: hyphen-used-as-minus-sign
+ Fix ifplugd.8 -w option retval, thanks Jérémie Corbier <jcorbier@ubuntu.com>
+
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/doc/README ifplugd-0.28/doc/README
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/doc/README 2008-03-07 07:33:56.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/doc/README 2008-03-07 17:59:17.000000000 +0530
+@@ -186,7 +186,7 @@
+
+ When you are using the hotplug subsystem (Debian package hotplug) you
+ may notice that the network device is configured even when it is not
+- listed on an auto line in /etc/network/interface. This may be due to
++ listed on an auto line in /etc/network/interfaces. This may be due to
+ hotplug being configured to ifup the network interface when it becomes
+ available. This was the default behavior in the Debian hotplug package
+ prior to release 0.0.20030117-1, for example. To prevent this you
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/doc/README.html ifplugd-0.28/doc/README.html
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/doc/README.html 2008-03-07 07:33:56.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/doc/README.html 2008-03-07 17:59:17.000000000 +0530
+@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@
+ <p>When you are using the hotplug subsystem (Debian package
+ <tt>hotplug</tt>) you may notice that the network device is configured
+ even when it is not listed on an <tt>auto</tt> line in
+-<tt>/etc/network/interface</tt>. This may be due to <tt>hotplug</tt>
++<tt>/etc/network/interfaces</tt>. This may be due to <tt>hotplug</tt>
+ being configured to <tt>ifup</tt> the network interface when it
+ becomes available. This was the default behavior in the Debian
+ <tt>hotplug</tt> package prior to release <tt>0.0.20030117-1</tt>, for
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/doc/README.html.in ifplugd-0.28/doc/README.html.in
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/doc/README.html.in 2008-03-07 07:33:56.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/doc/README.html.in 2008-03-07 17:59:17.000000000 +0530
+@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@
+ <p>When you are using the hotplug subsystem (Debian package
+ <tt>hotplug</tt>) you may notice that the network device is configured
+ even when it is not listed on an <tt>auto</tt> line in
+-<tt>/etc/network/interface</tt>. This may be due to <tt>hotplug</tt>
++<tt>/etc/network/interfaces</tt>. This may be due to <tt>hotplug</tt>
+ being configured to <tt>ifup</tt> the network interface when it
+ becomes available. This was the default behavior in the Debian
+ <tt>hotplug</tt> package prior to release <tt>0.0.20030117-1</tt>, for
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.8 ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.8
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.8 2005-06-05 01:11:50.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.8 2008-03-07 18:00:12.000000000 +0530
+@@ -9,88 +9,88 @@
+
+ It uses your distribution's native ifup/ifdown programs, but can be configured to do anything you wish when the state of the interface changes. It may ignore short unplugged whiles (\fB-d\f1 option) or plugged whiles (\fB-u\f1 option).
+
+-ifplugd may be used in "compatibility mode" by specifying -F on the command line. Than ifplugd will treat network drivers which do not support link beat querying as always online.
++ifplugd may be used in "compatibility mode" by specifying \-F on the command line. Than ifplugd will treat network drivers which do not support link beat querying as always online.
+ .SH OPTIONS
+ .TP
+-\fB-a | --no-auto\f1
++\fB\-a | \-\-no-auto\f1
+ Do not enable interface automatically (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-n | --no-daemon\f1
++\fB\-n | \-\-no-daemon\f1
+ Do not daemonize (for debugging) (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-s | --no-syslog\f1
++\fB\-s | \-\-no-syslog\f1
+ Do not use syslog, use stdout instead (for debugging) (default: off).
+ .TP
+-\fB-b | --no-beep\f1
++\fB\-b | \-\-no-beep\f1
+ Do not beep (off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-f | --ignore-fail\f1
++\fB\-f | \-\-ignore-fail\f1
+ Ignore detection failure, retry instead. Failure is treated as "no link". (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-F | --ignore-fail-positive\f1
++\fB\-F | \-\-ignore-fail-positive\f1
+ Ignore detection failure, retry instead. Failure is treated as "link detected". (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-i | --iface=\f1 \fIIFACE\f1
++\fB\-i | \-\-iface=\f1 \fIIFACE\f1
+ Specify ethernet interface (default: eth0)
+ .TP
+-\fB-r | --run=\f1 \fIEXEC\f1
++\fB\-r | \-\-run=\f1 \fIEXEC\f1
+ Specify program to execute when link status changes (default: \fI/etc/ifplugd/ifplugd.action\f1)
+ .TP
+-\fB-I | --ignore-retval\f1
++\fB\-I | \-\-ignore-retval\f1
+ Don't exit on nonzero return value of program executed on link change. (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-t | --poll-time=\f1 \fISECS\f1
++\fB\-t | \-\-poll-time=\f1 \fISECS\f1
+ Specify poll time in seconds (default: 1)
+ .TP
+-\fB-u | --delay-up=\f1 \fISECS\f1
++\fB\-u | \-\-delay-up=\f1 \fISECS\f1
+ Specify delay for configuring interface (default: 0)
+ .TP
+-\fB-d | --delay-down=\f1 \fISECS\f1
++\fB\-d | \-\-delay-down=\f1 \fISECS\f1
+ Specify delay for deconfiguring interface (default: 5)
+ .TP
+-\fB-m | --api-mode=\f1 \fIMODE\f1
++\fB\-m | \-\-api-mode=\f1 \fIMODE\f1
+ Force a specific link beat detection ioctl() API. Possible values are auto, iff, wlan, ethtool, mii, and priv for automatic detection, interface flag (IFF_RUNNING), wireless extension, SIOCETHTOOL, SIOCGMIIREG resp. SIOCPRIV. Only the first character of the argument is relevant, case insensitive. (default: auto)
+ .TP
+-\fB-p | --no-startup\f1
++\fB\-p | \-\-no-startup\f1
+ Don't call the script to bring up network on deamon start (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-q | --no-shutdown\f1
++\fB\-q | \-\-no-shutdown\f1
+ Don't call the script for network shutdown on deamon quit (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-w | --wait-on-fork\f1
+-When daemonizing, wait until the background process finished with the initial link beat detection. When this is enabled, the parent process will return the link status on exit. 1 means link beat detected, 2 stands for link beat not detected, everything else is an error.
++\fB\-w | \-\-wait-on-fork\f1
++When daemonizing, wait until the background process finished with the initial link beat detection. When this is enabled, the parent process will return the link status on exit. 2 means link beat detected, 3 stands for link beat not detected, everything else is an error.
+ .TP
+-\fB-W | --wait-on-kill\f1
+-When killing a running daemon (with -k) wait until the daemon died.
++\fB\-W | \-\-wait-on-kill\f1
++When killing a running daemon (with \-k) wait until the daemon died.
+ .TP
+-\fB-x | --extra-arg=\f1 \fIARG\f1
++\fB\-x | \-\-extra-arg=\f1 \fIARG\f1
+ Specify an extra argument to be passed to the action script.
+ .TP
+-\fB-M | --monitor\f1
++\fB\-M | \-\-monitor\f1
+ Don't fail when the network interface is not available, instead use NETLINK to monitor device avaibility. The is useful for PCMCIA devices and similar.
+ .TP
+-\fB-h | --help\f1
++\fB\-h | \-\-help\f1
+ Show help
+ .TP
+-\fB-k | --kill\f1
+-Kill a running daemon (Specify -i to select the daemon instance to kill)
++\fB\-k | \-\-kill\f1
++Kill a running daemon (Specify \-i to select the daemon instance to kill)
+ .TP
+-\fB-c | --check-running\f1
++\fB\-c | \-\-check-running\f1
+ Check if a daemon is running for a given network interface. Sets the return value to 0 if a daemon is already running or to 255 if not.
+ .TP
+-\fB-v | --version\f1
++\fB\-v | \-\-version\f1
+ Show version
+ .TP
+-\fB-S | --supend\f1
+-Suspend a running daemon. The daemon will no longer check the link status until it is resumed (-R) again. (Specify -i to select the daemon instance to suspend.)
++\fB\-S | \-\-supend\f1
++Suspend a running daemon. The daemon will no longer check the link status until it is resumed (\-R) again. (Specify \-i to select the daemon instance to suspend.)
+ .TP
+-\fB-R | --resume\f1
+-Resume a suspended daemon. (Specify -i to select the daemon instance to resume.)
++\fB\-R | \-\-resume\f1
++Resume a suspended daemon. (Specify \-i to select the daemon instance to resume.)
+ .TP
+-\fB-z | --info\f1
+-Request that a running daemon shall write its status information to syslog. (Specify -i to select the daemon instance to send the request to.)
++\fB\-z | \-\-info\f1
++Request that a running daemon shall write its status information to syslog. (Specify \-i to select the daemon instance to send the request to.)
+ .SH FILES
+-\fI/etc/ifplugd/ifplugd.conf\f1: this file is sourced by the init script \fI/etc/init.d/ifplugd\f1 and contains the interface to be monitored and the options to be used.
++\fI/etc/default/ifplugd\f1: this file is sourced by the init script \fI/etc/init.d/ifplugd\f1 and contains the interface to be monitored and the options to be used.
+
+ \fI/etc/ifplugd/ifplugd.action\f1: this is the script which will be called by the daemon whenever the state of the interface changes. It takes two areguments: the first is the interface name (eg. eth0), the second either "up" or "down".
+
+@@ -102,15 +102,15 @@
+
+ \fIIFPLUGD_CURRENT\f1 The current link status. See above for possible values.
+ .SH SIGNALS
+-\fISIGINT, SIGTERM\f1 ifplugd will quit, possibly running the shutdown script. This is issued by passing -k to ifplugd.
++\fISIGINT, SIGTERM\f1 ifplugd will quit, possibly running the shutdown script. This is issued by passing \-k to ifplugd.
+
+ \fISIGQUIT\f1 ifplugd will quit, the shutdown script is never run.
+
+-\fISIGHUP\f1 ifplugd will write its status information to syslog. This is issued by -z.
++\fISIGHUP\f1 ifplugd will write its status information to syslog. This is issued by \-z.
+
+-\fISIGUSR1\f1 ifplugd will go to suspend mode. (-S)
++\fISIGUSR1\f1 ifplugd will go to suspend mode. (\-S)
+
+-\fISIGUSR2\f1 ifplugd will resume from suspend mode. (-R)
++\fISIGUSR2\f1 ifplugd will resume from suspend mode. (\-R)
+ .SH AUTHOR
+ ifplugd was written by Lennart Poettering <mzvscyhtq (at) 0pointer (dot) de>. ifplugd is available at \fBhttp://0pointer.de/lennart/projects/ifplugd/\f1
+ .SH SEE ALSO
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.8.xml.in ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.8.xml.in
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.8.xml.in 2005-03-30 21:44:39.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.8.xml.in 2008-03-07 18:00:00.000000000 +0530
+@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@
+ <optdesc><p> When daemonizing, wait until the background
+ process finished with the initial link beat detection. When
+ this is enabled, the parent process will return the link
+- status on exit. 1 means link beat detected, 2 stands for link
++ status on exit. 2 means link beat detected, 3 stands for link
+ beat not detected, everything else is an error.
+ </p></optdesc>
+ </option>
+@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@
+ <option>
+ <p><opt>-M | --monitor</opt></p>
+ <optdesc><p>
+- Don't fail when the network interface is not available, instead use NETLINK to monitor device avaibility. The is useful for PCMCIA devices and similar.
++ Don't fail when the network interface is not available, instead use NETLINK to monitor device availability. The is useful for PCMCIA devices and similar.
+ </p></optdesc>
+ </option>
+
+@@ -218,7 +218,7 @@
+ </option>
+
+ <option>
+- <p><opt>-S | --supend</opt></p> <optdesc><p> Suspend a running
++ <p><opt>-S | --suspend</opt></p> <optdesc><p> Suspend a running
+ daemon. The daemon will no longer check the link status until
+ it is resumed (-R) again. (Specify -i to select the daemon instance
+ to suspend.) </p></optdesc>
+@@ -241,14 +241,14 @@
+
+ <section name="Files">
+
+- <p><file>@sysconfdir@/ifplugd/ifplugd.conf</file>: this file is sourced
++ <p><file>@sysconfdir@/default/ifplugd</file>: this file is sourced
+ by the init script <file>@sysconfdir@/init.d/ifplugd</file> and
+ contains the interface to be monitored and the options to be
+ used.</p>
+
+ <p><file>@sysconfdir@/ifplugd/ifplugd.action</file>: this is the script
+ which will be called by the daemon whenever the state of the
+- interface changes. It takes two areguments: the first is the interface
++ interface changes. It takes two arguments: the first is the interface
+ name (eg. eth0), the second either "up" or "down". </p>
+
+ <p><file>/var/run/ifplugd.&lt;iface&gt;.pid</file>: the pid file
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.conf.5 ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.conf.5
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.conf.5 2008-03-07 07:33:56.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.conf.5 2008-03-07 17:59:17.000000000 +0530
+@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
+ .SH NAME
+ ifplugd.conf \- ifplugd configuration file
+ .SH SYNOPSIS
+-\fB/etc/ifplugd/ifplugd.conf
++\fB/etc/default/ifplugd
+ \f1
+ .SH DESCRIPTION
+ ifplugd.conf is the configuration file for ifplugd. It is a shell script that is sourced by the init script starting the daemon. It shall be used to set environment variables which are interpreted by the init script:
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.conf.5.xml.in ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.conf.5.xml.in
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugd.conf.5.xml.in 2008-03-07 07:33:56.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugd.conf.5.xml.in 2008-03-07 17:59:17.000000000 +0530
+@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@
+ <manpage name="ifplugd.conf" section="5" desc="ifplugd configuration file">
+
+ <synopsis>
+- <cmd>@sysconfdir@/ifplugd/ifplugd.conf</cmd>
++ <cmd>@sysconfdir@/default/ifplugd</cmd>
+ </synopsis>
+
+ <description>
+@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
+ <option>
+ <p><opt>INTERFACES</opt></p> <optdesc><p>Specifies the
+ ethernet interfaces to monitor. It has to contain a space
+- seperated list of network interfaces names. Most users will
++ separated list of network interfaces names. Most users will
+ probably use "eth0" here, however you may add additional
+ interfaces for monitoring more than one device. A special
+ value is supported as well: "auto" will enable a more or less
+diff -urNad ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugstatus.8 ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugstatus.8
+--- ifplugd-0.28~/man/ifplugstatus.8 2008-03-07 07:33:56.000000000 +0530
++++ ifplugd-0.28/man/ifplugstatus.8 2008-03-07 17:59:17.000000000 +0530
+@@ -23,19 +23,19 @@
+ .SH OPTIONS
+ You may specify an ethernet device on the command line. Otherwise ifplugstatus will check all available network interfaces.
+ .TP
+-\fB-a | --auto\f1
++\fB\-a | \-\-auto\f1
+ Enable interface automatically before querying (default: off)
+ .TP
+-\fB-h | --help\f1
++\fB\-h | \-\-help\f1
+ Show help
+ .TP
+-\fB-q | --quiet\f1
++\fB\-q | \-\-quiet\f1
+ Decrease verbosity by one. If the verbosity is < 0, no text will be shown, only the return value is relevant; if the verbosity is = 0, a terse status will be shown; If the verbosity is > 0, detailed information about the used API is returned. (By default the verbosity is 0)
+ .TP
+-\fB-v | --verbose\f1
++\fB\-v | \-\-verbose\f1
+ Increase verbosity by one. See option \fB-q\f1.
+ .TP
+-\fB-V | --version\f1
++\fB\-V | \-\-version\f1
+ Show version
+ .SH RETURN VALUES
+ \fI0\f1 Success