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cleanup: Remove some spurious spaces

Sorry detail-oriented people tend to wipe these out if they notice them.
Add in automated tools and lots of excess end-of-line spaces get wiped
out.

Addresses: https://github.com/karelzak/util-linux/pull/849
Signed-off-by: Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
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Elliott Mitchell 3 years ago committed by Karel Zak
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10
Documentation/TODO

@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ script
records in the timing file
- for example timing file format:
<type> <timestamp> [<offset> | <signal> ...]
O 0.001296 256
@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ hwclock
- use /var/lib/hwclock/drift to store hw-clock drift numbers.
- use /etc/adjtime as read-only for UTC/LOCAL information only
- the /var/lib/hwclock/drift should be implemented backwardly compatible,
it means use the file only if exists, otherwise follow /etc/adjtime
it means use the file only if exists, otherwise follow /etc/adjtime
bash completion
---------------
@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ partx
-----
- support mapping by device-mapper if argv[0] is "kpartx" or --dm option is used.
getopt
------
@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ login-utils:
libblkid
--------
- (!) add support for BitLocker Drive Encryption
- (!) add support for BitLocker Drive Encryption
https://github.com/karelzak/util-linux/issues/617
https://github.com/libyal/libbde/blob/master/documentation/BitLocker%20Drive%20Encryption%20(BDE)%20format.asciidoc
@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ misc
- add mllockall() and SCHED_FIFO to hwclock,
see http://lkml.org/lkml/2008/10/12/132
---------------
exotic requests

4
Documentation/cal.txt

@ -10,13 +10,13 @@ that even if I was dumb enough to try. From this we can easily calculate
the day of week for any date. The algorithm for a zero based day of week:
calculate the number of days in all prior years (year-1)*365
add the number of leap years (days?) since year 1
add the number of leap years (days?) since year 1
(not including this year as that is covered later)
add the day number within the year
this compensates for the non-inclusive leap year
calculation
if the day in question occurs before the gregorian reformation
(3 sep 1752 for our purposes), then simply return
(3 sep 1752 for our purposes), then simply return
(value so far - 1 + SATURDAY's value of 6) modulo 7.
if the day in question occurs during the reformation (3 sep 1752
to 13 sep 1752 inclusive) return THURSDAY. This is my

2
Documentation/example.files/motd

@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
|^^^^^^|
| | _____________________
| | _____________________
| | / \
| (o)(o) | |
@ _) | BOGUS man!! |

2
Documentation/getopt_changelog.txt

@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
19980611: Fixed --version bug (was not available, though documented!)
19980611: Removed compiler warnings.
19980603: Bumped up version number to 1.0.1
19980603: Fixed sizeof() bug (should be strlen) in getopt.c, thanks to
19980603: Fixed sizeof() bug (should be strlen) in getopt.c, thanks to
Bob Proulx (rwp@hprwp.fc.hp.com).
19980505: Changed date field in LSM to proper syntax
19980505: Released version 1.0

2
Documentation/howto-compilation.txt

@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ Compile certain portion
It's also possible to disable all the programs and enable only wanted.
For example:
./configure --disable-all-programs --enable-fallocate
Note that the configure script tracks dependencies between libs and

6
Documentation/howto-tests.txt

@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ TS_OPT_testdir_[testscript_]memcheck="<yes|no>"
Run certain tests with valgrind. Similar usage like TS_OPT_*_fake above.
External services
External services
-----------------
Travis CI - automatically executed for all github commits.
@ -141,6 +141,6 @@ Drone.io - automatically executed for all github commits.
ret=0
travis_script || ret=$?
travis_after_script
exit $ret
exit $ret
yes, it shares the setup functions with travis-ci.

2
Documentation/hwclock.txt

@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
Hwclock is a program that runs under Linux and sets and queries the
Hwclock is a program that runs under Linux and sets and queries the
Hardware Clock, which is often called the Real Time Clock, RTC, or
CMOS clock.

6
Documentation/modems-with-agetty.txt

@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ the &D2 and &C1 commands may not be entirely standard.
Exit kermit/minicom.
Put the command
Put the command
/sbin/agetty -w 2400 ttyS1
@ -61,11 +61,11 @@ for the same setup as above, use the following agetty command in your
The final \015 is an octal coding of the carriage return character
ending the command string.
If you're using simpleinit (part of this package) instead of the SYSV
If you're using simpleinit (part of this package) instead of the SYSV
compatible init (you're most likely using the SYSV one!) then you must
remove the single quotes from the command line above.
Note that the &W0 command was not used here since the modem will be
Note that the &W0 command was not used here since the modem will be
initialized each time agetty starts.
With a V.34 (28.8 kbps) modem try starting with a command like:

2
Documentation/mount.txt

@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ Stephen Tweedie <sct@dcs.ed.ac.uk>.
Andries Brouwer <aeb@cwi.nl>
Adrian Bunk <bunk@stusta.de>
Presently in util-linux maintained by Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>.
Presently in util-linux maintained by Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>.
== Notes to developers ==

58
Documentation/poeigl.txt

@ -16,10 +16,10 @@ Version 1.48 (6-Jun-97)
After idea by Andries Brouwer.
Version 1.47 (2-Apr-97)
Got new version of hostid.c and hostid.1 from
Got new version of hostid.c and hostid.1 from
Sander van Malssen <svm@kozmix.ow.nl>.
Removed premature endutent() call in login.c, simpleinit.c and
agetty.c to be compatible with the changed semantics of gnu libc2.
Removed premature endutent() call in login.c, simpleinit.c and
agetty.c to be compatible with the changed semantics of gnu libc2.
Fix by Jesse Thilo <Jesse.Thilo@pobox.com>.
Version 1.46 (28-Jan-97)
@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ Version 1.45a (16-Dec-96)
Some support for the RB-1 Cryptocard token for challenge/response
authentication. This needs a DES library, either Eric Young's
libdes, or the Koontz implementation, see cryptocard.c.
Initial support patch by Randolph Bentson,
Initial support patch by Randolph Bentson,
<bentson@grieg.seaslug.org>
Changed getpass() to use fputs() instead of fprintf().
@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ Version 1.40a (29-Dec-95):
<ear@usfirst.org>, but somewhat butchered by me.
Version 1.39 (25-Oct-95):
Lots of testing and bugfixes in agetty. Now the modem init stuff
Lots of testing and bugfixes in agetty. Now the modem init stuff
should finally work (for me). Also wrote modem.agetty as an example
on how to use agetty with a modem.
Agetty now also supports baud rates of 38400, 57600, 115200 and
@ -85,7 +85,7 @@ Version 1.37 (15-Sep-95):
Added -I <initstring> and -w options to agetty.c for those that
use agetty with modems.
Version 1.36 (25-Aug-95):
Version 1.36 (25-Aug-95):
Enhanced /etc/usertty features with group support. Moved this part
of login.c to checktty.c. One can now define classes of hosts and
ttys and do access checking based on unix-group membership. See
@ -103,12 +103,12 @@ Version 1.36 (25-Aug-95):
Version 1.35 (7-Aug-95):
login.c: Much improved features for the usertty file, allows
access control based on both hostnames/addresses and line. See the
access control based on both hostnames/addresses and line. See the
about.usertty file and the man-page.
Fixed agetty so it doesn't fiddle with the ut_id field in the
utmp record, this should prevent growing utmps on systems with
more than 10 login lines. Fix suggested and checked by Alan Wendt
more than 10 login lines. Fix suggested and checked by Alan Wendt
<alan@ezlink.com> in his agetty.1.9.1a.
Agetty now installs as agetty again, not as getty.
@ -118,8 +118,8 @@ Version 1.35 (7-Aug-95):
Version 1.33a (20-Jun-95):
rchatfie@cavern.nmsu.edu ("rc.") suggested that I should remove
the #ifndef linux around the special logging of dial-up
logins. This is now done, so each login via a serial port
the #ifndef linux around the special logging of dial-up
logins. This is now done, so each login via a serial port
generates a separate DIALUP syslog entry.
Version 1.33 (5-Jun-95):
@ -153,8 +153,8 @@ Version 1.32
should.
Version 1.31b (2-Feb-95):
Daniel Quinlan <quinlan@yggdrasil.com> and Ross Biro
<biro@yggdrasil.com> suggested a patch to login.c that allows for
Daniel Quinlan <quinlan@yggdrasil.com> and Ross Biro
<biro@yggdrasil.com> suggested a patch to login.c that allows for
shell scripts in the shell field of /etc/passwd, so one can now
have (as a line in /etc/passwd):
bye::1000:1000:Outlogger:/bin:echo Bye
@ -167,13 +167,13 @@ Version 1.31a (28-Oct-94):
the reboot.
Version 1.30 (17-Sep-94):
tobias@server.et-inf.fho-emden.de (Peter Tobias) has made a more
tobias@server.et-inf.fho-emden.de (Peter Tobias) has made a more
advanced hostname command that understands some options such as
-f for FQDN etc. I'll not duplicate his work. Use his hostname
package if you wish.
svm@kozmix.xs4all.nl (Sander van Malssen) provided more features
for the /etc/issue file in agetty. \U and \u now expand to the
for the /etc/issue file in agetty. \U and \u now expand to the
number of current users.
It is now possible to state the value of TERM on the agetty command
@ -210,7 +210,7 @@ Version 1.28a (16-May-94):
Version 1.27 (10-May-94):
Changed login.c, so all bad login attempts are logged, and added
usertty security feature. See about.usertty for an explanation.
There's no longer a limit of 20 chars in the TERM environment
There's no longer a limit of 20 chars in the TERM environment
variable. Suggested by Nicolai Langfeldt <janl@math.uio.no>
Added #ifdef HAVE_QUOTA around quota checks. Enable them if
@ -221,7 +221,7 @@ Version 1.27 (10-May-94):
Now wtmp is locked and unlocked around writes to avoid mangling.
Due to Jaakko Hyv{tti <HYVATTI@cc.helsinki.fi>.
Wrt. agetty: A \o in /etc/issue now inserts the domainname, as
Wrt. agetty: A \o in /etc/issue now inserts the domainname, as
set by domainname(1). Sander van Malssen provided this.
This is being used under Linux 1.1.9
@ -229,7 +229,7 @@ Version 1.27 (10-May-94):
options. Added man-pages for wall, cage, who.
Version 1.26 alpha (25-Apr-94):
Added patch from Bill Reynolds <bill@goshawk.lanl.gov> to
Added patch from Bill Reynolds <bill@goshawk.lanl.gov> to
simpleinit, so it will drop into single user if /etc/rc
fails, eg. from fsck.
@ -241,13 +241,13 @@ Version 1.25 (9-Feb-94):
Version 1.24 (23-Jan-94): changes since 1.22
Christian von Roques <roques@juliet.ka.sub.org> provided a patch
that cleans up the handling of the -L option on agetty.
that cleans up the handling of the -L option on agetty.
Rik Faith <faith@cs.unc.edu> enhanced several man-pages...
Version 1.23 (11-Dec-93): changes since 1.21
Mitchum DSouza provided the hostid(1) code. It needs libc 4.4.4 or
later and a Linux 0.99.14 kernel or later. It can set and print
the world unique hostid of the machine. This may be used in
the world unique hostid of the machine. This may be used in
connection with commercial software licenses. God forbid!
I added the -v option, and munged the code a bit, so don't blame
Mitch if you don't like it.
@ -268,7 +268,7 @@ Version 1.21 (30-Oct-93): changes since 1.20
/etc/rc is run, to put a correct timestamp on it.
Daniel Thumim <dthumim@mit.edu> suggested this fix.
The source and Makefile is prepared for optional installation of
The source and Makefile is prepared for optional installation of
binaries in /sbin instead of /etc, and logfiles in /usr/adm instead
of /etc. See and change the Makefile to suit your preferences.
Rik Faith and Stephen Tweedie inspired this change.
@ -366,8 +366,8 @@ Version 1.8a (13-Dec-92): changes since 1.7:
Version 1.7: 26-Oct-92 changes since 1.6:
This is for Linux 0.97PL4 or later.
Thanks to Werner Almesberger, init now has support for a
singleuser mode.
Thanks to Werner Almesberger, init now has support for a
singleuser mode.
Login now supports the -h <hostname> option, used in connection
with TCP/IP. (rlogin/telnet)
@ -380,7 +380,7 @@ Version 1.7: 26-Oct-92 changes since 1.6:
Version 1.6 (29-Aug-92): changes since 1.5:
This is for Linux 0.97P1+ or later.
Login now uses the newly implemented vhangup() sys-call, to prevent
snooping on the tty.
An alternative getpass() function is now provided with login, because
@ -400,7 +400,7 @@ Version 1.4 (4-Jul-92): changes since 1.3:
Init now handles the SIGINT signal. When init gets a SIGINT it will
call /usr/bin/reboot and thereby gently reboot the machine. This
makes sense because after Linux 0.96B-PL1 the key-combination
Ctrl-Alt-Del may send a SIGINT to init instead of booting the
Ctrl-Alt-Del may send a SIGINT to init instead of booting the
machine the hard way without syncing or anything.
You may want to get the admutils-1.1 package which includes a program
@ -411,7 +411,7 @@ Version 1.3 (14-Jun-92): changes since 1.2:
The ioctl(TIOCSWINSZ) has been removed from login.c because it now
works :-).
login.c now supports a lastlog database.
Several programs and pieces of source that were included in the 1.2
@ -439,7 +439,7 @@ Version 1.2 (28-Feb-92): changes since 1.1:
This requires a different patch to the kernel than that distributed
with version 1.1
Login no more sends superfluous chars from a password to the
Login no more sends superfluous chars from a password to the
shell. It also properly prints a NL after the password.
Agetty didn't set the erase character properly, it does now.
@ -459,7 +459,7 @@ Version 1.1 (released 19-Feb-92): Changes since 1.0:
I removed the qpl-init stuff. If people want to use it, they should
get it from the source. I don't want to hack on it anymore.
A couple of people reported problems with getty having problems
A couple of people reported problems with getty having problems
with serial terminals. That was correct. I borrowed a null-modem
from Tommy Thorn, and now the problems should be fixed. It seems
that there is kept a lot of garbage in the serial buffers, flush
@ -478,7 +478,7 @@ agetty.c The getty program. From comp.sources.misc, by W.Z. Venema.
Hacked a bit by me.
write.c A write(1) command, used to pass messages between users
at different terminals. This code doubles as code for
at different terminals. This code doubles as code for
a wall(1) command. Make a symlink: /usr/bin/wall ->
/usr/bin/write for this.
@ -495,7 +495,7 @@ login. Login doesn't print /etc/motd, and doesn't check for mail if
If /etc/nologin is present then login will print its contents and disallow
any logins except root.
It might be a good idea to have a "rm -f /etc/nologin" line in one's
It might be a good idea to have a "rm -f /etc/nologin" line in one's
/etc/rc file.
If /etc/securetty is present it defines which tty's that root can login on.

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Documentation/releases/v2.15-ReleaseNotes

@ -6,13 +6,13 @@ Release highlights
------------------
mkswap(8):
- mkswap like many others mkfs-like utils ERASES THE FIRST BLOCKS on
the device to remove old on-disk filesystems. mkswap refuses to
- mkswap like many others mkfs-like utils ERASES THE FIRST BLOCKS on
the device to remove old on-disk filesystems. mkswap refuses to
erase the first block on a device with a disk label (SUN, BSD, ...)
or on whole disk (e.g. /dev/sda).
- DOES NOT SUPPORT v0 SWAP SPACE any more. The kernel has not
supported v0 swap space format since 2.5.22. The new version v1 is
supported v0 swap space format since 2.5.22. The new version v1 is
supported since 2.1.117.
swapon(8):
@ -30,25 +30,25 @@ cal(1):
- determines the first day of week from the locale.
libblkid, blkid(8) and findfs(8):
The libblkid library has been moved from e2fsprogs to util-linux-ng. The
The libblkid library has been moved from e2fsprogs to util-linux-ng. The
library has been extended and now includes:
- low-level probing API that is useful for example for udev rules
(cmdline: blkid -p -o udev <device>)
- very high-level API that provides portable interface for LABELs and
UUIDs evaluation on 2.4, 2.6 and udev-based system. It's recommended
to use "blkid -L|-U" in your scripts rather than directly read
to use "blkid -L|-U" in your scripts rather than directly read
/dev/disk/by-* symlinks.
- the old ABI and API is backwardly compatible with the current version
from e2fsprogs.
All utils (mount, swapon, fsck, ...) in the package is possible to link
against this new library, or the old version from e2fsprogs, or
All utils (mount, swapon, fsck, ...) in the package is possible to link
against this new library, or the old version from e2fsprogs, or
libvolume_id from udev package.
The default is still libblkid from e2fsprogs. The new library could be
The default is still libblkid from e2fsprogs. The new library could be
enabled by "--with-fsprobe=builtin" configure option.
The libvolume_id from udev and vol_id command is deprecated now.
@ -64,11 +64,11 @@ flock(1):
- allows lock directory
fsck.cramfs:
- automatically detects the image endianness, and can work on images of
- automatically detects the image endianness, and can work on images of
either endianness.
mkfs.cramfs:
- now accepts a new optional parameter (-N) that allows creating
- now accepts a new optional parameter (-N) that allows creating
the cramfs image in either endianness.
renice(1):
@ -77,14 +77,14 @@ renice(1):
hwclock(8)
- supports new command line option "--systz" to reset the System Time
based on the current timezone. Since the system clock time is already
set from the hardware clock by the kernel (when compiled with
set from the hardware clock by the kernel (when compiled with
CONFIG_RTC_HCTOSYS), there's no particular need to read the hardware
clock again.
ionice(1):
- supports new command line option "-t" option to ignore failure to set
requested priority. This might be of use in case something (selinux,
old kernel, etc.) does not allow the requested scheduling priority
old kernel, etc.) does not allow the requested scheduling priority
to be set.
- the command line option "-p" handles multiple PIDs now.
@ -97,8 +97,8 @@ ipcmk(1):
lscpu(1):
- this NEW COMMAND gathers CPU architecture information like number
of CPUs, threads, cores, sock, NUMA nodes, information about CPU
caches, information about hypervisor and virtualization support,
of CPUs, threads, cores, sock, NUMA nodes, information about CPU
caches, information about hypervisor and virtualization support,
..etc. and prints it in human-readable or parse-able format.
namei(1):

10
Documentation/releases/v2.17-ReleaseNotes

@ -5,11 +5,11 @@ Release highlights
------------------
fallocate:
- this NEW COMMAND is a command line interface to fallocate
- this NEW COMMAND is a command line interface to fallocate
Linux syscall and allows to preallocate blocks to a file.
unshare
- this NEW COMMAND is a command line interface to unshare Linux syscall
- this NEW COMMAND is a command line interface to unshare Linux syscall
and allows to run program with some namespaces unshared from parent.
wipefs
@ -22,14 +22,14 @@ libblkid:
* ioctl - supported since kernel 2.6.32
* sysfs - supported since kernel 2.6.31
* fallback for DM, MD, LVM and EVMS on old kernels (base on code
* fallback for DM, MD, LVM and EVMS on old kernels (base on code
from xfsprogs/libdisk)
The topology support is mostly designed for mkfs programs or partitioning
tools (already used in mkfs.xfs, mkex2fs, libparted and fdisk)
- libblkid supports partition tables parsing (currently supported are
aix, bsd, dos, mac, gpt, minix, sgi, solaris, sun and unixware). This
aix, bsd, dos, mac, gpt, minix, sgi, solaris, sun and unixware). This
functionality is designed for mkfs programs, DeviceKits, [k]partx or so.
- libblkid API documentation is available at

18
Documentation/releases/v2.18-ReleaseNotes

@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
Util-linux-ng 2.18 Release Notes
================================
The util-linux-ng package does not contain rdev(8), ramsize(8),
vidmode(8) and rootflags(8) anymore.
The util-linux-ng package does not contain rdev(8), ramsize(8),
vidmode(8) and rootflags(8) anymore.
The fdisk(8) command does not use DOS-compatible mode and cylinders as display
units by default. The old deprecated DOS behavior could be enabled by 'c' and
@ -17,8 +17,8 @@ libmount:
projects.
- the library API is still officially unstable. The library provides
fstab, mtab and mountinfo parser, routines for work with parsed
data and mount options, mtab locking, etc. The high-level API for
fstab, mtab and mountinfo parser, routines for work with parsed
data and mount options, mtab locking, etc. The high-level API for
mount(2) is planned for the next major release. For more details see:
http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.utilities.util-linux/3239
@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ libmount:
yet. This change is planned for util-linux-ng-2.19.
findmnt(8):
- this NEW COMMAND is a command line interface to the libmount library
- this NEW COMMAND is a command line interface to the libmount library
for work with mountinfo, fstab and mtab files
fsfreeze(8):
@ -38,13 +38,13 @@ swaplabel(8):
blkid(8):
- supports new command line option "-i" to print I/O Limits
- supports new command line option "-n" to restrict probing functions to
- supports new command line option "-n" to restrict probing functions to
defined list of superblock types (names).
- returns details from partition table (type, flags, uuid, ...)
chrt(1):
- supports new command line option "-R/--reset-on-fork" to enable
- supports new command line option "-R/--reset-on-fork" to enable
SCHED_RESET_ON_FORK flag
fdisk(8):
@ -53,11 +53,11 @@ fdisk(8):
(all these changes are already in the release 2.17.2)
hwclock(8):
- supports new command line option "--predict" to predict what the RTC will
- supports new command line option "--predict" to predict what the RTC will
read at time given by the --date option based on the adjtime file.
ldattach(8):
- supports new command line option "-i/--iflag" to sets the specified bits
- supports new command line option "-i/--iflag" to sets the specified bits
in the c_iflag word of the serial line.
fallocate(1), losetup(8) and mount(8):

6
Documentation/releases/v2.19-ReleaseNotes

@ -37,9 +37,9 @@ losetup(8), mount(8):
(requires kernel >= 2.6.37)
fsck(8):
- supports new command line option "-l" to lock whole-disk device by
- supports new command line option "-l" to lock whole-disk device by
exclusive flock(2). This option is recommended when more fsck(8) instances
are executed in the same time.
are executed in the same time.
rtcwake(8):
- supports new mode "show" to print the current RTC alarm time
@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ swapon(8):
blkid(8):
- low-level probing (-p) returns "8" exit code for ambivalent probing results
libmount:
- include file has been renamed from mount/mount.h to libmount/libmount.h

8
Documentation/releases/v2.20-ReleaseNotes

@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ agetty(8):
- mingetty features have been merged to agetty
chrt(1), taskset(1):
- supports new command line option "--all-tasks" to set or retrieve the
- supports new command line option "--all-tasks" to set or retrieve the
scheduling attributes of all the tasks (threads) for a given PID
dmesg(1):
@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ fdisk(8):
- improved dialogs to be more user-friendly
findmnt(8), partx(8), lsblk(8)
- support new command line option "--pairs" to enable key="value"
- support new command line option "--pairs" to enable key="value"
output format
findmnt(8):
@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ libmount:
- the API officially stable
lsblk(8):
- supports new columns:
- supports new columns:
TYPE - device type
RQ-SIZE - queue request size
STATE - device state (e.g. running, suspended)
@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ simpleinit:
- this set of deprecated utils has been REMOVED
wall(1):
- support new command line option "--timeout" to specify write timeout to
- support new command line option "--timeout" to specify write timeout to
terminals in seconds.
It's not supported to link with external (e.g. from e2fsprogs) libblkis and

10
Documentation/releases/v2.21-ReleaseNotes

@ -34,17 +34,17 @@ losetup(8):
table parser
mount(8), umount(8):
- new pure libmount based mount(8) and umounts(8) commands are available,
- new pure libmount based mount(8) and umounts(8) commands are available,
this experimental implementation could be enabled by --enable-new-mount
agetty(8):
- supports new command line options --nohints to disable hints about Num,
Caps and Scroll Locks
- supports new command line option --remote to add a hostname to the
- supports new command line option --remote to add a hostname to the
login(1) command line
dmesg(1):
- supports new command line options --file to read the log from a file rather
- supports new command line options --file to read the log from a file rather
than from kernel buffer
fallocate(8):
@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ lscpu(1):
- supports s390 topology description (polarization, books, ...)
partx(8):
- supports partitioned loop devices (note that since kernel 3.2 partitioned
- supports partitioned loop devices (note that since kernel 3.2 partitioned
loop devices are usable everywhere (including Fedora))
wipefs(8):

14
Documentation/releases/v2.22-ReleaseNotes

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ partx(8):
mount(8), umount(8), swapon(8), blkid(8) and findmnt(8):
- supports PARTUUID= and PARTLABEL= tags to specify block devices by partition
UUID or LABEL (for example for UEFI GPT). These tags are filesystem
independent and provide persistent configuration (your /etc/fstab setting
independent and provide persistent configuration (your /etc/fstab setting
will not be affected by mkfs/mkswap changes).
dmesg(1):
@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ dmesg(1):
su(1):
- has been merged from coreutils into util-linux
- utils-linux version uses /etc/pam.d/su-l PAM config file for --login
- utils-linux version uses /etc/pam.d/su-l PAM config file for --login
(e.g. "su -") session.
sulogin(8):
@ -40,9 +40,9 @@ eject(1):
- supports new options --manualeject, --force and --no-partitions-unmount
lslocks(1)
- this NEW COMMAND prints local system locks and it's replacement to very
- this NEW COMMAND prints local system locks and it's replacement to very
long time unmaintained lslk(1)
wdctl(8):
- this NEW COMMAND shows hardware watchdog status
@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ fdisk(8)
- does not print geometry in 'p'rint output in non-DOS mode
libuuid:
- does NOT EXECUTE uuidd on demand, the daemon has to be started by
- does NOT EXECUTE uuidd on demand, the daemon has to be started by
init scripts / systemd
uuidd:
@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ fsck(8):
- supports new option -r to report memory and runtime statistics
lsblk(8):
- supports inverse trees (new option -s)
- supports inverse trees (new option -s)
losetup(8):
- supports option --detach-all to detach all loop devices
@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ build-system changes:
- partx(8) enabled by default (see --disable-partx)
- kill(1) enabled by default (see --disable-kill)
- new non-recursive build-system
Stable maintenance releases between v2.21 and v2.22
---------------------------------------------------

14
Documentation/releases/v2.23-ReleaseNotes

@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Release highlights
------------------
nsenter(1):
- this NEW COMMAND provides command line interface to setns() Linux syscall
- this NEW COMMAND provides command line interface to setns() Linux syscall
and allows to run program with namespaces of other processes
unshare(1):
@ -30,21 +30,21 @@ fdisk(8):
- provides experimental support for GUID Partition Table (GPT), the
implementation is still not complete and some (unimportant) features are missing.
- ~50% of fdisk code has been refactored, this task is going to be complete
- ~50% of fdisk code has been refactored, this task is going to be complete
in the next release. The goal is to have libfdisk shared between all fdisks.
partx(8):
- supports new "update" command (implemented by BLKPG_RESIZE_PARTITION ioctl)
mount(8):
- supports new userspace mount option x-mount.mkdir[=<mode>] to create
- supports new userspace mount option x-mount.mkdir[=<mode>] to create
mountpoints on demand
- the support for propagation flags has been improved, now the flags could be
specified in /etc/fstab and used together with regular mount options. It's
also possible to specify more propagation flags together. This EXPERIMENTAL
also possible to specify more propagation flags together. This EXPERIMENTAL
feature is implemented by additional mount(2) syscalls, because Linux does
not allow to use propagation flags with another options or more flags
not allow to use propagation flags with another options or more flags
together.
umount(8):
@ -91,14 +91,14 @@ swapon(8) and losetup(8):
- the commands prints basic overview by default if no option specified
column(1):
- supports new command line option --output-separator to specify table
- supports new command line option --output-separator to specify table
output delimiter
rename(1):
- supports new command line option --symlink to rename symlink target
hwclock(8):
- supports new command line option --compare to periodically compare
- supports new command line option --compare to periodically compare
the Hardware Clock to the System Time (based on adjtimex -c)
ipcs(1):

14
Documentation/releases/v2.25-ReleaseNotes

@ -17,19 +17,19 @@ libsmartcols:
been originally developed for lsblk(8) and findmnt(8).
cfdisk(8):
- the code been completely rewritten, now it uses libfdisk and libsmartcols,
- the code been completely rewritten, now it uses libfdisk and libsmartcols,
supports GPT, SUN, SGI and BSD disk labels
- the command is no more based on CHS addressing
fdisk(8):
- no more print sizes in 1024-byte blocks, but in real sectors or human
- no more print sizes in 1024-byte blocks, but in real sectors or human
readable sizes (MiB, TiB, etc.)
- allows to modify GPT partition attributes
- allows to modify GPT partition attributes
lslogins(1):
- this NEW COMMAND list information about users, groups and system accounts,
provides data from last, wtmp, btmp, hust status, password expiration
settings, SELinux context, nologin setting, etc.
settings, SELinux context, nologin setting, etc.
terminal-colors.d(5):
- this new directory controls output colorization for various utilities
@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ cal(1):
- supports new option --week to show week numbers
fallocate(1):
- supports new option --dig-holes to detect and dig holes, it makes the
- supports new option --dig-holes to detect and dig holes, it makes the
file sparse in-place, without using extra disk space.
fstrim(1):
@ -65,10 +65,10 @@ lsblk(8):
kill(1) and setterm(1):
- the commands have been refactored to be more robust
The build system has been improved to support to build only explicitly specified
utils or libs (e.g. --disable-all-programs --enable-libblkid to build only
utils or libs (e.g. --disable-all-programs --enable-libblkid to build only
libblkid).
The project test suite has been improved to be more portable and robust, project

2
Documentation/releases/v2.28-ReleaseNotes

@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ The command lsblk allows to sort output by unprinted columns (e.g. lsblk
The command mount applies the nofail mount option to ENOMEDIUM errors.
The commands nsenter and unshare support a new option --cgroup for work with
The commands nsenter and unshare support a new option --cgroup for work with
cgroups namespaces (CLONE_NEWCGROUP).
The library libmount has been improved to properly detect already mounted btrfs

6
Documentation/releases/v2.31-ReleaseNotes

@ -79,15 +79,15 @@ compatibility -l is now aliased to --localtime.
Security issues
---------------
CVE-2016-2779
CVE-2016-2779
The new experimental "su --pty" feature has been implemented to fix this issue.
The feature is not enabled by default and the new command line option --pty is
necessary.
The classic way is to use setsid() to disable the ioctl TIOCSTI. Unfortunately,
setsid() has well-defined use cases in su(1) and runuser(1) and any changes
would introduce regressions. The setsid() also does not fix core of the problem
setsid() has well-defined use cases in su(1) and runuser(1) and any changes
would introduce regressions. The setsid() also does not fix core of the problem
that is terminal file descriptors shared between privileged and unprivileged
sessions.

12
Documentation/releases/v2.33-ReleaseNotes

@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
Util-linux 2.33 Release Notes
=============================
Release highlights
------------------
@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ SELinux and AppArmor, clear the signal when the process' credentials change.
The commands fdisk(8) and sfdisk(8) print disk model name to simplify device
identification.
The command "column --table-empty-lines" allows to use empty lines in formatted
The command "column --table-empty-lines" allows to use empty lines in formatted
output.
The command wipefs has been improved to postpone BLKRRPART (re-read partition
@ -77,13 +77,13 @@ scripts.
Stable maintenance releases between v2.32 and v2.33
---------------------------------------------------
util-linux 2.32.1 [Jul 16 2018]
* https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/v2.32/v2.32.1-ReleaseNotes
https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/v2.32/v2.32.1-ChangeLog
Changes between v2.32 and v2.33
-------------------------------

6
Documentation/releases/v2.34-ReleaseNotes

@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ The new features based on this functionality are:
http://karelzak.blogspot.com/2018/11/lsblk-merge.html
The command umount(8) now supports user unmount for FUSE mounts. The requirement
is FUSE specific user_id=<uid> in /proc/self/mountinfo for the filesystem.
is FUSE specific user_id=<uid> in /proc/self/mountinfo for the filesystem.
The command mount(8) now allows to use "--all -o remount". In this case all
filters (-t and -O) are applied to the table of already mounted filesystems.
@ -52,8 +52,8 @@ tree-like output. This new feature is used by new lsblk --merge output.
The systemd services for fstrim and uuidd now contains hardening settings to
improve security and service isolation.
The command fstrim now trims also root filesystem on --fstab and checks for
read-only filesystems on --all and --fstab.
The command fstrim now trims also root filesystem on --fstab and checks for
read-only filesystems on --all and --fstab.
The package build-system now accepts --enable-asan to compile commands and
execute regression tests with addresses sanitizer.

16
NEWS

@ -1369,7 +1369,7 @@ HIGHLIGHTS for version 2.8:
1) New programs:
- getopt(1) by Frodo Looijaard replaces the older bsd based version.
Keywords: Backward compatible, supports --long options.
1) Removed programs:
1) Removed programs:
- chroot: is no longer in util-linux. Get it free with GNU sh-utils
- hostid: No-one could figure out the right way for this program to
work. Another hostid program is included in poeigl
@ -1426,11 +1426,11 @@ See notes for 2.6 for installation instructions.
This is a incremental release containing some fixes. A new release
will be made later fixing the outstanding bugs.
- Things compiles and works better with recent releases of kernel,
- Things compiles and works better with recent releases of kernel,
ncurses, and so forth: fdisk, more
- Some fixes to make things compile out of the box on alphas.
- There has been reported a problem with login and /etc/usertty. It
should be fixed. If you still have problems get a recent MAKEDEV and
should be fixed. If you still have problems get a recent MAKEDEV and
use it to make new tty devices. They were renumbered sometime during
the 1.3 phase of the kernel.
- ipcs now displays the key of the structures.
@ -1456,7 +1456,7 @@ HIGHLIGHTS for version 2.6:
tsx-11.mit.edu:/pub/sources/sbin
sunsite.unc.edu:/pub/Linux/system/Daemons
2) Bugfixes, additions:
2) Bugfixes, additions:
- SECURITY: All known holes in mount have been fixed. UPGRADE NOW
if you haven't already!
- Portability enhancements to the minix filesystem utils (m68k and
@ -1464,7 +1464,7 @@ HIGHLIGHTS for version 2.6:
- passwd/chsh/chfn will not mess up the passwd file on a NIS machine
- others too numerous to enumerate.
3) New programs:
3) New programs:
- vigr (it's like vipw)
- Introducing hwclock. A complete rewrite of the latest available
clock source. It supports intel/CMOS, /dev/rtc and linux/m68k
@ -1514,7 +1514,7 @@ HIGHLIGHTS for version 2.5:
locking, and several security holes have been patched. Further, chsh
and chfn can be configured at compile time to require a password before
updates and chsh can be configured to only use shells from /etc/shells.
HIGHLIGHTS for version 2.4 (2.3 was never released):
0) Michael K. Johnson <johnsonm@nigel.vnet.net> is the interim maintainer
@ -1662,7 +1662,7 @@ login-utils:
simpleinit: Peter Orbaek
ftp.daimi.aau.dk:/pub/linux/poe/poeigl-1.37.tar.gz
vipw: 5.16 (Berkeley) 3/3/91, with modifications by Mike Grupenhoff
<kashmir@umiacs.UMD.EDU>
<kashmir@umiacs.UMD.EDU>
wall: 8.2 (Berkeley) 11/16/93 (With changes so that damaging escape
sequences cannot be sent.)
ftp.cdrom.com:/pub/bsd-sources/4.4BSD-Lite/usr/src/usr.bin
@ -1731,7 +1731,7 @@ mount:
supports NFS stuff. I have modified the man pages. I have also added
a small patch from Hamish Glen Coleman (t933093@minyos.xx.rmit.OZ.AU)
which restores the -o semantics.
Updated with Rick Sladkey's mount-0.99.14.tar.gz package, and with
extra patches from Rick. Adam J. Richter allowed -t option to be
optional. Patrick J. Volkerding (volkerdi@mhd1.moorhead.msus.edu) and

2
disk-utils/cfdisk.8

@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ Display help text and exit.
.BR \-L , " \-\-color" [ = \fIwhen\fR]
Colorize the output. The optional argument \fIwhen\fP
can be \fBauto\fR, \fBnever\fR or \fBalways\fR. If the \fIwhen\fR argument is omitted,
it defaults to \fBauto\fR. The colors can be disabled, for the current built-in default
it defaults to \fBauto\fR. The colors can be disabled, for the current built-in default
see \fB\-\-help\fR output. See also the COLORS section.
.TP
.BR \-V , " \-\-version"

2
disk-utils/fsck.8

@ -316,7 +316,7 @@ Display help text and exit.
\fB\-\-version\fR
Display version information and exit.
.SH FILESYSTEM SPECIFIC OPTIONS
.B Options which are not understood by fsck are passed to the filesystem-specific checker!
.B Options which are not understood by fsck are passed to the filesystem-specific checker!
.PP
These options
.B must

2
disk-utils/mkfs.c

@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
* Incorporated fix by Jonathan Kamens <jik@annex-1-slip-jik.cam.ov.com>
* 1999-02-22 Arkadiusz Miśkiewicz <misiek@pld.ORG.PL>
* - added Native Language Support
*
*
*/
/*

6
disk-utils/mkfs.minix.c

@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
*
* 30.10.94 - Added support for v2 filesystem
* (Andreas Schwab, schwab@issan.informatik.uni-dortmund.de)
*
*
* 09.11.94 - Added test to prevent overwrite of mounted fs adapted
* from Theodore Ts'o's (tytso@athena.mit.edu) mke2fs
* program. (Daniel Quinlan, quinlan@yggdrasil.com)
@ -577,7 +577,7 @@ static void setup_tables(const struct fs_control *ctl) {
*/
static size_t do_check(const struct fs_control *ctl, char * buffer, int try, unsigned int current_block) {
ssize_t got;
/* Seek to the correct loc. */
if (lseek(ctl->device_fd, current_block * MINIX_BLOCK_SIZE, SEEK_SET) !=
current_block * MINIX_BLOCK_SIZE )
@ -586,7 +586,7 @@ static size_t do_check(const struct fs_control *ctl, char * buffer, int try, uns
/* Try the read */
got = read(ctl->device_fd, buffer, try * MINIX_BLOCK_SIZE);
if (got < 0) got = 0;
if (got < 0) got = 0;
if (got & (MINIX_BLOCK_SIZE - 1 )) {
printf(_("Weird values in do_check: probably bugs\n"));
}

2
include/plymouth-ctrl.h

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
* any later version.
*
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the

2
libblkid/src/libblkid.sym

@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
* The original libblkid from e2fsprogs (<=1.41.4) does not to use
* symbol versioning -- all the original symbols are in BLKID_1.0 now.
*
* Copyright (C) 2009-2014 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
* Copyright (C) 2009-2014 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
*/
BLKID_1.0 {
global:

2
libblkid/src/superblocks/bluestore.c

@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
*
*
* Ceph BlueStore is one of the supported storage
* methods for Object Storage Devices (OSDs).
* methods for Object Storage Devices (OSDs).
* This is used to detect the backing block devices
* used for these types of OSDs in a Ceph Cluster.
*

4
libfdisk/src/gpt.c

@ -610,7 +610,7 @@ static void gpt_mknew_header_common(struct fdisk_context *cxt,
header->alternative_lba = cpu_to_le64(cxt->total_sectors - 1ULL);
header->partition_entry_lba = cpu_to_le64(2ULL);
} else { /* backup */
uint64_t esz = (uint64_t) le32_to_cpu(header->npartition_entries)
uint64_t esz = (uint64_t) le32_to_cpu(header->npartition_entries)
* sizeof(struct gpt_entry);
uint64_t esects = (esz + cxt->sector_size - 1) / cxt->sector_size;
@ -904,7 +904,7 @@ static int valid_pmbr(struct fdisk_context *cxt)
"will be corrected by write."),
sz_lba, cxt->total_sectors - 1ULL);
/* Note that gpt_write_pmbr() overwrites PMBR, but we want to keep it valid already
/* Note that gpt_write_pmbr() overwrites PMBR, but we want to keep it valid already
* in memory too to disable warnings when valid_pmbr() called next time */
pmbr->partition_record[part].size_in_lba =
cpu_to_le32((uint32_t) min( cxt->total_sectors - 1ULL, 0xFFFFFFFFULL) );

2
libfdisk/src/iter.c

@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
* application or share the same iterator, for this purpose libfdisk does not
* provide reference counting for this object. It's recommended to initialize
* the iterator by fdisk_new_iter() at begin of your function and then
* fdisk_free_iter() before you return from the function.
* fdisk_free_iter() before you return from the function.
*
* Don't forget to call fdisk_reset_iter() if you want to use the iterator more
* than once.

2
libmount/python/fs.c

@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ static void _dump_debug_string(const char *lead, const char *s, char quote)
if (quote != 0)
PySys_WriteStdout("%c", quote);
for (len = strlen(s); len > _PY_MAX_LEN; len -= _PY_MAX_LEN, s += _PY_MAX_LEN)
for (len = strlen(s); len > _PY_MAX_LEN; len -= _PY_MAX_LEN, s += _PY_MAX_LEN)
PySys_WriteStdout(_PY_MAX_LEN_FMT, s);
if (len > 0)

2
libmount/src/libmount.sym

@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
*
* This file is part of libmount from util-linux project.
*
* Copyright (C) 2011-2018 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
* Copyright (C) 2011-2018 Karel Zak <kzak@redhat.com>
*
* libmount is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
* under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by

2
login-utils/last.c

@ -457,7 +457,7 @@ static int list(const struct last_control *ctl, struct utmpx *p, time_t logout_t
} else if (hours) {
sprintf(length, " (%02d:%02d)", hours, abs(mins)); /* mins always shown as positive (w/o minus sign!) even if secs < 0 */
} else if (secs >= 0) {
sprintf(length, " (%02d:%02d)", hours, mins);
sprintf(length, " (%02d:%02d)", hours, mins);
} else {
sprintf(length, " (-00:%02d)", abs(mins)); /* mins always shown as positive (w/o minus sign!) even if secs < 0 */
}

2
login-utils/lslogins.1

@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ Do not print a header line.
Don't truncate output.
.TP
\fB\-o\fR, \fB\-\-output \fIlist\fP
Specify which output columns to print.
Specify which output columns to print.
The default list of columns may be extended if \fIlist\fP is
specified in the format \fI+list\fP.
.TP

2
login-utils/sulogin-consoles.h

@ -8,7 +8,7 @@
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
* any later version.
*
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the

2
m4/ul.m4

@ -291,7 +291,7 @@ AC_DEFUN([UL_REQUIRES_HAVE], [
dnl UL_REQUIRES_COMPILE(NAME, PROGRAM_PROLOGUE, PROGRAM_BODY, DESC, [VARSUFFIX=$1])
dnl
dnl Modifies $build_<name> variable according to $enable_<name> and
dnl ability compile AC_LANG_PROGRAM(<program_prologue>, <program_body>).
dnl ability compile AC_LANG_PROGRAM(<program_prologue>, <program_body>).
dnl
dnl The <desc> is description used for warning/error dnl message (e.g. "foo support").
dnl

2
misc-utils/blkid.8

@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ Don't encode non-printing characters. The non-printing characters are encoded
by ^ and M- notation by default. Note that the \fB\-\-output udev\fR output format uses
a different encoding which cannot be disabled.
.TP
\fB\-D\fR, \fB\-\-no\-part\-details\fR
\fB\-D\fR, \fB\-\-no\-part\-details\fR
Don't print information (PART_ENTRY_* tags) from partition table in low-level probing mode.
.TP
\fB\-g\fR, \fB\-\-garbage\-collect\fR

2
misc-utils/fincore.c

@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ enum {
static struct colinfo infos[] = {
[COL_PAGES] = { "PAGES", 1, SCOLS_FL_RIGHT, N_("file data resident in memory in pages")},
[COL_RES] = { "RES", 5, SCOLS_FL_RIGHT, N_("file data resident in memory in bytes")},
[COL_RES] = { "RES", 5, SCOLS_FL_RIGHT, N_("file data resident in memory in bytes")},
[COL_SIZE] = { "SIZE", 5, SCOLS_FL_RIGHT, N_("size of the file")},
[COL_FILE] = { "FILE", 4, 0, N_("file name")},
};

2
misc-utils/mcookie.c

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* Revised: Fri Mar 19 07:48:01 1999 by faith@acm.org
* Public Domain 1995, 1999 Rickard E. Faith (faith@acm.org)
* This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
*
*
* This program gathers some random bits of data and used the MD5
* message-digest algorithm to generate a 128-bit hexadecimal number for
* use with xauth(1).

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po/cs.po

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# header is not removed and modified versions are marked
# as such.
#
# Czech translation of util-linux.
# Czech translation of util-linux.
# This file is distributed under the same license as the util-linux package.
#
# Jiří Pavlovský <pavlovsk@ff.cuni.cz>, 1999 - 2001.
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#~ msgid "current"
#~ msgstr "současná"
# pid %d's _new_ scheduling policy
# pid %d's _new_ scheduling policy
#~ msgid "new"
#~ msgstr "nová"