fix spelling mistake s/seperat/separat/

master
Rolf Leggewie 11 years ago
parent 70dec2a0dd
commit 3a58e36e8a
  1. 4
      FAQ/i4lfaq.sgml
  2. 4
      capiinit/capiinit.c
  3. 2
      eurofile/README
  4. 2
      eurofile/doc/eftp
  5. 2
      eurofile/scripts/eftd.sh.in
  6. 2
      ipppd/NOTES.IPPPD
  7. 2
      lib/README.Syntax.conffile
  8. 2
      vbox/src/vboxbeep.c
  9. 4
      vbox/src/vboxd.c

@ -590,7 +590,7 @@ stuff.
Yes, isdn4linux does support subaddressing (available in France).
To configure it, give HiSax the number in this format:
<tt>&lt;number&gt;.&lt;subaddress&gt;</tt>. However, you may have to order
it seperately and pay extra for receiving it (sending is free), depeding
it separately and pay extra for receiving it (sending is free), depeding
on your ISDN provider.
Additionally, please note that if you are connected through a PBX, it will
most likely filter out all the subaddressing stuff.
@ -5062,7 +5062,7 @@ ipppd. Please note these hints from NOTES.IPPPD:
ie: 'callback 0' -> simple callback (info via auth. etc.)
'callback 3,12346' -> us E.164 (tel) number 123456 for callback
'callback 6' is different. This value means, that the whole negotiation
is done with a seperate protocol after the authentification phase. Currently
is done with a separate protocol after the authentification phase. Currently
it's not possible to set any options in this case. The ipppd accepts
everything from the remote side.
</verb>

@ -3,8 +3,8 @@
*
* $Log: capiinit.c,v $
* Revision 1.17 2005/02/21 17:52:00 keil
* * have a seperate config directory for firmware
* * have a seperate config directory for card tools
* * have a separate config directory for firmware
* * have a separate config directory for card tools
*
* Revision 1.16 2004/01/19 09:15:57 calle
* Always use capifs, don't trust devfs.

@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ on top of this library:
- An EUROFILE server which can serve multiple connections
simulatneously and supports navigation (i.e. changing directories).
User authentification is provided by a seperate
User authentification is provided by a separate
authentification library derived from wu-ftpd which allows for fine
grained access control based on user-id, password, and remote isdn
phone number. The design allows for easily exchanging the

@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ eftp supports the following command line options:
-u USER[/PASSWORD]
The user identity used to login to the
remote EUROFILE server. The password can
be appended to the user id seperated by a
be appended to the user id separated by a
'/' character. If no '/' is present in the
paramater of the -u option, eftp will prompt
for a password.

@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ X25ROUTE=x25route
# The MSN (without your local area code) where eftd shall listen for
# connections.
EFT_SERVER_MSN=xxxxx
# It is possible to put several, blank-seperated, MSNs in this variable
# It is possible to put several, blank-separated, MSNs in this variable
# which are assigned cyclically to the isdn interfaces below. This might be
# useful if you want to accept connections from several S0_intrafaces that
# cannot be configured for the same MSNs. In that case, use something like

@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ CHANGELOG:
ie: 'callback 0' -> simple callback (info via auth. etc.)
'callback 3,12346' -> us E.164 (tel) number 123456 for callback
'callback 6' is different. This value means, that the whole negotiation
is done with a seperate protocol after the authentification phase. Currently
is done with a separate protocol after the authentification phase. Currently
it's not possible to set any options in this case. The ipppd accepts
everything from the remote side.
- IPX and MS_DNS are now compiled into the binary without additional option

@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ entry2 = blabla2
...
}
# ^-------------- Hier wird das Ende von Eintrag "ENTRY3" eingeleitet.
# Das Zeichen "}" muss in einer seperaten Zeile alleine
# Das Zeichen "}" muss in einer separaten Zeile alleine
# stehen.
[SECTION2]

@ -288,7 +288,7 @@ static void usage(void)
fprintf(stderr, "-h, --help Displays this help text.\n");
fprintf(stderr, "-v, --version Displays program version.\n");
fprintf(stderr, "\n");
fprintf(stderr, "Hours to play sound with the pc speaker must be specified in 24-hour-format.\nyou can use ',' or '-' to seperate hours or specify time ranges (eg 9,17-22).\nA '--sound=\"*\"' means at every time and '--sound=\"-\"' means at no time.\n\nThe option '--messagebox' can be used more than one time, so you can watch\nmax. %d seperate directories.\n", MAX_MESSAGE_BOXES);
fprintf(stderr, "Hours to play sound with the pc speaker must be specified in 24-hour-format.\nyou can use ',' or '-' to separate hours or specify time ranges (eg 9,17-22).\nA '--sound=\"*\"' means at every time and '--sound=\"-\"' means at no time.\n\nThe option '--messagebox' can be used more than one time, so you can watch\nmax. %d separate directories.\n", MAX_MESSAGE_BOXES);
fprintf(stderr, "\n");
free_resources();

@ -527,7 +527,7 @@ static int check_client_access_start(char *name, char *addr)
if ((line[0] != 'L') || (line[1] != ':')) continue;
/*
* Split the current line into seperate fields.
* Split the current line into separate fields.
*/
for (list[0] = line, i = 0, p = line; ((*p) && (i < 3)); p++)
@ -596,7 +596,7 @@ static int check_client_access_login(char *name, char *addr, char *user, char *p
while (streamio_gets(line, VBOXD_LEN_ACCESSLINE, accesslist))
{
/*
* Split the current line into seperate fields.
* Split the current line into separate fields.
*/
if ((line[0] != 'A') || (line[1] != ':')) continue;

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