Commit 3bf429a9 authored by Peter Karlsson's avatar Peter Karlsson

Big clean-up of quotes: `` and '' are magic in LaTeX, but not in HTML. And

` is not a quote character at all, and definitely not the opposite of '.
Replaced all occurrances of `` with “ and '' with ”, which is
the proper (American) English style for writing quotes.

CVS version numbers

english/News/1998/19981008.wml: 1.11 -> 1.12 
english/News/2000/20001206.wml: 1.1 -> 1.2 
english/News/2001/20010727.wml: 1.2 -> 1.3 
english/News/weekly/1999/25/index.wml: 1.12 -> 1.13 
english/News/weekly/2001/25/index.wml: 1.8 -> 1.9 
english/News/weekly/2001/35/index.wml: 1.3 -> 1.4 
english/devel/extract_key.wml: 1.6 -> 1.7 
english/devel/testing.wml: 1.16 -> 1.17 
english/devel/website/desc.wml: 1.18 -> 1.19 
english/distrib/ftplist.wml: 1.28 -> 1.29 
english/events/booth.wml: 1.5 -> 1.6 
english/events/material.wml: 1.24 -> 1.25 
english/events/2002/1009-linuxexpo-report.wml: 1.6 -> 1.7 
english/events/2003/0805-linuxworld.wml: 1.3 -> 1.4 
english/legal/cryptoinmain.wml: 1.2 -> 1.3 
english/logos/index.wml: 1.49 -> 1.50 
english/ports/index.wml: 1.51 -> 1.52 
english/ports/arm/index.wml: 1.52 -> 1.53 
english/ports/sparc/index.wml: 1.26 -> 1.27 
english/releases/index.wml: 1.27 -> 1.28 
english/releases/sarge/index.wml: 1.10 -> 1.11 
english/releases/woody/index.wml: 1.24 -> 1.25 
english/security/2002/dsa-137.wml: 1.2 -> 1.3 
english/security/2003/dsa-283.wml: 1.2 -> 1.3
parent a800953c
......@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ clearly in conflict with Qt's licence conditions.
you may not distribute the Program at all.
</blockquote>
<p>So, we have been denied the right to ``distribute the Program at all''.
<p>So, we have been denied the right to &ldquo;distribute the Program at all&rdquo;.
<h3>Potential Solutions</h3>
<ol>
......@@ -67,9 +67,9 @@ clearly in conflict with Qt's licence conditions.
possible solution is to change the licence. It is perfectly possible
to distribute a program under a licence that reads something like:
<blockquote>
``This program is distributed under the GNU GPL v2, with the
&ldquo;This program is distributed under the GNU GPL v2, with the
additional permission that it may be linked against Troll Tech's Qt
library, and distributed, without the GPL applying to Qt''
library, and distributed, without the GPL applying to Qt&rdquo;
</blockquote>
<p>This would allow Debian (and everyone else) to distribute KDE
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......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ from December 9th to December 11th at the Multimedia Center of the Italian
city of Terni.
<p>Wichert Akkerman, Debian Project Leader, will hold a talk about
``Debian package management system'' on Sunday, December 10th.
&ldquo;Debian package management system&rdquo; on Sunday, December 10th.
<p><a href="http://meeting.pluto.linux.it/english/index.html">The PLUTO
meeting</a> is a yearly meeting covering Free Software and business. The
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......@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@
<p><a
href="http://it.mycareer.com.au/news/2001/07/24/FFXL76U4HPC.html">IT
News</a> has reported in their article ``The electoral test that
pencil and paper meet'' that Debian GNU/Linux will be used in an
News</a> has reported in their article &ldquo;The electoral test that
pencil and paper meet&rdquo; that Debian GNU/Linux will be used in an
electronic voting system for the ACT's October election in Australia.
They write: "The only platform that provided robustness and voter
confidence was GNU Debian Linux, with all source code released under
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ ballot</a>. This went to vote quickly and is the third vote related to the
logo, and there has been a bit of a reaction against that. As Philip Hands
<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-vote-9906/msg00193.html">says</a>,
"<i>Decision making in Debian has always previously been based on consensus,
even if the consensus was simply ``We should vote on it''</i>". This may point
even if the consensus was simply &ldquo;We should vote on it&rdquo;</i>". This may point
to a flaw in the Debian constitution, since "<i>Every vote so far has been
conducted under the constitution</i>".
</p>
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......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ to any user who can include PHP in their web pages.</p>
<p><strong>New List Debian-Books.</strong> Ben Collins <a
href="http://bugs.debian.org/114248">requested</a> a new mailing list called
``<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-books/">debian-books</a>'' in order to
&ldquo;<a href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-books/">debian-books</a>&rdquo; in order to
isolate discussions of proposed book titles. The list is open for anybody
interested and could eventually be used for rough draft review and editing as
well. The Debian distribution is popular enough to have <a
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......@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ to support this. Help is appreciated.</p>
<p><strong>Debian GNU/Linux 2.2r5 Ante Portas?</strong> Joey is <a
href="http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce-0112/msg00007.html">\
working</a> on a new revision of Debian GNU/Linux 2.2 also known as
``stable''. His plan is to get this revision out within the first
&ldquo;stable&rdquo;. His plan is to get this revision out within the first
week of January 2002. There are still some recompiles required,
though, in order to get new versions in the stable release synced with
all architectures.</p>
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......@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
<p>One method is to search for the developer in the
<a href="http://db.debian.org/">Developers' Database</a> and then click
on the ``PGP/GPG fingerprint'' link(s) once you have found them.
on the &ldquo;PGP/GPG fingerprint&rdquo; link(s) once you have found them.
<p>The second method is to use
<code><a href="http://packages.debian.org/stable/net/finger.html">finger</a></code>.
......
#use wml::debian::template title="Debian ``testing'' distribution" BARETITLE=true
#use wml::debian::template title="Debian &ldquo;testing&rdquo; distribution" BARETITLE=true
#include "$(ENGLISHDIR)/releases/info"
<p>For basic, user-oriented information about the testing distribution,
......
#use wml::debian::template title="How is www.debian.org made"
<p>The Debian <em>``webtree''</em>, collection of directories and files
<p>The Debian <em>&ldquo;webtree&rdquo;</em>, collection of directories and files
that comprise our web site, is located in the <tt>/org/www.debian.org/www</tt>
directory on www-master.debian.org. The bulk of the pages are normal static
HTML files (i.e. not produced with something dynamic such as a CGI or a PHP
......
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ mirrors</a>.</p>
<p>There is software packaged for Debian that can not be distributed in
the US (and other countries) due to restrictions on export of cryptography
or software patents. For more information on where to get such ``non-US''
or software patents. For more information on where to get such &ldquo;non-US&rdquo;
packages, please see the <a href="$(HOME)/mirror/list-non-US">list of
Debian-non-US mirrors</a>.</p>
......
......@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ mentioned that Red Hat and SuSE were making major strides towards
ISV-friendliness by slowing their release cycles towards 18 months, Phil
pointed out that Debian has never managed to put out two releases in the
same 18 months, so after a brief exchange he said something like:
"Oh, OK then. IBM says ``ISVs should target Debian'' :-)"</p>
"Oh, OK then. IBM says &ldquo;ISVs should target Debian&rdquo; :-)"</p>
<p>Other .orgers who spoke were: The uniquely entertaining Michael Meeks
(Gnome2), the tirelessly well-informed Julian Midgely (Campaign for
......
......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
<define-tag involve>
<p>The Debian project maintains a booth in the ''.org pavilion''.</p>
<p>The Debian project maintains a booth in the &ldquo;.org pavilion&rdquo;.</p>
</define-tag>
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......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ cache or dpkg's dependency resolution.
<p>For many events, people have created additional web pages and
mailing lists to help them plan and run the Debian presence. Please check the
links to ``coordination'' on our pages for upcoming and past events to
links to &ldquo;coordination&rdquo; on our pages for upcoming and past events to
get an idea about this. Please also read our <a
href="checklist">checklist</a>.
</p>
......
......@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ to edit the <tt>card.tex</tt> file with the personal data and simply run
<h2>Slides</h2>
<p>If you have to hurriedly hold a talk about ``What is the Debian Project?''
<p>If you have to hurriedly hold a talk about &ldquo;What is the Debian Project?&rdquo;
do not worry. You can <a href="materials/slides/debian_mgp_slides.tar.gz">\
retrieve</a> the slides or <a href="materials/slides/">browse the source</a>
for ideas. You can also take look at the <a href="talks">list of
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
</table>
<p>Thank you for this opportunity to comment on Sam Hartman's white paper
entitled ``Exploring Cryptographic Software in Debian's Main Archive''.</p>
entitled &ldquo;Exploring Cryptographic Software in Debian's Main Archive&rdquo;.</p>
<p>We are providing this information as a general guideline to you. BXA
requires that each entity exporting products be familiar with and comply
......@@ -30,15 +30,15 @@ agencies in the particular country.</p>
<p>By way of background, the export of cryptographic software from the
United States is governed under the United States Export Administration
Regulations (``EAR'', 15 CFR Part 730 et seq.) administered by the
Commerce Department's Bureau of Export Administration (``BXA''). BXA
Regulations (&ldquo;EAR&rdquo;, 15 CFR Part 730 et seq.) administered by the
Commerce Department's Bureau of Export Administration (&ldquo;BXA&rdquo;). BXA
revised the provisions of the EAR governing cryptographic software most
recently on October 19, 2000. I refer to these as the ``new US
Regulations'' in order to distinguish them from prior regulations that
recently on October 19, 2000. I refer to these as the &ldquo;new US
Regulations&rdquo; in order to distinguish them from prior regulations that
were more restrictive.</p>
<p>When the Clinton Administration came to Washington, encryption items
were controlled for export from the United States as ``munitions'' under
were controlled for export from the United States as &ldquo;munitions&rdquo; under
the Arms Export Control Act and the International Traffic in Arms
Regulations. Most applications for licenses to export strong encryption
items were denied. Industry and public interest groups lobbied for
......@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ would appear to fall into this category. The old regulations allowed
the export of open source to any end-user without a technical review,
provided that the person making the open source available filed a
contemporaneous notification with BXA and the National Security Agency
(``NSA''). However, the old regulations were silent with respect to
(&ldquo;NSA&rdquo;). However, the old regulations were silent with respect to
restrictions (if any) on the export of compiled executable software
derived from open source.</p>
......@@ -93,8 +93,8 @@ on commercial use. Community source may be exported under essentially
the same conditions as open source, but community source remains subject
to more detailed reporting requirements.</p>
<p>Proprietary source refers to all source code that is neither ``open''
nor ``community'' source. Exporters may provide proprietary source code
<p>Proprietary source refers to all source code that is neither &ldquo;open&rdquo;
nor &ldquo;community&rdquo; source. Exporters may provide proprietary source code
to any end-user in the EU and its partners, and to any non-government
end-user in other countries, promptly upon filing of a technical review
with BXA and NSA. The same reporting requirements applicable to
......@@ -742,7 +742,7 @@ effort.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Simply posting cryptographic software on a server that may be accessible
from an embargoed country does not constitute ``knowledge'' that the
from an embargoed country does not constitute &ldquo;knowledge&rdquo; that the
software has been exported there. Therefore, criminal liability would
not apply to the act of posting. We recommend that you perform IP
checking and deny downloads to known embargoed countries. This due
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......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
<P>Although Debian can be obtained for free and will always remain
that way, events such as the problem with the ownership of the
term ``Linux'' have shown that Debian needs to protect its
term &ldquo;Linux&rdquo; have shown that Debian needs to protect its
property from any use which could hurt its reputation.
<P>Debian has decided to create two logos: <a href="#official-use">one
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......@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ Local admin of the buildd netwinders
<p>Chris Rutter &lt;<a href="mailto:chris@armlinux.org">chris@armlinux.org</a>&gt;
who was the Project Coordinator and Autobuilder Coordinator for Debian ARM
port got killed in a car accident. We dedicate the ARM port's
release in the Debian GNU/Linux ``woody'' distribution to his
release in the Debian GNU/Linux &ldquo;woody&rdquo; distribution to his
memory.
<h2>Thanks to</h2>
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......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
<p>The following ports were included in at least one Debian stable release.
<h3><a href="i386/">Intel x86 / IA-32 (``i386'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="i386/">Intel x86 / IA-32 (&ldquo;i386&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
The first architecture, and not strictly a port. Linux was originally
developed for the Intel 386 processors, hence the short name.
......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
balanced one, any i386 specific information will be moved here.
</p>
<h3><a href="m68k/">Motorola 68k (``m68k'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="m68k/">Motorola 68k (&ldquo;m68k&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 2.0.
The most established port after the Intel x86.
......@@ -68,34 +68,34 @@
personal computers, and the Atari and Amiga personal computers.
</p>
<h3><a href="sparc/">Sun SPARC (``sparc'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="sparc/">Sun SPARC (&ldquo;sparc&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 2.1.
This port runs on the Sun SPARCstation series of workstations, as well
as some of their successors in the sun4 architectures.
</p>
<h3><a href="alpha/">Alpha (``alpha'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="alpha/">Alpha (&ldquo;alpha&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 2.1.
One of the longer standing ports, and quite stable.
</p>
<h3><a href="powerpc/">Motorola/IBM PowerPC (``powerpc'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="powerpc/">Motorola/IBM PowerPC (&ldquo;powerpc&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 2.2.
This port runs on many of the Apple Macintosh PowerMac models,
on the CHRP and PReP open architecture machines.
</p>
<h3><a href="arm/">ARM (``arm'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="arm/">ARM (&ldquo;arm&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 2.2.
A new porting effort, spurred into life by Corel's interesting
NetWinder machine.
</p>
<h3><a href="mips/">MIPS CPUs (``mips'' and ``mipsel'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="mips/">MIPS CPUs (&ldquo;mips&rdquo; and &ldquo;mipsel&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 3.0.
Debian is being ported to the MIPS architecture which is
......@@ -103,20 +103,20 @@
(debian-mipsel - little-endian).
</p>
<h3><a href="hppa/">HP PA-RISC (``hppa'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="hppa/">HP PA-RISC (&ldquo;hppa&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 3.0.
This is a port to Hewlett-Packard's PA-RISC architecture, and it is in
an advanced stage.
</p>
<h3><a href="ia64/">IA-64 (``ia64'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="ia64/">IA-64 (&ldquo;ia64&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 3.0.
This is a port to Intel's 64-bit architecture.
</p>
<h3><a href="s390/">S/390 (``s390'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="s390/">S/390 (&ldquo;s390&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
First officially released with Debian 3.0.
This is a port to IBM S/390 servers.
......@@ -127,14 +127,14 @@
<p>The following ports never took part in a Debian stable release, but they
should appear in one, eventually.
<h3><a href="http://www.m17n.org/linux-sh/debian/">SuperH (``sh'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="http://www.m17n.org/linux-sh/debian/">SuperH (&ldquo;sh&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
This is a fairly new port to Hitachi SuperH processors.
</p>
<h2><a name="nonlinux">Non-Linux ports</a></h2>
<h3><a href="hurd/">Debian GNU/Hurd (``hurd-i386'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="hurd/">Debian GNU/Hurd (&ldquo;hurd-i386&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
The GNU Hurd is a totally new operating system being put together by
the GNU group. In fact, the GNU Hurd is the final component which
......@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ should appear in one, eventually.
others to follow soon.
</p>
<h3><a href="netbsd/">Debian GNU/NetBSD (``netbsd-i386'' and ``netbsd-alpha'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="netbsd/">Debian GNU/NetBSD (&ldquo;netbsd-i386&rdquo; and &ldquo;netbsd-alpha&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
This is a port of the Debian operating system, complete with apt, dpkg,
and GNU userland, to the NetBSD kernel. It is currently in a very
......@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ should appear in one, eventually.
begun on supporting Alpha-based computers.
</p>
<h3><a href="freebsd/">Debian GNU/FreeBSD (``freebsd-i386'')</a></h3>
<h3><a href="freebsd/">Debian GNU/FreeBSD (&ldquo;freebsd-i386&rdquo;)</a></h3>
<p>
This is a port of the Debian operating system to the FreeBSD kernel.
It is currently in a preliminary stage.
......
......@@ -35,13 +35,13 @@ Debian.
<h2><a name="64bit">About 64-bit SPARC support</a></h2>
<p>
The Debian SPARC port,
as mentioned above, does support the sun4u (``Ultra'') architecture.
as mentioned above, does support the sun4u (&ldquo;Ultra&rdquo;) architecture.
It uses a 64-bit kernel (compiled with a special version of the
<code>egcs</code> compiler, called ``egcs64''), but most of the
applications run in 32-bit. This is also called a ``32-bit
userland''.
<code>egcs</code> compiler, called &ldquo;egcs64&rdquo;), but most of the
applications run in 32-bit. This is also called a &ldquo;32-bit
userland&rdquo;.
<p>
The Debian SPARC 64 (a.k.a., ``UltraLinux'') porting effort is not
The Debian SPARC 64 (a.k.a., &ldquo;UltraLinux&rdquo;) porting effort is not
currently conceived as a full porting effort like other ports.
Rather, it is intended to be an <em>add-on</em> to the SPARC Port.
<p>
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ with body `subscribe sparclinux' to the address <a
href="mailto:majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu">majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu</a>.
There is also a Red Hat list, of course.
<p>
This is a very small list of Linux SPARC (a.k.a. ``S/Linux'') links:
This is a very small list of Linux SPARC (a.k.a. &ldquo;S/Linux&rdquo;) links:
<ul>
<li>
<a href="http://www.ultralinux.org/">UltraLinux</a> -- the
......
......@@ -2,43 +2,43 @@
#include "$(ENGLISHDIR)/releases/info"
<p>Debian always has at least
three releases in active maintenance: ``stable'', ``testing'' and
``unstable''.
three releases in active maintenance: &ldquo;stable&rdquo;, &ldquo;testing&rdquo; and
&ldquo;unstable&rdquo;.
<dl>
<dt><a href="stable/">stable</a></dt>
<dd>The ``stable'' distribution contains the latest officially
<dd>The &ldquo;stable&rdquo; distribution contains the latest officially
released distribution of Debian.
<p>
This is the production release of Debian, the one which we primarily
recommend using.
<p>
The current ``stable'' distribution of Debian GNU/Linux is version
The current &ldquo;stable&rdquo; distribution of Debian GNU/Linux is version
<current_release>, codenamed <em><current_release_name></em>. It was
released on <current_release_date>.
</dd>
<dt><a href="testing/">testing</a></dt>
<dd>The ``testing'' distribution contains packages that haven't been
accepted into a ``stable'' release yet, but they are in the queue for
<dd>The &ldquo;testing&rdquo; distribution contains packages that haven't been
accepted into a &ldquo;stable&rdquo; release yet, but they are in the queue for
that. The main advantage of using this distribution is that it has more
recent versions of software, and the main disadvantage is that it's not
completely tested and has no official support from Debian security team.
<p>
See the <a href="$(DOC)/FAQ/">Debian FAQ</a> for more information on
<a href="$(DOC)/FAQ/ch-ftparchives#s-testing">what is ``testing''</a>
<a href="$(DOC)/FAQ/ch-ftparchives#s-testing">what is &ldquo;testing&rdquo;</a>
and <a href="$(DOC)/FAQ/ch-ftparchives#s-frozen">how it becomes
``stable''</a>.
&ldquo;stable&rdquo;</a>.
<p>
The current ``testing'' distribution is <em><current_testing_name></em>.
The current &ldquo;testing&rdquo; distribution is <em><current_testing_name></em>.
</dd>
<dt>unstable</dt>
<dd>The ``unstable'' distribution is where active development of Debian
<dd>The &ldquo;unstable&rdquo; distribution is where active development of Debian
occurs. Generally, this distribution is run by developers and those
who like to live on the edge.
<p>
The ``unstable'' distribution is called <em>sid</em>.
The &ldquo;unstable&rdquo; distribution is called <em>sid</em>.
</dd>
</dl>
......
#use wml::debian::template title="Debian ``sarge'' Release Information"
#use wml::debian::template title="Debian &ldquo;sarge&rdquo; Release Information"
<p>The code name for the next major Debian release after <a
href="../woody/">woody</a> is ``sarge''. It is likely that this
release will be numbered ``3.1''.</p>
href="../woody/">woody</a> is &ldquo;sarge&rdquo;. It is likely that this
release will be numbered &ldquo;3.1&rdquo;.</p>
<p>This release started as a copy of woody, and is currently in a state
called ``<a href="$(DOC)/FAQ/ch-ftparchives.html#s-testing">testing</a>''.
called &ldquo;<a href="$(DOC)/FAQ/ch-ftparchives.html#s-testing">testing</a>&rdquo;.
That means that things should not break as bad as in unstable or
experimental distributions, because packages are allowed to enter this
distribution only after a certain period of time has passed, and when they
......
#use wml::debian::template title="Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 ``woody'' Release Information" BARETITLE="true"
#use wml::debian::template title="Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 &ldquo;woody&rdquo; Release Information" BARETITLE="true"
#include "$(ENGLISHDIR)/releases/info"
#include "$(ENGLISHDIR)/releases/woody/release.data"
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......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
<p>Marcus Meissner and Sebastian Krahmer discovered and fixed a temporary
file vulnerability in the mm shared memory library. This problem can
be exploited to gain root access to a machine running Apache which is
linked against this library, if shell access to the user ``www-data''
linked against this library, if shell access to the user &ldquo;www-data&rdquo;
is already available (which could easily be triggered through PHP).</p>
<p>This problem has been fixed in the upstream version 1.2.0 of mm, which
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......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ quotas are enabled xfsdump runs xfsdq to save the quota information
into a file at the root of the filesystem being dumped. The manner in
which this file is created is unsafe.</p>
<p>While fixing this, a new option ``-f path'' has been added to xfsdq(8)
<p>While fixing this, a new option &ldquo;-f path&rdquo; has been added to xfsdq(8)
to specify an output file instead of using the standard output stream.
This file is created by xfsdq and xfsdq will fail to run if it exists
already. The file is also created with a more appropriate mode than
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