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authorGravatar Eric Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>2003-10-22 09:58:56 +0000
committerGravatar Eric Andersen <andersen@codepoet.org>2003-10-22 09:58:56 +0000
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Andreas Mohr writes:
the busybox menuconfig triggered my "inacceptable number of spelling mistakes" upper level, so I decided to make a patch ;-) I also improved some wording to describe some things in a better way. Many thanks for an incredible piece of software! Andreas Mohr, random OSS developer
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diff --git a/sysklogd/Config.in b/sysklogd/Config.in
index 83640bb3f..cb2ee0865 100644
--- a/sysklogd/Config.in
+++ b/sysklogd/Config.in
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ config CONFIG_SYSLOGD
application that generated the message. When used in
conjunction with klogd, messages from the Linux kernel
can also be recorded. This is terribly useful,
- especially for finding what happened when somthing goes
+ especially for finding what happened when something goes
wrong. And something almost always will go wrong if
you wait long enough....
@@ -50,8 +50,8 @@ config CONFIG_FEATURE_IPC_SYSLOG
When you enable this feature, the syslogd utility will
use a circular buffer to record system log messages.
When the buffer is filled it will continue to overwrite
- the oldest messaged. This can be very useful for
- systems with little or no perminant storage, since
+ the oldest messages. This can be very useful for
+ systems with little or no permanent storage, since
otherwise system logs can eventually fill up your
entire filesystem, which may cause your system to
break badly.
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ config CONFIG_KLOGD
default n
depends on CONFIG_SYSLOGD
help
- klogd is a utility which which intercepts and logs all
+ klogd is a utility which intercepts and logs all
messages from the Linux kernel and sends the messages
out to the 'syslogd' utility so they can be logged. If
you wish to record the messages produced by the kernel,