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Fix common misspellings

Fixes generated by 'codespell' and manually reviewed.

Signed-off-by: Lucas De Marchi <lucas.demarchi@profusion.mobi>
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6 CREDITS
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@@ -1677,7 +1677,7 @@ W: http://www.codemonkey.org.uk
D: Assorted VIA x86 support.
D: 2.5 AGPGART overhaul.
D: CPUFREQ maintenance.
-D: Fedora kernel maintainence.
+D: Fedora kernel maintenance.
D: Misc/Other.
S: 314 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA 01886, USA
@@ -3211,7 +3211,7 @@ N: James Simmons
E: jsimmons@infradead.org
E: jsimmons@users.sf.net
D: Frame buffer device maintainer
-D: input layer developement
+D: input layer development
D: tty/console layer
D: various mipsel devices
S: 115 Carmel Avenue
@@ -3290,7 +3290,7 @@ S: USA
N: Manfred Spraul
E: manfred@colorfullife.com
W: http://www.colorfullife.com/~manfred
-D: Lots of tiny hacks. Larger improvments to SysV IPC msg,
+D: Lots of tiny hacks. Larger improvements to SysV IPC msg,
D: slab, pipe, select.
S: 71701 Schwieberdingen
S: Germany
2  Documentation/ABI/testing/sysfs-bus-css
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@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ Contact: Cornelia Huck <cornelia.huck@de.ibm.com>
linux-s390@vger.kernel.org
Description: Contains the PIM/PAM/POM values, as reported by the
channel subsystem when last queried by the common I/O
- layer (this implies that this attribute is not neccessarily
+ layer (this implies that this attribute is not necessarily
in sync with the values current in the channel subsystem).
Note: This is an I/O-subchannel specific attribute.
Users: s390-tools, HAL
2  Documentation/ABI/testing/sysfs-class-led
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@@ -33,5 +33,5 @@ Contact: Richard Purdie <rpurdie@rpsys.net>
Description:
Invert the LED on/off state. This parameter is specific to
gpio and backlight triggers. In case of the backlight trigger,
- it is usefull when driving a LED which is intended to indicate
+ it is useful when driving a LED which is intended to indicate
a device in a standby like state.
2  Documentation/DocBook/dvb/dvbproperty.xml
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@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@
<para>Central frequency of the channel.</para>
- <para>For ISDB-T the channels are usally transmitted with an offset of 143kHz. E.g. a
+ <para>For ISDB-T the channels are usually transmitted with an offset of 143kHz. E.g. a
valid frequncy could be 474143 kHz. The stepping is bound to the bandwidth of
the channel which is 6MHz.</para>
2  Documentation/DocBook/dvb/frontend.xml
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@@ -139,7 +139,7 @@ consistently to the DiSEqC commands as described in the DiSEqC spec.</para>
<section id="frontend_sec_tone">
<title>SEC continuous tone</title>
-<para>The continous 22KHz tone is usually used with non-DiSEqC capable LNBs to switch the
+<para>The continuous 22KHz tone is usually used with non-DiSEqC capable LNBs to switch the
high/low band of a dual-band LNB. When using DiSEqC epuipment this voltage has to
be switched consistently to the DiSEqC commands as described in the DiSEqC
spec.</para>
2  Documentation/DocBook/kernel-locking.tmpl
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@@ -1763,7 +1763,7 @@ as it would be on UP.
There is a furthur optimization possible here: remember our original
cache code, where there were no reference counts and the caller simply
held the lock whenever using the object? This is still possible: if
-you hold the lock, noone can delete the object, so you don't need to
+you hold the lock, no one can delete the object, so you don't need to
get and put the reference count.
</para>
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@@ -1032,7 +1032,7 @@ and other resources, etc.
<listitem>
<para>
This is indicated by ICRC bit in the ERROR register and
- means that corruption occurred during data transfer. Upto
+ means that corruption occurred during data transfer. Up to
ATA/ATAPI-7, the standard specifies that this bit is only
applicable to UDMA transfers but ATA/ATAPI-8 draft revision
1f says that the bit may be applicable to multiword DMA and
@@ -1045,10 +1045,10 @@ and other resources, etc.
<term>ABRT error during data transfer or on completion</term>
<listitem>
<para>
- Upto ATA/ATAPI-7, the standard specifies that ABRT could be
+ Up to ATA/ATAPI-7, the standard specifies that ABRT could be
set on ICRC errors and on cases where a device is not able
to complete a command. Combined with the fact that MWDMA
- and PIO transfer errors aren't allowed to use ICRC bit upto
+ and PIO transfer errors aren't allowed to use ICRC bit up to
ATA/ATAPI-7, it seems to imply that ABRT bit alone could
indicate tranfer errors.
</para>
@@ -1122,7 +1122,7 @@ and other resources, etc.
<para>
Depending on commands, not all STATUS/ERROR bits are
applicable. These non-applicable bits are marked with
- &quot;na&quot; in the output descriptions but upto ATA/ATAPI-7
+ &quot;na&quot; in the output descriptions but up to ATA/ATAPI-7
no definition of &quot;na&quot; can be found. However,
ATA/ATAPI-8 draft revision 1f describes &quot;N/A&quot; as
follows.
@@ -1507,7 +1507,7 @@ and other resources, etc.
<listitem>
<para>
- CHS set up with INITIALIZE DEVICE PARAMETERS (seldomly used)
+ CHS set up with INITIALIZE DEVICE PARAMETERS (seldom used)
</para>
</listitem>
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@@ -485,7 +485,7 @@ static void board_select_chip (struct mtd_info *mtd, int chip)
Reed-Solomon library.
</para>
<para>
- The ECC bytes must be placed immidiately after the data
+ The ECC bytes must be placed immediately after the data
bytes in order to make the syndrome generator work. This
is contrary to the usual layout used by software ECC. The
separation of data and out of band area is not longer
@@ -629,7 +629,7 @@ static void board_select_chip (struct mtd_info *mtd, int chip)
holds the bad block table. Store a pointer to the pattern
in the pattern field. Further the length of the pattern has to be
stored in len and the offset in the spare area must be given
- in the offs member of the nand_bbt_descr stucture. For mirrored
+ in the offs member of the nand_bbt_descr structure. For mirrored
bad block tables different patterns are mandatory.</para></listitem>
<listitem><para>Table creation</para>
<para>Set the option NAND_BBT_CREATE to enable the table creation
@@ -648,7 +648,7 @@ static void board_select_chip (struct mtd_info *mtd, int chip)
<listitem><para>Table version control</para>
<para>Set the option NAND_BBT_VERSION to enable the table version control.
It's highly recommended to enable this for mirrored tables with write
- support. It makes sure that the risk of loosing the bad block
+ support. It makes sure that the risk of losing the bad block
table information is reduced to the loss of the information about the
one worn out block which should be marked bad. The version is stored in
4 consecutive bytes in the spare area of the device. The position of
@@ -1060,19 +1060,19 @@ data in this page</entry>
<row>
<entry>0x3D</entry>
<entry>ECC byte 21</entry>
-<entry>Error correction code byte 0 of the eigth 256 Bytes of data
+<entry>Error correction code byte 0 of the eighth 256 Bytes of data
in this page</entry>
</row>
<row>
<entry>0x3E</entry>
<entry>ECC byte 22</entry>
-<entry>Error correction code byte 1 of the eigth 256 Bytes of data
+<entry>Error correction code byte 1 of the eighth 256 Bytes of data
in this page</entry>
</row>
<row>
<entry>0x3F</entry>
<entry>ECC byte 23</entry>
-<entry>Error correction code byte 2 of the eigth 256 Bytes of data
+<entry>Error correction code byte 2 of the eighth 256 Bytes of data
in this page</entry>
</row>
</tbody></tgroup></informaltable>
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@@ -267,8 +267,8 @@
<sect1 id="machine-constraint">
<title>Constraints</title>
<para>
- As well as definining the connections the machine interface
- also provides constraints definining the operations that
+ As well as defining the connections the machine interface
+ also provides constraints defining the operations that
clients are allowed to perform and the parameters that may be
set. This is required since generally regulator devices will
offer more flexibility than it is safe to use on a given
2  Documentation/DocBook/uio-howto.tmpl
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@@ -797,7 +797,7 @@ framework to set up sysfs files for this region. Simply leave it alone.
perform some initialization. After that, your hardware
starts working and will generate an interrupt as soon
as it's finished, has some data available, or needs your
- attention because an error occured.
+ attention because an error occurred.
</para>
<para>
<filename>/dev/uioX</filename> is a read-only file. A
2  Documentation/DocBook/usb.tmpl
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@@ -690,7 +690,7 @@ usbdev_ioctl (int fd, int ifno, unsigned request, void *param)
</para><para>
This request lets kernel drivers talk to user mode code
through filesystem operations even when they don't create
- a charactor or block special device.
+ a character or block special device.
It's also been used to do things like ask devices what
device special file should be used.
Two pre-defined ioctls are used
2  Documentation/DocBook/v4l/common.xml
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@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org, 2002-11-20. --></para>
<para>By convention system administrators create various
character device special files with these major and minor numbers in
-the <filename>/dev</filename> directory. The names recomended for the
+the <filename>/dev</filename> directory. The names recommended for the
different V4L2 device types are listed in <xref linkend="devices" />.
</para>
2  Documentation/DocBook/v4l/controls.xml
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@@ -1243,7 +1243,7 @@ values are:</entry>
</row><row><entry spanname="descr">Mutes the audio when
capturing. This is not done by muting audio hardware, which can still
produce a slight hiss, but in the encoder itself, guaranteeing a fixed
-and reproducable audio bitstream. 0 = unmuted, 1 = muted.</entry>
+and reproducible audio bitstream. 0 = unmuted, 1 = muted.</entry>
</row>
<row><entry></entry></row>
<row id="v4l2-mpeg-video-encoding">
2  Documentation/DocBook/v4l/dev-subdev.xml
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@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@
processing hardware.</para>
<figure id="pipeline-scaling">
- <title>Image Format Negotation on Pipelines</title>
+ <title>Image Format Negotiation on Pipelines</title>
<mediaobject>
<imageobject>
<imagedata fileref="pipeline.pdf" format="PS" />
2  Documentation/DocBook/v4l/libv4l.xml
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@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ and is not locked sets the cid to the scaled value.
<para>int v4l2_get_control(int fd, int cid) -
This function returns a value of 0 - 65535, scaled to from the actual range
of the given v4l control id. when the cid does not exist, could not be
-accessed for some reason, or some error occured 0 is returned.
+accessed for some reason, or some error occurred 0 is returned.
</para></listitem>
</itemizedlist>
</section>
2  Documentation/DocBook/v4l/remote_controllers.xml
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@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ different IR's. Due to that, V4L2 API now specifies a standard for mapping Media
<row><entry><constant>KEY_LEFT</constant></entry><entry>Left key</entry><entry>LEFT</entry></row>
<row><entry><constant>KEY_RIGHT</constant></entry><entry>Right key</entry><entry>RIGHT</entry></row>
-<row><entry><emphasis role="bold">Miscelaneous keys</emphasis></entry></row>
+<row><entry><emphasis role="bold">Miscellaneous keys</emphasis></entry></row>
<row><entry><constant>KEY_DOT</constant></entry><entry>Return a dot</entry><entry>.</entry></row>
<row><entry><constant>KEY_FN</constant></entry><entry>Select a function</entry><entry>FUNCTION</entry></row>
2  Documentation/DocBook/writing-an-alsa-driver.tmpl
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@@ -4784,7 +4784,7 @@ struct _snd_pcm_runtime {
FM registers can be directly accessed through the direct-FM API,
defined in <filename>&lt;sound/asound_fm.h&gt;</filename>. In
ALSA native mode, FM registers are accessed through
- the Hardware-Dependant Device direct-FM extension API, whereas in
+ the Hardware-Dependent Device direct-FM extension API, whereas in
OSS compatible mode, FM registers can be accessed with the OSS
direct-FM compatible API in <filename>/dev/dmfmX</filename> device.
</para>
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@@ -253,8 +253,8 @@ In constrast, MSI is restricted to a maximum of 32 interrupts (and
must be a power of two). In addition, the MSI interrupt vectors must
be allocated consecutively, so the system may not be able to allocate
as many vectors for MSI as it could for MSI-X. On some platforms, MSI
-interrupts must all be targetted at the same set of CPUs whereas MSI-X
-interrupts can all be targetted at different CPUs.
+interrupts must all be targeted at the same set of CPUs whereas MSI-X
+interrupts can all be targeted at different CPUs.
4.5.2 Spinlocks
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@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ expect these delays to be short, measurable in days, not weeks or months.
A disclosure date is negotiated by the security team working with the
bug submitter as well as vendors. However, the kernel security team
holds the final say when setting a disclosure date. The timeframe for
-disclosure is from immediate (esp. if it's already publically known)
+disclosure is from immediate (esp. if it's already publicly known)
to a few weeks. As a basic default policy, we expect report date to
disclosure date to be on the order of 7 days.
2  Documentation/SubmittingDrivers
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@@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ PM support: Since Linux is used on many portable and desktop systems, your
complete overview of the power management issues related to
drivers see Documentation/power/devices.txt .
-Control: In general if there is active maintainance of a driver by
+Control: In general if there is active maintenance of a driver by
the author then patches will be redirected to them unless
they are totally obvious and without need of checking.
If you want to be the contact and update point for the
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@@ -729,7 +729,7 @@ Linus Torvalds's mail on the canonical patch format:
<http://lkml.org/lkml/2005/4/7/183>
Andi Kleen, "On submitting kernel patches"
- Some strategies to get difficult or controversal changes in.
+ Some strategies to get difficult or controversial changes in.
http://halobates.de/on-submitting-patches.pdf
--
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@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ Linux currently supports the following features on the IXP4xx chips:
- Timers (watchdog, OS)
The following components of the chips are not supported by Linux and
-require the use of Intel's propietary CSR softare:
+require the use of Intel's proprietary CSR softare:
- USB device interface
- Network interfaces (HSS, Utopia, NPEs, etc)
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ software from:
http://developer.intel.com/design/network/products/npfamily/ixp425.htm
-DO NOT POST QUESTIONS TO THE LINUX MAILING LISTS REGARDING THE PROPIETARY
+DO NOT POST QUESTIONS TO THE LINUX MAILING LISTS REGARDING THE PROPRIETARY
SOFTWARE.
There are several websites that provide directions/pointers on using
2  Documentation/arm/Samsung-S3C24XX/Suspend.txt
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@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ Configuration
Allows the entire memory to be checksummed before and after the
suspend to see if there has been any corruption of the contents.
- Note, the time to calculate the CRC is dependant on the CPU speed
+ Note, the time to calculate the CRC is dependent on the CPU speed
and the size of memory. For an 64Mbyte RAM area on an 200MHz
S3C2410, this can take approximately 4 seconds to complete.
2  Documentation/arm/Samsung/GPIO.txt
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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Introduction
------------
This outlines the Samsung GPIO implementation and the architecture
-specfic calls provided alongisde the drivers/gpio core.
+specific calls provided alongisde the drivers/gpio core.
S3C24XX (Legacy)
4 Documentation/block/biodoc.txt
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@@ -497,7 +497,7 @@ The scatter gather list is in the form of an array of <page, offset, len>
entries with their corresponding dma address mappings filled in at the
appropriate time. As an optimization, contiguous physical pages can be
covered by a single entry where <page> refers to the first page and <len>
-covers the range of pages (upto 16 contiguous pages could be covered this
+covers the range of pages (up to 16 contiguous pages could be covered this
way). There is a helper routine (blk_rq_map_sg) which drivers can use to build
the sg list.
@@ -565,7 +565,7 @@ struct request {
.
int tag; /* command tag associated with request */
void *special; /* same as before */
- char *buffer; /* valid only for low memory buffers upto
+ char *buffer; /* valid only for low memory buffers up to
current_nr_sectors */
.
.
2  Documentation/cpu-hotplug.txt
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@@ -196,7 +196,7 @@ the state as 0 when a cpu if offline and 1 when its online.
#To display the current cpu state.
#cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpuX/online
-Q: Why cant i remove CPU0 on some systems?
+Q: Why can't i remove CPU0 on some systems?
A: Some architectures may have some special dependency on a certain CPU.
For e.g in IA64 platforms we have ability to sent platform interrupts to the
2  Documentation/dell_rbu.txt
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@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ image file and then arrange all these packets back to back in to one single
file.
This file is then copied to /sys/class/firmware/dell_rbu/data.
Once this file gets to the driver, the driver extracts packet_size data from
-the file and spreads it accross the physical memory in contiguous packet_sized
+the file and spreads it across the physical memory in contiguous packet_sized
space.
This method makes sure that all the packets get to the driver in a single operation.
2  Documentation/device-mapper/dm-service-time.txt
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@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ Algorithm
=========
dm-service-time adds the I/O size to 'in-flight-size' when the I/O is
-dispatched and substracts when completed.
+dispatched and subtracts when completed.
Basically, dm-service-time selects a path having minimum service time
which is calculated by:
4 Documentation/devicetree/bindings/fb/sm501fb.txt
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@@ -18,9 +18,9 @@ Optional properties:
- edid : verbatim EDID data block describing attached display.
Data from the detailed timing descriptor will be used to
program the display controller.
-- little-endian: availiable on big endian systems, to
+- little-endian: available on big endian systems, to
set different foreign endian.
-- big-endian: availiable on little endian systems, to
+- big-endian: available on little endian systems, to
set different foreign endian.
Example for MPC5200:
2  Documentation/devicetree/bindings/mtd/fsl-upm-nand.txt
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@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ Optional properties:
- gpios : may specify optional GPIOs connected to the Ready-Not-Busy pins
(R/B#). For multi-chip devices, "n" GPIO definitions are required
according to the number of chips.
-- chip-delay : chip dependent delay for transfering data from array to
+- chip-delay : chip dependent delay for transferring data from array to
read registers (tR). Required if property "gpios" is not used
(R/B# pins not connected).
2  Documentation/devicetree/bindings/net/can/sja1000.txt
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@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ Optional properties:
- nxp,no-comparator-bypass : Allows to disable the CAN input comperator.
-For futher information, please have a look to the SJA1000 data sheet.
+For further information, please have a look to the SJA1000 data sheet.
Examples:
2  Documentation/devicetree/bindings/powerpc/fsl/mpic.txt
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@@ -199,7 +199,7 @@ EXAMPLE 4
EXAMPLE 5
/*
- * Definition of an error interrupt (interupt type 1).
+ * Definition of an error interrupt (interrupt type 1).
* SoC interrupt number is 16 and the specific error
* interrupt bit in the error interrupt summary register
* is 23.
2  Documentation/dvb/README.dvb-usb
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@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ Hotplug is able to load the driver, when it is needed (because you plugged
in the device).
If you want to enable debug output, you have to load the driver manually and
-from withing the dvb-kernel cvs repository.
+from within the dvb-kernel cvs repository.
first have a look, which debug level are available:
2  Documentation/dvb/ci.txt
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@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ so on.
* CI modules that are supported
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-The CI module support is largely dependant upon the firmware on the cards
+The CI module support is largely dependent upon the firmware on the cards
Some cards do support almost all of the available CI modules. There is
nothing much that can be done in order to make additional CI modules
working with these cards.
2  Documentation/dvb/faq.txt
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@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ Some very frequently asked questions about linuxtv-dvb
5. The dvb_net device doesn't give me any packets at all
Run tcpdump on the dvb0_0 interface. This sets the interface
- into promiscous mode so it accepts any packets from the PID
+ into promiscuous mode so it accepts any packets from the PID
you have configured with the dvbnet utility. Check if there
are any packets with the IP addr and MAC addr you have
configured with ifconfig.
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@@ -741,7 +741,7 @@ were done at i7core_edac driver. This chapter will cover those differences
As EDAC API maps the minimum unity is csrows, the driver sequencially
maps channel/dimm into different csrows.
- For example, suposing the following layout:
+ For example, supposing the following layout:
Ch0 phy rd0, wr0 (0x063f4031): 2 ranks, UDIMMs
dimm 0 1024 Mb offset: 0, bank: 8, rank: 1, row: 0x4000, col: 0x400
dimm 1 1024 Mb offset: 4, bank: 8, rank: 1, row: 0x4000, col: 0x400
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@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ struct eisa_driver {
id_table : an array of NULL terminated EISA id strings,
followed by an empty string. Each string can
- optionally be paired with a driver-dependant value
+ optionally be paired with a driver-dependent value
(driver_data).
driver : a generic driver, such as described in
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@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ Notes:
supported_output_devices
- This read-only file contains a full ',' seperated list containing all
+ This read-only file contains a full ',' separated list containing all
output devices that could be available on your platform. It is likely
that not all of those have a connector on your hardware but it should
provide a good starting point to figure out which of those names match
@@ -225,7 +225,7 @@ Notes:
This can happen for example if only one (the other) iga is used.
Writing to these files allows adjusting the output devices during
runtime. One can add new devices, remove existing ones or switch
- between igas. Essentially you can write a ',' seperated list of device
+ between igas. Essentially you can write a ',' separated list of device
names (or a single one) in the same format as the output to those
files. You can add a '+' or '-' as a prefix allowing simple addition
and removal of devices. So a prefix '+' adds the devices from your list
2  Documentation/filesystems/autofs4-mount-control.txt
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@@ -309,7 +309,7 @@ ioctlfd field set to the descriptor obtained from the open call.
AUTOFS_DEV_IOCTL_TIMEOUT_CMD
----------------------------
-Set the expire timeout for mounts withing an autofs mount point.
+Set the expire timeout for mounts within an autofs mount point.
The call requires an initialized struct autofs_dev_ioctl with the
ioctlfd field set to the descriptor obtained from the open call.
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@@ -95,7 +95,7 @@ restraints as possible on how an index is structured and where it is placed in
the tree. The netfs can even mix indices and data files at the same level, but
it's not recommended.
-Each index entry consists of a key of indeterminate length plus some auxilliary
+Each index entry consists of a key of indeterminate length plus some auxiliary
data, also of indeterminate length.
There are some limits on indices:
@@ -203,23 +203,23 @@ This has the following fields:
If the function is absent, a file size of 0 is assumed.
- (6) A function to retrieve auxilliary data from the netfs [optional].
+ (6) A function to retrieve auxiliary data from the netfs [optional].
This function will be called with the netfs data that was passed to the
- cookie acquisition function and the maximum length of auxilliary data that
- it may provide. It should write the auxilliary data into the given buffer
+ cookie acquisition function and the maximum length of auxiliary data that
+ it may provide. It should write the auxiliary data into the given buffer
and return the quantity it wrote.
- If this function is absent, the auxilliary data length will be set to 0.
+ If this function is absent, the auxiliary data length will be set to 0.
- The length of the auxilliary data buffer may be dependent on the key
+ The length of the auxiliary data buffer may be dependent on the key
length. A netfs mustn't rely on being able to provide more than 400 bytes
for both.
- (7) A function to check the auxilliary data [optional].
+ (7) A function to check the auxiliary data [optional].
This function will be called to check that a match found in the cache for
- this object is valid. For instance with AFS it could check the auxilliary
+ this object is valid. For instance with AFS it could check the auxiliary
data against the data version number returned by the server to determine
whether the index entry in a cache is still valid.
@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ This has the following fields:
(*) FSCACHE_CHECKAUX_NEEDS_UPDATE - the entry requires update
(*) FSCACHE_CHECKAUX_OBSOLETE - the entry should be deleted
- This function can also be used to extract data from the auxilliary data in
+ This function can also be used to extract data from the auxiliary data in
the cache and copy it into the netfs's structures.
(8) A pair of functions to manage contexts for the completion callback
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@@ -409,7 +409,7 @@ As a consequence of this, default_groups cannot be removed directly via
rmdir(2). They also are not considered when rmdir(2) on the parent
group is checking for children.
-[Dependant Subsystems]
+[Dependent Subsystems]
Sometimes other drivers depend on particular configfs items. For
example, ocfs2 mounts depend on a heartbeat region item. If that
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@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ Note: More extensive information for getting started with ext4 can be
* Inode allocation using large virtual block groups via flex_bg
* delayed allocation
* large block (up to pagesize) support
-* efficent new ordered mode in JBD2 and ext4(avoid using buffer head to force
+* efficient new ordered mode in JBD2 and ext4(avoid using buffer head to force
the ordering)
[1] Filesystems with a block size of 1k may see a limit imposed by the
@@ -106,7 +106,7 @@ directory hash tree having a maximum depth of two.
2.2 Candidate features for future inclusion
* Online defrag (patches available but not well tested)
-* reduced mke2fs time via lazy itable initialization in conjuction with
+* reduced mke2fs time via lazy itable initialization in conjunction with
the uninit_bg feature (capability to do this is available in e2fsprogs
but a kernel thread to do lazy zeroing of unused inode table blocks
after filesystem is first mounted is required for safety)
2  Documentation/filesystems/gfs2-uevents.txt
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@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ be fixed.
The REMOVE uevent is generated at the end of an unsuccessful mount
or at the end of a umount of the filesystem. All REMOVE uevents will
-have been preceeded by at least an ADD uevent for the same fileystem,
+have been preceded by at least an ADD uevent for the same fileystem,
and unlike the other uevents is generated automatically by the kernel's
kobject subsystem.
2  Documentation/filesystems/gfs2.txt
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@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ their I/O so file system consistency is maintained. One of the nifty
features of GFS is perfect consistency -- changes made to the file system
on one machine show up immediately on all other machines in the cluster.
-GFS uses interchangable inter-node locking mechanisms, the currently
+GFS uses interchangeable inter-node locking mechanisms, the currently
supported mechanisms are:
lock_nolock -- allows gfs to be used as a local file system
2  Documentation/filesystems/ntfs.txt
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@@ -350,7 +350,7 @@ Note the "Should sync?" parameter "nosync" means that the two mirrors are
already in sync which will be the case on a clean shutdown of Windows. If the
mirrors are not clean, you can specify the "sync" option instead of "nosync"
and the Device-Mapper driver will then copy the entirety of the "Source Device"
-to the "Target Device" or if you specified multipled target devices to all of
+to the "Target Device" or if you specified multiple target devices to all of
them.
Once you have your table, save it in a file somewhere (e.g. /etc/ntfsvolume1),
2  Documentation/filesystems/ocfs2.txt
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@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ user_xattr (*) Enables Extended User Attributes.
nouser_xattr Disables Extended User Attributes.
acl Enables POSIX Access Control Lists support.
noacl (*) Disables POSIX Access Control Lists support.
-resv_level=2 (*) Set how agressive allocation reservations will be.
+resv_level=2 (*) Set how aggressive allocation reservations will be.
Valid values are between 0 (reservations off) to 8
(maximum space for reservations).
dir_resv_level= (*) By default, directory reservations will scale with file
4 Documentation/filesystems/path-lookup.txt
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@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ Path walking overview
A name string specifies a start (root directory, cwd, fd-relative) and a
sequence of elements (directory entry names), which together refer to a path in
the namespace. A path is represented as a (dentry, vfsmount) tuple. The name
-elements are sub-strings, seperated by '/'.
+elements are sub-strings, separated by '/'.
Name lookups will want to find a particular path that a name string refers to
(usually the final element, or parent of final element). This is done by taking
@@ -354,7 +354,7 @@ vfstest 24185492 4945 708725(2.9%) 1076136(4.4%) 0 2651
What this shows is that failed rcu-walk lookups, ie. ones that are restarted
entirely with ref-walk, are quite rare. Even the "vfstest" case which
-specifically has concurrent renames/mkdir/rmdir/ creat/unlink/etc to excercise
+specifically has concurrent renames/mkdir/rmdir/ creat/unlink/etc to exercise
such races is not showing a huge amount of restarts.
Dropping from rcu-walk to ref-walk mean that we have encountered a dentry where
2  Documentation/filesystems/pohmelfs/network_protocol.txt
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@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Commands can be embedded into transaction command (which in turn has own command
so one can extend protocol as needed without breaking backward compatibility as long
as old commands are supported. All string lengths include tail 0 byte.
-All commans are transfered over the network in big-endian. CPU endianess is used at the end peers.
+All commands are transferred over the network in big-endian. CPU endianess is used at the end peers.
@cmd - command number, which specifies command to be processed. Following
commands are used currently:
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@@ -543,7 +543,7 @@ just those considered 'most important'. The new vectors are:
their statistics are used by kernel developers and interested users to
determine the occurrence of interrupts of the given type.
-The above IRQ vectors are displayed only when relevent. For example,
+The above IRQ vectors are displayed only when relevant. For example,
the threshold vector does not exist on x86_64 platforms. Others are
suppressed when the system is a uniprocessor. As of this writing, only
i386 and x86_64 platforms support the new IRQ vector displays.
@@ -1202,7 +1202,7 @@ The columns are:
W = can do write operations
U = can do unblank
flags E = it is enabled
- C = it is prefered console
+ C = it is preferred console
B = it is primary boot console
p = it is used for printk buffer
b = it is not a TTY but a Braille device
@@ -1331,7 +1331,7 @@ NOTICE: /proc/<pid>/oom_adj is deprecated and will be removed, please see
Documentation/feature-removal-schedule.txt.
Caveat: when a parent task is selected, the oom killer will sacrifice any first
-generation children with seperate address spaces instead, if possible. This
+generation children with separate address spaces instead, if possible. This
avoids servers and important system daemons from being killed and loses the
minimal amount of work.
2  Documentation/filesystems/squashfs.txt
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@@ -219,7 +219,7 @@ or if it is stored out of line (in which case the value field stores a
reference to where the actual value is stored). This allows large values
to be stored out of line improving scanning and lookup performance and it
also allows values to be de-duplicated, the value being stored once, and
-all other occurences holding an out of line reference to that value.
+all other occurrences holding an out of line reference to that value.
The xattr lists are packed into compressed 8K metadata blocks.
To reduce overhead in inodes, rather than storing the on-disk
2  Documentation/filesystems/sysfs.txt
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@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ values of the same type.
Mixing types, expressing multiple lines of data, and doing fancy
formatting of data is heavily frowned upon. Doing these things may get
-you publically humiliated and your code rewritten without notice.
+you publicly humiliated and your code rewritten without notice.
An attribute definition is simply:
2  Documentation/filesystems/vfs.txt
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@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ functions:
The passed struct file_system_type describes your filesystem. When a
request is made to mount a filesystem onto a directory in your namespace,
the VFS will call the appropriate mount() method for the specific
-filesystem. New vfsmount refering to the tree returned by ->mount()
+filesystem. New vfsmount referring to the tree returned by ->mount()
will be attached to the mountpoint, so that when pathname resolution
reaches the mountpoint it will jump into the root of that vfsmount.
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@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ the aggregation of all the previous changes currently held only in the log.
This relogging technique also allows objects to be moved forward in the log so
that an object being relogged does not prevent the tail of the log from ever
moving forward. This can be seen in the table above by the changing
-(increasing) LSN of each subsquent transaction - the LSN is effectively a
+(increasing) LSN of each subsequent transaction - the LSN is effectively a
direct encoding of the location in the log of the transaction.
This relogging is also used to implement long-running, multiple-commit
@@ -338,7 +338,7 @@ the same time another transaction modifies the item and inserts the log item
into the new CIL, then checkpoint transaction commit code cannot use log items
to store the list of log vectors that need to be written into the transaction.
Hence log vectors need to be able to be chained together to allow them to be
-detatched from the log items. That is, when the CIL is flushed the memory
+detached from the log items. That is, when the CIL is flushed the memory
buffer and log vector attached to each log item needs to be attached to the
checkpoint context so that the log item can be released. In diagrammatic form,
the CIL would look like this before the flush:
@@ -577,7 +577,7 @@ only becomes unpinned when all the transactions complete and there are no
pending transactions. Thus the pinning and unpinning of a log item is symmetric
as there is a 1:1 relationship with transaction commit and log item completion.
-For delayed logging, however, we have an assymetric transaction commit to
+For delayed logging, however, we have an asymmetric transaction commit to
completion relationship. Every time an object is relogged in the CIL it goes
through the commit process without a corresponding completion being registered.
That is, we now have a many-to-one relationship between transaction commit and
@@ -780,7 +780,7 @@ With delayed logging, there are new steps inserted into the life cycle:
From this, it can be seen that the only life cycle differences between the two
logging methods are in the middle of the life cycle - they still have the same
beginning and end and execution constraints. The only differences are in the
-commiting of the log items to the log itself and the completion processing.
+committing of the log items to the log itself and the completion processing.
Hence delayed logging should not introduce any constraints on log item
behaviour, allocation or freeing that don't already exist.
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@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ motherboards (most modern Abit motherboards).
The first and second revision of the uGuru chip in reality is a Winbond
W83L950D in disguise (despite Abit claiming it is "a new microprocessor
-designed by the ABIT Engineers"). Unfortunatly this doesn't help since the
+designed by the ABIT Engineers"). Unfortunately this doesn't help since the
W83L950D is a generic microcontroller with a custom Abit application running
on it.
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@@ -5,9 +5,9 @@ First of all, what I know about uGuru is no fact based on any help, hints or
datasheet from Abit. The data I have got on uGuru have I assembled through
my weak knowledge in "backwards engineering".
And just for the record, you may have noticed uGuru isn't a chip developed by
-Abit, as they claim it to be. It's realy just an microprocessor (uC) created by
+Abit, as they claim it to be. It's really just an microprocessor (uC) created by
Winbond (W83L950D). And no, reading the manual for this specific uC or
-mailing Windbond for help won't give any usefull data about uGuru, as it is
+mailing Windbond for help won't give any useful data about uGuru, as it is
the program inside the uC that is responding to calls.
Olle Sandberg <ollebull@gmail.com>, 2005-05-25
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ later on attached again data-port will hold 0x08, more about this later.
After wider testing of the Linux kernel driver some variants of the uGuru have
turned up which will hold 0x00 instead of 0xAC at the CMD port, thus we also
-have to test CMD for two different values. On these uGuru's DATA will initally
+have to test CMD for two different values. On these uGuru's DATA will initially
hold 0x09 and will only hold 0x08 after reading CMD first, so CMD must be read
first!
@@ -308,5 +308,5 @@ the voltage / clock programming out, I tried reading and only reading banks
resulted in a _permanent_ reprogramming of the voltages, luckily I had the
sensors part configured so that it would shutdown my system on any out of spec
voltages which proprably safed my computer (after a reboot I managed to
-immediatly enter the bios and reload the defaults). This probably means that
+immediately enter the bios and reload the defaults). This probably means that
the read/write cycle for the non sensor part is different from the sensor part.
2  Documentation/hwmon/abituguru3
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@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ This driver supports the hardware monitoring features of the third revision of
the Abit uGuru chip, found on recent Abit uGuru featuring motherboards.
The 3rd revision of the uGuru chip in reality is a Winbond W83L951G.
-Unfortunatly this doesn't help since the W83L951G is a generic microcontroller
+Unfortunately this doesn't help since the W83L951G is a generic microcontroller
with a custom Abit application running on it.
Despite Abit not releasing any information regarding the uGuru revision 3,
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@@ -150,11 +150,11 @@ The following attributes are supported. Limits are read-write; all other
attributes are read-only.
inX_input Measured voltage. From READ_VIN or READ_VOUT register.
-inX_min Minumum Voltage.
+inX_min Minimum Voltage.
From VIN_UV_WARN_LIMIT or VOUT_UV_WARN_LIMIT register.
inX_max Maximum voltage.
From VIN_OV_WARN_LIMIT or VOUT_OV_WARN_LIMIT register.
-inX_lcrit Critical minumum Voltage.
+inX_lcrit Critical minimum Voltage.
From VIN_UV_FAULT_LIMIT or VOUT_UV_FAULT_LIMIT register.
inX_crit Critical maximum voltage.
From VIN_OV_FAULT_LIMIT or VOUT_OV_FAULT_LIMIT register.
@@ -169,7 +169,7 @@ inX_label "vin", "vcap", or "voutY"
currX_input Measured current. From READ_IIN or READ_IOUT register.
currX_max Maximum current.
From IIN_OC_WARN_LIMIT or IOUT_OC_WARN_LIMIT register.
-currX_lcrit Critical minumum output current.
+currX_lcrit Critical minimum output current.
From IOUT_UC_FAULT_LIMIT register.
currX_crit Critical maximum current.
From IIN_OC_FAULT_LIMIT or IOUT_OC_FAULT_LIMIT register.
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@@ -579,7 +579,7 @@ channel should not be trusted.
fan[1-*]_fault
temp[1-*]_fault
Input fault condition
- 0: no fault occured
+ 0: no fault occurred
1: fault condition
RO
2  Documentation/hwmon/w83781d
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@@ -403,7 +403,7 @@ found out the following values do work as a form of coarse pwm:
0x80 - seems to turn fans off after some time(1-2 minutes)... might be
some form of auto-fan-control based on temp? hmm (Qfan? this mobo is an
-old ASUS, it isn't marketed as Qfan. Maybe some beta pre-attemp at Qfan
+old ASUS, it isn't marketed as Qfan. Maybe some beta pre-attempt at Qfan
that was dropped at the BIOS)
0x81 - off
0x82 - slightly "on-ner" than off, but my fans do not get to move. I can
2  Documentation/hwmon/w83791d
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@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@ The sysfs interface to the beep bitmask has migrated from the original legacy
method of a single sysfs beep_mask file to a newer method using multiple
*_beep files as described in .../Documentation/hwmon/sysfs-interface.
-A similar change has occured for the bitmap corresponding to the alarms. The
+A similar change has occurred for the bitmap corresponding to the alarms. The
original legacy method used a single sysfs alarms file containing a bitmap
of triggered alarms. The newer method uses multiple sysfs *_alarm files
(again following the pattern described in sysfs-interface).
2  Documentation/i2c/busses/i2c-parport-light
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@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Author: Jean Delvare <khali@linux-fr.org>
This driver is a light version of i2c-parport. It doesn't depend
on the parport driver, and uses direct I/O access instead. This might be
-prefered on embedded systems where wasting memory for the clean but heavy
+preferred on embedded systems where wasting memory for the clean but heavy
parport handling is not an option. The drawback is a reduced portability
and the impossibility to daisy-chain other parallel port devices.
2  Documentation/i2c/busses/i2c-sis96x
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@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ or perhaps this...
(kernel versions later than 2.4.18 may fill in the "Unknown"s)
-If you cant see it please look on quirk_sis_96x_smbus
+If you can't see it please look on quirk_sis_96x_smbus
(drivers/pci/quirks.c) (also if southbridge detection fails)
I suspect that this driver could be made to work for the following SiS
2  Documentation/i2c/busses/i2c-taos-evm
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@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ Currently supported devices are:
* TAOS TSL2550 EVM
-For addtional information on TAOS products, please see
+For additional information on TAOS products, please see
http://www.taosinc.com/
2  Documentation/i2o/README
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@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ Symbios Logic (Now LSI)
BoxHill Corporation
Loan of initial FibreChannel disk array used for development work.
-European Comission
+European Commission
Funding the work done by the University of Helsinki
SysKonnect
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@@ -177,7 +177,7 @@ static int scan_rom(char *path, char *file)
/*
* It's OK if the ROM is unreadable. Maybe there
- * is no ROM, or some other error ocurred. The
+ * is no ROM, or some other error occurred. The
* important thing is that no MCA happened.
*/
if (rc > 0)
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@@ -272,7 +272,7 @@ if you want to use gamecon.c.
Also, the connection is a bit more complex. You'll need a bunch of diodes,
and one pullup resistor. First, you connect the Directions and the button
-the same as for db9, however with the diodes inbetween.
+the same as for db9, however with the diodes between.
Diodes
(pin 2) -----|<|----> Up
2  Documentation/input/rotary-encoder.txt
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@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ c) Falling edge on channel A, channel B in high state
d) Falling edge on channel B, channel A in low state
Parking position. If the encoder enters this state, a full transition
- should have happend, unless it flipped back on half the way. The
+ should have happened, unless it flipped back on half the way. The
'armed' state tells us about that.
2. Platform requirements
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@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ pulse length:
24 bin+oct values + 1 bin value = 24*4+1 bits = 97 bits
-(Warning, pulses on ACK ar inverted by transistor, irq is rised up on sync
+(Warning, pulses on ACK are inverted by transistor, irq is raised up on sync
to bin change or octal value to bin change).
Binary data representations:
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@@ -53,5 +53,5 @@ implementation in an architecture: lockdep will detect that and will
turn itself off. I.e. the lock validator will still be reliable. There
should be no crashes due to irq-tracing bugs. (except if the assembly
changes break other code by modifying conditions or registers that
-shouldnt be)
+shouldn't be)
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@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ Functions capi_cmsg2message() and capi_message2cmsg() are provided to convert
messages between their transport encoding described in the CAPI 2.0 standard
and their _cmsg structure representation. Note that capi_cmsg2message() does
not know or check the size of its destination buffer. The caller must make
-sure it is big enough to accomodate the resulting CAPI message.
+sure it is big enough to accommodate the resulting CAPI message.
5. Lower Layer Interface Functions
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@@ -26,11 +26,11 @@ Additional options to the assembler (for built-in and modules).
AFLAGS_MODULE
--------------------------------------------------
-Addtional module specific options to use for $(AS).
+Additional module specific options to use for $(AS).
AFLAGS_KERNEL
--------------------------------------------------
-Addtional options for $(AS) when used for assembler
+Additional options for $(AS) when used for assembler
code for code that is compiled as built-in.
KCFLAGS
@@ -39,12 +39,12 @@ Additional options to the C compiler (for built-in and modules).
CFLAGS_KERNEL
--------------------------------------------------
-Addtional options for $(CC) when used to compile
+Additional options for $(CC) when used to compile
code that is compiled as built-in.
CFLAGS_MODULE
--------------------------------------------------
-Addtional module specific options to use for $(CC).
+Additional module specific options to use for $(CC).
LDFLAGS_MODULE
--------------------------------------------------
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@@ -699,7 +699,7 @@ bytes respectively. Such letter suffixes can also be entirely omitted.
ekgdboc= [X86,KGDB] Allow early kernel console debugging
ekgdboc=kbd
- This is desgined to be used in conjunction with
+ This is designed to be used in conjunction with
the boot argument: earlyprintk=vga
edd= [EDD]
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@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ The mmu code attempts to satisfy the following requirements:
and framebuffer-based displays
- footprint: keep the amount of pinned kernel memory low (most memory
should be shrinkable)
-- reliablity: avoid multipage or GFP_ATOMIC allocations
+- reliability: avoid multipage or GFP_ATOMIC allocations
Acronyms
========
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@@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ Patched instructions
====================
The "ld" and "std" instructions are transormed to "lwz" and "stw" instructions
-respectively on 32 bit systems with an added offset of 4 to accomodate for big
+respectively on 32 bit systems with an added offset of 4 to accommodate for big
endianness.
The following is a list of mapping the Linux kernel performs when running as
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@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ Mode 0: Single Timeout. This is a one-shot software timeout that counts down
when the gate is high (always true for timers 0 and 1). When the count
reaches zero, the output goes high.
-Mode 1: Triggered One-shot. The output is intially set high. When the gate
+Mode 1: Triggered One-shot. The output is initially set high. When the gate
line is set high, a countdown is initiated (which does not stop if the gate is
lowered), during which the output is set low. When the count reaches zero,
the output goes high.
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@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ each pad.
Links are represented by a struct media_link instance, defined in
include/media/media-entity.h. Each entity stores all links originating at or
-targetting any of its pads in a links array. A given link is thus stored
+targeting any of its pads in a links array. A given link is thus stored
twice, once in the source entity and once in the target entity. The array is
pre-allocated and grows dynamically as needed.
@@ -348,6 +348,6 @@ a streaming entity. Links that can be modified while streaming must be marked
with the MEDIA_LNK_FL_DYNAMIC flag.
If other operations need to be disallowed on streaming entities (such as
-changing entities configuration parameters) drivers can explictly check the
+changing entities configuration parameters) drivers can explicitly check the
media_entity stream_count field to find out if an entity is streaming. This
operation must be done with the media_device graph_mutex held.
4 Documentation/mips/AU1xxx_IDE.README
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@@ -39,13 +39,13 @@ Note: for more information, please refer "AMD Alchemy Au1200/Au1550 IDE
Interface and Linux Device Driver" Application Note.
-FILES, CONFIGS AND COMPATABILITY
+FILES, CONFIGS AND COMPATIBILITY
--------------------------------
Two files are introduced:
a) 'arch/mips/include/asm/mach-au1x00/au1xxx_ide.h'
- containes : struct _auide_hwif
+ contains : struct _auide_hwif
timing parameters for PIO mode 0/1/2/3/4
timing parameters for MWDMA 0/1/2
2  Documentation/misc-devices/ics932s401
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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ Supported chips:
* IDT ICS932S401
Prefix: 'ics932s401'
Addresses scanned: I2C 0x69
- Datasheet: Publically available at the IDT website
+ Datasheet: Publicly available at the IDT website
Author: Darrick J. Wong
2  Documentation/networking/3c359.txt
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@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ debugging messages on, that must be done by modified the source code.
Variable MTU size:
-The driver can handle a MTU size upto either 4500 or 18000 depending upon
+The driver can handle a MTU size up to either 4500 or 18000 depending upon
ring speed. The driver also changes the size of the receive buffers as part
of the mtu re-sizing, so if you set mtu = 18000, you will need to be able
to allocate 16 * (sk_buff with 18000 buffer size) call it 18500 bytes per ring
2  Documentation/networking/README.ipw2200
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@@ -256,7 +256,7 @@ You can set the debug level via:
Where $VALUE would be a number in the case of this sysfs entry. The
input to sysfs files does not have to be a number. For example, the
-firmware loader used by hotplug utilizes sysfs entries for transfering
+firmware loader used by hotplug utilizes sysfs entries for transferring
the firmware image from user space into the driver.
The Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Driver for Linux exposes sysfs entries
2  Documentation/networking/bonding.txt
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@@ -368,7 +368,7 @@ fail_over_mac
gratuitous ARP is lost, communication may be
disrupted.
- When this policy is used in conjuction with the mii
+ When this policy is used in conjunction with the mii
monitor, devices which assert link up prior to being
able to actually transmit and receive are particularly
susceptible to loss of the gratuitous ARP, and an
2  Documentation/networking/caif/Linux-CAIF.txt
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@@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ The CAIF Protocol implementation contains:
- CFMUX CAIF Mux layer. Handles multiplexing between multiple
physical bearers and multiple channels such as VEI, Datagram, etc.
The MUX keeps track of the existing CAIF Channels and
- Physical Instances and selects the apropriate instance based
+ Physical Instances and selects the appropriate instance based
on Channel-Id and Physical-ID.
- CFFRML CAIF Framing layer. Handles Framing i.e. Frame length
2  Documentation/networking/caif/spi_porting.txt
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@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ static int sspi_init_xfer(struct cfspi_xfer *xfer, struct cfspi_dev *dev)
void sspi_sig_xfer(bool xfer, struct cfspi_dev *dev)
{
/* If xfer is true then you should assert the SPI_INT to indicate to
- * the master that you are ready to recieve the data from the master
+ * the master that you are ready to receive the data from the master
* SPI. If xfer is false then you should de-assert SPI_INT to indicate
* that the transfer is done.
*/
2  Documentation/networking/can.txt
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@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ solution for a couple of reasons:
the user application using the common CAN filter mechanisms. Inside
this filter definition the (interested) type of errors may be
selected. The reception of error frames is disabled by default.
- The format of the CAN error frame is briefly decribed in the Linux
+ The format of the CAN error frame is briefly described in the Linux
header file "include/linux/can/error.h".
4. How to use Socket CAN
2  Documentation/networking/ieee802154.txt
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@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ The Linux-ZigBee project goal is to provide complete implementation
of IEEE 802.15.4 / ZigBee / 6LoWPAN protocols. IEEE 802.15.4 is a stack
of protocols for organizing Low-Rate Wireless Personal Area Networks.
-Currently only IEEE 802.15.4 layer is implemented. We have choosen
+Currently only IEEE 802.15.4 layer is implemented. We have chosen
to use plain Berkeley socket API, the generic Linux networking stack
to transfer IEEE 802.15.4 messages and a special protocol over genetlink
for configuration/management
2  Documentation/networking/olympic.txt
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@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ together.
Variable MTU size:
-The driver can handle a MTU size upto either 4500 or 18000 depending upon
+The driver can handle a MTU size up to either 4500 or 18000 depending upon
ring speed. The driver also changes the size of the receive buffers as part
of the mtu re-sizing, so if you set mtu = 18000, you will need to be able
to allocate 16 * (sk_buff with 18000 buffer size) call it 18500 bytes per ring
2  Documentation/networking/packet_mmap.txt
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@@ -223,7 +223,7 @@ we will get the following buffer structure:
A frame can be of any size with the only condition it can fit in a block. A block
can only hold an integer number of frames, or in other words, a frame cannot
-be spawned accross two blocks, so there are some details you have to take into
+be spawned across two blocks, so there are some details you have to take into
account when choosing the frame_size. See "Mapping and use of the circular
buffer (ring)".
4 Documentation/networking/s2io.txt
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@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ To associate an interface with a physical adapter use "ethtool -p <ethX>".
The corresponding adapter's LED will blink multiple times.
3. Features supported:
-a. Jumbo frames. Xframe I/II supports MTU upto 9600 bytes,
+a. Jumbo frames. Xframe I/II supports MTU up to 9600 bytes,
modifiable using ifconfig command.
b. Offloads. Supports checksum offload(TCP/UDP/IP) on transmit
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ significant performance improvement on certain platforms(SGI Altix,
IBM xSeries).
d. MSI/MSI-X. Can be enabled on platforms which support this feature
-(IA64, Xeon) resulting in noticeable performance improvement(upto 7%
+(IA64, Xeon) resulting in noticeable performance improvement(up to 7%
on certain platforms).
e. Statistics. Comprehensive MAC-level and software statistics displayed
4 Documentation/networking/tc-actions-env-rules.txt
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@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-The "enviromental" rules for authors of any new tc actions are:
+The "environmental" rules for authors of any new tc actions are:
1) If you stealeth or borroweth any packet thou shalt be branching
from the righteous path and thou shalt cloneth.
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ this way any action downstream can stomp on the packet.
3) Dropping packets you don't own is a no-no. You simply return
TC_ACT_SHOT to the caller and they will drop it.
-The "enviromental" rules for callers of actions (qdiscs etc) are:
+The "environmental" rules for callers of actions (qdiscs etc) are:
*) Thou art responsible for freeing anything returned as being
TC_ACT_SHOT/STOLEN/QUEUED. If none of TC_ACT_SHOT/STOLEN/QUEUED is
2  Documentation/power/devices.txt
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@@ -367,7 +367,7 @@ Drivers need to be able to handle hardware which has been reset since the
suspend methods were called, for example by complete reinitialization.
This may be the hardest part, and the one most protected by NDA'd documents
and chip errata. It's simplest if the hardware state hasn't changed since
-the suspend was carried out, but that can't be guaranteed (in fact, it ususally
+the suspend was carried out, but that can't be guaranteed (in fact, it usually
is not the case).
Drivers must also be prepared to notice that the device has been removed
4 Documentation/power/notifiers.txt
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@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ PM_HIBERNATION_PREPARE The system is going to hibernate or suspend, tasks will
be frozen immediately.
PM_POST_HIBERNATION The system memory state has been restored from a
- hibernation image or an error occured during the
+ hibernation image or an error occurred during the
hibernation. Device drivers' .resume() callbacks have
been executed and tasks have been thawed.
@@ -38,7 +38,7 @@ PM_POST_RESTORE An error occurred during the hibernation restore.
PM_SUSPEND_PREPARE The system is preparing for a suspend.
-PM_POST_SUSPEND The system has just resumed or an error occured during
+PM_POST_SUSPEND The system has just resumed or an error occurred during
the suspend. Device drivers' .resume() callbacks have
been executed and tasks have been thawed.
2  Documentation/power/opp.txt
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@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ opp_find_freq_ceil - Search for an available OPP which is *at least* the
if (!IS_ERR(opp))
soc_switch_to_freq_voltage(freq);
else
- /* do something when we cant satisfy the req */
+ /* do something when we can't satisfy the req */
/* do other stuff */
}
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@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@ Q: There don't seem to be any generally useful behavioral
distinctions between SUSPEND and FREEZE.
A: Doing SUSPEND when you are asked to do FREEZE is always correct,
-but it may be unneccessarily slow. If you want your driver to stay simple,
+but it may be unnecessarily slow. If you want your driver to stay simple,
slowness may not matter to you. It can always be fixed later.
For devices like disk it does matter, you do not want to spindown for
@@ -237,7 +237,7 @@ disk. Whole sequence goes like
running system, user asks for suspend-to-disk
- user processes are stopped (in common case there are none, but with resume-from-initrd, noone knows)
+ user processes are stopped (in common case there are none, but with resume-from-initrd, no one knows)
read image from disk
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@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ SNAPSHOT_S2RAM - suspend to RAM; using this call causes the kernel to
The device's read() operation can be used to transfer the snapshot image from
the kernel. It has the following limitations:
- you cannot read() more than one virtual memory page at a time
-- read()s accross page boundaries are impossible (ie. if ypu read() 1/2 of
+- read()s across page boundaries are impossible (ie. if ypu read() 1/2 of
a page in the previous call, you will only be able to read()
_at_ _most_ 1/2 of the page in the next call)
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ mechanism and the userland utilities using the interface SHOULD use additional
means, such as checksums, to ensure the integrity of the snapshot image.
The suspending and resuming utilities MUST lock themselves in memory,
-preferrably using mlockall(), before calling SNAPSHOT_FREEZE.
+preferably using mlockall(), before calling SNAPSHOT_FREEZE.
The suspending utility MUST check the value stored by SNAPSHOT_CREATE_IMAGE
in the memory location pointed to by the last argument of ioctl() and proceed
@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ in accordance with it:
(a) The suspending utility MUST NOT close the snapshot device
_unless_ the whole suspend procedure is to be cancelled, in
which case, if the snapshot image has already been saved, the
- suspending utility SHOULD destroy it, preferrably by zapping
+ suspending utility SHOULD destroy it, preferably by zapping
its header. If the suspend is not to be cancelled, the
system MUST be powered off or rebooted after the snapshot
image has been saved.
2  Documentation/powerpc/hvcs.txt
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@@ -528,7 +528,7 @@ this driver assignment of hotplug added vty-servers may be in a different
order than how they would be exposed on module load. Rebooting or
reloading the module after dynamic addition may result in the /dev/hvcs*
and vty-server coupling changing if a vty-server adapter was added in a
-slot inbetween two other vty-server adapters. Refer to the section above
+slot between two other vty-server adapters. Refer to the section above
on how to determine which vty-server goes with which /dev/hvcs* node.
Hint; look at the sysfs "index" attribute for the vty-server.
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@@ -352,7 +352,7 @@ Changes from 20041229 to 20050110
lpfc_scsiport.c
* In remote port changes: no longer nulling target->pnode when
removing from mapped list. Pnode get nulled when the node is
- freed (after nodev tmo). This bug was causing i/o recieved in
+ freed (after nodev tmo). This bug was causing i/o received in
the small window while the device was blocked to be errored w/
did_no_connect. With the fix, it returns host_busy
(per the pre-remote port changes).
@@ -530,7 +530,7 @@ Changes from 20041018 to 20041123
coherent mappings. Note: There are more consistent mappings
that are using pci_dma_sync calls. Probably these should be
removed as well.
- * Modified lpfc_free_scsi_buf to accomodate all three scsi_buf
+ * Modified lpfc_free_scsi_buf to accommodate all three scsi_buf
free types to alleviate miscellaneous panics with cable pull
testing.
* Set hotplug to default 0 and lpfc_target_remove to not remove
@@ -583,7 +583,7 @@ Changes from 20041018 to 20041123
included more than once.
* Replaced "set_current_state(TASK_UNINTERRUPTIBLE);
schedule_timeout(timeout)" with "msleep(timeout)".
- * Fixnode was loosing starget when rediscovered. We saw messages
+ * Fixnode was losing starget when rediscovered. We saw messages
like: lpfc 0000:04:02.0: 0:0263 Cannot block scsi target as a
result. Moved starget field into struct lpfc_target which is
referenced from the node.
@@ -604,7 +604,7 @@ Changes from 20041018 to 20041123
* Make 3 functions static: lpfc_get_hba_sym_node_name,
lpfc_intr_prep and lpfc_setup_slim_access. Move lpfc_intr_prep
and lpfc_setup_slim_access so they're defined before being used.
- * Remove an unecessary list_del() in lpfc_hbadisc.c.
+ * Remove an unnecessary list_del() in lpfc_hbadisc.c.
* Set nlp_state before calling lpfc_nlp_list() since this will
potentially call fc_target_unblock which may cause a race in
queuecommand by releasing host_lock.
@@ -753,7 +753,7 @@ Changes from 20040908 to 20040920
* Changed version number to 8.0.12
* Removed used #defines: DEFAULT_PCI_LATENCY_CLOCKS and
PCI_LATENCY_VALUE from lpfc_hw.h.
- * Changes to accomodate rnid.
+ * Changes to accommodate rnid.
* Fix RSCN handling so RSCN NS queries only effect NPorts found in
RSCN data.
* If we rcv a plogi on a NPort queued up for discovery, clear the
@@ -813,7 +813,7 @@ Changes from 20040908 to 20040920
counter instead, brd_no isn't reused anymore. Also some tiny
whitespace cleanups in surrounding code.
* Reorder functions in lpfc_els.c to remove need for prototypes.
- * Removed unsed prototypes from lpfc_crtn.h -
+ * Removed unused prototypes from lpfc_crtn.h -
lpfc_ip_timeout_handler, lpfc_read_pci and lpfc_revoke.
* Removed some unused prototypes from lpfc_crtn.h -
lpfc_scsi_hba_reset, lpfc_scsi_issue_inqsn,
@@ -863,7 +863,7 @@ Changes from 20040823 to 20040908
* Minimal support for SCSI flat space addressing/volume set
addressing. Use 16 bits of LUN address so that flat
addressing/VSA will work.
- * Changed 2 occurences of if( 1 != f(x)) to if(f(x) != 1)
+ * Changed 2 occurrences of if( 1 != f(x)) to if(f(x) != 1)
* Drop include of lpfc_cfgparm.h.
* Reduce stack usage of lpfc_fdmi_cmd in lpfc_ct.c.
* Add minimum range checking property to /sys write/store
@@ -1449,7 +1449,7 @@ Changes from 20040402 to 20040409
* Removed lpfc_els_chk_latt from the lpfc_config_post function.
lpfc_els_chk_latt will enable the link event interrupts when
flogi is pending which causes two discovery state machines
- running parallely.
+ running parallelly.
* Add pci_disable_device to unload path.
* Move lpfc_sleep_event from lpfc_fcp.c to lpfc_util_ioctl.c
* Call dma_map_single() & pci_map_single() directly instead of via
@@ -1590,7 +1590,7 @@ Changes from 20040326 to 20040402
ELX_WRITE_HS ELX_WRITE_HA ELX_WRITE_CA ELX_READ_HC
ELX_READ_HS ELX_READ_HA ELX_READ_CA ELX_READ_MB ELX_RESET
ELX_READ_HBA ELX_INSTANCE ELX_LIP. Also introduced
- attribute "set" to be used in conjuction with the above
+ attribute "set" to be used in conjunction with the above
attributes.
* Removed DLINK, enque and deque declarations now that clock
doesn't use them anymore
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