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has caused the Debian Bug report #461746,
regarding vls manpage is sub-par
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Package: vls
Version: 0.5.4+cvs20031028-6
Severity: normal

Hello Sam,

the vls manpage is insufficient:

It should be vls.


       vls does not accept any  arguments.  However,  it  will  look  for  its
       vls.cfg  configuration file in the current directory when launched, or,
       when not found, in /etc/videolan/vls/.

vls --help tell a different story:
VideoLAN Server 0.5.4+cvs20031028 (May 14 2006) - (c) 1999-2003 VideoLAN

 vls [options] target

   -v             --verbose      verbosity (v, vv, vvv)
   -h             --help         display this help
   -d <ip[:port]> --destination  ip and port destination
   -f <file>      --file <file>  configuration file
   -t <number>    --ttl <number> ttl value
   -l             --loop         looping at end of program
                  --log <file>   log to <file>

Furthermore the format of vls.cfg is not documented nor a pointer
to the documentation is provided.

Bill. <>

Imagine a large red swirl here. 

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Version: 0.5.4+cvs20031028-9+rm

Package removed from Debian unstable:

Sandro Tosi (aka morph, morpheus, matrixhasu)
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