Module Name: src Committed By: sevan Date: Sun Sep 1 12:50:22 UTC 2019
Modified Files: src/share/man/man1/man1.atari: edahdi.1 Log Message: grammar address warnings from mandoc -Tlint while here. To generate a diff of this commit: cvs rdiff -u -r1.11 -r1.12 src/share/man/man1/man1.atari/edahdi.1 Please note that diffs are not public domain; they are subject to the copyright notices on the relevant files.
Modified files: Index: src/share/man/man1/man1.atari/edahdi.1 diff -u src/share/man/man1/man1.atari/edahdi.1:1.11 src/share/man/man1/man1.atari/edahdi.1:1.12 --- src/share/man/man1/man1.atari/edahdi.1:1.11 Tue Oct 20 19:10:10 2009 +++ src/share/man/man1/man1.atari/edahdi.1 Sun Sep 1 12:50:22 2019 @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -.\" $NetBSD: edahdi.1,v 1.11 2009/10/20 19:10:10 snj Exp $ +.\" $NetBSD: edahdi.1,v 1.12 2019/09/01 12:50:22 sevan Exp $ .\" .\" Copyright (c) 1996 Leo Weppelman .\" All rights reserved. @@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ .\" (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF .\" THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. .\" -.Dd May 16, 1996 +.Dd September 1, 2019 .Dt EDAHDI 1 atari .Os .Sh NAME @@ -35,16 +35,16 @@ .Sh DESCRIPTION .Nm allows you to modify the partition identifiers on a disk partitioned with -AHDI or an AHDI compatible formatter. An AHDI partition format is usually -only present on disks shared between +AHDI or an AHDI compatible formatter. +An AHDI partition format is usually only present on disks shared between .Nx -and some other OS. The partition identifiers are used by +and some other OS. +The partition identifiers are used by .Nx as a guideline to emulate a disklabel on such a disk. .Pp .Nm supports the following options: -.Pp .Bl -tag -width device .It Ar device The name of the raw device you want to edit. @@ -52,13 +52,12 @@ The name of the raw device you want to e .Pp The following partition identifiers are recognized by .Nx : -.Pp .Bl -tag -width "GEM or BGM" -compact .It NBD Partition is reserved for .Nx . -This can be either a root or an user partition. The first NBD -partition on a disk will be mapped to partition +This can be either a root or an user partition. +The first NBD partition on a disk will be mapped to partition .Em a in .Nx . @@ -72,7 +71,8 @@ The first SWP partition is mapped to par .It GEM or BGM These partitions are mapped from .Em d -up. The filesystem type is msdos. +up. +The filesystem type is msdos. .It NBR .Nx root partition (deprecated). @@ -84,8 +84,7 @@ user partition (deprecated). swap partition (deprecated). .El .Sh EXAMPLES -Say, you have a disk with that is partitioned like: -.Pp +Say, you have a disk that is partitioned like: .Bl -column Number Id .It Sy "Number" Ta Sy "Id" .It 1 Ta GEM @@ -97,7 +96,6 @@ Say, you have a disk with that is partit This partitioning will show up in .Nx as (Number refers to the first table): -.Pp .Bl -column "c (whole disk)" "Fstype" "Number" .It Sy Partition Ta Sy Fstype Ta Sy Number .It c (whole disk) Ta unused Ta "" @@ -107,10 +105,10 @@ as (Number refers to the first table): .It g (user part) Ta MSDOS Ta 4 .El .Pp -Now you decide to change the id of partition 2 and 3 to NBD. Now +Now you decide to change the id of partition 2 and 3 to NBD. +Now .Nx will show the partitioning as (Number refers to the first table): -.Pp .Bl -column "c (whole disk)" "Fstype" "Number" .It Sy Partition Ta Sy Fstype Ta Sy Number .It a (root) Ta 4.2BSD Ta 2 @@ -121,7 +119,8 @@ will show the partitioning as (Number re .El .Pp You will notice that the order of the partitions has changed! You will have -to watchout for this. It is a consequence of +to watchout for this. +It is a consequence of .Nx habit of assigning a predefined meaning to the partitions .Em a/b @@ -138,10 +137,11 @@ command first appeared in .Sh BUGS The changes made to the AHDI partitions will become active on the next .Em first open -of the device. You are advised to use +of the device. +You are advised to use .Nm -only on a device without any mounted or otherwise active partitions. This -is not enforced by +only on a device without any mounted or otherwise active partitions. +This is not enforced by .Nm . This is particularly confusing when your change caused partitions to shift, as shown in the example above.