On Sat, Oct 15, 2016 at 04:59:55PM -0700, Claus Assmann wrote:
> Not sure whether this is useful, but here it goes:
> typo: "chosen"
> consistency: 'z' instead of 's' (seems to be used in the rest too)
> cosmetics: space at end of line.
i've committed the spelling fixes and whitespace fixes. but i could not
quite bring myself to use the letter `z' in this way, so i've left it. i
don;t feel there's such a consistency issue, but i guess someone else
might want to pick up on it.
> Index: m4.common
> RCS file: /home/ca/OpenBSD/cvs/src/distrib/notes/m4.common,v
> retrieving revision 1.121
> diff -u -r1.121 m4.common
> --- m4.common 28 Jul 2016 17:19:24 -0000 1.121
> +++ m4.common 15 Oct 2016 23:51:54 -0000
> @@ -288,7 +288,7 @@
> the hardware that was detected and supported by OpenBSD.
> dnl dot.profile
> - After the kernel is done initialising, you will be asked whether
> + After the kernel is done initializing, you will be asked whether
> you wish to do an "(I)nstall", "(U)pgrade" or an "(A)utoinstall".
> Enter 'I' for a fresh install or 'U' to upgrade an existing
> installation. Enter 'A' to start an unattended installation
> @@ -743,10 +743,10 @@
> Preparing an unattended installation of OpenBSD:
> -If '(A)utoinstall' is choosen at the install prompt or if the
> +If '(A)utoinstall' is chosen at the install prompt or if the
> installation system detects that it booted from the network, and
> isn't interrupted within 5 seconds, it attempts a fully-automatic
> The installer runs dhclient(8) on the network interface the system
> booted from, or in case of multiple interfaces it will ask which one
> @@ -824,7 +824,7 @@
> When prompted, select the (U)pgrade option rather than the (I)nstall
> option at the prompt in the install process.
> -You will be presented with a welcome message, and depending on how you are
> +You will be presented with a welcome message, and depending on how you are
> connected to the system, you will be asked to set the terminal type or to
> choose a keyboard layout.