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This has been fixed in net-tools 1.60+git20150829.73cef8a-2ubuntu1 in
Ubuntu Yakkety, and this section now says "privilege". If you would like
a fix for this in 16.04, please review

** Changed in: net-tools (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Fix Released

** Tags added: xenial

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  arp(8) misspelling "priveledge"

Status in net-tools package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released

Bug description:
  $ man arp


         arp with no mode specifier will print the current content of the 
table. It is possible to limit the number of
         entries printed, by specifying an hardware address type, interface 
name or host address.

         arp -d address will delete a ARP table entry. Root or netadmin 
priveledge is required to do this.  The  entry
         is  found  by  IP address. If a hostname is given, it will be resolved 
before looking up the entry in the ARP

  "priveledge" should be "privilege".

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