Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 129760
typo in up2date man page
Last modified: 2013-02-26 19:49:43 EST
The up2date(8) man page contains a grammatical error, and a formatting
requested. It also needs read/write access to the up2date
in /etc/sysconfig/rhn/systemid , and itâs configuration in
drop the apostrophe in "it's", that form of the word is only used for
the contraction of "it is".
Also, check the format of the page... When rendered on my system, the
right margin grows throughout the entire man page... indenting at the
same time as the left margin but never returning to the previous size.
As a result, the text occupies only the left half of the display at
Created attachment 102652 [details]
output from `man up2date`
demonstrates formatting problem in up2date man page.
"it's" fixed, but I can duplicate the formatting issue
any weird locale or other issues?
I see it on my RHEL 3 AS u3 system. Installed in English, defaulting
to English, but with support for all languages also installed.
`rpm -V glibc-common` shows no problems.
contents of /etc/sysconfig/i18n:
also, I see the following in my user's environment:
what else might be useful?