[yum-commits] Branch 'yum-3_2_X' - docs/yum.conf.5
james at osuosl.org
Sun Sep 28 00:52:19 UTC 2008
Author: Jeff Seltren <jeff at osuosl.org>
Date: Sat Sep 27 20:51:58 2008 -0400
Fix typos in man pages, bug 447588
diff --git a/docs/yum.conf.5 b/docs/yum.conf.5
index 415f84b..183944b 100644
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ runs. The default is `/var/lib/yum'.
Either `1' or `0'. Determines whether or not yum keeps the cache
-of headers and packages after succesful installation. Default is '1'
+of headers and packages after successful installation. Default is '1'
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ are causing problems from the transaction.
Either `1' or `0'. Determines whether or not yum prompts for confirmation of
critical actions. Default is `0' (do prompt).
-Commmand-line option: \fB\-y\fP
+Command-line option: \fB\-y\fP
Either `1' or `0'. Without this option, yum will not prompt for confirmation
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ command line with regard to packages. For example: if you request to install
foo, bar and baz and baz is installed; yum won't error out complaining that baz
is already installed. Default to `0' (not tolerant).
-Commmand-line option: \fB\-t\fP
+Command-line option: \fB\-t\fP
List of packages to exclude from updates or installs. This should be a space
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ This option only has affect during an \fBupdate\fR. It enables yum's
obsoletes processing logic. Useful when doing distribution level upgrades. See
also the yum \fBupgrade\fR command documentation for more details (yum(8)).
-Commmand-line option: \fB\-\-obsoletes\fP
+Command-line option: \fB\-\-obsoletes\fP
.IP \fBoverwrite_groups \fR
Either `0' or `1'. Used to determine yum's behaviour if two or more
@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ Default is: default, mandatory
Specifies an alternative installroot, relative to which all packages will be
-Commmand-line option: \fB\-\-installroot\fP
+Command-line option: \fB\-\-installroot\fP
The package used by yum to determine the "version" of the distribution. This
@@ -255,7 +255,7 @@ current metadata downloaded is less than this many seconds old then yum will
not update the metadata against the repository. If you find that
yum is not downloading information on updates as often as you would like
lower the value of this option. You can also change from the default of using
-seconds to using days, hours or minutes by appending a d, h or m respectivley.
+seconds to using days, hours or minutes by appending a d, h or m respectively.
The default is 1.5 hours, to compliment yum-updatesd running once an hour.
It's also possible to use the word "never", meaning that the metadata will
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