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* doc: escape minus sign in manpagesJan Engelhardt2009-01-121-3/+3
| | | | | | | groff formats '-' as a hyphen, and '\-' is needed for a minus. Signed-off-by: Jan Engelhardt <> Signed-off-by: Patrick McHardy <>
* manpages: consistent syntaxPatrick McHardy2008-06-021-1/+1
| | | | | | | | | | In the manpages, bold is used to denote characters the user has to enter verbatim, italic denotes placeholders and non-highlighted pieces are used as a structure: "[]" specifying an optional part, "{}" a mandatory part, with "|" used for alternations. The "!" for negation is better supported before the option than after it, too. The patch makes a few files consistent with this style already used in manpages.
* Fixes man page for tcp, udp, icmp{,6}. They are not loaded when only '-p' isYasuyuki KOZAKAI2007-02-131-1/+1
| | | | specified, but loaded when extra options are specified, too.
* fix loading shared library of ICMPv6 match.Yasuyuki KOZAKAI2006-04-151-0/+14
The current ip6tables tries to load when user types 'ip6tables -p icmpv6 ...' or 'ip6tables ... -m icmpv6' ...', and it fails. This patch renames libip6t_icmpv6.c to libip6t_icmp6.c so that ip6tables can load it. Now kernel module and user library has same name 'icmp6'. It can reduce confusion about name mismatch. That's why I renamed it instead of reverting change in find_match() which brought this bug. This patch keeps compatibiity and we can use '-p icmpv6', '-p ipv6-icmpv6', '-m icmpv6', '-m ipv6-icmpv6', and '-m icmp6', as ever.