Package: ext4magic / 0.3.2-7

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Description: fix some spelling errors in manpages.
Author: Giovani Augusto Ferreira <giovani@riseup.net>
Last-Update: 2016-09-24
Index: ext4magic-0.3.2/src/ext4magic.8
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--- ext4magic-0.3.2.orig/src/ext4magic.8
+++ ext4magic-0.3.2/src/ext4magic.8
@@ -18,13 +18,13 @@ filesystem Journal. ext4magic can extrac
 Journal, and can restore files in entire directory trees, provided that
 the information in the Journal are sufficient. This tool can recover
 the most file types, can recover large and sparse files, 
-recovered files with orginal filename, with the orginal owner an
-group, the orginal file mode bits, and also the old atime/mtime stamp.
+recovered files with original filename, with the original owner an
+group, the original file mode bits, and also the old atime/mtime stamp.
 
 The filesystem Journal has a very different purpose, and it will not
 be possible to recover any file at any time. Many factors affects which data and how
 long the data store in the Journal. Read the ext4magic documentation for more
-extensive information about the filesytem Journal.
+extensive information about the filesystem Journal.
 
 
 
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ With the option
 it print a copy of the filesystem data block with this transaction number from the Journal.
 
 .B
-# ext4magic /dir/filesytem.iso \-B 97 \-t 22
+# ext4magic /dir/filesystem.iso \-B 97 \-t 22
 
 print a hexdump of the copy from filesystem block number 97, which has been writing to the Journal with the transaction number 22. All copies of a particular data block in the Journal and the associated transaction numbers you can find with the optional Option
 .B
@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ n
 is the Inode number. Without any other option, the output is the content of the real filesystem Inode. With a optional 
 .B
 \-x 
-additional output of a list of all data blocks addressed by this Inode. If Inode is a directory Inode, the content of the directory entrys also printed. 
+additional output of a list of all data blocks addressed by this Inode. If Inode is a directory Inode, the content of the directory entries also printed. 
 
 
 Together with one of the following option
@@ -239,7 +239,7 @@ Expert Options:
 by configure. This makes it possible to open and recover front corrupted file systems. 
 In the current version it is possible to address backup superblocks 
 and the attempt to recover of the Journal address from the data of the super block, and recover all undamaged files
-after the filesytem was partially damaged or overwritten. 
+after the filesystem was partially damaged or overwritten. 
 
 .TP
 .B
@@ -391,7 +391,7 @@ optional you can select a external copy
 select the output directory. There, the recovered files were written. If it does not exist, it is created. By default, created files are written to the subdirectory "
 .B
 RECOVERDIR
-" in the workpath of the actual shell. This output directory can not be on the same filesystem to be tested filesytem, and should have sufficient space to write the recovered files. The filesystem on this directory should be also ext3/4, otherwise, not LINUX like filesytems generate some errors while writing the file properties.
+" in the workpath of the actual shell. This output directory can not be on the same filesystem to be tested filesystem, and should have sufficient space to write the recovered files. The filesystem on this directory should be also ext3/4, otherwise, not LINUX like filesystems generate some errors while writing the file properties.
 Either you must first changed with the shell in such a suitable filesystem, or you must specify the
 .B
 \-d 
@@ -510,7 +510,7 @@ recovers directory tree, is the same as
 
 But two very important differences: 
 Recover of all matched Inodes, even if the blocks allocated, 
-and recover if possible the old directory properties. Also empty dirctories will be restored. 
+and recover if possible the old directory properties. Also empty directories will be restored. 
 This recovers all deleted and all undeleted files, and it's possible to recover older file versions or directory versions.
 
 In completely deleted directories the behavior "