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Bug#694624: freezes under lying (root) - patch

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Subject: Bug#694624: freezes under lying (root) - patch
From: Pat Emblen <talcom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2012 15:56:47 +1100
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A patch for the man page is (hopefully) attached. I'll warn you that this is the first time I've edited a man page or generated a patch, so it could be wrong / incomplete. By the way, I think you may have misinterpreted my tone in previous comments, I was trying to make a strong case for the program working in the way I expected it to from reading the man page, not trying to tell you how it should work in general. Having said that I still personally consider a 'safety catch' on the root filesystem would be a good idea.

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