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PRs for manpage 'camcontrol(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'camcontrol(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:36:26 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'camcontrol(8)':
o2014/03/24bin/187900camcontrol(8): ATA secure erase always fails with timeout
o2012/07/30bin/170288camcontrol(8) inquiry command does not provide information for ata(4) harddisks
o2010/02/04kern/143564[mly] camcontrol(8) fails to show transfer speed in mly but it used to do so [regression]
o2007/11/15bin/118069[patch] camcontrol(8) should be able to leave device specific data alone when editing mode pages
f2006/01/17usb/91896usbcamcontrol(8): Serial Number of USB Memory Sticks is not passed through to "camcontrol inquiry" command
5 problems total.


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