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PRs for manpage 'rtadvd(8)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'rtadvd(8)' as of Fri May 30 07:39:13 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'rtadvd(8)':
o2014/04/12bin/188510[patch] rtadvd(8): "rtadvctl show" crashes on BeagleBone Black due to unaligned access
o2014/03/24bin/187899rtadvd(8) fills syslog with unneeded error messages
o2013/07/24bin/180818[patch] rtadvd(8): rtadvd generates warnings when using in dhcp-pd enviroment
o2012/11/28bin/173969rtadvd(8): sendd does not work
o2012/03/06bin/165783hrsrtadvd(8) eats 100% cpu
o2010/12/08bin/152928hrs[patch] rtadvd(8) don't send RA on i/f that's down
f2010/11/21bin/152458hrsrtadvd(8) needs to allow RA without a prefix info option
7 problems total.


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