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PRs for manpage 'vidcontrol(1)'

This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'vidcontrol(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:39:57 2014 UTC. See notes.

PRs for manpage 'vidcontrol(1)':
o2012/11/09kern/173499[panic] Reboot at setting of videomode by the utility vidcontrol(1)
o2012/10/27bin/173144vidcontrol(1) options parsing problem
o2011/07/13kern/158874[vesa] I cannot change tty screen with vidcontrol(1) (Blackscreen) [regression]
o2011/05/13bin/157017vidcontrol(1): "vidcontrol -r" no longer works [regression]
o2008/01/09bin/119483[patch] vidcontrol(1) misses latest VESA mode (off-by-one bug)
o2007/10/21kern/117374vidcontrol(1) videomode: Operation not supported by device
o2001/05/12bin/27281vidcontrol(1) does not have error codes
7 problems total.


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