Commit ef33bc7f authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

Spelling and grammar fixes

parent 9c3dbabe
......@@ -883,8 +883,8 @@ This method works only for unified file names, see @ref{Issues}.
@cindex smb method
This is another non-native @value{tramp} method. @command{smbclient}
connects to any host with SMB/CIFS protocol, such as MS Windows and
Samba Servers running on Unixes. Tests show this @value{tramp} method
connects to any server supporting the SMB/CIFS protocol, such as MS Windows and
Samba running on GNU/Linux. Tests show this @value{tramp} method
works with MS Windows NT, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows XP, MS Windows
Vista, and MS Windows 7.
......@@ -973,13 +973,13 @@ name when a single Android device is connected to @command{adb}.
name. @command{adb devices} shows available host names.
@option{adb} method normally does not need user name to authenticate
on the Andriod device because it runs under the @command{adbd}
on the Android device because it runs under the @command{adbd}
process. But when a user name is specified, however, @value{tramp}
applies an @command{su} in the syntax. When authentication does not
succeed, especially on un-rooted Android devices, @value{tramp}
displays login errors.
For Andriod devices connected through TCP/IP, a port number can be
For Android devices connected through TCP/IP, a port number can be
specified using @file{device#42} host name syntax or @value{tramp} can
use the default value as declared in @command{adb} command. Port
numbers are not applicable to Android devices connected through USB@.
......@@ -1965,7 +1965,7 @@ where @samp{192.168.0.1} is the remote host IP address
@value{tramp} uses the @option{adb} method to access Android
devices. Android devices provide a restricted shell access through an
USB connection. The local host must have Andriod SDK installed.
USB connection. The local host must have the Android SDK installed.
Applications such as @code{SSHDroid} that run @command{sshd} process
on the Android device can accept any @option{ssh}-based methods
......@@ -2088,7 +2088,7 @@ To ``turns off'' the backup feature for @value{tramp} files and stop
@ifset emacs
@noindent
Disabling backups can be targetted to just @option{su} and
Disabling backups can be targeted to just the @option{su} and
@option{sudo} methods:
@lisp
......@@ -2173,7 +2173,7 @@ direct all auto saves to that location.
@end ifset
@ifset xemacs
@code{auto-save-directory} can also be used here instead of other
locations specfied above.
locations specified above.
@end ifset
@node Windows setup hints
......@@ -2187,7 +2187,7 @@ This section is incomplete. Please share your solutions.
Cygwin's @command{ssh} works only with a Cygwin version of
@value{emacsname}. To check for compatibility: type @kbd{M-x eshell}, and
start @kbd{ssh test.host}. Incompatbilities trigger this message:
start @kbd{ssh test.host}. Incompatibilities trigger this message:
@example
Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
......@@ -2242,7 +2242,7 @@ authentication, host names, and file names.
Unlike opening local files in @value{emacsname}, which are
instantaneous, opening remote files in @value{tramp} is slower at
first. Sometimes there is a noticable delay before the prompts for
first. Sometimes there is a noticeable delay before the prompts for
passwords or authentication appear in the minibuffer. Hitting
@kbd{@key{RET}} or other keys during this gap will be processed by
@value{emacsname}. This type-ahead facility is a feature of
......@@ -2322,7 +2322,7 @@ This is done by replacing the initial @file{@value{prefix}} with
@file{@value{prefix}@var{method}@value{postfixhop}} (Note the trailing
slash!).
@end ifset
The syntax specificaton for user, host, and file do not change.
The syntax specifications for user, host, and file do not change.
To connect to the host @code{melancholia} as @code{daniel}, using
@option{ssh} method for @file{.emacs} in @code{daniel}'s home
......@@ -2400,8 +2400,8 @@ persistently (@pxref{Connection caching}) will be included in the
completion lists.
After remote host name completion comes completion of file names on
the remote host. It works the same as on loal host file completion
except when killing with double-slash @file{//} kills only the file
the remote host. It works the same as with local host file completion,
except that killing with double-slash @file{//} kills only the file
name part of the @value{tramp} file name syntax.
@ifset emacs
A triple-slash stands for the default behavior.
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......@@ -5110,7 +5110,7 @@
* PROBLEMS: More reorganization to exile old stuff to the
pre-2000 section. I looked up end-of-life dates for a bunch
of old Unixes to check.
of old Unix systems to check.
2004-08-24 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
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