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Little typos in LaTeX documentation

From: Pierre THIERRY
Subject: Little typos in LaTeX documentation
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 17:41:56 +0200
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As I'm reading the doc in the hurd-l4 CVS, I correct some typos when I
see them:

Index: vmm.tex
RCS file: /cvsroot/hurd/hurd-l4/doc/vmm.tex,v
retrieving revision 1.12
diff -u -r1.12 vmm.tex
--- vmm.tex     30 Oct 2003 02:18:07 -0000      1.12
+++ vmm.tex     1 Apr 2005 15:09:15 -0000
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@
 fault statistics and access pattern detection for its page eviction
-Based on this observation, it is imperitive that the page eviction
+Based on this observation, it is imperative that the page eviction
 scheme have good knowledge about how pages are being used as it only
 requires a few bad decisions to destroy performance.  Thus, a new
 design can either choose to return to the monolithic design and add
@@ -218,7 +218,7 @@
 which frames can be remanufactured (e.g. reread from disk or
 recalculated) and internally promote them to guaranteed frames when
 the frame becomes dirty being careful to never have less than $E$
-clean frames in the task.  Given these semantics, guanteed frames
+clean frames in the task.  Given these semantics, guaranteed frames
 should not be thought of as wired (e.g. \function{mlock}ed in the
 POSIX sense)---although they can have this property---but as frames
 which the task itself must multiplex.  Thus the idea of self-paged
@@ -318,7 +318,7 @@
 exchanged between tasks: all services are provided by the kernel, a
 trusted entity which is able to directly access tasks' address space.
 In a multiserver system, most data acquisitions come from user space
-servers.  As such, powerful primatives for moving memory around is an
+servers.  As such, powerful primitives for moving memory around is an
 absolute necessity: physical copying must be kept to an absolute
 minimum and there must be a way to use and preserve copy on write

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