A line beginning with ' or . in a groff file has a special meaning and cannot be used for literal text. Instead the interpreter will try to execute it and fail doing so. A zero-width space or reformatting the paragraph can be used as simple workaround.
This problem was detected using: LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 MANROFFSEQ='' MANWIDTH=80 man --warnings -E UTF-8 -l -Tutf8 -Z man/batctl.8
Signed-off-by: Pau Koning firstname.lastname@example.org Signed-off-by: Marek Lindner email@example.com --- man/batctl.8 | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
diff --git a/man/batctl.8 b/man/batctl.8 index 62e9de2..618fc8d 100644 --- a/man/batctl.8 +++ b/man/batctl.8 @@ -101,7 +101,7 @@ replace the MAC addresses with bat-host names in the output. .IP "\fBgw_mode|gw\fP [\fBoff\fP|\fBclient\fP|\fBserver\fP] [\fBsel_class|bandwidth\fP]\fP" If no parameter is given the current gateway mode is displayed otherwise the parameter is used to set the gateway mode. The second (optional) argument specifies the selection class (if 'client' was the first argument) or the gateway bandwidth (if -'server' was the first argument). If the node is a server this parameter is used to inform other nodes in the network about +&'server' was the first argument). If the node is a server this parameter is used to inform other nodes in the network about this node's internet connection bandwidth. Just enter any number (optionally followed by "kbit" or "mbit") and the batman-adv module will guess your appropriate gateway class. Use "/" to separate the down(hy and upload rates. You can omit the upload rate and the module will assume an upload of download / 5.