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       missing - missing manual pages


       This  manual  page intends to document which manual pages are missing in various sections.
       Bug reports against the package manpages-dev or manpages  were  opened  for  all  of  them
       through  the  Debian  Bug  Tracking System (BTS).  Some of these bug reports were reported
       upstream while some weren't.  Upstream, however, is not able to create arbitrary  manpages
       without  additional information and additional spare time.  Hence, it's completely useless
       to simply report them upstream.

       Manpages represent an important means of  documentation  which  can  easily  be  read  and
       converted  into  various  formats.   They  are  very helpful for checking how things work,
       rather than for a tutorial.  If you notice that more pages are missing, please try to find
       additional information and report it as wishlist bug against this package.

       If  you  are confident with the issue, please write up a preliminary manpage and attach it
       to the bug report.  It doesn't matter if your English is bad or if you mixed up markup, as
       long  as the content can be used as source for a new manpage.  A detailed documentation on
       how to write manpages is available in man(7).

       When writing manual pages please ensure that they are  conforming  with  The  Single  UNIX
       Specification   (see  below).   Linux  ought  to  be  conforming  to  this  specification.
       Differences need to be documented, in additional sections, though.


       The following is a list of missing pages sorted by section and bug  number.   If  you  can
       contribute  content  or  even  a  manual page, please send a mail to
       where nnnnn refers to the bug number from below.

   Section 3 - Library calls
              obstack_alloc(3) - allocate memory
              obstack_free(3) - free formerly allocated memory
              obstack_copy(3) - allocate block with content
              obstack_copy0(3) - allocate block with content, zero terminated
              obstack_blank(3) - increase object size
              obstack_grow(3) - increase object size with content
              obstack_grow0(3) - increase object size with content, zero term.
              obstack_1grow(3) - increase object size by 1 character
              obstack_ptr_grow(3) - increase object size by value of pointer
              obstack_int_grow(3) - increase object size by sizeof(int)
              obstack_finish(3) - finish growing of an obstack object
              obstack_object_size(3) - return the size of an obstack object
              obstack_room(3) - available room in current chunk
              obstack_1grow_fast(3) - fast increase object size by 1 character
              obstack_ptr_grow_fast(3) - fast increase object by pointer value
              obstack_int_grow_fast(3) - fast increase object size by sizeof(int)
              obstack_blank_fast(3) - fast increase object size
              obstack_base(3) - return tentative address of beginning
              obstack_next_free(3) - return address of the first free byte
              obstack_object_size(3) - return size of currently growing object
              obstack_alignment_mask(3) - alter mask assignment
              obstack_chunk_size(3) - return chunk size of given obstack
              obstack_init(3) - initialize use of an obstack

              wcstol(3) - convert a wide-character string to a long integer

              pthread_mutex(3) - Mutex routines for threads

              rcmd_af(3), rresvport_af(3), iruserok_sa(3) - routines for returning a stream to  a
              remote command (see rcmd(3)).

              cap_set_proc(3), cap_get_proc(3) - POSIX capability manipulation on processes
              capsetp(3),  capgetp(3)  -  Linux  specific  capability  manipulation  on arbitrary

              if_nametoindex(3) - map network interface name to corresponding index.

              argp_parse(3) - main interface to argp.

              mallinfo(3) - Additional information about malloc(3).

   Section 9 - Kernel routines
              Mandrake seems to deliver section 9 manual pages, though their  source  is  obscure
              and  they  do seem to be out-dated.  Nevertheless, some section 9 manpages would be
              nice, indeed.

              kapmd(9) - kernel APM thread
              keventd(9) - manage hotplug events
              khubd(9) - kernel USB hub daemon thread
              kjournald(9) - maintain the filesystem journal
              ksoftirqd(9) - software handling of incoming IRQs
              kswapd(9) - kernel swap daemon thread
              kupdated(9) - flush the journal
              scsi_eh(9) - kernel SCSI error handler thread


       undocumented(3), undocumented(7), man(7).
       Debian Bug Tracking  System  at  <>,  the  Single  UNIX
       Specification,  Version 2, at <>, the
       Single UNIX Specification, Version 3, at <>.