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WIZD(8) 						    BSD System Manager's Manual 						   WIZD(8)

wizd -- automatically correct typographical errors in man pages SYNOPSIS
wizd automatically checks and corrects spelling errors, usage problems with mdoc(7) macros, and other typographical errors in man pages. wizd is invoked by any cvs(1) commit to a man page. A standalone mode is also available by sending mail to <>. SEE ALSO
cvs(1), intro(1), man(1), mdoc(7) HISTORY
wizd appeared in NetBSD 1.5. CAVEATS
wizd is not only copyrighted, but also registered. BUGS
Sleeps sometimes. BSD
April 1, 2003 BSD

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WEEKLY(5)						      BSD File Formats Manual							 WEEKLY(5)

weekly, weekly.conf -- weekly maintenance DESCRIPTION
The /etc/weekly script is run, by default, every Saturday morning on a NetBSD system. The /etc/weekly.conf file specifies which of the stan- dard weekly services are performed. The variables described below can be set to ``YES'' or ``NO'' in the /etc/weekly.conf file. The default settings are in the /etc/defaults/weekly.conf file. (Note that you should never edit /etc/defaults/weekly.conf directly, as it is often replaced during system upgrades.) rebuild_locatedb This rebuilds the locate(1) database, /var/db/locate.database, which must also exist, in order to be rebuilt. rebuild_mandb This rebuilds the apropos(1) database /var/db/man.db, using makemandb(8) with the -f option. rebuild_whatisdb This rebuilds the whatis(1) database(s). Note that NetBSD provides a default whatis.db for the system manual pages and this may not be needed. (Adjust your /etc/man.conf as necessary; see man.conf(5) for details.) FILES
/etc/weekly weekly maintenance script /etc/weekly.conf weekly maintenance configuration /etc/weekly.local local site additions to /etc/weekly SEE ALSO
daily.conf(5), monthly.conf(5) HISTORY
The /etc/weekly script first appeared in 4.3BSD. The /etc/weekly.conf configuration file appeared in NetBSD 1.3. BSD
March 6, 2012 BSD
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