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[PATCH] Add a manpage Export this patch

Not complete or comprehensive but it's a start
I was practising reading C and writing documentation so thought I may
as well contribute to a real project. Hope it's useful.
Thanks for your open source work :)

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ext4srv, mkfs \- ext2, ext3, ext4 file system
.B ext4srv
] [
.B -g
.I groupfile
] [
.B -l
.I resolve
] [
.B -s
.I srvname
.B mkfs
.B -M
.I (2|3|4)
] [
.B -L
.I label
] [
.B -b
.I blksize
] [
.B -N
.I numinodes
] [
.B -I
.I inodesz
.B device
.I Ext4srv
is a file server that provides read and write access to the Linux
Second, Third and Fourth file systems
with support for journaling and extents.
The options are:
.B -D
Write a log of 9P messages to standard error for debugging.
.B -C
Enable cache write back.
.B -R
Mount the filesystem as the Unix root user.
.BI -g " groupfile
Use the Unix-format group file
.I groupfile
for mapping between numeric group-IDs in the ext file system
and strings reported by Plan 9 status inquiries.
.BI -l " linkmode
.I linkmode
is set to "resolve", symbolic links are followed.
The default is "hide".
.BI -s "  srvname
post a file descriptor named
.I srvname
in the
.B /srv
The default is
.BR ext4 .
mount /srv/ext4 /n/linux /dev/sdN0/ext4partition
ls -l /n/linux
Sigrid Solveig Haflínudóttir <ftrvxmtrx@gmail.com>
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