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FYI: mandoc and/or groff bugs
Try printing something like the ipsec man page
groff -man /usr/src/share/man/man4/ipsec.4 | lpr your-ps-printer
then look at the last paragraph. It should read
The IPSec protocol started in 1992, by John Ioannidis, Phil Karn and
William Allen Simpson. In 1995, the former wrote an implementation for
BSD/OS. Angelos D. Keromytis ported it to OpenBSD and NetBSD. The latest
transforms and new features were implemented by Angelos D. Keromytis and
The hard copy doesn't. The words "IPSec", "BSD/OS.", and "OpenBSD"
are missing from the hard copy. It seems mandoc and/or groff (don't
know which) can't handle ".Tn" and ".Ox" (among other things).
groff does fine when called via the nroff shell script to create the
Also: the troff binary does not match the man page... the default output
is NOT postscript and the -Tps command line doesn't cause postscript
to be generated.