[PATCH:xorg-docs] X.man: Remove DECnet addresses for font servers as well

Alan Coopersmith alan.coopersmith at oracle.com
Mon Dec 27 15:45:51 PST 2010

Missed when the DECnet addressing for X servers was removed in 39d3fd0fabd63

Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith at oracle.com>
 man/X.man |   16 ----------------
 1 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 16 deletions(-)

diff --git a/man/X.man b/man/X.man
index 9860321..7ecab0a 100644
--- a/man/X.man
+++ b/man/X.man
@@ -466,22 +466,6 @@ The \fIcataloguelist\fP specifies a list of catalogue names,
 with '+' as a separator.
 Examples: \fItcp/x.org:7100\fP, \fItcp/\fP.
-One of the following forms can be used to name a font server that
-accepts DECnet connections:
-    decnet/\fInodename\fP::font$\fIobjname\fP
-    decnet/\fInodename\fP::font$\fIobjname\fP/\fIcataloguelist\fP
-The \fInodename\fP specifies the name (or decimal numeric address)
-of the machine on which the font server is running.
-The \fIobjname\fP is a normal, case-insensitive DECnet object name.
-The \fIcataloguelist\fP specifies a list of catalogue names,
-with '+' as a separator.
-Examples: \fIDECnet/SRVNOD::FONT$DEFAULT\fP, \fIdecnet/44.70::font$special/symbols\fP.
 Most applications provide ways of tailoring (usually through resources or
 command line arguments) the colors of various elements

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