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diff --git a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c
index d4bdd3ee8be..a73317ef935 100644
--- a/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c
+++ b/drivers/staging/wlags49_h2/hcf.c
@@ -540,7 +540,7 @@ HCF_STATIC hcf_16* BASED xxxx[ ] = {
*
*.CONDITIONS
* Except for hcf_action with HCF_ACT_INT_FORCE_ON or HCF_ACT_INT_OFF as parameter or hcf_connect with an I/O
-* address (i.e. not HCF_DISCONNECT), all hcf-function calls MUST be preceeded by a call of hcf_action with
+* address (i.e. not HCF_DISCONNECT), all hcf-function calls MUST be preceded by a call of hcf_action with
* HCF_ACT_INT_OFF as parameter.
* Note that hcf_connect defaults to NIC interrupt disabled mode, i.e. as if hcf_action( HCF_ACT_INT_OFF )
* was called.
@@ -843,7 +843,7 @@ hcf_16 i;
*.MODULE int hcf_cntl( IFBP ifbp, hcf_16 cmd )
*.PURPOSE Connect or disconnect a specific port to a specific network.
*!! ;???????????????? continue needs more explanation
-* recovers by means of "continue" when the connect proces in CCX mode fails
+* recovers by means of "continue" when the connect process in CCX mode fails
* Enables or disables data transmission and reception for the NIC.
* Activates static NIC configuration for a specific port at connect.
* Activates static configuration for all ports at enable.
@@ -1170,12 +1170,12 @@ LTV_STRCT x;
io_addr = io_base;
}
-#if 0 //;? if a subsequent hcf_connect is preceeded by an hcf_disconnect the wakeup is not needed !!
+#if 0 //;? if a subsequent hcf_connect is preceded by an hcf_disconnect the wakeup is not needed !!
#if HCF_SLEEP
OUT_PORT_WORD( .....+HREG_IO, HREG_IO_WAKEUP_ASYNC ); //OPW not yet useable
MSF_WAIT(800); // MSF-defined function to wait n microseconds.
note that MSF_WAIT uses not yet defined!!!! IFB_IOBase and IFB_TickIni (via PROT_CNT_INI)
- so be carefull if this code is restored
+ so be careful if this code is restored
#endif // HCF_SLEEP
#endif // 0
@@ -1563,7 +1563,7 @@ DESC_STRCT *p = descp->next_desc_addr; //pointer to 2nd descriptor of frame
* This function is called by the MSF to supply the HCF with new/more buffers for receive purposes.
* The HCF can be used in 2 fashions: with and without encapsulation for data transfer.
* This is controlled at compile time by the HCF_ENC bit of the HCF_ENCAP system constant.
-* As a consequence, some additional constaints apply to the number of descriptor and the buffers associated
+* As a consequence, some additional constraints apply to the number of descriptor and the buffers associated
* with the first 2 descriptors. Independent of the encapsulation feature, the COUNT fields are ignored.
* A special case is the supplying of the DELWA descriptor, which must be supplied as the first descriptor.
*
@@ -1735,7 +1735,7 @@ DESC_STRCT *descp; // pointer to start of FrameList
* - in case encapsulation by the HCF is selected:
* - The FrameList does not consists of at least 2 Descriptors.
* - The first databuffer does not contain exactly the (space for) the 802.11 header (== 28 words)
-* - The first databuffer does not have a size to additionally accomodate the 802.3 header and the
+* - The first databuffer does not have a size to additionally accommodate the 802.3 header and the
* SNAP header of the frame after encapsulation (== 39 words).
* - The second databuffer does not contain at least DA, SA and 'type/length' (==14 bytes or 7 words)
*!! The 2nd part of the list of asserts should be kept in sync with put_frame_lst, in order to get
@@ -1762,14 +1762,14 @@ DESC_STRCT *descp; // pointer to start of FrameList
* - Copy DA/SA fields from the 2nd buffer
* - Calculate total length of the message (snap-header + type-field + the length of all buffer fragments
* associated with the 802.3 frame (i.e all descriptors except the first), but not the DestinationAddress,
-* SourceAddress and lenght-field)
+* SourceAddress and length-field)
* Assert the message length
* Write length. Note that the message is in BE format, hence on LE platforms the length must be converted
* ;? THIS IS NOT WHAT CURRENTLY IS IMPLEMENTED
* - Write snap header. Note that the last byte of the snap header is NOT copied, that byte is already in
* place as result of the call to hcf_encap.
* Note that there are many ways to skin a cat. To express the offsets in the 1st buffer while writing
-* the snap header, HFS_TYPE is choosen as a reference point to make it easier to grasp that the snap header
+* the snap header, HFS_TYPE is chosen as a reference point to make it easier to grasp that the snap header
* and encapsualtion type are at least relative in the right.
*8: modify 1st descriptor to reflect moved part of the 802.3 header + Snap-header
* modify 2nd descriptor to skip the moved part of the 802.3 header (DA/SA
@@ -1933,7 +1933,7 @@ hcf_16 t = (hcf_16)(*type<<8) + *(type+1); /* 2 */
* HCF_SUCCESS Success
*!! via cmd_exe ( type >= CFG_RID_FW_MIN )
* HCF_ERR_NO_NIC NIC removed during retrieval
-* HCF_ERR_TIME_OUT Expected Hermes event did not occure in expected time
+* HCF_ERR_TIME_OUT Expected Hermes event did not occur in expected time
*!! via cmd_exe and setup_bap (type >= CFG_RID_FW_MIN )
* HCF_ERR_DEFUNCT_... HCF is in defunct mode (bits 0x7F reflect cause)
*
@@ -2958,7 +2958,7 @@ or
* hcf_service_nic is also skipped in those cases.
* To prevent that hcf_service_nic reports bogus information to the MSF with all - possibly difficult to
* debug - undesirable side effects, it is paramount to check the NIC presence. In former days the presence
-* test was based on the Hermes register HREG_SW_0. Since in HCF_ACT_INT_OFF is choosen for strategy based on
+* test was based on the Hermes register HREG_SW_0. Since in HCF_ACT_INT_OFF is chosen for strategy based on
* HREG_EV_STAT, this is now also used in hcf_service_nic. The motivation to change strategy is partly
* due to inconsistent F/W implementations with respect to HREG_SW_0 manipulation around reset and download.
* Note that in polled environments Card Removal is not detected by INT_OFF which makes the check in
@@ -4048,7 +4048,7 @@ hcf_32 FAR *p4; //prevent side effects from macro
HCFASSERT( word_len == 0 || word_len == 2 || word_len == 4, word_len )
HCFASSERT( word_len == 0 || ((hcf_32)bufp & 1 ) == 0, (hcf_32)bufp )
HCFASSERT( word_len <= len, MERGE2( word_len, len ) )
- //see put_frag for an alternative implementation, but be carefull about what are int's and what are
+ //see put_frag for an alternative implementation, but be careful about what are int's and what are
//hcf_16's
if ( word_len ) { //. if there is anything to convert
hcf_8 c;
@@ -4712,7 +4712,7 @@ int rc = HCF_SUCCESS;
* Note that len is unsigned, so even MSF I/F violation works out O.K.
* The '2' in the expression "len+2" is used because 1 word is needed for L itself and 1 word is needed
* for the zero-sentinel
-*8: update MailBox Info length report to MSF with "oldest" MB Info Block size. Be carefull here, if you get
+*8: update MailBox Info length report to MSF with "oldest" MB Info Block size. Be careful here, if you get
* here before the MailBox is registered, you can't read from the buffer addressed by IFB_MBp (it is the
* Null buffer) so don't move this code till the end of this routine but keep it where there is garuanteed
* a buffer.