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12309 errors in section 9e of the manual

@@ -2,45 +2,39 @@
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-.TH PROBE 9E "Nov 18, 1992"
+.TH PROBE 9E "February 15, 2020"
 probe \- determine if a non-self-identifying device is present
 #include <sys/conf.h>
 #include <sys/ddi.h>
 #include <sys/sunddi.h>
-\fBstatic intprefix\fR\fBprobe\fR(\fBdev_info_t *\fR\fIdip\fR);
+\fBstatic int prefix\fR\fBprobe\fR(\fBdev_info_t *\fR\fIdip\fR);
 Solaris DDI specific (Solaris DDI). This entry point is required for
 non-self-identifying devices.  You must write it for such devices. For
 self-identifying devices,  \fBnulldev\fR(9F) should be specified in the
 \fBdev_ops\fR(9S) structure if a probe routine is not necessary.
 .ne 2
 \fB\fIdip\fR \fR
 .RS 8n
 Pointer to the device's  \fBdev_info\fR structure.
 \fBprobe()\fR determines whether the device corresponding to \fIdip\fR actually
 exists and is a valid device for this driver. \fBprobe()\fR is called after
 \fBidentify\fR(9E) and before \fBattach\fR(9E) for a given \fIdip\fR. For
 example, the \fBprobe()\fR routine can map the device registers using
 \fBddi_map_regs\fR(9F) then attempt to access the hardware using

@@ -65,11 +59,10 @@
 device exists in both self-identifying and non-self-identifying forms, a
 \fBprobe()\fR routine can be provided to simplify the driver.
 \fBddi_dev_is_sid\fR(9F) can then be used to determine whether  \fBprobe()\fR
 needs to do any work. See \fBddi_dev_is_sid\fR(9F) for an example.
 .ne 2
 .RS 23n

@@ -102,12 +95,10 @@
 .RS 23n
 If the instance is not present now, but may be present in the future.
 \fBattach\fR(9E), \fBidentify\fR(9E), \fBddi_dev_is_sid\fR(9F),
 \fBddi_map_regs\fR(9F), \fBddi_peek\fR(9F), \fBddi_poke\fR(9F),
 \fBnulldev\fR(9F), \fBdev_ops\fR(9S)