On Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 02:59:41PM +0100, Niall O Broin came forth with:
> On Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 02:06:54PM +0100, David Golden wrote:
>> > The most friendly way to access man and info pages these days is
> > by opeining up the KDE browser and typing man: or info: into the URL line.
>> Excellent - I didn't know konqueror did that. The syntax BTW for those who
> don't know is
>> or info:/command
>and the gnome-help-browser proggie does it too.
saved me having to learn that god-awful info system.
BTW, if you're looking for good man pages, *BSD are much better than Linux
(must drag everyone to the dark side). For some reason they didn't decide to
use info, and made good manpages. Tru64 also has some really good pages for
dBP dBBBBb | If you're looking at me to be an accountant
dBP | Then you will look but you will never see
dBP dBBBK' | If you're looking at me to start having babies
dBP dB' db | Then you can wish because I'm not here to fool around
dBBBBP dBBBBP' | Belle & Sebastian (Family Tree)
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