Quoting John Madden (maddenj at skynet.ie):
> On (24/10/02 06:29), jimishah15 didst pronounce:
>>> Can anybody tell me how to access HOW TO pages available with linux ?
>> I presume you mean the man pages. At your prompt just type man command
> (replacing command with the command you want information on).
If, on the other hand, he literally means the HOWTO documents from the
Linux Documentation Project, most distributions include those in
packages devoted to that purpose. He may or may not have installed
those packages. If he _did_ install them, they may be under /usr/doc or
If he didn't install them, and can't find relevant packages in your
distribution media, he can get them in various formats, here:
Cheers, "Learning Java has been a slow and tortuous process for me. Every
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