man yourmanpage | col -b > /tmp/yourmanpage.txt
>Frank Murphy wrote:
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>>>> managed to add some man pages to manpath.
>>>> How can I either print off the man pages,
>> or the original troff (which I can display in X)
>> preferably troff as they contain graphics?
>>>> There doesn't appear to be a print option,
>> in either case
>>If you have a printer up and running you can print a man page using the
>>man -t manpagename | lpr
>>Which formats the man page using troff and redirects output to lpr. Be
>warned though some manpages are quite long indeed.
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