DOCCENTRAL(1) General Commands Manual DOCCENTRAL(1)NAME
doccentral - web-based documentation browser
The only option that can be passed to the doccentral wrapper is a document name (often the same as the name of the package which provides
it) for direct access (automatic search for the given parameter).
Doc-Central is a simple tool to help you browse the documentation installed on your Debian system. It uses the doc-base registration
entries for documentation to build a list of available documentation. You can view this list via any web browser.
The easiest way to view the doc-central index is to use the doccentral tool, which will look for a webbrowser on your system and start that
with the correct page. If for any reason doccentral cannot find a suitable browser or you want to use another one, you can also use the
Override the normal browser selection from doccentral by specifying a specific browser.
Override the location of Doc-Central (usually localhost)
Guilherme de S. Pastore <email@example.com> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wichert Akkerman <email@example.com> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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hman(1) General Commands Manual hman(1)NAME
hman - browse the on-line manual pages
hman [ -P browser ] [ -H host ] [ section ] name
hman [ -P browser ] [ -H host ] [ section ] [ index ]
The hman script is an interface to man2html(1) that allows you to enter man page requests at the command line and view the output in your
favourite browser. The behaviour reminds of that of man(1) so that many people will be able to alias hman to man. If the browser used is
netscape, and an incarnation of netscape is running already, hman will pass the request to the existing browser.
OPTIONS -P browser
Specify which browser (like lynx, xmosaic, arena, chimera, netscape, amaya, ...) to use. This option overrides the MANHTMLPAGER
environment variable. The default is the non-httpd version of lynx, or sensible-browser if lynx cannot be found.
Specify from what host to get the man pages. This option overrides the MANHTMLHOST environment variable. The default is localhost.
The default browser to use is selected using this environment variable.
The default host to use is selected using this environment variable.
SEE ALSO man(1), man2html(1), arena(1), lynx(1), sensible-browser(1), netscape(1), xmosaic(1), glimpse(1)
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