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I am a newbie. Just freshly installed Solaris 11. When I try to type for example root@t1000:~# man zpool It says bash: man: command not found. It used to show manual pages before installation. Any help is appreciated. Thanks. (5 Replies)
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When I try to see the man pages of gcc,
No manual entry for gcc.
Could you help me please. I am running solaris 10
Thanks! (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: gabam
Can anyone supply me with the man pages for:
I prefer the source man pages in nroff format.
A clue about the software bundles which supply these man pages is fine as well.
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Discussion started by: sb008
I have a small query, in solaris the man pages get displayed on half of the terminal , can i get a full terminal or full screen display ?:) (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: M.Choudhury
Anybody found where Oracle have hidden the Solaris 10 "man" pages in their new website? My saved links don't work any more. (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: methyl
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I want to install man pages package from solaris 10.
Solaris 10 has already been installed on my servor but I have to add the man pages packages. I search for a long time on internet this package but I didn't find a compatible one... So I downloaded Solaris 10 from Sun site to get this... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: MasterapocA
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I am doing some new SOlaris Installs and the man pages do not seem to be included. Do you know how I can add them after the fact?
Aaron (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: amheck
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When reading man pages, I notice that sometimes commands are follwed by a number enclosed in parenthesis. such as:
mkdir calls the mkdir(2) system call.
What exactly does this mean? (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: dangral
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I've written now a man pages, but I don't knwo how to get 'man' to view them. Where have I to put this files, which directories are allowed??
THX Bensky (3 Replies)
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I just installed openssh in my system . I actually tried to man sshd but it says no entry , though there is a man directory in the installation which have the man pages for sshd .
Can anyone tell me how should i install these man pages .
DP (2 Replies)
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