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Old 10-12-2001
Better than asking about /usr/bin/cd...

Why does /usr/games/banner have a man page???
And why in the name of Ritchie is it in /usr/games??


Man, what a crappy game...
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Old 10-12-2001
1) Because everything should have a man page, its impolite not to supply one, even if your program is simple.

2) It was probably originally written to be a toy, not as a serious utility. Thus, it ended up lumped together with the games...
 

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