A manpage is a piece of documentation (not just a single page) that comes with most programs installed on Ubuntu.The system's pager program is called man, and this is invoked with the name of a program to call up a help manual with various sections detailing the operation of the program.
When reading man pages, a lot of extra characters are shown on screen. Which of the following commands can help to deal with this problem? grep pg more row col I think it's more but I'm not sure.
I installed nginx 1.2.0 from source on ubuntu 12.04 (precise) but it says there is no manpage entry for nginx when I run man nginx. How to I install it?
I have a script that applies a patch to another file. Of course, if the script is run a second time, I do not want the patch reapplied. The patch(1) command has the --forward (or -N) flag to handle ...