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A 'band-aid' solution is to run the following from the command line: export MANPATH=":/snap/tmux/current/share/man" and then the command man tmux will work as well as all of your pre-exisiting man pages. Bear in mind that Ubuntu does not normally use $MANPATH and the standard man pages PATH can be seen as follows: andrew@athens:~$ man -w ...
I think Ubuntu placement of man pages with respect to that feature is broken: Entering man -wm es man shows /usr/share/man/es/man1/man.1.gz, that is, the spanish manual page for man(1) as installed by package man-db Similar to what you noticed about POSIX manpages, freebsd-manpages install into their own sections instead of under a distinct "operating ...
Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and type: sudo apt-get install texinfo-doc-nonfree Then hit Enter. This will install the package with the info info documents.
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