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I'm working with command line and sometime some informational - as manuals readMe and all - output are very large and hard to read in a one shot from the command's line. I wonder how open it directly on a text editor ?

I have tried gedit man node but it does'nt work. If any have some hint, would be gr

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man command | col -b > file.txt should do the trick.

this saves the manpage of command to file.txt, which you can open with a text editor like gedit.

But if you have an internet connection, I would suggest an online manpage resource like Ubuntu manpages

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