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Recipe 1.5. Reading man Pages Without a man Viewer



1.5.1 Problem


You're
working on a system that is seriously messed up, and you
can't read man pages because the man viewer
doesn't work.


1.5.2 Solution


Try reading the raw man page with
zcat and nroff:

$ zcat /usr/man/man1/cat.1.gz | nroff -man | less

As a last resort, read the raw page code with
zless:

$ zless /usr/man/man1/cat.1.gz
.\" DO NOT MODIFY THIS FILE! It was generated by help2man 1.32.
.TH CAT "1" "July 2003" "cat (coreutils) 5.0" "User Commands"
.SH NAME
cat \- concatenate files and print on the standard output
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B cat
[\fIOPTION\fR] [\fIFILE\fR]...

It's not pretty, but it works.


1.5.3 Discussion


nroff is a wrapper for
groff, for formatting man pages.

groff is a document-formatting, or typesetting,
program. It enables you to create many differently formatted
documents from a single source file: HTML, .pdf,
printed hard copies, info pages, and many more. See Chapter 9 of
Running Linux for a good introduction.


1.5.4 See Also


  • mandb(8) ,

    locate(1) ,

    grep(1) ,

    nroff(1) ,

    groff(1) ,

    zless(1) ,

    zcat(1)

  • Recipe 1.6

  • Chapter 9 of Running Linux

    , by Matt
    Walsh, Matthias Dalheimer, Terry Dawson, and Lar Kaufman
    (O'Reilly)



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