How do I read man pages on Win?
hidekis at gmail.com
Mon Oct 2 08:42:11 CEST 2006
You can use Cygwin version of man command.
I have PDF versions of those man pages made available on my website as well.
2006/10/1, Daniel Lipkie <DanielLipkie at lipkie.com>:
> It appears just opening in NotePad/Wordpad works.
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> Subject: How do I read man pages on Win?
> I'm rather new to gnu and just installed gpg 1.4.5.
> How do I read *.man pages in Windows XP? What do I have to install? I could
> not find this information in the FAQ and a Google search seemed to indicate
> installing emacs was the solution.
> Also. ...is there a way to search the archives for this group to find such
> information so I don't re-ask the obvious?
> Daniel Lipkie
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