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"SLC6X: system environment/base: man

man - A set of documentation tools: man, apropos and whatis

Website: http://primates.ximian.com/~flucifredi/man/
License: GPLv2
Vendor: Scientific Linux CERN, http://cern.ch/linux
Description:
The man package includes three tools for finding information and/or
documentation about your Linux system: man, apropos, and whatis. The
man system formats and displays on-line manual pages about commands or
functions on your system. Apropos searches the whatis database
(containing short descriptions of system commands) for a string.
Whatis searches its own database for a complete word.

The man package should be installed on your system because it is the
primary way to find documentation on a Linux system.

Packages

man-1.6f-39.el6.i686 [260 KiB] Changelog by Nikola Forró (2016-11-08):
- related: #1386250
  add missing options also to synopsis of man.1 man page
man-1.6f-32.el6.i686 [259 KiB] Changelog by Peter Schiffer (2012-11-16):
- related: #713088
  fixed coverity findings
man-1.6f-30.el6.i686 [259 KiB] Changelog by Peter Schiffer (2012-01-20):
- resolves: #659646
  man man for Japanese manual page contains duplicated lines in PAGER explanation
- resolves: #749290
  [RHEL6:REG] Missing Functionality : Improve makewhatis handling of symbolic links

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