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The default manual page viewer is a terminal window with the original man(1). It can also launch gv, evince, or a link to a CGI script which utilizes man2html, for viewing manual pages using a web browser.
There is an index search function to look for the man pages that one needs. It's simple, but it's useful.
General Information =================== This is Gman, a GTK+ front end for man. Gman's home page will be in http://homex.s-one.net.sg/user/xkwang/gman (still under construction) This a little piece of software is mostly developed for the new users of Unix/Linux. When I was a newbie of Linux, I felt I always could not find the man pages that I need. I believed the man pages must be somewhere more»
GMAN(1x) GMAN(1x) NAME gman - GTK+ based front-end for man, a good replacment for xman. SYNOPSIS gman DESCRIPTION Gman is a front-end for the manual page system. gman builds a database of all the available man pages and displays them in a list. Clicking on an entry in the list makes gman launch more»
gman (0.9.3-5.2) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Switched from mozilla to sensible-browser. * Added evince as choice since this is gnome/GTK+ app. * Updated manpath default values to current situation. * Updated policy version, used 3.0 (quilt) format, and made some lintian touch-ups. -- Osamu Aoki <email@example.com> Wed, 04 Jan 2012 00:48:23 +0900 gman (0.9.3-5 more»
ChangeLog for Gman by Xinkai Wang v0.9.2 (31.Mar 2001) - CGI front-end for man2html (gman.pl) ad more»
Gman main author: Xinkai Wang <firstname.lastname@example.org> Special thanks to Josip Rodin <email@example.com more»
This package was first debianized by Josip Rodin on Tue, 12 Oct 1999 14:31:42 +0200. It was downloa more»