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Re: [vox-tech] browser and mimetypes (I think)
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Re: [vox-tech] browser and mimetypes (I think)

That's odd.  I have wget's manpage on my path on shell.sonic.net and I
didn't do anything to add its path.  Here's some outputs for your

   bolt:~/>man -w wget
   bolt:~/>echo $MANPATH

   bolt:~/>man -w
   bolt:~/>echo $SHELL

There's nothing in my .bashrc or .bash_profile that manipulates the


On Sun, 8 May 2005, Bill Kendrick wrote:

> On Sun, May 08, 2005 at 05:20:00PM -0400, David Hummel wrote:
> > >    $ locate wget. | grep man
> > >    /usr/share/man/man1/wget.1.gz
> >
> > $ man -w wget
> > /usr/share/man/man1/wget.1.gz
> Ah, but without having the path to the man page (in my case here on
> sonic, /opt/extra/wget-X.XX/man/) in my $MANPATH environment variable,
> "man" still doesn't know where the man page is, even if I give it "-w" ;^)
> % man -w wget
> No manual entry for wget
> But, of course, if I put the correct path in $MANPATH, it works as above
> (just with that weird "/opt/extra/..." path :^) )
> Thanks, though!
> -bill!
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