Re: [PBML] perl manpages
- It's probably got something to do with your MANPATH variable.
If perl's installed under /usr/local/bin, then the manpages will most
likely be installed under /usr/local/man. Your MANPATH variable must
contain all the paths of where your manual pages are.
So, in order to add /usr/local/man to your MANPATH, you'd do something
for bash/ksh or...
setenv MANPATH /usr/local/man:$MANPATH
for csh or tcsh or...
Hope it helps!
29/09/2002 08:13 PM
Please respond to perl-beginner
Subject: [PBML] perl manpages
hi, sorry to bother you again but.... I just recently installed
debian linux on a machine of mine. my brother helped me (i'm not
really computer savvy yet) with it.. I was wondering how i would get
all of the perl manpages, i dont seem to have them. Thanks.
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