Re: A need to manualy run /etc/cron.weekly/man-db
> On a previous posting I said that I needed to run the mentioned cron script
> Now I found out when I had to run this script manualy.
> It turned out that it happaned after a shutdown command when I was logged to
> an xterm (and su to root). Prior to the shutdown I also had an xman window
> And after I turned on the power, rebooted and logged again, I got a
> segmentation fault whenever I tried to man -w something. Only after manualy
> running the script the man -w something worked.
> Has someone else experienced this ?
Yes. Please refer to the Debian-user faq:
it´s because the database of man-db is corrupted.
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