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Re: /usr/doc/<lang>

Lars Wirzenius wrote:
> Fabrizio Polacco:
> > But in this way if you are looking for the policy manual (e.g.)
> > you have to look first into  /usr/doc/fi or /usr/doc/fi/dpkg  and
> > then, if you don't find it, into /usr/doc/dpkg.
> Right. If it is a program searching for it, this is not a problem.

OK, you say that we should use CGI, and thus run a httpd ... 
This is good for me, but my fear is that a lot of people will say:
No!, i'm just comfortable using lynx <filename>, why sould I do that?

(Anyway, I just upgraded dpkg, and dwww's links to policy went broken,
while the search finds it in the right place. maybe the cache?).

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