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Re: Documentation Policy

On 25 Jun 1997, Manoj Srivastava wrote:

> >>"Philip" == Philip Hands <phil@hands.com> writes:
> Philip> I was thinking about the possibility of offereing _all_ Debian
> Philip> documentation on a web site --- which lpr(1) man page would
> Philip> you want to show?  lpr's or lprng's?
> Philip> Perhaps man pages should really go in
> Philip> /usr/doc/package-name/man/, with symbolic links for /usr/man
> Philip> if needed --- then there wouldn't be as much of a problem
> 	That is a good idea for the web site (which is what I hope you
>  meant, rather than massively changing man just for Debian systems).

Right.  I would think /etc/alternatives handles things just fine for
end-user systems.

G. Branden Robinson
Purdue University

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