Re: Packages with un usable documentation
* Otto Wyss
| Shouldn't packages which don't provide any useable information in one of
| these three locations marked as broken with a grave bug?
No, why should it?
| IMO the best way is to have a "man <packagename>" which simply gives
| links and hints to where to look for more information, a man file with
| just a "SEE ALSO" section. Each package which doesn't do this should get
| an important bug.
That's just silly.
| IMO a must in any case is a "/usr/share/doc/<packagename>/README.debian"
| which lists all possible "man ..." of this package. Each package which
| doesn't do this should get an serious bug.
: tfheen@yiwaz ~ > dpkg -L module-init-tools | grep man
: tfheen@yiwaz ~ >
Please learn to use the tools you have available.
Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are : :' :