"Michael" == Michael Kahle <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Michael> Hello, I was looking at some of the gzip'd documentation
Michael> in /usr/share/doc/exim today and I got to wondering...
Michael> When I want to view the documentation, I would always
Michael> change to root, then uncompress the file, read it, and
Michael> then re-compress it. Am I making this too difficult? Is
Michael> there another utility that I should be using to browse
Michael> this documentation so that I don't have to go through all
Michael> of these steps every time? I am very afraid that this is
Michael> going to be a, "Where's the any key?", type question! :)
Besides zless/emacs/vim etc. I'm surprised no one mentioned one of the
best ways, IMHO, to browse a doc directory: lynx. Try it, you'll be
hooked. Pass the directory name to lynx as a command line argument,
and browse away!