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Re: GNU info documents ? How?

On Thursday 15 January 2009, Paul E Condon <pec@mesanetworks.net> wrote 
about 'Re: GNU info documents ? How?':
>So, if I have a package for which I don't seem to have an
>info document automagically installed via
>apt-get install <package-name> ,
>and for which I cannot find another package named,
><package-name>-doc ,
>is it reasonable to assume that an info document does
>not exist for that package?

Not entirely.  You should check a package's Recommends/Suggests to 
determine what separate documentation, if any, exists.  Also, not all 
*-doc packages contain texinfo files, so you should read that package's 
Description to see if it indicates one way or another.
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