[Techtalk] Viewing kdb man pages in microsoft windows

Michelle Konzack linux.mailinglists at freenet.de
Wed Nov 27 18:01:11 EST 2002


Am 09:46 2002-11-27 +1100 hat Malcolm Tredinnick geschrieben:
>On Tue, Nov 26, 2002 at 09:42:50AM -0800, Nguyen D. Nguyen wrote:

>You need to find a man page viewer for Windows, but a couple of minutes
>poking around on Google didn't reveal anything. There are also programs
>for converting man pages to html (e.g.
>http://www.oac.uci.edu/indiv/ehood/man2html.html), but most of the ones
>I know of are CGI scripts for dynamically doing the conversion and
>require a web server on the Unix/Linux box.

If you have two machines and you use Debian/GNU-Linux make: 

'apt-get install boa man2html info2www' 

Go to your WinSuck machine and open the page <http://yourserver/doc/> 

If you have only one Machine and you use multiboot, configure man2html 
for caching the created html-Pages a little bit longer... 

Call every Manpage once and then copy the HTML_Pages from the cahe to 
the VFAT partition.... and have Fun.


from Strasbourg

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