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Where are AIX 4.2.1 man pages?

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I can't find the man pages anywhere on the two installation disks.  They used to be in aix.rte.man (I think), but this fileset is not there.  I have also looked on the bonus & update disks.  Does anyone know where they have disappeared to?

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The AIX man command searches the Hypertext Information Libraries in addition to traditional man pages. The Hypertext Information
Base Libraries are bos.info.en_US.cmds_ref for the Commands Database. Base System InfoExplorer can be installed from bos.info.
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