How to create a man file manually.

Posted on 2006-06-07
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
At the unix prompt, type man blahblah
and the printout is what I have typed in a file...
How to do that?
Question by:nanoterabeta
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    man pages are nothing more then specifically formatted text files.  That special format is called nroff.  There are a rediculous number of references to be found using Google on how to create your own man pages.,GGLG:2005-36,GGLG:en&q=nroff+write+man+page

    Author Comment

    good suggestion nukfror,
    this is the first useful link:
    do you know who wrote this article? I will give him a big point.
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    The article was written by HMC Computer Science Department.

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