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Slackware Linux Tip-of-the-day: Use your documentation

One great benefit of using Slackware is that documentation is provided by default for nearly every command and application that is installed on your system. If you run into an issue try looking in the following locations for assistance: 

  • The application manual pages (example.. man bash, in konqueror you can go to man:bash for a html presentation of the manual)
  • The application info pages (example.. info bash)
  • Your /usr/docs/ directory – this usually contains text and html based manuals to help you find your answers.   

If you still cannot find a resolution in those locations you can try the following communities/sites:  

 

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