I want to output the name of the installed software package that owns the greatest number of system manual pages. Is there a command to do this?
On my gentoo box command
But after including all subdirectories with a little help of
For Debian-based systems, to get the package with the most installed man pages:
To get the package with the most available man pages (whether installed or not):
On my system, the package with the most available man-pages is
Taking the pipeline used to create
I found it interesting to use just a part of this pipeline:
This displays, via
Alternative for Debian/Ubuntu/Mint...
Gives for me:
This solution worked on CentOS and RHEL machines.
I can generate the list of all the commands that are available in the system using
I give this man page as input to
So, the above output indicates that I have 329 manual page entries for the commands provided by the package