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I do not know all standard linux/unix commands, so I need manpages.

I found QNX's manuals (invoked by "use [command name]") terse; I prefer them to linux manpages.

I can get them from QNX with shell script, but I need to have QNX installed and it seems system does not have "use" for all commands.


Is there archive of QNX's use messages on internet?

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I just found them here: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/dv/hats/cats/stations/qnxman/

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Not needed to close, just accept your own answer when you can. – Renan May 25 '12 at 1:34

There is official QNX documentation for utilities here:


For example, the manual page on fs-cifs:


Several commands (i.e. sshd) come from NetBSD, so their manual pages may provide more information:


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