I am on Mint 12 KDE. I used Software Manager to install make-doc - "Documentation for the gnu version of the "make" utility".
How do I access what was downloaded?
All documentation packages (*-doc) in ubuntu are installed in
If you have apache installed, it automatically creates an alias for
On a broader note, after installing any package, you can view where its files went by
From the command line, you can list the files in an installed package:
I don't know Mint's Software Center, but I think that if you go to the installed packages section and select
You can list the files in a package that isn't installed, by the way — this is especially useful in the other direction, to find the package containing a file whose name you know. Install