Besides man, info can also provide information of a command. For the commands I have tried, I find that info provides the same information as man. So I wonder if info always look up manpages? What ...
Most gnu manual files use info, write a texinfo then makeinfo produces info files, it's great. Can texinfo contain non-English characters then produce non-English infos or pdfs? How can I write ...
Where can you find the answer to the following question: “How do you get the NUMLOCK key to default to on for the GUI console?”
This is on a fedora machine. I have to look in man pages first to find the answer, if not then in an info page. If the answer is not there then I have to use the internet to find the answer. It is on ...
I understand what GNU Info is and how to use it, but what is it for? Why does it exist in parallel to the man pages? Why not write detailed man pages rather than provide a separate utility?
If man -t ls | ps2pdf - > ls.pdf is useful for outputting the ls man page via ps2pdf to pdf, what about info pages? I've tried something like the following but with no success: info -o info | ...
I know that these command will help to get syntax and options for commands but my question is that how they differ from each other?
I know when you are in a man page it will display the file name at the bottom inside the man. How can I do the same thing manually?