Recently, I stumbled over some configuration files. To gather more information about its structure and how the its used, I either do a quick research on the internet (just ask Google) or use the man ...
I'd like to search for man pages which contain ALL of the words 'foo', 'bar' and 'baz'. If possible, I'd like to search through all text (not just name & description) of all man pages. I'm ...
I was trying to find out what qalter's -r flag does, but I can't search for -r when viewing the man page for it (pattern not found). Yet it's clearly there. If you scroll down a bit you'll see it. Why ...
I have a relatively small brain, so there is a limit to what I can store up there. I have been using Linux semi-pro-amateur for a few years and still I am amazed at how little commands I know. Simple ...
When I search man pages, the search is case sensitive, but only with regard to upper case letters. E.g., x will match x and X whereas X only matches x. This is the man-db version of man, used on ...
Is there a way to search man pages case-insensitively? Using the '/' search feature matches exact case.
Instead of doing man chmod and then /a+x to jump to the first section in the chmod man page that mentions a+x, I would like to know if there is a way to open the man page to a specific search string, ...
I finally got fed up when wanting to read about bash's read and it's -s option with man bash. I found the right spot eventually (around line 4500), but it was a frustrating as usual, since both /read ...
I want to find all man pages for commands that begin with wh. But I do not understand why the following keyword does not work. man -f "wh" Also if I put man chmod in man page of chmod, it ...
apropos works great for searching manual page names and descriptions. Is there a similar command for searching the entire contents of the manual pages?