. . . And how can I fix that? :-) I'm running RHEL 5 and when I try to view man pages as a regular user, they are blank. I've tried
man man > manman.txt; cat manman.txt and there is no output, i.e., the file has no length. I try
sudo man man and I see beautiful man page output.
I've looked at the permissions under /usr/share/man and they look okay. The directories are all o+rwx and the files are o+r.
I've tried . . .
[me@host01 ~]$ sudo man -w man /usr/share/man/en/man1/man.1.gz [me@host01 ~]$ man /usr/share/man/en/man1/man.1.gz
. . . and that's blank also.