I'm going through this book to try and learn Linux and hit a few snags in Chapter 2. In case it matters I'm running Debian 9 in a virtual machine.
At the part where the author introduces us to the info program (and tell us to issue
info info command) my output is very different from the text book. I get that it's probably because the program has changed since the time the text was written, but I'm hoping someone can confirm my understanding of what I'm looking at...
At the top of what is displayed on my screen it says:
File: dir, Node: Top, This is the top of the info tree.
Which is clearly not what the text was trying to show me (scroll to around the middle of this page). Has the "section" (or "file" in this case) 'info.info' been removed all together and replaced with a kind "table of contents" for all the information the info program has to offer?