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I am using manjaro and when i try command man -k . or apropos . or man -k . -s 2 to see all man pages it's giving me error like

.: nothing appropriate.

is it man different because i gnu coreutils ? what should i do for print all man pages then ?

is there is alternative way to do this then let me know.

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  • @thanasisp I tried mandb -c as well but also got error in " man -k . " – Visrut Dec 19 '20 at 13:03
  • Have you tried using the root account? (it's for system files for all users) If yes, and still not working, update your question with that, to queue for re-opening. – thanasisp Dec 19 '20 at 15:48
  • @thanasisp hey thanks it's working after sudo now . – Visrut Dec 20 '20 at 4:23