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Old 22nd September 2010
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Default NetBSD site man pages availability


I am installing NetBSD 5.0.2 on my laptop machine, closely following NetBSD Guide and man pages; furthermore, I sometimes need to print the man pages from a browser inside other OS, since I don't have the printer configured in NetBSD, yet.

The problem is that I get an empty search result for "xorg" in NetBSD "man page" / "apropos" inside NetBSD site.

The same happens when trying to search for "xorg" from within FreeBSD "man page" / "apropos" search, using NetBSD in the searching criteria.

But when I try the same keyword search for "xorg" using "FreeBSD 8.0 RELEASE and Ports" in the searching criteria, I get the appropriate search results, linking to "xorg" "man page", among others ("xorg.conf",...)
Is it possible to access NetBSD "xorg" man pages, browsing the NetBSD site? If not, is there a turn around?

With best regards.
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