On Thu, Jun 13, 2002 at 08:13:42AM +0800, Dan Jacobson wrote:

> Lots of /usr/share/doc's are in .gz format.  What does Joe Average do
> to read them, zcat, zless, etc. over and over?  (Nifty me of course
> uses emacs' dired's "v" with auto-compression-mode on.  Seems to be
> ideal.  However then one encounters patches of HTML docs, which seem
> best suited for galeon, mozilla, not w3...)

There are also pdf and dvi documents to consider.

The mime-support package, which I imagine is installed on your system,
contains run-mailcap.  Invoking it as `see' you'll be able to view a doc
with a program determined from the entries in the mime.types and mailcap
files in /etc.  Personally, I customise ~/.mailcap with viewing programs
of my choice.


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