On 6/12/2017 3:14 PM, Simon van Meygaarden wrote:
> Greetings, Folks.
> One of the things I really like about FreeDOS 1.2 is the incredible
> Help browser: a perfect way to browse through the documentation, and,
> in my opinion, much better then the man-pages in Linux.
> In "How to use the FreeDOS help" I found a reference to an Apropos
> command, and a Whatis command, which seemed very helpful in trying to
> find out what FreeDOS has to offer. However, these commands are not
> available in either BASE or FULL installation, FDIMPLES doesn't
> mention them, and I can't find them in the Packages.
> So the question is: am I doing something wrong, and, if not, how do I
> add these commands to my system?
First time I hear about those programs, and they are not something
elementary to (Free)DOS, they are rather Linux commands/programs.
You don't really miss out on anything on your setup. The author of the
Help system might be able (or not) to shed some more light on this...


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