Awesome, thanks! very informative thank you very much.
thanks Leroy Jordan
On Feb 23, 2018 3:50 PM, "Stuart Henderson" <s...@spacehopper.org> wrote:
On 2018/02/23 15:32, leroy jordan wrote:
> can you be more pacific on the fdm what does it stand for. so when I go
to pkg_add I can then
> read the Man page please.
$ pkg_info fdm
Information for inst:fdm-1.9p0
fetch, filter and deliver mail
fdm is a simple, lightweight replacement for mail fetch, filter and
delivery programs such as fetchmail and procmail. It can fetch using
POP3 or IMAP (with SSL) or from stdin, and deliver to a pipe, file,
maildir, mbox or SMTP server, based on regexps.
Maintainer: Nicholas Marriott <n...@openbsd.org>
$ pkg_info -f fdm | grep -e man/ -e bin/
The fdm(1) manpage is reasonably simple, but fdm.conf(5) is a bit more
complicated, if you'd like a nicer-formatted one for printing you can do:
$ man -T pdf fdm.conf > /tmp/fdm.conf.pdf
Or view it directly if you have mupdf installed:
$ MANPAGER=mupdf man -T pdf fdm.conf
If you like this way of viewing a manpage and think you might use it
often, you might like a shell alias which you could add to your .profile:
$ alias pdfman="MANPAGER=mupdf man -T pdf"
$ pdfman fdm.conf