On Thu, 13 Oct 2016 17:42:29 +0200, Xen wrote: >Can you please come out of your psychosis now?
On Thu, 13 Oct 2016 17:49:24 +0200, Xen wrote:. >Ralf Mardorf schreef op 12-10-2016 21:12: >> I seriously doubt that an Ubuntu maintainer will patch those man >> pages, in such a wrong way, but you are free to suggest it. >Ralf, maybe you should stop telling other people what they should do. > >Just saying. That no one needs your advice on what to do, no one is >asking for it. You don't determine what people are free to do and what >not, and you are no moderator here. > >You are producing a whole lot of noise giving senseless advice to >people who don't want it in an effort apparently to shut them up or >make them go elsewhere. > >Please quit, as you're not providing helpful advice. Another psychotic and unhelpful advice: [root@moonstudio ~]# apropos mount IOW instead of pointing from man mount and man fstab to gvfs, because users are not willing to learn how to use man pages correctly, how about suggesting to add missing information to the gvfs man pages, if the information should be missing? Do you expect pointers from man ls to the GNOME file manager, too? If a user would take a look at man mount , then why not also taking a look at "apropos mount" to see related man pages that are available? Some of us are editing and reading Wikis, before they spam a mailing list, just to ignore hints. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/man >From the above link: "It does not cover the tools apropos or whatis, both of which are used for searching parts of the manpage data, and both of which have equivalents in man using the -k and -f switches." So running [root@moonstudio ~]# man -k mount does the job, too. Regards, Ralf -- Ubuntu-devel-discuss mailing list Ubuntufirstname.lastname@example.org Modify settings or unsubscribe at: https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-devel-discuss