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man cgi config

Guest on 19th August 2022 04:29:06 PM

  1. #
  2. # Generated automatically from man.conf.in by the
  3. # configure script.
  4. #
  5. # man.conf from man-1.5h
  6. #
  7. # This file is read by man to configure the default manpath (also used
  8. # when MANPATH contains an empty substring), to find out where the cat
  9. # pages corresponding to given man pages should be stored,
  10. # and to map each PATH element to a manpath element.
  11. # It may also record the pathname of the man binary. [This is unused.]
  12. # The format is:
  13. #
  14. # MANBIN                pathname
  15. # MANPATH               manpath_element [corresponding_catdir]
  16. # MANPATH_MAP           path_element    manpath_element
  17. #
  18. # If no catdir is given, it is assumed to be equal to the mandir
  19. # (so that this dir has both man1 etc. and cat1 etc. subdirs).
  20. # This is the traditional Unix setup.
  21. # Certain versions of the FSSTND recommend putting formatted versions
  22. # of /usr/.../man/manx/page.x into /var/catman/.../catx/page.x.
  23. # The keyword FSSTND will cause this behaviour.
  24. # Certain versions of the FHS recommend putting formatted versions of
  25. # /usr/.../share/man/[locale/]manx/page.x into
  26. # /var/cache/man/.../[locale/]catx/page.x.
  27. # The keyword FHS will cause this behaviour (and overrides FSSTND).
  28. # Explicitly given catdirs override.
  29. #
  30. # FSSTND
  31. FHS
  32. #
  33. # This file is also read by man in order to find how to call nroff, less, etc.,
  34. # and to determine the correspondence between extensions and decompressors.
  35. #
  36. # MANBIN                /usr/local/bin/man
  37. #
  38. # Every automatically generated MANPATH includes these fields
  39. #
  40.  
  41. MANPATH /usr/share/man  /dummy
  42. MANPATH /usr/man        /dummy
  43. MANPATH /usr/X11R6/man  /dummy
  44. MANPATH /usr/lib/perl5/man      /dummy
  45. MANPATH /usr/kerberos/man       /dummy
  46. MANPATH /usr/local/man  /dummy
  47. #
  48. # Set up PATH to MANPATH mapping
  49. #
  50. # (these mappings are superfluous when the right hand side is
  51. # in the mandatory manpath already, but will keep man from statting
  52. # lots of other nearby files and directories)
  53. #
  54. MANPATH_MAP     /bin                    /usr/share/man
  55. MANPATH_MAP     /sbin                   /usr/share/man
  56. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/bin                /usr/share/man
  57. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/sbin               /usr/share/man
  58. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/local/bin          /usr/local/man
  59. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/local/sbin         /usr/local/man
  60. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/X11R6/bin          /usr/X11R6/man
  61. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/bin/X11            /usr/X11R6/man
  62. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/bin/mh             /usr/share/man
  63. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/kerberos/bin       /usr/kerberos/man
  64. MANPATH_MAP     /usr/kerberos/sbin      /usr/kerberos/man
  65. #
  66. # Useful paths - note that COL should not be defined when
  67. # NROFF is defined as "groff -Tascii" or "groff -Tlatin1";
  68. # not only is it superfluous, but it actually damages the output.
  69. #
  70. TROFF           /usr/bin/groff -Tps -mandoc
  71. NROFF           /usr/bin/man2html -H $VHOST -M $CGIPATH
  72. EQN             /usr/bin/geqn -Tps
  73. NEQN            /usr/bin/geqn -Tlatin1
  74. TBL             /bin/cat
  75. # COL           /usr/bin/col
  76. REFER           /usr/bin/grefer
  77. PIC             /usr/bin/gpic
  78. VGRIND         
  79. GRAP           
  80. PAGER           /usr/bin/less -isr
  81. CAT             /bin/cat
  82. #
  83. # The command "man -a xyzzy" will show all man pages for xyzzy.
  84. # When CMP is defined man will try to avoid showing the same
  85. # text twice. (But compressed pages compare unequal.)
  86. #
  87. CMP             /usr/bin/cmp -s
  88. #
  89. # Compress cat pages
  90. #
  91. COMPRESS        /bin/gzip
  92. COMPRESS_EXT    .gz
  93. #
  94. # Default manual sections (and order) to search if -S is not specified
  95. # and the MANSECT environment variable is not set.
  96. #
  97. MANSECT         1:8:2:3:4:5:6:7:9:tcl:n:l:p:o
  98. #
  99. # Default options to use when man is invoked without options
  100. # This is mainly for the benefit of those that think -a should be the default
  101. # Note that some systems have /usr/man/allman, causing pages to be shown twice.
  102. #
  103. # @noall@MANDEFOPTIONS  -a
  104. #
  105. # Decompress with given decompressor when input file has given extension
  106. # The command given must act as a filter.
  107. #
  108. .gz             /bin/gunzip -c
  109. .bz2            /usr/bin/bzip2 -c -d
  110. .z             
  111. .Z              /bin/zcat
  112. .F             
  113. .Y

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