I've made two dark themes, one for Bugzilla and one for the Manual Pages.
I am not a web designer so it's far from perfect, but at least it's not bright anymore and it feels more comfortable for my eyes.
For those who are interested, instructions are in links below...
I am creating a new port. The program is written in Go and the source has a man page (1). You can find it here: https://github.com/steffenfritz/mxcheck
I wrote a Makefile, make stage and make stage-qa are working without problems, everything's in place, i.e. the binary is in...
Before I open a bug for a part of the page that's wrong:
does anyone else have corrections, or suggestions for improvement?
is there a page or way to list out all the C functions (supported in FreeBSD) that are available?
that are classified based on graphics, file i/o, system calls, networking; etc.
for example, if i want to code in networking part, i may not know that some functions are available, but going...
Hi i'm wondering that Synopsis in man pages are not described. For a Unix beginner is that a little frustrating. If i'm blind tell me where i can found that information.
I have searched this in the internet but i thought it's offline available.
The man page for 'man(1)' lists titles for nine man page sections:
FreeBSD General Commands Manual
FreeBSD System Calls Manual
FreeBSD Library Functions Manual
FreeBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual
FreeBSD File Formats Manual
FreeBSD Games Manual
FreeBSD Miscellaneous Information Manual
I'm not quite sure if this is a bug or not, and I deeply apologize if it's not, but there is something I've noticed...
None of the programs I have installed through ports (vim, cups, xterm, etc) appear to have man pages installed, although all the base programs do and they work fine. These...
I want to modernize the man pages of the BSD systems.
In my opinion the modern man pages should be organized under the use cases of the tools. Today they are organized following the options and commands of the tools. For example the ls man page shows the options -a and -A and so on. I...