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Gman is a user-friendly graphical front end for the man system mostly designed for the new users of GNU/Linux. It can help a newbie find specific information or browse other man pages. It is particularly useful as a replacement for xman. Gman's most basic job is to build a database for all the man pages and display them (or part of them) as a list. When the user decides to read a specific man page, gman will launch a xterm window and call the traditional man system to display the man page in the window.
released on 30 May 2001
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2||Kelly Hopkins||30 May 2001|
Leaders and contributors
|Josip Rodin <firstname.lastname@example.org||Contributor|
Resources and communication
|Required to build||GTK+ 1.2.3 or above|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 8 April 2009.
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