website docs (online man pages) vs. local man pages

David Mihm (dmihm@rchitecture.com)
Fri, 28 Jul 2000 12:49:29 -0500 (CDT)


	Okay, so now that I feel dumb - not realizing people were
referring to the man pages _I_ put on the website when they mention
<modulename>.html.  Let me start by saying, the man pages that are
_already_ on your machine are more current than the ones on the website.
It would behoove everyone to use these shipped man pages over the ones on
the website.  I lost my scripts which created those pages, and have not
had a chance to update them since the date they indicate.  Likewise if you
look on the man pages themselves, you'll see the date of them actually
being in this century. :)

	Yes, I know there are those people out there that will say why do
I keep those on the website if they are out of date and/or why can't you
take the time to make new scripts; and I say, something is always better
than nothing and/or submissions are always welcome. :)

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