Subject: Re: man.conf entry for xorg package
To: Blair Sadewitz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 09/15/2006 11:58:53
> Might it be a good idea to have the Xorg package add a man.conf entry
> upon installation?
That could be useful. (Although in my case, I have all my X apps direct in
/usr/pkg/ not under /usr/pkg/Xorg because I am using modular Xorg
pkgsrc and pkgsrc-wip.)
I think there was some discussion about this man configuration previously.
Normally, pkgsrc should not touch out side of LOCALBASE (/usr/pkg/) but it
does create users, groups and adjusts /etc/shells.
On a Red Hat type system, this is done in /etc/man.config (or
/etc/man.conf) by adding the MANPATH setting, such as:
On my NetBSD system I adjusted my /etc/man.conf so pkg/share/man would
work for me -- note the "share/mn" is my PKGMANDIR.
Maybe for now, a note could be added to documentation on Xorg-libs
MESSAGE about the man path setup.