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3 hours later…
4:47 AM
@dn-ʞɔɐqɹW That's funny. Thanks for the link, though I am not sure why I am so favored.
 
 
3 hours later…
8:12 AM
@dn-ʞɔɐqɹW Fabby, is that you?
And for the record, I'm not a fan of upside down nicks. Though I'm impressed that's it is even possible to do that.
 
 
2 hours later…
9:46 AM
@FaheemMitha Because it made me think of you!
;-)
@FaheemMitha yes!
@FaheemMitha They're just a bunch of characters picked from the UNICODE set to just look like they're upside down!
E.G. D and N are the first letters of my new name...
then a dash, a Runic symbol, etc...
 
10:26 AM
hello @dn-ʞɔɐqɹW :)
as u seem the only one still being online
 
10:48 AM
Hello @JeffSchaller
 
 
1 hour later…
11:57 AM
@privetDruzia hello
 
12:52 PM
@privetDruzia sorry, i wasn't... I closed my browser before logging out...
 
1:23 PM
Does the Linux man program not support per man-tree whatis databases? I can't seem to get makewhatis to behave, let alone man -k/apropos or man -f/whatis.
At issue is that we have various project trees with their own manpages that aren't part of the system installation. Using a MANPATH setting is fine for that when it comes to man itself, but makewhatis, whatis, and apropos all seem broken.
Even when you give the Linux makewhatis program a man directory argument, the Linux tries to touch the system /var/cache/man, which of course users cannot do.
Surely there must be some mistake here.
Oh for goodness sake, they're still running that horrible 1992 version.
Which is a shell-script-from-hell.
is disappoint
I'll have to run my own. Again.
 

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