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Manual Reference Pages  -  JMANPATH (1)

NAME

jmanpath - determine user’s search path for Japanese man pages

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Environment
Files
See Also
Bugs

SYNOPSIS

jmanpath [-q]

DESCRIPTION

Jmanpath tries to determine the user’s Japanese manpath from a set of system defaults and the user’s PATH, echoing the result to the standard output. Warnings and errors are written to the standard error. If a directory in the user’s path is not listed in the /etc/manpath.config file, jmanpath looks for the subdirectories man or MAN. If they exist, they are added to the search path.

Jmanpath is used by jman(1) to determine the search path, so user normally don’t need to set the MANPATH environment variable directly.

The options are as follows:
-q Operate quietly. Only echo the final manpath.

ENVIRONMENT

MANPATH
  If MANPATH is set, jmanpath echoes its value on the standard output and issues a warning on the standard error.

FILES

/etc/manpath.config
  System configuration file.

SEE ALSO

japropos(1), jman(1), jwhatis(1)

BUGS

None known.
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