How to View Colored Man Pages in Linux

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Aaron Kili

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4 Responses

  1. Israel says:

    Really interesting and useful tip. Although I prefer to add these kind of changes in /etc/profile.d instead of editing /.bashrc file.

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Israel

      Okay, adding these kind of changes in /etc/profile.d applies for all users on the system – a global configuration(unless you intend the tip to be used in that way), and ~/.bashrc file works only for a specific user(which we intended while preparing this article). Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us.

  2. lujun9972 says:

    Typo
    In Unix-like operating systems, a man page (in full manual page) is a documentation for a terminal-based program/*too*/utility (commonly known as a command).
    I think you mean tool?

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