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Puh, Xman is pretty old, not sure it still exists. At least, it does not in Fedora's software repository.

Do you need Xman or is the simple man maybe enough?

Also, these days many manuals can be found online on sites like https://linux.die.net/man/, http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/index.html, and https://readthedocs.org/

Finally, you can open your man pages in a browser using the following:

man --html=firefox <command>

Example: man --html=firefox dnf

Puh, Xman is pretty old, not sure it still exists. At least, it does not in Fedora's software repository.

Do you need Xman or is the simple man maybe enough?

Also, these days many manuals There are other solutions as well, not sure if you are aware of them and if any of those suits your needs:

  1. Online Manuals:

    can be found online on sites like https://linux.die.net/man/, http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/index.html, and https://readthedocs.org/

  2. Help Browser yelp: Syntax would be yelp man:<command>, Example: yelp man:ls

  3. Open man pages as HTML in your browser:

Finally, you You can open your any man pages page in a browser using the following:

man --html=firefox <command>

, Example: man --html=firefox dnf

Puh, Xman is pretty old, not sure it still exists. At least, it does not in Fedora's software repository.

Do you need Xman or is the simple man maybe enough?

There are other solutions as well, not sure if you are aware of them and if any of those suits your needs:

  1. Online Manuals:

    can be found online on sites like https://linux.die.net/man/, http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/index.html, and https://readthedocs.org/

  2. Help Browser yelp: Syntax would be yelp man:<command>, Example: yelp man:ls

  3. Open man pages as HTML in your browser:

You can open any man page in a browser using the following: man --html=firefox <command>, Example: man --html=firefox dnf

Puh, Xman is pretty old, not sure it still exists. At least, it does not It may be alive in Fedora's software repository.

Do you need Xman or is the simple a package called manxorg-x11-apps maybe enough? . Try that.

There are other solutions as well, not sure if you are aware of them and if any of those suits your needs:

  1. Online Manuals:

    can be found online on sites like https://linux.die.net/man/, http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/index.html, and https://readthedocs.org/

  2. Help Browser yelp: Syntax would be yelp man:<command>, Example: yelp man:ls

  3. Open man pages as HTML in your browser: open any man page in a browser using the following: man --html=firefox <command>, Example: man --html=firefox dnf

Puh, Xman is pretty old, not sure it still exists. It may used to be alive in a package called part of xorg-x11-apps. Try that. or x11-apps but looking at the content of that package it does not seem to be anymore.

There are other solutions as well, not sure if you are aware of them and if any of those suits your needs:

  1. Online Manuals:

    can be found online on sites like https://linux.die.net/man/, http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/index.html, and https://readthedocs.org/

  2. Help Browser yelp: Syntax would be yelp man:<command>, Example: yelp man:ls

  3. Open man pages as HTML in your browser: open any man page in a browser using the following: man --html=firefox <command>, Example: man --html=firefox dnf