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PostSubject: Easy info pages   Mon Mar 15, 2010 6:07 pm

Man pages are easy to read (if not always easy to understand) but some programs put their best documentation in info pages. The info page reader uses some arcane keystrokes to navigate what is basically hypertext, making it unintuitive for less-than-regular users. So use a hypertext reader you are used to: a web browser.
Type info:progname into Konqueror (or the Alt+F2 Run command requester) to read an info page as if it were a web page, complete with clickable links.

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