Thank you all for your reply; I'm so impressed with Touch. Definitely a keeper.
you can always Google man pages for specific things when on the go, even narrow it down by distro and its version when searching.
I had just spent about 45min searching for a ubuntu-app-launcher man page (saw and used the command in vid) before posting this; not convenient.
If you want to have man pages in the terminal (which absolutely makes sense when thinking of convergence!) you could put them and
~/binmanually and set the environment variable
INFOPATHaccordingly. Or make a click package for it which installs it to
MANPATH=/opt/click.ubuntu.com/man.yourname/current/manor whatever in
~/.profile... That would be cool, I would install it too!
@hummlbach Or, simply install them in libertine and access them inside the container.
Yep, definitely going for the computer in a pocket; I'm absolutely going to implement 'man' with or without the continuation of the precedent :0] Thank goodness this OS makes that possible. Thanks for the tips.
Thank you all for your time! Good to meet you.