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# Copyright (c) 2004 Jason McIntyre <jmc@openbsd.org>
#
# Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any
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The documents in this directory consist of various, miscellaneous, system docs:
html/ HTML documents for bind, curses, httpd, lynx, and milter
psd/ UNIX Programmer's Supplementary Documents
smm/ UNIX System Manager's Manuals
usd/ UNIX User's Supplementary Documents
The documentation in the psd, smm, and usd subdirectories are roff source,
and can be used to generate documents in any of the formats available to the
groff(1) document formatting system.
Within any given subdirectory, simply typing:
# make
will generate a pre-formatted document in PostScript format, called `paper.ps'.
The document can be viewed with the help of a PostScript viewer, such as
`ghostview' or `gv', and the PostScript back-end `ghostscript'. See ports(7)
and packages(7) for further information on how to install this software.
ASCII text format documents, suitable for viewing with a pager such as
less(1), can be generated by typing:
# make paper.txt
However, the PostScript output is much prettier :)
The documentation in the html subdirectory can by viewed using any HTML-capable
browser such as lynx(1).
Note: Some of the subdirectories are empty, for a variety of reasons:
the papers are simply out of date; the papers refer to applications no
longer installed on the system; licensing issues; the papers have been
superseded by GNU info(1) files, etc.