manpages 5.09-2 source package in Ubuntu


manpages (5.09-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Resolve file conflict with manpages-dev=5.08-1.
    Thanks to Adam Borowski <email address hidden> (Closes: #973846)

 -- Dr. Tobias Quathamer <email address hidden>  Fri, 06 Nov 2020 10:08:51 +0100

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manpages_5.09-2.dsc 1.8 KiB ae1a09516365ad05b7de5bf571c06146d23d779d720ac207936a86ad211b741a
manpages_5.09.orig.tar.xz 1.7 MiB df1a3476bf63336f5e0335c4c2a992359b301999e9dfe44fb2cac7466aec0bf2
manpages_5.09-2.debian.tar.xz 75.4 KiB 35aa862f4ba978877c9d5f171ef315d205540f2813b38f2c779a08d15cf1d475

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manpages: Manual pages about using a GNU/Linux system

 This package contains GNU/Linux manual pages for these sections:
  4 = Devices (e.g. hd, sd).
  5 = File formats and protocols, syntaxes of several system
      files (e.g. wtmp, /etc/passwd, nfs).
  7 = Conventions and standards, macro packages, etc.
      (e.g. nroff, ascii).
 Sections 1, 6 and 8 are provided by the respective applications. This
 package only includes the intro man page describing the section.
 The man pages describe syntaxes of several system files.

manpages-dev: Manual pages about using GNU/Linux for development

 These man pages describe the Linux programming interface, including
 these two sections:
  2 = Linux system calls.
  3 = Library calls (note that a more comprehensive source of information
      may be found in the glibc-doc and glibc-doc-reference packages).