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.TH netscape-man 1 "Jul 20, 1996" "Debian/GNU Linux"
.LO 1
.SH NAME
netscape-man \- format and display the on-line manual pages
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B netscape-man
[ \fIsection\fP ] \fIname\fP
.br
.B netscape-man
[ \fIsection\fP ] [ intro ]
.SH DESCRIPTION
The 
.B netscape-man
script is an interface to \fBman2html\fP(8) that allows you to enter man page
requests at the command line and view the output in \fBnetscape\fP(1).
If you are already running netscape, the script will pass the request to the
existing browser.  You can can use your shell to alias the name to
something shorter if you wish.

Supply the section and page name, or the page name only.

Supplying just the section name will cause a name-only index for that
section to be presented.

Supplying the section name and the word "intro" will cause the name-subject
index for that section to be presented.
.SH "SEE ALSO"
.BR netscape (1),
.BR man2html (8),
.BR man (1).

http://www.mcom.com/newsref/std/x-remote.html