Hello all, I am new to netbsd and was wondering if the philosophy is equal/similar to freebsd/openbsd...
I mean, in openbsd/freebsd it seems that most of the info is contained within the man pages.
Unfortunately to me it seemed that this is not true with netbsd.
For example: executing
man man on netbsd does not provide any information on the man section pages,
while on openbsd/freebsd we have a full-fledged man page with a lot more of information.
Other examples are also on other basic man pages, e.g.,
man ls, I have noticed that other BSDs also contain
frequently an "EXAMPLES" section, this is not instead always true for netbsd.
Does anybody know if simply netbsd man pages are not that good, or if i am missing some additional package to
enrich the man pages?
P.S.: Is there any man page on the system containing the list of man sections with their descriptions?