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    Default How to find installed manual?

    I just installed the "Linux Kernel in a Nutshell Book" from the repositories and I'm not sure where to go to open it up. If I go to the KDE Help center I'm not able to find it there. I know that I can go to where the files were installed and I can see all of the pdf's that were installed, but I thought there would be a better way to open up this document than having to do that. Can anyone tell me what is the proper way to view this manual?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: How to find installed manual?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gumper View Post
    I just installed the "Linux Kernel in a Nutshell Book" from the repositories and I'm not sure where to go to open it up. If I go to the KDE Help center I'm not able to find it there. I know that I can go to where the files were installed and I can see all of the pdf's that were installed, but I thought there would be a better way to open up this document than having to do that. Can anyone tell me what is the proper way to view this manual?

    Thanks!
    /usr/share/doc/packages/linux-kernel-nutshell

    In some distros it may be a "LKN" folder

    For sure. you will want acrobat reader from non-oss
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