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    Default where is the man pages for apache2 in 11.3

    I installed apache2 with 'zypper in apache2 apache2-doc' and there's no man pages,
    tried
    man apache2
    man apache
    man httpd

    nothing!

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    Default Re: where is the man pages for apache2 in 11.3

    man httpd or
    man httpd2
    worked for me.

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    Default Re: where is the man pages for apache2 in 11.3

    It is probably in /usr/share/apache2/manual/. You could have found this by looking what is installed by installing apache2-devel. (YaST > Software > Software management, search for apache-devel, select at right and choose the Fileslist tab below).

    And they are not man pages, but HTML (not unlogical when you know what Apache is). IIRC, when you have a running Apache and you did not remove it from the default configuration you can use http://localhost/manual/ in a browser.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: where is the man pages for apache2 in 11.3

    Quote Originally Posted by ken_yap View Post
    man httpd or
    man httpd2
    worked for me.
    Same here. And those man pages are installed with the apache2 package (they are thus more likely to be on your system even if you did not install apache2-doc).
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: where is the man pages for apache2 in 11.3

    OK, thanks, got it with man httpd, I guess I miss typed something before.

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