How do you install man pages from and mount the Base Documentation CD-ROM?
These are the only filesets needed on the system to run man pages:
bos.html.en_US.cmds.cmds1 18.104.22.168 AIX Commands Reference 1 - U.S. bos.html.en_US.cmds.cmds2 22.214.171.124 AIX Commands Reference 2 - bos.html.en_US.cmds.cmds3 126.96.36.199 AIX Commands Reference 3 - bos.html.en_US.cmds.cmds4 188.8.131.52 AIX Commands Reference 4 - bos.html.en_US.cmds.cmds5 184.108.40.206 AIX Commands Reference 5 - U.S. bos.html.en_US.cmds.cmds6 220.127.116.11 AIX Commands Reference 6 - bos.html.en_US.nav 18.104.22.168 Online Navigation - U.S. bos.html.en_US.topnav.navigate
You can also mount the AIX 4.3 Base Documentation CD-ROM over /infocd and run /infocd/linkbasecd. This will link all the indexes on the CD-ROM and configure it so that you can run AIX 4.3 Base Documentation via a web browser. After the CD-ROM is mounted and configured, start your web browser and point it to:
This will provide you with man pages as well as access to the Base Documentation Library.
If you are running CDE, make sure the browser is installed and then select the appropriate documentation icon from the AIX CDE Help Manager. This will automatically point to the Base Documentation library.
To unmount the CD-ROM, run:
/infocd/unlinkbasecd unmount /infocd
For further information, refer to the AIX 4.3 Installation Guide and to the AIX 4.3 Quick Beginnings Guide, Chapter 7 (Accessing Online Information).
[ Doc Ref: 93327123713998 Publish Date: Aug. 20, 1999 4FAX Ref: none ]