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From: Karel Koskuba <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: xman under OSX Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2003 19:44:54 +0000 References: <u+e34ZC$ouO+EwWy@golem.demon.co.uk> Dave Seaman <email@example.com> writes >Xman uses groff(1) to format the man page. If you look at the groff man >page, it mentions an environment variable GROFF_TYPESETTER that >determines the default device. This is normally assumed to be a device >that can accept PostScript. If you set GROFF_TYPESETTER to "ascii" >before running xman, it solves the problem.
and so it does :^) Many thanks for your help. Karel
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