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How to install man pages for C standard library functions in Ubuntu?

How to install man pages for C standard library functions in Ubuntu?

In my university, I can do such things as:

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Guest [Entry]

"Install the manpages-dev and manpages-posix-dev (thanks ChristopheD) packages. You should be able to find them in synaptic, or type

apt-get install manpages-dev
apt-get install manpages-posix-dev

at the command line."
Guest [Entry]

"You may find glibc-doc package useful as well. From http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/glibc-doc:

Contains The GNU C Library Reference
manual in info and html format as well
as the man pages for libpthread
functions and the complete GNU C
Library ChangeLog."
Guest [Entry]

It always annoys me about ubuntu that I have to go searching around for the man pages and info pages to load. Fedora installs docs by default. At least they seem to be looking at it: http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/10240/
It always annoys me about ubuntu that I have to go searching around for the man pages and info pages to load. Fedora installs docs by default. At least they seem to be looking at it: http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/10240/