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DWWW(1)                                       Debian                                      DWWW(1)

       dwww - access documentation via WWW

       dwww program-name | package-name

       A  typical  Linux  system  has  documentation  in  many formats (manual pages, info files,
       READMEs, and so on).  dwww makes it possible to access all of these via  the  same  inter‐
       face, a WWW browser.  This makes it easier to use the documentation.

       To use dwww, load the URL given in the SYNOPSIS.  If you have a web browser installed, you
       can also just run the dwww command which loads the URL.  If BROWSER  environment  variable
       is set, dwww uses sensible-browser(1) to load the URL.  Otherwise, dwww first tries to use
       browser  specified  by  DWWW_BROWSER  or  DWWW_X11_BROWSER  configuration  variable   (cf.
       dwww(7)), than will use sensible-browser(1) command.

       If optional argument program-name or package-name is specified, dwww will search all docu‐
       mentation related to given program or package.

              Program used to load the above mentioned URL.

              Configuration file for dwww.

       dwww-find(8), dwww(7), sensible-browser(1).

       Lars Wirzenius <liw AT iki.fi>. Modified by Robert Luberda <robert AT debian.org>.
       Bugs   should   be    reported    via    the     Debian    Bug    Tracking    System    at

       dwww  is  licensed  via  the  GNU  General  Public License.  While it has been written for
       Debian, porting it to other systems is strongly encouraged.

dwww 1.11.1                            February 15th, 2009                                DWWW(1)

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