Linux operating system consists of many packages maintained by many developer communities. These Linux software packages usually are shipped with manuals as man pages, documents in HTML or txt or PDF or info pages. On SysTutorials, we provide reliable online Linux document pages for easier reading or reference.
The Linux man pages is an important part of Linux manuals. Linux man pages are organized as several sections. Each section has a group of commands for a specific area in Linux usage, administration or development. Here is a list of the sections and introductions to them:
Section 1: user commands and tools Section 2: system calls Section 3: library functions Section 4: special files Section 5: file formats Section 6: games Section 7: overview, conventions, and miscellany Section 8: administration and privileged commands Section l: math library functions
An important part of any software system is it documentations for developers and manuals for maintaining and using of the software. You can find here the packages manuals shipped with Linux packages. These documents or manuals are usually stored under
/usr/share/doc on an installed Linux system.
We collect some of them and organize them as easy-to-view web pages online so that you can view them any time no matter whether you have or have not a Linux system by hand which has not has not your software installed with the manuals you want to read.