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A comprehensive collection of Linux/Unix manpages for you to browse on your iPhone. Also comes packed with cheatsheets which are tldr versions of those lengthy manpages. Features - Huge collection of manpages - Powerful Search feature to Search and Filter based on sections - Carefully crafted mobile friendly manpages - Cheatsheets are tldr version of manages, so you don't need to read those long man pages when you are in a hurry - All this is available offline! if any manpage is missing, please request it at https://goo.gl/forms/BkPx3ggn6jqm09A93 Cheatsheets are powered using tldr-pages (https://github.com/tldr-pages/tldr)
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This would be a nice app for looking up Linux commands but unfortunately it does not have the newer Linux commands that are in Linux. For example, you can’t find references to nmcli, systemctl, setfacl, getfacl, etc. Without these, this reference app falls short for many if not all newer Linux distributions.
I downloaded this specifically for the rsync command but it is not included. From that I suspect there are others.
Developed by Praveen Gowda I V.
LinuxDocs is ranking in Reference & Education
Last update was at Jul 08, 2021and the current version is 2.0.
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LinuxDocs have a 2a user reviews.