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=Man-pages-ru=
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Translation [http://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/index.html man-pages] in to Russian.
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* project page on [https://www.transifex.net/projects/p/man-pages/ Transifex]
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* project page on [http://sourceforge.net/projects/man-pages-ru/ SourceForge]
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* [https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/man-pages-ru-talks mailing list]
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=About the project=
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==Structure of man-pages==
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The man-pages sections are traditionally defined as follows:
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* ''man1'' - Commands (Programs) - Those commands that can be executed by the user from within a shell.
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* ''man2'' - System calls - Those functions which must be performed by the kernel.
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* ''man3'' - Library calls - Most of the libc functions.
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* ''man4'' - Special files (devices) - Files found in /dev.
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* ''man5'' - File formats and conventions - The format for /etc/passwd and other human-readable files.
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* ''man6'' - Games
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* ''man7'' - Conventions and miscellaneous - Overviews of various topics, conventions and protocols, character set standards, and miscellaneous other things.
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* ''man8'' - System management commands - Commands like mount(8), many of which only root can execute.

Latest revision as of 11:11, 2 July 2010

Man-pages-ru

Translation man-pages in to Russian.

About the project

Structure of man-pages

The man-pages sections are traditionally defined as follows:

  • man1 - Commands (Programs) - Those commands that can be executed by the user from within a shell.
  • man2 - System calls - Those functions which must be performed by the kernel.
  • man3 - Library calls - Most of the libc functions.
  • man4 - Special files (devices) - Files found in /dev.
  • man5 - File formats and conventions - The format for /etc/passwd and other human-readable files.
  • man6 - Games
  • man7 - Conventions and miscellaneous - Overviews of various topics, conventions and protocols, character set standards, and miscellaneous other things.
  • man8 - System management commands - Commands like mount(8), many of which only root can execute.