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Hello all! Almost totally newbie into the Linux-world. BUT! Managed to set up a server with the whole lot: web, mail, spamfilter, virusfilter, ftp etc. etc. The problem is that ...
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    My man-pages are gone...


    Hello all!

    Almost totally newbie into the Linux-world. BUT! Managed to set up a server with the whole lot: web, mail, spamfilter, virusfilter, ftp etc. etc.

    The problem is that I have cleaned up the system perhaps a bit too much.

    One way or the other I have deleted my man-pages in '/usr/local/man/'. These are used when I eg. run a 'sh /etc/postfix/post-install set-permissions' command.

    Question 1: How can I recreate these files (and do I need 'em)?

    Question 2: Are there any other (or better) way of letting the system (eg. Postfix) rebuild permissions, ownersship on my server?

    Thanks in advance!

    Best regards,

    Kristian Wind
    Denmark
    www.hovsa.dk

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    Server running...

    Perhaps I should tell you that the server is running Fedora Core 1...

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    Re: My man-pages are gone...

    Quote Originally Posted by kristianwind
    Almost totally newbie into the Linux-world.
    Yeah, you might need 'em.
    /IMHO
    //got nothin'
    ///this use to look better

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