<<update. Please ignore. /usr/share/man isn't used by slax, they use /usr/man! duplicates all over the place.

So I created a man page for a program of mine on and it (the man page) works fine on centos and ubuntu. I am able to call it with man <name>

But I copied to my slax machine and I can run it manually as in man ./<name> and it comes up fine, and the formatting looks good, but I cannot do man <name>, it says no help available.

Is there something special I need to do for slax to activate the man page?
BTW, other man pages come up, so man is enabled on my slax

Best Regards