autofs man page too old on my ubuntu LTS 10.04
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 4:04 PM, Peng Yu <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have the following autofs man page, which is too old.
> I tried to search 'autofs' on http://packages.ubuntu.com/ *under
> "Search the contents of packages". But I don't see which package I
> should install to get the latest man page. Could anybody show me what
> is the proper way to search a package? In particular, what package I
> should install to get the latest man page of autofs?
When I just tried searching the contents of packages at
http://packages.ubuntu.com, it showed that /etc/init.d/autofs was in
the autofs5 package. When I run
$ apt-file list autofs5
I see that it installs man pages for autofs5.
If you don't have apt-file installed, you can install it with:
$ sudo aptitude install apt-file
$ sudo apt-file update
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