I don't know what's going on here, and I don't know where I should post this.
I recently tried a "man bash", and the man pages for bash are gone. They are not in "/usr/man/man1" like they should be, and at one time were.
Here's the strange thing:
[skoal@morpheus man1]$ pacman -Qs bash
The GNU Bourne Again shell
I just resynced my ABS, and I only have the 3.0-3 PKGBUILD. When I rebuilt that version in my abs tree, the man pages are clearly there in "/usr/man/man1".
* How do I have a more recent version of "bash" than what's synced in my ABS tree? Secondly, why does that newer version not supply the basic man page for it?
I just upgraded to bash 3.0-5
A "pacman -Ql bash" shows that the man pages are not in the package. I will submit a bug report.
Hey, thanks "frosty". I thought I was losing it there for a second.
You did it :-)
I added comments about the problem (it's related to info pages installation) . I think this can be easly fixed.
BTW my abs has the latest version of bash PKGBUILD (3.0-5).
[..]BTW my abs has the latest version of bash PKGBUILD (3.0-5).
I synced this morning and it was 3.0-3 before I made this post. After seeing yalls replies a few hours ago, I resynced and now have 3.0-5 too. I must have been "fortunate" enough to hit the server in between it's updates.
Ah, sweet...3.0-6. I got my man pages back baby.
Dibble, everything is running pretty smooth over here. No cpu spikes. My bash procs only chew up ~<0.1% of the CPU at any given time.