In my environment, I am installing a different vendor SSH server other than openSSH tended to meet our environment needs. When I issue a man ssh command, for example, I want it to point to the new vendor ssh server man page, rather than the openssh man page. The only way I have seen to do it so far is to physically copy all the man pages from the new ssh server to the /usr/local/man directory. Does anyone know of an easier/cleaner way to do this, such as a configuration file to point man to look the new man entries where I would provide a directory?
You can control what
in a bash shell:
You can see what it's set to with this command:
Don't be surprised if it's empty.
You can see the effect of these entries along with your