man seplib'' and get
No manual entry for seplib.you will need to add
setenv MANPATH $MANPATH":
MANPATH did not already end in a ``
Note the ``seplib'' man page is intended for those interested
in writing their own SEPlib programs.
You may find that sometimes SEPlib man pages get ``hidden'' behind
unrelated man pages that happen to have the same name.
For example if you do ``
man vplot'' you might see
vplot - plot graphics for a Versatec printerThis is not the man page for SEPlib's vplot. If this happens you should be able to get the right man page by being more specific, for example you could try doing ``
man l vplot'' to tell
manyou want only the ``local'' man pages. (This exact command might not work at your particular site; it depends on where the SEPlib man pages have been installed.)
Under some flavors of UNIX the ``
man'' command is buggy
and gets confused by man pages with ``similar'' names.
For example if you do
man vplottext you may always get the
vplot man page, which isn't what you asked for.
(This happens with CONVEX UNIX 9.0.)
If all else fails look around in the directory where the man pages
find the man-page source for what you want, and do something like
nroff -man vplottext.l | moreto format it. (And of course complain to the vendor!)