This program, utility or function does not have a useful manpage.
Before opening a bug to report this, please check with the Debian Bug
Tracking System (BTS) at <http://bugs.debian.org/> if a bug has already
been reported. If not, you can submit a wishlist bug if you want.
If you are a competent and accurate writer and are willing to spend the
time reading the source code and writing good manpages please write a
better man page than this one. Please contact the package maintainer
and copy firstname.lastname@example.org in order to avoid several people work-
ing on the same manpage.
Even if you are not an accurate writer, your input may be helpful.
Writing manual pages is quite easy, the format is described in man(7).
The most important and time-consuming task is to collect the informa-
tion to be put in the new manpage.
It is possible that the man page for the command you specified is
installed and that your manual page index caches are out of sync. You
should try running mandb(8).
Try the following options if you want more information:
foo --help, foo -h, foo -?
whatis foo, apropos foo
dpkg --listfiles foo, dpkg --search foo
find / -name '*foo*'
Additionally, check the directories /usr/share/doc/foo, /usr/lib/foo.
The documentation might be in a package starting with the same name as
the package the software belongs to, but ending with -doc or -docs.
If you still didn't find the information you are looking for you might
consider posting a call for help to email@example.com.
info(1), whatis(1), apropos(1), dpkg(8), locate(1), find(1), updat-
edb(1), undocumented(3), man(7), mandb(8), missing(7).
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