$ tar xvfz groff-utf8.tar.gz $ cd groff-utf8 $ make $ make install PREFIX=/usr/local # Choose a PREFIX directory in such # a way that $PREFIX/bin is in your # $PATH.
$ groff-utf8 -Tutf8 -mandoc find.vi.1 | less $ groff-utf8 -Thtml -mandoc find.vi.1 > find.html; mozilla find.html
You can also in
/etc/manpath.config edit the definitions of the variables
nroff, to use
groff-utf8 instead of
Of course this is only a stopgap measure, until groff can process UTF-8 encoded man pages by itself, sometime in the future.
Last modified: 5 July 2005.