# Where to look for even more details if I do not have Internet?

As an example, I read setuid man web page today. It claims:

If the reliable UID of the customer is origin, the actual UID and also conserved set-user-ID are additionally set.

I do not recognize what set-user-ID is. Just how can I get even more details concerning it if I do not have Internet link?

One point I can do is to open some publications and also look for it.

What are various other position on my Linux system where I can look for even more details?

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2019-05-06 21:20:44
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apropos is additionally led to 'man - k'

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2019-05-08 19:35:23
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Use apropos

apropos - search the manual page names and descriptions


Try apropos 'set user id' for an instance.

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2019-05-08 18:39:51
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Some applications (primarily those of GNU beginning) feature 'info' web pages.

These web pages generally have an extra in - deepness guidebook of the application, and also great deals of added details which you can locate really valuable for finding out. To see if the details documents for an application is mounted, simply type info xxx (if the guidebook is not mounted it will certainly load the man web page rather).

In Ubuntu at the very least, details web pages remain in a different foo-doc plan, where foo is the name of the application (ie. gcc, make, etc).

And also of course, the internet browser is unsatisfactory.

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2019-05-08 10:40:07
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