After finished reading a man page manual, press “q” on your keyboard to quite or exit the page.
Linux manual pages can be easily accessed via the terminal by typing man program-name.
Manual or info page navigation can be accomplished by using the up and down arrow keys or in some cases, by pressing enter for more
Once your finished viewing a manual or info page, you can exit or close the manual by simply pressing q. This will return you to the command prompt within the open terminal.
Example usage of man page:
Note: Info can be used in place of man to access informational pages. For example: info ftp
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