If you use konqueror you can enter "man:<topic>" in the browser to read an html version.
This also works for info manuals as well: "info:<topic>".
If you want to produce hard copy of a manpage, since it is troff source, I would prefer using
man -t <topic> | lpr
to print it out.
You can simply read it like:
man -t <topic> | kghostview -
A different postscript viewer could be used as well.
If you have the ghostscript-library package, the ps2pdf program can come in handy:
man -t find | ps2pdf - find.man.pdf
Last edited by jschiwal; 05-22-2008 at 03:30 AM.
Reason: ps2pdf output redirection removed. Works but not needed.