This has got to be the dumbest question ever asked ... nevertheless, I'm stumped.
I lack knowedge about shell command foo
(at this point, foo
is nearly anything but cd
). So, I type man foo
and get all the info on foo; it's many pages worth of text but that's fine. I get the information I need, and am ready to actually use the foo
How the (beepi-di-beep) do I exit man
?? I've tried Ctrl-Break, Ctrl-C, Ctrl-Q, Ctrl-X, Esc, Enter, Ctrl-Shift-Caps-Alt-Æ-Ø-Å, but I can't figure it out! I always end up killing the shell window and opening up a new one (I can do this because I'm in the relative safety of a gui), but there's gotta be a proper way.
Even man man
says nothing about this, which means I'm allowed to moan and beg here. Moan! Beg! Help!