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From: vapnik spaknik @ 2020-06-23 14:16 UTC (permalink / raw)
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Hi, I'm running guix commit eaca906219b55406cecb25715fe025148a788da4 on Ubuntu 18.04.
When I run manpath from the command line I see that the first 2 directories listed are ${GUIX_PROFILE}/share/man and ${_GUIX_PROFILE}/share/man
I've checked the guix profiles, /etc/profile.d/ and other startup scripts (~/.zshrc, ~/.profile, /etc/profile, etc.), but I can't find any reference to the manpath. I've also checked the manpath documentation and /etc/manpath.config. So how does guix add directories to the manpath?
Can anyone enlighten me?

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