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<h1>Downloading <em>man-pages</em></h1>
You can download the latest <em>man-pages</em> tarball
<a href="">here</a>;
older tarballs can be found
<a href="">here</a>.
The tarballs for the <em>man-pages-1.*</em> releases can be found
<a href="">here</a>.
<a href="">Git</a>,
you can obtain the very latest version of <em>man-pages</em>
using the following command:
$ <strong>git clone git://</strong>
<pre class="shell">$ <strong>git clone</strong>
You can see what's recently been pushed to via CGit:
<a href=""></a>.
$ <strong>git clone</strong>
Since the 2011 outage,
there is also a secondary Git repository at
<a href=""></a>.
However, that repo is updated less frequently;
the repository should be considered the canonical Git repository.
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