info is the gnu Info document reader.
You may want to use pinfo instead, which has lynx keybindings and highlights links in colour

You can pass a menu hierarchy as options on the command line, For e.g:
info bash "Bash Features" "Bash Startup Files"

or extract a section like:
info coreutils "Symbolic modes" --subnodes -o-
tabmove cursor to next linkLinks have a * prepended
Enterfollow link under cursor 
ssearch for stringS searches case insensitive. Search is global to all nodes
bstart of node 
ttop node 
nnext (sibling) node 
pprevious (sibling) node 
uparent node 
?show key bindings 
© Mar 14 2006