On 2000-01-22, Thomas Lockhart mentioned:
> > > > 2. grab the DSSSL stuff from http://www.nwalsh.com/docbook/dsssl
> > > > and unzip it somewhere (I chose /usr/share).
> > > FWIW, this stuff is available in a package as as docbook-stylesheets.
> > Ah - that's what they named it. I looked for a package called dsssl.
> > Where does the package install the files /usr/share, /usr/lib,
> > something else?
> > Thomas, change step 2 to:
> > 2. install the docbook-stylesheets package
> > apt-get install docbook-stylesheets
> > drop the unzip package from step 1.
> Actually, unless there is an objection I'll add the
> docbook-stylesheets package but will retain mention of the Norm Walsh
> zip files since these are usually a bit more up to date than those in
> a packaged distro. I use them on my Linux box even though there are
> rpms available...
I think a lot of people found sgmltools to work for them (and perhaps a
lot more would, if they knew about it). That way you don't have to get
five different things and tune them to each other.
Peter Eisentraut Sernanders väg 10:115
peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net 75262 Uppsala
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