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Re: writing HOWTO in DocBook 3.1 SGML
You're not writing in 3.1, you're writing in 3.0. Big
difference, at least when it comes to output.
Your first line should look like this:
<!DOCTYPE ArticlePUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN">
(I did this from memory, so it might be slightly off. Check one of the
existing HOWTOs (like the HOWTO-HOWTO) for the correct sequence.
Amir Malik wrote:
> I am writing a HOWTO in DocBook 3.1 SGML using the Red Hat 6.2 updated packages of Cygnus DocBook Tools.
> When I try to do 'db2html Enterprise-Linux-Server.sgml' I get thousands of errors! (I increased the # of errors to be output using the -E option). Most of the errors are about undefined tags.
> It output the HTML correctly, but the look-and-feel, however, is not like an LDP HOWTO!
> Here are the first few lines of the SGML source:
> <!DOCTYPE Article PUBLIC "-//Davenport//DTD DocBook V3.0//EN">
> <Title>Enterprise Linux Server HOWTO</Title>
> <Author><FirstName>by Amir Malik, <email@example.com>
> <PubDate>22 June 2000</PubDate>
> <ReleaseInfo>v0.1-beta, 22 June 2000</ReleaseInfo>
> <Abstract><Para>Little Intro...</Para></Abstract>
> <Chapter id="preface"><Title>Preface</Title>
> Is this correct? My feeling is that I don't have the correct LDP stylesheets/DTDs/DSSLs...
> I must have overlooked something really simple, can anyone help me?
> Thank you,
> Amir Malik
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