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Re: Fwd: LDAP Howto
The lines are getting cut off because they are currently tagged as
verbatim areas (in the SGML and in the built HTML), and extend beyond
the margin of the PDF file. The lines in question are over 100 chars
in length, as exhibited here:
and in the SGML:
This directive specifies the default access to grant requesters when no
access directives have been
If those become non-verbatim areas, the problem should be resolved.
Perhaps a "description" list (in linuxdoc) might work to give you
the proper results:
This directive specifies the default access...
Greg Ferguson - s/w engr / mtlhd | gferg at sgi.com
SGI Tech Pubs - http://techpubs.sgi.com/ |
Linux Doc Project - http://www.linuxdoc.org/ | gferg at metalab.unc.edu
On Nov 28, 8:03am, Luiz Ernesto Pinheiro Malere wrote:
> Subject: Fwd: LDAP Howto
> LDP staff,
> I'm forwarding an email from a Linux Doc user
> regarding a problem with the .pdf version of the Ldap
> I apologize if this is not the correct address for
> posting this kind of issue, anyway I hope to hear a
> response from you.
> Great regards,
> Luiz Malere.
> Note: forwarded message attached.
> Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 19:30:49 -0500
> From: Matthew Riedel <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: LDAP Howto
> Your LDAP howto is very useful, thank you for taking the time to put
> it together. However, and I'm not sure if you're the right person to
> contact about this (forgive me if I am wrong), the PDF version of the
> document on the linuxdoc.org web site cuts the ends off of sentences
> (most notably in the 3.x sections, where they are explaining what the
> different configuration options do).
> I apologize if you are not the person to contact about this. Thank
> you for your time, unfortunately, I am not sure who to bring this to the
> attention of.
> Thanks for the time you've dedicated to helping others with their LDAP
> problems. :)
> Matt Riedel
>-- End of excerpt from Luiz Ernesto Pinheiro Malere
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