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Re: Rendering DocBook

Drat. You're right. I guess I'll just have to find another style sheet I 
like or hack up my own. Thanks for the help, everyone, I appreciate
the quick responses. :)

On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 03:54:26PM -0700, Gregory Leblanc wrote:
> Look at the Cable Modem HOWTO, it's different than the others, because it
> was processed from DocBook source.  Personally, I haven't had any luck with
> SGMLtools, and they're a REAL pain to get to compile on Solaris.  I just use
> the RPM packages from sourceware.cygnus.com, and I've had pretty good luck
> with all of my stuff.  The LDP doesn't have a custom set of stylesheets,
> yet, although Godoy has thought and talked about it a little.  We're
> "DocBook friendly", not necessarily "DocBook ready", in that we can work
> with your DocBook if you know what you're doing, but not 100% there on being
> able to help out now (since Godoy is the only person who really seems to
> know what he's doing.  Hmm, Gary probably has a clue, but I don't know if
> he's subscribed here.  As for myself, I'm just about clueless).

Chris Armstrong

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