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Re: Jade/docbook.cat installation failure
- Subject: Re: Jade/docbook.cat installation failure
- From: Mark Komarinski <>
- Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 10:29:51 -0400
- Resent-date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 10:30:35 -0400 (EDT)
- Resent-message-id: <xFKya.A.c8C.RtE95@murphy>
Can you send me your SGML file? I'll test it out here. Sounds like there's
a catalog problem if you're getting DTDDECL errors, or there's a problem with
your DTD declaration.
> I have made two separate attempts to install jade-1.2.1 with an inability to
> convert the downloaded test.sgm file. I am running on Redhat 6.2.
> The procedure I used was to do the following:
> 1. Download jade-1_2_1_tar.gz and put on /usr/local/sgml
> 2. Download the Norman Walsh db157.zip file on a windows platform, unzip the
> file using winzip and then copy the docbook folder to Linux at
> 3. Download the dockbk41.zip file on a windows platform, unzip the file using
> winzip and copy the unzipped files to Linux at /usr/local/sgml/dtd/.
> 4. Add the SGML_CATALOG_FILES variable to the Linux environment with the
> 4. Install jade from the /usr/local/sgml folder with the commands:
> make all
> 5. Copy the downloaded test files "jtest.sgm" and "jtest.dsl" to
> 6. Run the test with the command "jade-1.2.1/jade/jade -t rtf -d jtest.dsl
> The results I get are three copies of the following line:
> jade:/usr/local/sgml/dtd/docbook.cat:22:0:W: DTDDECL catalog entries are not
> However, the jtest.rtf file appears to be created.
> But when I run the following command line on the test file I created with the
> command "jade-1.2.1/jade/jade -t sgml -i html -d
> /usr/local/sgml/dsssl/docbook/html/docbook.dsl Linuxusersg.sgml", I get a pile
> of errors such as:
> jade:Linuxusersg.sgml:22:13:E: element "TITLE" undefined
> jade:Linuxusersg.sgml:23:5:E element "PARA" undefined
> jade:Linuxusersg.sgml:29:12:E element "ORDEREDLIST" undefined
> also I get piles of the above "DTDDECL catalog entries are not supported" error
> message intermixed.
> The Linuxusersg.sgml file was created using epicEdit version .91called "sgedit"
> in Mark Komarinski's "LDP Author Guide"
> Does any one know what I am doing wrong or what I need to do to get this to
> Thanks for your help.
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