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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: docbook->tex on Windows

I configured MikteX for my PC running Windows NT long time ago, but I remember
quite well that I had to do a search in the net for some things (perhaps like the
one you point to).

You should find fancyhdr.sty in /miktex/tex/jadetex/cooked in your hard disk.
"installjadetex.bat" copies it to ../tex/latex/tools.
BTW: Have you run "installjadetex.bat"? Check also the "cooked" subdirectory.

Hope this helps.


Juan R. Migoya

"John S. Rhoades" wrote:
> I'm trying to set up docbook to generate pdf files via LaTeX on Windows NT.
> I have MikTex version 1.20 and jade version 1.2.1.
> When I do "make -f Makefile.jadetex" on Windows NT 4.0 (make is GNU make
> from Cygnus), it fails. First there is no "hugelatex.tex" in MikTex, so the
> command "tex -ini "&hugelatex" jadetex.ini" fails. If I change "&hugelatex"
> to "latex", I get a little further, finally stopped by the error message
> ! LaTeX Error: File `fancyhdr.sty' not found.
> Of course the messages is correct; MikTex doesn't contain the fancyhdr
> package. Simply copying fancyhdr from a Linux distro of TeX to my PC doesn't
> work, I guess I have to somehow tell LaTeX the package exists? I don't know
> how to do this (I'm not a TeX expert).
> In short, it appears that jadetex expects a particular configuration of
> LaTeX. Is this right and what version is that? I'm not committed to MikTex.
> /s jsr

Juan R. Migoya
Ingelectric-Team, S.A.
Area de Aparatos y Equipos
Tel. 94 403 98 30
Fax. 94 403 96 80

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