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Subject: Re: [docbook] Problems compiling with docbook under mandrake


Can you send:

- your doctype definition;
- the first lines of output of your docbook2html command.


Le dim 11/05/2003 à 16:54, Journeyman a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> I've just subscribed the list, I'll try to give a glance to the previous msgs but definitively I need help about this.
> I need to write some tech docs in docbook format to be then converted in html.
> Now I suppose I've installed everything I need (shipped with my mdk 9.1), as follows:
> docbook-utils-0.6.12-2mdk
> jadetex-3.12-79mdk
> openjade-1.3.1-14mdk
> perl-SGMLSpm-1.03ii-4mdk
> docbook-style-dsssl-1.77-4mdk
> docbook-style-dsssl-doc-1.77-3mdk
> docbook-dtd41-sgml-1.0-6mdk
> sgml-common-0.6.3-7mdk
> sgml-tools-1.0.9-8.3mdk
> but when I give the cmd to compile docbook -> html I have this error:
> $ docbook2html -u manual.docbook # with manual.docbook v.4.1
> It outputs tons of errors of elements undefined, every tag is "element undefined", I really dont know what to do ... what to install more ... 
> I tried to look for help on usenet, but ho historical data on google ... I have even followed the steps at mandrakelinux.com to install docbook from rpm but it didnt help (pls note Im using blackbox and not KDE).
> Again, Im helpless, I know jack about docbook but I *need* to write documentation for an OS project. Every piece of advice will be appreciated ... 
> thx,bye
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