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Subject: DocBook Fink report
Feeling brave, I installed Fink (a package management system for Mac OS X) and tried to follow the instructions on http://wiki.docbook.org/topic/FinkPackages Here are my results: docbook-bundle - installed OK docbook-utils - installed OK psgml - couldn't find it!!! openjade - already installed opensp3 - installed OK jadetex - already installed libxslt - installed OK libxml2 - installed OK Googling around, the only "psgml" that looks relevant is http://sourceforge.net/projects/psgml, an Emacs mode for SGML and XML. I don't use Emacs, so this isn't likely to be an issue. Moving right along, I started working my way through "Writing Documentation Using DocBook: A Crash Course" http://opensource.bureau-cornavin.com/crash-course Section 2.3 told me to run $ docbook2html myfile.docbook Sadly no such command was on my path. After trying Fink's "pathsetup.app", I simply edited my ~/.cshrc file to include the command "source /sw/bin/init.csh". This put /sw/[s]bin in my $PATH. However, docbook2html was still unavailable. So, I'm stuck. Help? -r -- email: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: +1 650-873-7841 http://www.cfcl.com - Canta Forda Computer Laboratory http://www.cfcl.com/Meta - The FreeBSD Browser, Meta Project, etc.