2011/3/24 Owen <rc...@pcug.org.au> > > Could I suggest that you run autogen.sh again, and read the last 20 or > so lines. > > Just see what programs weren't found and install them. > > Now if you have the style sheets on your computer, it shouldn't have > to go to the net to get them. Install all the stylesheets you can find > (I think you were using Ubuntu so just search synaptic for stylesheets > ) > > Owen >
Thanks! It's working now. And with a launcher to a small script that generates a draft of a single file, I can preview with the click of a button, like God intended :) I see you've already changed the wiki, so add the following: docbook-xsl (this is the one with the stylesheets) docbook-utils (solved a number of dependencies) There might be more packages necessary; I added a bunch of other packages, don't remember which, I just ticked anything that seemed like it was related to docbook. Also, I still get one line of missing dependencies: checking for dot... no I couldn't find something called "dot" in synaptic and it seems to be working without it anyway. Now, some more questions: 1. There are two folders, both with XML files: XML and SRC. I understand XML is the one files are built from, and SRC is the one GIT uses to fetch files. But how do the two interact? do I copy files manually or is there some tool or script to update one or the other? In other words what is the work process here? 2. UI screenshots: Do you have a preference for the theme used in the screenshots? The wiki says screenshots should use the "default theme" but is it the Gnome's or Ubuntu's default theme I should be using? Gnome's default is Clearlooks, right? 3. I intend to replace the astronomy images used in the quickies with images more representative of something a normal user would use, everyday objects such as cars, animals, plants, tourist attractions and if I find the right subjects, people. These are good looking images I took myself, but I want to know if I need to do anything rights-wise, you know, do I need to explicitly release them under the GPL or CC or what have you, and if I do, how do I do it. 4. it's a long shot, but does anyone here use Notepad++ and has the correct HTMLtidy settings file to correctly reflow and indent docbook XML?
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