I've created a document detailing the install of clam antivirus for use
with sendmail on FC1. It was suggested to me to perhaps see if it could
be of use here.
If anyone is interested, the doc can be found at
Feel free to post a copy wherever you think it may help.
The Fedora SELinux FAQ is starting to get sizable, and messy without
a list of questions at the top. I'm having trouble fixing this.
Our default XSL stylesheets for HTML (xsl/main-html.xsl,
xsl/html-common.xsl, and redhat.xsl) don't have a call to make the list
of questions for a FAQ written with <qandaset>.
It seemed straightforward to call qandaset.xsl, just as other
stylesheets are called in the Fedora docs XSL. I have had no success,
in fact zero recognizable difference in the resulting document, with
* Tried importing, then tried including qandaset.xsl into main-html.xsl,
which is the main XSL called from the Makefile.
... didn't work ...
.... didn't work ...
* Under the heading <xsl:param name="generate.toc">, I tried adding
"qanda toc" and "qandaset toc", underneath the "section nop" in both
cases. No luck there. I didn't feel that this area of the XSL was
related to the solution, but I tried it anyway.
Karsten Wade, Sr. Tech Writer
this is not the .signature you are looking for
gpg fingerprint: 2680 DBFD D968 3141 0115 5F1B D992 0E06 AD0E 0C41
I've a job I need to do, create some ps files,
convert to two up pdf as handouts.
I've been told that pstops will do the job?
Its probably only going to be a half page write up,
Is it worth doing?
While not documentation related directly, we might find a way into
making the documentation available useful:
It's FC1 skewed, with GNOME, it might be a good starting point for a
Don't worry about licensing, I'll gladly do so if required for the
Colin Charles, byte(a)aeon.com.my
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I'm trying to download Fedora documentation via anonymous CVS. I've RedHat
8 on a x86 box. When i execute the comand: cvs -z3 login and i put my
e-mail address as login password, i get the following error:
cvs [login aborted]: connect to rhlinux.redhat.com(184.108.40.206):2401
Connection timed out
Could you please tell me what i'm doing wrong!!??
I have just installed Fedora Core 1 and I tried to:
rpmbuild --rebuild <NVIDIA driver>
for my NVIDIA graphics and nforce drivers. It replied CANNOT WRITE to \\\\SOURCE
<file:///\\\SOURCE> . CANNOT INSTALL. I am looking for help, I am new to Linux and have
browsed and printed pages of tutorial info, to no avail. Thanks...
I'm interested in volunteering for the Documentation Project, however
I'm having trouble locating a list of available topics to write on. I
would assume certain topics are already being worked on, and would like
to avoid spending time on a tutorial that someone else is just about
finished with. Any advice?