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  • book/bookinfo.xml

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    3636    <para>This book is licensed under a <xref linkend="CC"/>.</para>
    3737
    38     <para>Computer instructions may be extracted from the book under the
    39     <xref linkend="MIT"/>.</para>
     38    <para>
     39      Computer instructions may be extracted from the book under the
     40      <xref linkend="MIT"/>.
     41    </para>
    4042
    41     <para><trademark class='registered'>Linux</trademark> is a registered trademark of
    42     Linus Torvalds.</para>
     43    <para>
     44      <trademark class='registered'>Linux</trademark> is a registered trademark
     45      of Linus Torvalds.
     46    </para>
    4347  </legalnotice>
    4448
     
    178182
    179183  <abstract>
    180     <para>This book follows on from the Linux From Scratch book. It introduces
    181     and guides the reader through additions to the system including networking,
    182     graphical interfaces, sound support, and printer and scanner
    183     support.</para>
     184    <para>
     185      This book follows on from the Linux From Scratch book. It introduces
     186      and guides the reader through additions to the system including
     187      networking, graphical interfaces, sound support, and printer and scanner
     188      support.
     189    </para>
    184190  </abstract>
    185191
  • book/errata.xml

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    1616  <title>Errata</title>
    1717
    18   <para>The software used to create BLFS applications is constantly being
    19   updated and enhanced. Security warnings and bug fixes may become available
    20   after the BLFS book has been released. To check whether the package
    21   versions or instructions in this release of BLFS need any modifications to
    22   accommodate security vulnerabilities or other bug fixes, please visit
    23   <ulink url="&errata;"/> before proceeding with your build. You should note
    24   any changes shown and apply them to the relevant section of the book as you
    25   progress with building the applications in BLFS.</para>
     18  <para>
     19    The software used to create BLFS applications is constantly being
     20    updated and enhanced. Security warnings and bug fixes may become available
     21    after the BLFS book has been released. To check whether the package
     22    versions or instructions in this release of BLFS need any modifications to
     23    accommodate security vulnerabilities or other bug fixes, please visit
     24    <ulink url="&errata;"/> before proceeding with your build. You should note
     25    any changes shown and apply them to the relevant section of the book as you
     26    progress with building the applications in BLFS.
     27  </para>
    2628
    2729</sect1>
  • book/foreword.xml

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    1616  <title>Foreword</title>
    1717
    18   <para>This version of the book is intended to be used when building on top of
    19   a system built using the LFS book.  Every effort has been made to ensure
    20   accuracy and reliability of the instructions. Many people find that using the
    21   instructions in this book after building the current stable or development
    22   version of LFS provides a stable and very modern Linux system.</para>
     18  <para>
     19    This version of the book is intended to be used when building on top of
     20    a system built using the LFS book.  Every effort has been made to ensure
     21    accuracy and reliability of the instructions. Many people find that using
     22    the instructions in this book after building the current stable or
     23    development version of LFS provides a stable and very modern Linux system.
     24  </para>
    2325
    2426  <para>Enjoy!</para>
  • book/organization.xml

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    1616  <title>Organization</title>
    1717
    18   <para>This book is divided into the following parts.</para>
     18  <para>
     19    This book is divided into the following parts.
     20  </para>
    1921
    2022  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part I - Introduction</bridgehead>
    2123
    22   <para>This part contains information which is essential to
    23   the rest of the book.</para>
     24  <para>
     25    This part contains information which is essential to
     26    the rest of the book.
     27  </para>
    2428
    2529  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part II - Post LFS Configuration and Extra
    2630  Software</bridgehead>
    2731
    28   <para>Here we introduce basic configuration and security issues.  We also
    29   discuss a range of editors, file systems, and shells which aren't covered in
    30   the main LFS book.</para>
     32  <para>
     33    Here we introduce basic configuration and security issues.  We also
     34    discuss a range of editors, file systems, and shells which aren't covered
     35    in the main LFS book.
     36  </para>
    3137
    3238  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part III - General Libraries and Utilities</bridgehead>
    3339
    34   <para>In this section we cover libraries which are often needed by the rest
    35   of the book as well as system utilities.  Information on Programming
    36   (including recompiling <application>GCC</application> to support its full range
    37   of languages) concludes this part.</para>
     40  <para>
     41    In this section we cover libraries which are often needed by the rest
     42    of the book as well as system utilities.  Information on Programming
     43    (including recompiling <application>GCC</application> to support its full
     44    range of languages) concludes this part.
     45  </para>
    3846
    3947  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part IV - Basic Networking</bridgehead>
    4048
    41   <para>Here we cover how to connect to a network when you aren't using the
    42   simple static IP setup given in the main LFS book. Networking libraries
    43   and command-line networking tools are also covered here.</para>
     49  <para>
     50    Here we cover how to connect to a network when you aren't using the
     51    simple static IP setup given in the main LFS book. Networking libraries
     52    and command-line networking tools are also covered here.
     53  </para>
    4454
    4555  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part V - Servers</bridgehead>
    4656
    47   <para>Here we deal with setting up mail and other servers (such as
    48   <application>SSH</application>, <application>Apache</application>, etc.).</para>
     57  <para>
     58    Here we deal with setting up mail and other servers (such as
     59    <application>FTP</application>, <application>Apache</application>, etc.).
     60  </para>
    4961
    5062  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part VI - X + Window Managers</bridgehead>
    5163
    52   <para>This part explains how to set up a basic <application>X Window
    53   System</application> installation along with some generic
    54   <application>X</application> libraries and Window managers.</para>
     64  <para>
     65    This part explains how to set up a basic <application>X Window
     66    System</application> installation along with some generic
     67    <application>X</application> libraries and Window managers.
     68  </para>
    5569
    5670  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part VII - KDE</bridgehead>
    5771
    58   <para>For those who want to use the <application>K Desktop
    59   Environment</application> or some parts of it, this part covers it.</para>
     72  <para>
     73    For those who want to use the <application>K Desktop
     74    Environment</application> or some parts of it, this part covers it.
     75  </para>
    6076
    6177  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part VIII - GNOME</bridgehead>
    6278
    63   <para><application>GNOME</application> is the main alternative to
    64   <application>KDE</application> in the Desktop Environment arena.
     79  <para>
     80    <application>GNOME</application> is the main alternative to
     81    <application>KDE</application> in the Desktop Environment arena.
    6582  </para>
    6683
    6784  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part IX - Xfce</bridgehead>
    6885
    69   <para><application>Xfce</application> is a lightweight alternative to
    70   <application>GNOME</application> and <application>KDE</application>.
     86  <para>
     87    <application>Xfce</application> is a lightweight alternative to
     88    <application>GNOME</application> and <application>KDE</application>.
    7189  </para>
    7290
    7391  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part X - LXDE</bridgehead>
    7492
    75   <para><application>LXDE</application> is another lightweight alternative to
    76   <application>GNOME</application> and <application>KDE</application>.
     93  <para>
     94    <application>LXDE</application> is another lightweight alternative to
     95    <application>GNOME</application> and <application>KDE</application>.
    7796  </para>
    7897
    7998  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part XI - X Software</bridgehead>
    8099
    81   <para>Office programs and graphical web browsers are important to most people.
    82   They, along with some generic <application>X</application> software can be
    83   found in this part of the book.</para>
     100  <para>
     101    Office programs and graphical web browsers are important to most people.
     102    They, along with some generic <application>X</application> software can be
     103    found in this part of the book.
     104  </para>
    84105
    85106  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part XII - Multimedia</bridgehead>
    86107
    87   <para>Here we cover setting multimedia libraries and drivers along with some
    88   audio, video and CD-writing programs.</para>
     108  <para>
     109    Here we cover setting multimedia libraries and drivers along with some
     110    audio, video and CD-writing programs.
     111  </para>
    89112
    90113  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Part XIII - Printing, Scanning and
    91114  Typesetting (PST)</bridgehead>
    92115
    93   <para>The PST part of the book covers document handling with applications like
    94   <application>Ghostscript</application>, <application>CUPS</application> and
    95   <application>DocBook</application> to installing
    96   <application>texlive</application>.</para>
     116  <para>
     117    The PST part of the book covers document handling with applications like
     118    <application>Ghostscript</application>, <application>CUPS</application> and
     119    <application>DocBook</application> to installing
     120    <application>texlive</application>.
     121  </para>
    97122
    98123  <bridgehead renderas="sect2">Appendices</bridgehead>
    99124
    100   <para>The Appendices cover information which doesn't belong in the main
    101   book; they are mainly there as a reference.</para>
     125  <para>
     126    The Appendices cover information which doesn't belong in the main
     127    book; they are mainly there as a reference.
     128  </para>
    102129
    103130</sect1>
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    1414  <title>Preface</title>
    1515
    16   <para>Having helped out with Linux From Scratch for a short time, I
    17   noticed that we were getting many queries as to how to do things beyond
    18   the base LFS system.  At the time, the only assistance specifically offered
    19   relating to LFS were the LFS hints (<ulink url="&hints-root;"/>).
    20   Most of the LFS hints are extremely good and well written
    21   but I (and others) could still see a need for more comprehensive help to
    22   go Beyond LFS &mdash; hence BLFS.</para>
     16  <para>
     17    Having helped out with Linux From Scratch for a short time, I
     18    noticed that we were getting many queries as to how to do things beyond
     19    the base LFS system.  At the time, the only assistance specifically offered
     20    relating to LFS were the LFS hints (<ulink url="&hints-root;"/>).
     21    Most of the LFS hints are extremely good and well written
     22    but I (and others) could still see a need for more comprehensive help to
     23    go Beyond LFS &mdash; hence BLFS.
     24  </para>
    2325
    24   <para>BLFS aims to be more than the LFS-hints converted to XML although
    25   much of our work is based around the hints and indeed some authors write
    26   both hints and the relevant BLFS sections.  We hope that we can provide
    27   you with enough information to not only manage to build your system up to
    28   what you want, whether it be a web server or a multimedia desktop system,
    29   but also that you will learn a lot about system configuration as you go.</para>
     26  <para>
     27    BLFS aims to be more than the LFS-hints converted to XML although
     28    much of our work is based around the hints and indeed some authors write
     29    both hints and the relevant BLFS sections.  We hope that we can provide
     30    you with enough information to not only manage to build your system up to
     31    what you want, whether it be a web server or a multimedia desktop system,
     32    but also that you will learn a lot about system configuration as you go.
     33  </para>
    3034
    31   <para>Thanks as ever go to everyone in the LFS/BLFS
    32   community; especially those who have contributed instructions, written text,
    33   answered questions and generally shouted when things were wrong!</para>
     35  <para>
     36    Thanks as ever go to everyone in the LFS/BLFS
     37    community; especially those who have contributed instructions, written text,
     38    answered questions and generally shouted when things were wrong!
     39  </para>
    3440
    35   <para>Finally, we encourage you to become involved in the community; ask
    36   questions on the mailing list or news gateway and join in the fun on #lfs and
    37   #lfs-support at freenode. You can find more details about all of these in
    38   the <xref linkend="introduction"/> section of the book.</para>
     41  <para>
     42    Finally, we encourage you to become involved in the community; ask
     43    questions on the mailing list or news gateway and join in the fun on #lfs
     44    and #lfs-support at freenode. You can find more details about all of these
     45    in the <xref linkend="introduction"/> section of the book.
     46  </para>
    3947
    40   <para>Enjoy using BLFS.</para>
     48  <para>
     49    Enjoy using BLFS.
     50  </para>
    4151
    4252  <blockquote>
     
    4656  </blockquote>
    4757
    48   <para>I still remember how I found the BLFS project
    49   and started using the instructions that were completed at the time.  I could
    50   not believe how wonderful it was to get an application up and running very
    51   quickly, with explanations as to why things were done a certain way.
    52   Unfortunately, for me, it wasn't long before I was opening applications that
    53   had nothing more  than "To be done" on the page.  I did what most would do,
    54   I waited for someone else to do it.  It wasn't too long before I am looking
    55   through  <application>Bugzilla</application> for something easy to do.
    56   As with any learning experience, the definition of what was easy kept
    57   changing.</para>
     58  <para>
     59    I still remember how I found the BLFS project
     60    and started using the instructions that were completed at the time.  I could
     61    not believe how wonderful it was to get an application up and running very
     62    quickly, with explanations as to why things were done a certain way.
     63    Unfortunately, for me, it wasn't long before I was opening applications that
     64    had nothing more  than "To be done" on the page.  I did what most would do,
     65    I waited for someone else to do it.  It wasn't too long before I am looking
     66    through  <application>Bugzilla</application> for something easy to do.
     67    As with any learning experience, the definition of what was easy kept
     68    changing.
     69  </para>
    5870
    59   <para>We still encourage you to become involved as BLFS is
    60   never really finished.  Contributing or just using, we hope you enjoy
    61   your BLFS experience.</para>
     71  <para>
     72    We still encourage you to become involved as BLFS is
     73    never really finished.  Contributing or just using, we hope you enjoy
     74    your BLFS experience.
     75  </para>
    6276
    6377  <blockquote>
     
    6781  </blockquote>
    6882
    69   <para>The BLFS project is a natural progression of
    70   LFS.  Together, these projects provide a unique resource for
    71   the Open Source Community.  They take the mystery out of the process of
    72   building a complete, functional software system from the source code contributed
    73   by many talented individuals throughout the world.  They truly allow users
    74   to implement the slogan
    75   <quote><emphasis>Your distro, your rules</emphasis></quote>.</para>
     83  <para>
     84    The BLFS project is a natural progression of
     85    LFS.  Together, these projects provide a unique resource for
     86    the Open Source Community.  They take the mystery out of the process of
     87    building a complete, functional software system from the source code
     88    contributed by many talented individuals throughout the world.  They truly
     89    allow users to implement the slogan
     90    <quote><emphasis>Your distro, your rules</emphasis></quote>.
     91  </para>
    7692
    77   <para>Our goal is to continue to provide the best resource available that shows
    78   you how to integrate many significant Open Source applications.  Since these
    79   applications are constantly updated and new applications are developed, this
    80   book will never be complete.  Additionally, there is always room for
    81   improvement in explaining the nuances of how to install the different packages.
    82   To make these improvements, we need your feedback.  I encourage you to
    83   participate on the different mailing lists, news groups, and
    84   IRC channels to help meet these goals.</para>
     93  <para>
     94    Our goal is to continue to provide the best resource available that shows
     95    you how to integrate many significant Open Source applications.  Since these
     96    applications are constantly updated and new applications are developed, this
     97    book will never be complete.  Additionally, there is always room for
     98    improvement in explaining the nuances of how to install the different
     99    packages.  To make these improvements, we need your feedback.  I encourage
     100    you to participate on the different mailing lists, news groups, and
     101    IRC channels to help meet these goals.
     102  </para>
    85103
    86104  <blockquote>
     
    90108  </blockquote>
    91109
    92   <para>My introduction to the [B]LFS project was actually by accident. I
    93   was trying to build a <application>GNOME</application> environment using
    94   some how-tos and other information I found on the web. A couple of times
    95   I ran into some build issues and Googling pulled up some old BLFS mailing
    96   list messages. Out for curiosity, I visited the Linux From Scratch web site
    97   and shortly thereafter was hooked. I've not used any other Linux
    98   distribution for personal use since.</para>
     110  <para>
     111    My introduction to the [B]LFS project was actually by accident. I
     112    was trying to build a <application>GNOME</application> environment using
     113    some how-tos and other information I found on the web. A couple of times
     114    I ran into some build issues and Googling pulled up some old BLFS mailing
     115    list messages. Out for curiosity, I visited the Linux From Scratch web site
     116    and shortly thereafter was hooked. I've not used any other Linux
     117    distribution for personal use since.
     118  </para>
    99119
    100   <para>I can't promise anyone will feel the sense of satisfaction I felt
    101   after building my first few systems using [B]LFS instructions, but I
    102   sincerely hope that your BLFS experience is as rewarding for you as it has
    103   been for me.</para>
     120  <para>
     121    I can't promise anyone will feel the sense of satisfaction I felt
     122    after building my first few systems using [B]LFS instructions, but I
     123    sincerely hope that your BLFS experience is as rewarding for you as it has
     124    been for me.
     125  </para>
    104126
    105   <para>The BLFS project has grown significantly the last couple of years.
    106   There are more package instructions and related dependencies than ever
    107   before. The project requires your input for continued success. If you
    108   discover that you enjoy building BLFS, please consider helping out in any
    109   way you can. BLFS requires hundreds of hours of maintenance to keep it
    110   even semi-current. If you feel confident enough in your editing skills,
    111   please consider joining the BLFS team. Simply contributing to the mailing
    112   list discussions with sound advice and/or providing patches to the book's
    113   XML will probably result in you receiving an invitation to join the
    114   team.</para>
     127  <para>
     128    The BLFS project has grown significantly the last couple of years.
     129    There are more package instructions and related dependencies than ever
     130    before. The project requires your input for continued success. If you
     131    discover that you enjoy building BLFS, please consider helping out in any
     132    way you can. BLFS requires hundreds of hours of maintenance to keep it
     133    even semi-current. If you feel confident enough in your editing skills,
     134    please consider joining the BLFS team. Simply contributing to the mailing
     135    list discussions with sound advice and/or providing patches to the book's
     136    XML will probably result in you receiving an invitation to join the
     137    team.
     138  </para>
    115139
    116140  <blockquote>
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    1616  <title>Who Would Want to Read this Book</title>
    1717
    18   <para>This book is mainly aimed at those who have built a system based
    19   on the LFS book. It will also be useful for those who are using other
    20   distributions, but for one reason or another want to manually build
    21   software and are in need of some assistance. Note that the material
    22   contained in this book, in particular the dependency listings, is based
    23   upon the assumption that you are using a base LFS system with every
    24   package listed in the LFS book already installed and configured. BLFS can
    25   be used to create a range of diverse systems and so the target audience is
    26   probably nearly as wide as that of the LFS book.  If you found LFS useful,
    27   you should also like this!</para>
     18  <para>
     19    This book is mainly aimed at those who have built a system based
     20    on the LFS book. It will also be useful for those who are using other
     21    distributions, but for one reason or another want to manually build
     22    software and are in need of some assistance. Note that the material
     23    contained in this book, in particular the dependency listings, is based
     24    upon the assumption that you are using a base LFS system with every
     25    package listed in the LFS book already installed and configured. BLFS can
     26    be used to create a range of diverse systems and so the target audience is
     27    probably nearly as wide as that of the LFS book.  If you found LFS useful,
     28    you should also like this!
     29  </para>
    2830
    29   <para>Since Release 7.4, the BLFS book version matches the LFS book version.
    30   This book may be incompatible with a previous or later release of the LFS
    31   book.</para>
     31  <para>
     32    Since Release 7.4, the BLFS book version matches the LFS book version.
     33    This book may be incompatible with a previous or later release of the LFS
     34    book.
     35  </para>
    3236
    3337</sect1>
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    235235    </para>
    236236
    237     <para><parameter>--with-buildstamp</parameter>: This switch appends
    238     the given text to the version string.</para>
    239 
    240     <para><parameter>--disable-wavpack</parameter>: This switch is required
    241     unless the optional WavPack package is installed.</para>
    242 
    243     <para><option>--disable-gtk</option>: Use this to disable GTK+ support.</para>
    244 
    245     <para><option>--disable-mp3</option>: Use this for the plugins if you have
    246     not installed mpg123 and do not wish to play mp3 files.</para>
    247 
    248     <para><option>--enable-qt</option>: Use this to enable Qt support.</para>
    249 
    250     <para><option>--enable-valgrind</option>: Allow better Valgrind leak checks.</para>
    251 
    252     <para><option>--disable-neon</option>: Use this for the plugins if you have
    253     not installed neon, and do not want to use HTTP/HTTPS transport.</para>
     237    <para>
     238      <parameter>--with-buildstamp</parameter>: This switch appends
     239      the given text to the version string.
     240    </para>
     241
     242    <para>
     243      <parameter>--disable-wavpack</parameter>: This switch is required
     244      unless the optional WavPack package is installed.
     245    </para>
     246
     247    <para>
     248      <option>--disable-gtk</option>: Use this to disable GTK+ support.
     249    </para>
     250
     251    <para>
     252      <option>--disable-mp3</option>: Use this for the plugins if you have
     253      not installed mpg123 and do not wish to play mp3 files.
     254    </para>
     255
     256    <para>
     257      <option>--enable-qt</option>: Use this to enable Qt support.
     258    </para>
     259
     260    <para>
     261      <option>--enable-valgrind</option>: Allow better Valgrind leak checks.
     262    </para>
     263
     264    <para>
     265      <option>--disable-neon</option>: Use this for the plugins if you have
     266      not installed neon, and do not want to use HTTP/HTTPS transport.
     267    </para>
    254268
    255269  </sect2>
  • multimedia/cdwriteutils/cdrdao.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to Cdrdao</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>Cdrdao</application> package contains
    33     CD recording utilities. These are useful for burning a
    34     CD in disk-at-once mode.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>Cdrdao</application> package contains
     34      CD recording utilities. These are useful for burning a
     35      CD in disk-at-once mode.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&cdrdao-download-http;"/></para>
    42       </listitem>
    43       <listitem>
    44         <para>Download MD5 sum: &cdrdao-md5sum;</para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download size: &cdrdao-size;</para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Estimated disk space required: &cdrdao-buildsize;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated build time: &cdrdao-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&cdrdao-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download MD5 sum: &cdrdao-md5sum;
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download size: &cdrdao-size;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Estimated disk space required: &cdrdao-buildsize;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated build time: &cdrdao-time;
     65        </para>
    5466      </listitem>
    5567    </itemizedlist>
     
    7486    <title>Installation of Cdrdao</title>
    7587
    76     <para>Install <application>Cdrdao</application> by running the following
    77     commands:</para>
     88    <para>
     89      Install <application>Cdrdao</application> by running the following
     90      commands:
     91    </para>
    7892
    7993<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --mandir=/usr/share/man &amp;&amp;
    8094make</userinput></screen>
    8195
    82     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
    83 
    84     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     96    <para>
     97      This package does not come with a test suite.
     98    </para>
     99
     100    <para>
     101      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     102    </para>
    85103
    86104<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    124142        <term><command>cdrdao</command></term>
    125143        <listitem>
    126           <para>records audio or data CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode
    127           based on a textual description of the CD contents.</para>
     144          <para>
     145            records audio or data CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode
     146            based on a textual description of the CD contents.
     147          </para>
    128148          <indexterm zone="cdrdao cdrdao-prog">
    129149            <primary sortas="b-cdrdao">cdrdao</primary>
     
    135155        <term><command>cue2toc</command></term>
    136156        <listitem>
    137           <para>converts CUE to TOC format for audio CDs.</para>
     157          <para>
     158            converts CUE to TOC format for audio CDs.
     159          </para>
    138160          <indexterm zone="cdrdao cue2toc">
    139161            <primary sortas="b-cue2toc">cue2toc</primary>
     
    145167        <term><command>toc2cddb</command></term>
    146168        <listitem>
    147         <para>converts a <application>Cdrdao</application>
    148           TOC file into a cddb file and prints it to stdout.</para>
     169          <para>
     170            converts a <application>Cdrdao</application>
     171            TOC file into a cddb file and prints it to stdout.
     172          </para>
    149173          <indexterm zone="cdrdao toc2cddb">
    150174            <primary sortas="b-toc2cddb">toc2cddb</primary>
     
    156180        <term><command>toc2cue</command></term>
    157181        <listitem>
    158           <para>converts TOC to CUE format for audio CDs.</para>
     182          <para>
     183            converts TOC to CUE format for audio CDs.
     184          </para>
    159185          <indexterm zone="cdrdao toc2cue">
    160186            <primary sortas="b-toc2cue">toc2cue</primary>
     
    166192        <term><command>toc2mp3</command></term>
    167193        <listitem>
    168           <para>converts an audio CD disk image (<filename>.toc</filename> file)
    169           to MP3 files.</para>
     194          <para>
     195            converts an audio CD disk image (<filename>.toc</filename> file)
     196            to MP3 files.
     197          </para>
    170198          <indexterm zone="cdrdao toc2mp3">
    171199            <primary sortas="b-toc2mp3">toc2mp3</primary>
  • multimedia/cdwriteutils/cdrtools.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to Cdrtools</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>Cdrtools</application> package contains
    33     CD recording utilities. These are useful for reading, creating or writing
    34     (burning) CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>Cdrtools</application> package contains
     34      CD recording utilities. These are useful for reading, creating or writing
     35      (burning) CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&cdrtools-download-http;"/></para>
    42       </listitem>
    43       <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&cdrtools-download-ftp;"/></para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &cdrtools-md5sum;</para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &cdrtools-size;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &cdrtools-buildsize;</para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &cdrtools-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&cdrtools-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&cdrtools-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &cdrtools-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &cdrtools-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &cdrtools-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &cdrtools-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    7286    </note>
    7387
    74     <para>Install <application>Cdrtools</application> by running the following
    75     commands:</para>
     88    <para>
     89      Install <application>Cdrtools</application> by running the following
     90      commands:
     91    </para>
    7692
    7793<screen><userinput>export GMAKE_NOWARN=true &amp;&amp;
    7894make -j1 INS_BASE=/usr DEFINSUSR=root DEFINSGRP=root</userinput></screen>
    7995
    80     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
    81 
    82     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     96    <para>
     97      This package does not come with a test suite.
     98    </para>
     99
     100    <para>
     101      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     102    </para>
    83103
    84104<screen role="root"><userinput>export GMAKE_NOWARN=true &amp;&amp;
     
    93113    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    94114
    95     <para><command>export GMAKE_NOWARN=true</command>: This variable avoids a
    96     warning when using GNU make.</para>
    97 
    98     <para><parameter>INS_BASE=/usr</parameter>: This parameter moves
    99     the install directory from <filename class="directory">/opt/schily</filename>
    100     to <filename class="directory">/usr</filename>.</para>
    101 
    102     <para><parameter>DEFINSUSR=root DEFINSGRP=root</parameter>: These
    103     parameters install all programs with root:root ownership instead of the default
    104     bin:bin.</para>
     115    <para>
     116      <command>export GMAKE_NOWARN=true</command>: This variable avoids a
     117      warning when using GNU make.
     118    </para>
     119
     120    <para>
     121      <parameter>INS_BASE=/usr</parameter>: This parameter moves
     122      the install directory from <filename class="directory">/opt/schily</filename>
     123      to <filename class="directory">/usr</filename>.
     124    </para>
     125
     126    <para>
     127      <parameter>DEFINSUSR=root DEFINSGRP=root</parameter>: These parameters
     128      install all programs with root:root ownership instead of the default
     129      bin:bin.
     130    </para>
    105131
    106132  </sect2>
     
    136162        <term><command>btcflash</command></term>
    137163        <listitem>
    138           <para>flashes the firmware on BTC DRW1008 DVD+/-RW recorder.
    139           Please exercise care with this program.</para>
     164          <para>
     165            flashes the firmware on BTC DRW1008 DVD+/-RW recorder.
     166            Please exercise care with this program.
     167          </para>
    140168          <indexterm zone="cdrtools btcflash">
    141169            <primary sortas="b-btcflash">btcflash</primary>
     
    147175        <term><command>cdda2wav</command></term>
    148176        <listitem>
    149           <para>converts Compact Disc audio into WAV sound files.</para>
     177          <para>
     178            converts Compact Disc audio into WAV sound files.
     179          </para>
    150180          <indexterm zone="cdrtools cdda2wav">
    151181            <primary sortas="b-cdda2wav">cdda2wav</primary>
     
    157187        <term><command>cdrecord</command></term>
    158188        <listitem>
    159           <para>records audio or data Compact Discs.</para>
     189          <para>
     190            records audio or data Compact Discs.
     191          </para>
    160192          <indexterm zone="cdrtools cdrecord">
    161193            <primary sortas="b-cdrecord">cdrecord</primary>
     
    167199        <term><command>devdump</command></term>
    168200        <listitem>
    169           <para>is a diagnostic program used to dump an
    170           ISO-9660 device or file in hex.</para>
     201          <para>
     202            is a diagnostic program used to dump an
     203            ISO-9660 device or file in hex.
     204          </para>
    171205          <indexterm zone="cdrtools devdump">
    172206            <primary sortas="b-devdump">devdump</primary>
     
    178212        <term><command>isodebug</command></term>
    179213        <listitem>
    180           <para>is used to display the command-line parameters used to create
    181           an ISO-9660 image.</para>
     214          <para>
     215            is used to display the command-line parameters used to create
     216            an ISO-9660 image.
     217          </para>
    182218          <indexterm zone="cdrtools isodebug">
    183219            <primary sortas="b-isodebug">isodebug</primary>
     
    189225        <term><command>isodump</command></term>
    190226        <listitem>
    191           <para>is a diagnostic program used to dump a device or file based on
    192           ISO-9660.</para>
     227          <para>
     228            is a diagnostic program used to dump a device or file based on
     229            ISO-9660.
     230          </para>
    193231          <indexterm zone="cdrtools isodump">
    194232            <primary sortas="b-isodump">isodump</primary>
     
    200238        <term><command>isoinfo</command></term>
    201239        <listitem>
    202           <para>is used to analyze or list an ISO-9660 image.</para>
     240          <para>
     241            is used to analyze or list an ISO-9660 image.
     242          </para>
    203243          <indexterm zone="cdrtools isoinfo">
    204244            <primary sortas="b-isoinfo">isoinfo</primary>
     
    210250        <term><command>isovfy</command></term>
    211251        <listitem>
    212           <para>is used to verify an ISO-9660 image.</para>
     252          <para>
     253            is used to verify an ISO-9660 image.
     254          </para>
    213255          <indexterm zone="cdrtools isovfy">
    214256            <primary sortas="b-isovfy">isovfy</primary>
     
    220262        <term><command>mkhybrid</command></term>
    221263        <listitem>
    222           <para>is a symbolic link to <command>mkisofs</command> used to
    223           create ISO-9660/HFS hybrid filesystem images.</para>
     264          <para>
     265            is a symbolic link to <command>mkisofs</command> used to
     266            create ISO-9660/HFS hybrid filesystem images.
     267          </para>
    224268          <indexterm zone="cdrtools mkhybrid">
    225269            <primary sortas="b-mkhybrid">mkhybrid</primary>
     
    231275        <term><command>mkisofs</command></term>
    232276        <listitem>
    233           <para>is used to create ISO-9660/JOLIET/HFS filesystem images,
    234           optionally with Rock Ridge attributes.</para>
     277          <para>
     278            is used to create ISO-9660/JOLIET/HFS filesystem images,
     279            optionally with Rock Ridge attributes.
     280          </para>
    235281          <indexterm zone="cdrtools mkisofs">
    236282            <primary sortas="b-mkisofs">mkisofs</primary>
     
    242288        <term><command>readcd</command></term>
    243289        <listitem>
    244           <para>reads or writes Compact Discs.</para>
     290          <para>
     291            reads or writes Compact Discs.
     292          </para>
    245293          <indexterm zone="cdrtools readcd">
    246294            <primary sortas="b-readcd">readcd</primary>
     
    252300        <term><command>rscsi</command></term>
    253301        <listitem>
    254           <para>is a remote SCSI manager.</para>
     302          <para>
     303            is a remote SCSI manager.
     304          </para>
    255305          <indexterm zone="cdrtools rscsi">
    256306            <primary sortas="b-rscsi">rscsi</primary>
     
    262312        <term><command>scgcheck</command></term>
    263313        <listitem>
    264           <para>is used to check and verify the Application Binary Interface
    265           of <filename class="libraryfile">libscg</filename>.</para>
     314          <para>
     315            is used to check and verify the Application Binary Interface
     316            of <filename class="libraryfile">libscg</filename>.
     317          </para>
    266318          <indexterm zone="cdrtools scgcheck">
    267319            <primary sortas="b-scgcheck">scgcheck</primary>
     
    273325        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libscg.a</filename></term>
    274326        <listitem>
    275           <para>is a highly portable SCSI transport library.</para>
     327          <para>
     328            is a highly portable SCSI transport library.
     329          </para>
    276330          <indexterm zone="cdrtools libscg">
    277331            <primary sortas="c-libscg">libscg.a</primary>
  • multimedia/cdwriteutils/cdwriteutils.xml

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    1616  <title>CD/DVD-Writing Utilities</title>
    1717
    18   <para>This chapter contains information on CD/DVD-writing
    19   utilities in Linux.</para>
     18  <para>
     19    This chapter contains information on CD/DVD-writing utilities in Linux.
     20  </para>
    2021
    21   <para>Additional sources of information include:</para>
     22  <para>
     23    Additional sources of information include:
     24  </para>
    2225
    2326  <itemizedlist>
    2427    <listitem>
    25       <para><ulink
    26       url="http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/CD-Writing-HOWTO.html">CD-Writing
    27       HOWTO</ulink></para>
     28      <para>
     29        <ulink
     30        url="http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/CD-Writing-HOWTO.html">CD-Writing
     31        HOWTO</ulink>
     32      </para>
    2833    </listitem>
    2934    <listitem>
    30       <para><ulink url="http://www.cdrfaq.org">CD-Recordable
    31       FAQ</ulink></para>
     35      <para>
     36        <ulink url="http://www.cdrfaq.org">CD-Recordable FAQ</ulink>
     37      </para>
    3238    </listitem>
    3339    <listitem>
    34       <para><ulink url="http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/">The
    35       dvd+rw-tools Website</ulink></para>
     40      <para>
     41        <ulink url="http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/">The
     42        dvd+rw-tools Website</ulink>
     43      </para>
    3644    </listitem>
    3745  </itemizedlist>
  • multimedia/cdwriteutils/dvd+rw-tools.xml

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    7979
    8080    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Required</bridgehead>
    81     <para><xref role="runtime" linkend="cdrtools"/> (runtime)</para>
     81    <para>
     82      <xref role="runtime" linkend="cdrtools"/> (runtime)
     83    </para>
    8284
    8385    <para condition="html" role="usernotes">
  • multimedia/libdriv/alsa-tools.xml

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    101101&as_root;
    102102
    103     <para>First, start a subshell that will exit on error:</para>
     103    <para>
     104      First, start a subshell that will exit on error:
     105    </para>
    104106
    105107<screen><userinput>bash -e</userinput></screen>
     
    146148unset tool tool_dir</userinput></screen>
    147149
    148     <para>Finally, exit the shell that was started earlier:</para>
     150    <para>
     151      Finally, exit the shell that was started earlier:
     152    </para>
    149153
    150154<screen><userinput>exit</userinput></screen>
     
    189193        <term><command>as10k1</command></term>
    190194        <listitem>
    191           <para>is an assembler for the emu10k1 DSP chip present in the
    192           Creative SB Live, PCI 512, and emu APS sound cards. It is used
    193           to make audio effects such as a flanger, chorus or reverb.</para>
     195          <para>
     196            is an assembler for the emu10k1 DSP chip present in the
     197            Creative SB Live, PCI 512, and emu APS sound cards. It is used
     198            to make audio effects such as a flanger, chorus or reverb.
     199          </para>
    194200          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools as10k1">
    195201            <primary sortas="b-as10k1">as10k1</primary>
     
    201207        <term><command>cspctl</command></term>
    202208        <listitem>
    203           <para>is an SB16/AWE32 Creative Signal Processor
    204           (ASP/CSP) control program.</para>
     209          <para>
     210            is an SB16/AWE32 Creative Signal Processor (ASP/CSP) control
     211            program.
     212          </para>
    205213          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools cspctl">
    206214            <primary sortas="b-cspctl">cspctl</primary>
     
    212220        <term><command>echomixer</command></term>
    213221        <listitem>
    214           <para>is the Linux equivalent of the Echoaudio console application
    215           from Echoaudio. It is a tool to control all the features of any Echoaudio
    216           soundcard. This includes clock sources, input and output gains, mixers,
    217           etc.</para>
     222          <para>
     223            is the Linux equivalent of the Echoaudio console application
     224            from Echoaudio. It is a tool to control all the features of any
     225            Echoaudio soundcard. This includes clock sources, input and output
     226            gains, mixers, etc.
     227          </para>
    218228          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools echomixer">
    219229            <primary sortas="b-echomixer">echomixer</primary>
     
    225235        <term><command>envy24control</command></term>
    226236        <listitem>
    227           <para>is a control tool for Envy24 (ice1712) based sound cards.</para>
     237          <para>
     238            is a control tool for Envy24 (ice1712) based sound cards.
     239          </para>
    228240          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools envy24control">
    229241            <primary sortas="b-envy24control">envy24control</primary>
     
    262274        <term><command>hdspconf</command></term>
    263275        <listitem>
    264           <para>is a GUI to control the Hammerfall
    265           HDSP Alsa Settings. Up to four hdsp cards are supported.</para>
     276          <para>
     277            is a GUI to control the Hammerfall
     278            HDSP Alsa Settings. Up to four hdsp cards are supported.
     279          </para>
    266280          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools hdspconf">
    267281            <primary sortas="b-hdspconf">hdspconf</primary>
     
    273287        <term><command>hdsploader</command></term>
    274288        <listitem>
    275           <para>is used to load the firmware required by the Hammerfall
    276           HDSP sound cards.</para>
     289          <para>
     290            is used to load the firmware required by the Hammerfall
     291            HDSP sound cards.
     292          </para>
    277293          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools hdsploader">
    278294            <primary sortas="b-hdsploader">hdsploader</primary>
     
    284300        <term><command>hdspmixer</command></term>
    285301        <listitem>
    286           <para>is the Linux equivalent of the Totalmix application from RME.
    287           It is a tool to control the advanced routing features of the RME
    288           Hammerfall DSP soundcard series.</para>
     302          <para>
     303            is the Linux equivalent of the Totalmix application from RME.
     304            It is a tool to control the advanced routing features of the RME
     305            Hammerfall DSP soundcard series.
     306          </para>
    289307          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools hdspmixer">
    290308            <primary sortas="b-hdspmixer">hdspmixer</primary>
     
    298316          <para>
    299317            allows you to control the volume of individual streams on sound
    300             cards that use hardware mixing
     318            cards that use hardware mixing.
    301319          </para>
    302320          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools hwmixvolume">
     
    310328        <listitem>
    311329          <para>
    312             are tools used to initialize Creative Sound Blaster Audigy-series cards.
     330            are tools used to initialize Creative Sound Blaster Audigy-series
     331            cards.
    313332          </para>
    314333          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools init_audigy_progs">
     
    333352        <term><command>ld10k1</command></term>
    334353        <listitem>
    335           <para>is the server of a EMU10K{1,2} patch loader for ALSA.</para>
     354          <para>
     355            is the server of a EMU10K{1,2} patch loader for ALSA.
     356          </para>
    336357          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools ld10k1">
    337358            <primary sortas="b-ld10k1">ld10k1</primary>
     
    343364        <term><command>lo10k1</command></term>
    344365        <listitem>
    345           <para>is the client of a EMU10K{1,2} patch loader for ALSA.</para>
     366          <para>
     367            is the client of a EMU10K{1,2} patch loader for ALSA.
     368          </para>
    346369          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools lo10k1">
    347370            <primary sortas="b-lo10k1">lo10k1</primary>
     
    353376        <term><command>dl10k1</command></term>
    354377        <listitem>
    355           <para>loads config dumps generated by <command>lo10k1</command>
    356           and <command>ld10k1</command>.</para>
     378          <para>
     379            loads config dumps generated by <command>lo10k1</command>
     380            and <command>ld10k1</command>.
     381          </para>
    357382          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools dl10k1">
    358383            <primary sortas="b-dl10k1">dl10k1</primary>
     
    364389        <term><command>ld10k1d</command></term>
    365390        <listitem>
    366           <para>is an init script for the <command>ld10k1</command>
    367           patch loader.</para>
     391          <para>
     392            is an init script for the <command>ld10k1</command>
     393            patch loader.
     394          </para>
    368395          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools ld10k1d">
    369396            <primary sortas="b-ld10k1d">ld10k1d</primary>
     
    376403        <term><command>qlo10k1</command></term>
    377404        <listitem>
    378           <para>is a <application>Qt</application> GUI for the
    379           <command>ld10k1</command> patch loader.</para>
     405          <para>
     406            is a <application>Qt</application> GUI for the
     407            <command>ld10k1</command> patch loader.
     408          </para>
    380409          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools qlo10k1">
    381410            <primary sortas="b-qlo10k1">qlo10k1</primary>
     
    388417        <term><command>mixartloader</command></term>
    389418        <listitem>
    390           <para>is a helper program to load the firmware binaries onto the
    391           Digigram's miXart board sound drivers. The following modules require this
    392           program: snd-mixart. These drivers don't work properly at all until the
    393           certain firmwares are loaded, i.e. no PCM nor mixer devices will
    394           appear.</para>
     419          <para>
     420            is a helper program to load the firmware binaries onto the
     421            Digigram's miXart board sound drivers. The following modules
     422            require this program: snd-mixart. These drivers don't work
     423            properly at all until the certain firmwares are loaded, i.e. no
     424            PCM nor mixer devices will appear.
     425          </para>
    395426          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools mixartloader">
    396427            <primary sortas="b-mixartloader">mixartloader</primary>
     
    402433        <term><command>pcxhrloader</command></term>
    403434        <listitem>
    404           <para>is a helper program to load the firmware binaries onto
    405           Digigram's pcxhr compatible board sound drivers. The following modules
    406           require this program: snd-pcxhr. These drivers don't work properly at all
    407           until the certain firmwares are loaded, i.e. no PCM nor mixer devices will
    408           appear.</para>
     435          <para>
     436            is a helper program to load the firmware binaries onto
     437            Digigram's pcxhr compatible board sound drivers. The following
     438            modules require this program: snd-pcxhr. These drivers don't work
     439            properly at all until certain firmwares are loaded, i.e. no PCM
     440            nor mixer devices will appear.
     441          </para>
    409442          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools pcxhrloader">
    410443            <primary sortas="b-pcxhrloader">pcxhrloader</primary>
     
    416449        <term><command>rmedigicontrol</command></term>
    417450        <listitem>
    418           <para>is a control tool for RME Digi32 and RME Digi96 sound cards.
    419           It provides a graphical frontend for all the sound card controls and
    420           switches.</para>
     451          <para>
     452            is a control tool for RME Digi32 and RME Digi96 sound cards.
     453            It provides a graphical frontend for all the sound card controls
     454            and switches.
     455          </para>
    421456          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools rmedigicontrol">
    422457            <primary sortas="b-rmedigicontrol">rmedigicontrol</primary>
     
    428463        <term><command>sbiload</command></term>
    429464        <listitem>
    430           <para>is an OPL2/3 FM instrument loader for the
    431           ALSA sequencer.</para>
     465          <para>
     466            is an OPL2/3 FM instrument loader for the ALSA sequencer.
     467          </para>
    432468          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools sbiload">
    433469            <primary sortas="b-sbiload">sbiload</primary>
     
    439475        <term><command>sscape_ctl</command></term>
    440476        <listitem>
    441           <para>is an ALSA SoundScape control utility.</para>
     477          <para>
     478            is an ALSA SoundScape control utility.
     479          </para>
    442480          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools sscape_ctl">
    443481            <primary sortas="b-sscape_ctl">sscape_ctl</primary>
     
    449487        <term><command>us428control</command></term>
    450488        <listitem>
    451           <para>is a Tascam US-428 control program.</para>
     489          <para>
     490            is a Tascam US-428 control program.
     491          </para>
    452492          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools us428control">
    453493            <primary sortas="b-us428control">us428control</primary>
     
    459499        <term><command>usx2yloader</command></term>
    460500        <listitem>
    461           <para>is a helper program to load the 2nd Phase firmware binaries
    462           onto the Tascam USX2Y USB sound cards. It has proven to work so far for the
    463           US122, US224 and US428. The snd-usb-usx2y module requires this program.</para>
     501          <para>
     502            is a helper program to load the 2nd Phase firmware binaries onto
     503            the Tascam USX2Y USB sound cards. It has proven to work so far for
     504            the US122, US224 and US428. The snd-usb-usx2y module requires this
     505            program.
     506          </para>
    464507          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools usx2yloader">
    465508            <primary sortas="b-usx2yloader">usx2yloader</primary>
     
    471514        <term><command>vxloader</command></term>
    472515        <listitem>
    473           <para>is a helper program to load the firmware binaries onto the
    474           Digigram's VX-board sound drivers. The following modules require this program:
     516          <para>
     517            is a helper program to load the firmware binaries onto the
     518            Digigram's VX-board sound drivers. The following modules require
     519            this program:
    475520          snd-vx222, snd-vxpocket, snd-vxp440. These drivers don't work properly at all
    476521          until the certain firmwares are loaded, i.e. no PCM nor mixer devices will
    477           appear.</para>
     522          appear.
     523          </para>
    478524          <indexterm zone="alsa-tools vxloader">
    479525            <primary sortas="b-vxloader">vxloader</primary>
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    339339        <term><command>amixer</command></term>
    340340        <listitem>
    341           <para> allows command-line control of the mixers for the
    342           ALSA sound card drivers.</para>
     341          <para>
     342            allows command-line control of the mixers for the
     343            ALSA sound card drivers.
     344          </para>
    343345          <indexterm zone="alsa-utils amixer">
    344346            <primary sortas="b-amixer">amixer</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/alsa.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    2020  </indexterm>
    2121
    22   <para>The Linux kernel now provides ALSA support by
    23   default.  However, applications need to interface to that capability.  The
    24   following six sections of the book deal with the separate components of
    25   ALSA: the libraries, the plugins, the utilities, the tools, the firmware
    26   and the OSS compatibility libraries.</para>
     22  <para>
     23    The Linux kernel now provides ALSA support by
     24    default.  However, applications need to interface to that capability.  The
     25    following six sections of the book deal with the separate components of
     26    ALSA: the libraries, the plugins, the utilities, the tools, the firmware
     27    and the OSS compatibility libraries.
     28  </para>
    2729
    2830</sect1>
  • multimedia/libdriv/faac.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to FAAC</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>FAAC</application> is an encoder for a lossy sound
    33     compression scheme specified in MPEG-2 Part 7 and MPEG-4 Part 3 standards
    34     and known as Advanced Audio Coding (AAC). This encoder is useful for
    35     producing files that can be played back on iPod. Moreover, iPod does not
    36     understand other sound compression schemes in video files.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>FAAC</application> is an encoder for a lossy sound
     34      compression scheme specified in MPEG-2 Part 7 and MPEG-4 Part 3 standards
     35      and known as Advanced Audio Coding (AAC). This encoder is useful for
     36      producing files that can be played back on iPod. Moreover, iPod does not
     37      understand other sound compression schemes in video files.
     38    </para>
    3739
    3840    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4143    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4244      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&faac-download-http;"/></para>
    44       </listitem>
    45       <listitem>
    46         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&faac-download-ftp;"/></para>
    47       </listitem>
    48       <listitem>
    49         <para>Download MD5 sum: &faac-md5sum;</para>
    50       </listitem>
    51       <listitem>
    52         <para>Download size: &faac-size;</para>
    53       </listitem>
    54       <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated disk space required: &faac-buildsize;</para>
    56       </listitem>
    57       <listitem>
    58         <para>Estimated build time: &faac-time;</para>
     45        <para>
     46          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&faac-download-http;"/>
     47        </para>
     48      </listitem>
     49      <listitem>
     50        <para>
     51          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&faac-download-ftp;"/>
     52        </para>
     53      </listitem>
     54      <listitem>
     55        <para>
     56          Download MD5 sum: &faac-md5sum;
     57        </para>
     58      </listitem>
     59      <listitem>
     60        <para>
     61          Download size: &faac-size;
     62        </para>
     63      </listitem>
     64      <listitem>
     65        <para>
     66          Estimated disk space required: &faac-buildsize;
     67        </para>
     68      </listitem>
     69      <listitem>
     70        <para>
     71          Estimated build time: &faac-time;
     72        </para>
    5973      </listitem>
    6074    </itemizedlist>
     
    6882    <title>Installation of FAAC</title>
    6983
    70     <para>Install <application>FAAC</application> by running the
    71     following commands:</para>
     84    <para>
     85      Install <application>FAAC</application> by running the
     86      following commands:
     87    </para>
    7288
    7389<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-static &amp;&amp;
    7490make</userinput></screen>
    7591
    76     <para>This package does not come with a test suite. However, basic
    77     functionality can be tested by encoding a sample WAV file (the sample
    78     file is installed by the <xref linkend="alsa-utils"/> package:</para>
     92    <para>
     93      This package does not come with a test suite. However, basic
     94      functionality can be tested by encoding a sample WAV file (the sample
     95      file is installed by the <xref linkend="alsa-utils"/> package:
     96    </para>
    7997
    8098<screen remap="test"><userinput>./frontend/faac -o Front_Left.mp4 /usr/share/sounds/alsa/Front_Left.wav</userinput></screen>
    8199
    82     <para>Then, decode the result using the <command>faad</command> program
    83     from the <xref linkend="faad2"/> package and play back the decoded file
    84     (requires the <command>aplay</command> program from the
    85     <xref linkend="alsa-utils"/> package:</para>
     100    <para>
     101      Then, decode the result using the <command>faad</command> program
     102      from the <xref linkend="faad2"/> package and play back the decoded file
     103      (requires the <command>aplay</command> program from the
     104      <xref linkend="alsa-utils"/> package:
     105    </para>
    86106
    87107<screen remap="test"><userinput>faad Front_Left.mp4
    88108aplay Front_Left.wav</userinput></screen>
    89109
    90     <para><command>aplay</command> should identify the file as
    91     <quote>Signed 16 bit Little Endian, Rate 48000 Hz, Stereo</quote>, and you
    92     should hear the words <quote>front left</quote>.</para>
    93 
    94     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     110    <para>
     111      <command>aplay</command> should identify the file as
     112      <quote>Signed 16 bit Little Endian, Rate 48000 Hz, Stereo</quote>, and
     113      you should hear the words <quote>front left</quote>.
     114    </para>
     115
     116    <para>
     117      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     118    </para>
    95119
    96120<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    106130    <!-- 1.28: This is still broken, it causes a segfault. -->
    107131    <!--
    108     <para><option>- -enable-drm</option>: This option is supposed to enable
    109     support for encoding files for
    110     <ulink url="http://www.drm.org/">Digital Radio Mondiale</ulink>, but
    111     actually breaks the base functionality of the package (e.g., the resulting
    112     <command>faac</command> program produces files that cannot be decoded
    113     by <xref linkend="faad2"/>, even if compiled with DRM support).
    114     Don't use it.</para>
     132    <para>
     133      <option>- -enable-drm</option>: This option is supposed to enable
     134      support for encoding files for
     135      <ulink url="http://www.drm.org/">Digital Radio Mondiale</ulink>, but
     136      actually breaks the base functionality of the package (e.g., the resulting
     137      <command>faac</command> program produces files that cannot be decoded
     138      by <xref linkend="faad2"/>, even if compiled with DRM support).
     139      Don't use it.
     140    </para>
    115141    -->
    116142    <!-- Since we say "Don't use it", let's not even list it. That would open up
     
    121147    <title>Other AAC encoders</title>
    122148
    123     <para>The quality of <application>FAAC</application> is not up
    124     to par with the best AAC encoders currently available. Also, it only
    125     supports AAC and not High Efficiency AAC (also known as aacPlus), which
    126     provides better quality at low bitrates by means of using the
    127     <quote>spectral band replication</quote> technology. There are the
    128     following alternative programs for producing AAC and HE-AAC streams:</para>
     149    <para>
     150      The quality of <application>FAAC</application> is not up
     151      to par with the best AAC encoders currently available. Also, it only
     152      supports AAC and not High Efficiency AAC (also known as aacPlus), which
     153      provides better quality at low bitrates by means of using the
     154      <quote>spectral band replication</quote> technology. There are the
     155      following alternative programs for producing AAC and HE-AAC streams:
     156    </para>
    129157
    130158    <itemizedlist>
    131159      <listitem>
    132         <para><ulink url="http://www.nero.com/eng/nero-aac-codec.html">Nero AAC Codec</ulink>:
    133         available only in the binary form, the command-line AAC and HE-AAC encoders
    134         for Linux are in the same archive as the Windows application.</para>
    135       </listitem>
    136       <listitem>
    137         <para><ulink url="http://www.3gpp.org/ftp/Specs/html-info/26410.htm">3GPP
    138         Enhanced aacPlus general audio codec</ulink>:
    139         available in the source form, can encode only HE-AAC up to 48 kbps
    140         out of the box, but the maximum bitrate can be changed by editing
    141         the tuning table in the
    142         <filename>FloatFR_sbrenclib/src/sbr_main.c</filename> file.</para>
     160        <para>
     161          <ulink url="http://www.nero.com/eng/nero-aac-codec.html">Nero AAC
     162          Codec</ulink>:
     163          available only in the binary form, the command-line AAC and HE-AAC
     164          encoders for Linux are in the same archive as the Windows
     165          application.
     166        </para>
     167      </listitem>
     168      <listitem>
     169        <para>
     170          <ulink url="http://www.3gpp.org/ftp/Specs/html-info/26410.htm">3GPP
     171          Enhanced aacPlus general audio codec</ulink>:
     172          available in the source form, can encode only HE-AAC up to 48 kbps
     173          out of the box, but the maximum bitrate can be changed by editing
     174          the tuning table in the
     175          <filename>FloatFR_sbrenclib/src/sbr_main.c</filename> file.
     176        </para>
    143177      </listitem>
    144178    </itemizedlist>
    145179
    146     <para>Note, however, that iPod supports only Low Complexity AAC profile,
    147     which is the default in FAAC, but may not be the default in Nero AAC Encoder
    148     and is completely unavailable in the 3GPP encoder.</para>
     180    <para>
     181      Note, however, that iPod supports only Low Complexity AAC profile, which
     182      is the default in FAAC, but may not be the default in Nero AAC Encoder
     183      and is completely unavailable in the 3GPP encoder.
     184    </para>
    149185
    150186  </sect2>
     
    172208        <term><command>faac</command></term>
    173209        <listitem>
    174           <para>is a command-line AAC encoder.</para>
     210          <para>
     211            is a command-line AAC encoder.
     212          </para>
    175213          <indexterm zone="faac faac-prog">
    176214            <primary sortas="b-faac">faac</primary>
     
    182220        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libfaac.so</filename></term>
    183221        <listitem>
    184           <para>contains functions for encoding AAC streams.</para>
     222          <para>
     223            contains functions for encoding AAC streams.
     224          </para>
    185225          <indexterm zone="faac libfaac">
    186226            <primary sortas="c-libfaac">libfaac.so</primary>
     
    192232        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libmp4v2.so</filename></term>
    193233        <listitem>
    194           <para>contains functions for creating and manipulating MP4 files.</para>
     234          <para>
     235            contains functions for creating and manipulating MP4 files.
     236          </para>
    195237          <indexterm zone="faac libmp4v2">
    196238            <primary sortas="c-libmp4v2">libmp4v2.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/faad2.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to FAAD2</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>FAAD2</application> is a decoder for a lossy sound
    33     compression scheme specified in MPEG-2 Part 7 and MPEG-4 Part 3 standards
    34     and known as Advanced Audio Coding (AAC).</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>FAAD2</application> is a decoder for a lossy sound
     34      compression scheme specified in MPEG-2 Part 7 and MPEG-4 Part 3
     35      standards and known as Advanced Audio Coding (AAC).
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&faad2-download-http;"/></para>
    42       </listitem>
    43       <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&faad2-download-ftp;"/></para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &faad2-md5sum;</para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &faad2-size;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &faad2-buildsize;</para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &faad2-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&faad2-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&faad2-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &faad2-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &faad2-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &faad2-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &faad2-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    7690    <title>Installation of FAAD2</title>
    7791
    78     <para>Install <application>FAAD2</application> by running the
    79     following commands:</para>
     92    <para>
     93      Install <application>FAAD2</application> by running the
     94      following commands:
     95    </para>
    8096
    8197<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-static &amp;&amp;
    8298make</userinput></screen>
    8399
    84     <para>This package does not come with a test suite. However, basic
    85     functionality can be tested by decoding the sample AAC file:</para>
     100    <para>
     101      This package does not come with a test suite. However, basic
     102      functionality can be tested by decoding the sample AAC file:
     103    </para>
    86104
    87105<screen remap="test"><userinput>./frontend/faad -o sample.wav ../sample.aac</userinput></screen>
    88106
    89     <para>This should display a copyright message and the following
    90     information about the sample file:</para>
     107    <para>
     108      This should display a copyright message and the following
     109      information about the sample file:
     110    </para>
    91111
    92112<literallayout><computeroutput>sample.aac file info:
     
    102122  ---------------------</computeroutput></literallayout>
    103123
    104     <para>Now play the result (requires the <command>aplay</command> program
    105     from the <xref linkend="alsa-utils"/> package):</para>
     124    <para>
     125      Now play the result (requires the <command>aplay</command> program
     126      from the <xref linkend="alsa-utils"/> package):
     127    </para>
    106128
    107129<screen remap="test"><userinput>aplay sample.wav</userinput></screen>
    108130
    109     <para><command>aplay</command> should identify the file as
    110     <quote>Signed 16 bit Little Endian, Rate 16000 Hz, Stereo</quote>, and you
    111     should hear some piano notes.</para>
    112 
    113     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     131    <para>
     132      <command>aplay</command> should identify the file as
     133      <quote>Signed 16 bit Little Endian, Rate 16000 Hz, Stereo</quote>, and
     134      you should hear some piano notes.
     135    </para>
     136
     137    <para>
     138      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     139    </para>
    114140
    115141<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    148174        <term><command>faad</command></term>
    149175        <listitem>
    150           <para>is a command-line utility for decoding AAC and MP4 files.</para>
     176          <para>
     177            is a command-line utility for decoding AAC and MP4 files.
     178          </para>
    151179          <indexterm zone="faad2 faad-prog">
    152180            <primary sortas="b-faad">faad</primary>
     
    158186        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libfaad.so</filename></term>
    159187        <listitem>
    160           <para>contains functions for decoding AAC streams.</para>
     188          <para>
     189            contains functions for decoding AAC streams.
     190          </para>
    161191          <indexterm zone="faad2 libfaad">
    162192            <primary sortas="c-libfaad">libfaad.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/flac.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to FLAC</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>FLAC</application> is an audio CODEC similar to
    33     MP3, but lossless, meaning that audio is compressed without losing any
    34     information.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>FLAC</application> is an audio CODEC similar to
     34      MP3, but lossless, meaning that audio is compressed without losing any
     35      information.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&flac-download-http;"/></para>
    42       </listitem>
    43       <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&flac-download-ftp;"/></para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &flac-md5sum;</para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &flac-size;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &flac-buildsize;</para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &flac-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&flac-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&flac-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &flac-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &flac-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &flac-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &flac-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    7892    <title>Installation of FLAC</title>
    7993
    80     <para>Install <application>FLAC</application> by running the
    81     following commands:</para>
     94    <para>
     95      Install <application>FLAC</application> by running the
     96      following commands:
     97    </para>
    8298
    8399<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr \
     
    85101make</userinput></screen>
    86102
    87     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>. Note that
    88     if you passed the <option>--enable-exhaustive-tests</option> and
    89     <option>--enable-valgrind-testing</option> parameters to
    90     <command>configure</command> and then run the test suite, it will take a
    91     <emphasis>very</emphasis> long time (up to 300 SBUs) and use about 375 MB
    92     of disk space.</para>
    93 
    94     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     103    <para>
     104      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>. Note that
     105      if you passed the <option>--enable-exhaustive-tests</option> and
     106      <option>--enable-valgrind-testing</option> parameters to
     107      <command>configure</command> and then run the test suite, it will take a
     108      <emphasis>very</emphasis> long time (up to 300 SBUs) and use about 375 MB
     109      of disk space.
     110    </para>
     111
     112    <para>
     113      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     114    </para>
    95115
    96116<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    101121    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    102122
    103     <para><parameter>--disable-thorough-tests</parameter>: This parameter is
    104     used so that the test suite will complete in a reasonable amount of time.
    105     Remove it if you desire more extensive tests.</para>
     123    <para>
     124      <parameter>--disable-thorough-tests</parameter>: This parameter is
     125      used so that the test suite will complete in a reasonable amount of time.
     126      Remove it if you desire more extensive tests.
     127    </para>
    106128
    107129  </sect2>
     
    131153        <term><command>flac</command></term>
    132154        <listitem>
    133           <para>is a command-line utility for encoding, decoding and
    134           converting FLAC files.</para>
     155          <para>
     156            is a command-line utility for encoding, decoding and
     157            converting FLAC files.
     158          </para>
    135159          <indexterm zone="flac flac-prog">
    136160            <primary sortas="b-flac">flac</primary>
     
    142166        <term><command>metaflac</command></term>
    143167        <listitem>
    144           <para>is a program for listing, adding, removing, or editing
    145           metadata in one or more FLAC files.</para>
     168          <para>
     169            is a program for listing, adding, removing, or editing
     170            metadata in one or more FLAC files.
     171          </para>
    146172          <indexterm zone="flac metaflac">
    147173            <primary sortas="b-metaflac">metaflac</primary>
     
    153179        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libFLAC{,++}.so</filename></term>
    154180        <listitem>
    155           <para>these libraries provide native FLAC and Ogg FLAC C/C++ APIs
    156           for programs utilizing FLAC.</para>
     181          <para>
     182            these libraries provide native FLAC and Ogg FLAC C/C++ APIs
     183            for programs utilizing FLAC.
     184          </para>
    157185          <indexterm zone="flac libflac">
    158186            <primary sortas="c-libFLAC">libFLAC{,++}.so</primary>
     
    165193        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libxmms-flac.{so,a}</filename></term>
    166194        <listitem>
    167           <para>is a plugin for <application>XMMS</application>.</para>
     195          <para>
     196            is a plugin for <application>XMMS</application>.
     197          </para>
    168198          <indexterm zone="flac libxmms-flac">
    169199            <primary sortas="c-libxmms-flac">libxmms-flac.{so,a}</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/frei0r.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to Frei0r-plugins</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>Frei0r</application> is a minimalistic plugin API for
    33     video effects. Note that the 0 in the name is a zero, not a capital letter
    34     o.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>Frei0r</application> is a minimalistic plugin API for
     34      video effects. Note that the 0 in the name is a zero, not a capital
     35      letter o.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&frei0r-download-http;"/></para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&frei0r-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
    4246      </listitem>
    4347      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&frei0r-download-ftp;"/></para>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&frei0r-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
    4551      </listitem>
    4652      <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &frei0r-md5sum;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &frei0r-md5sum;
     55        </para>
    4856      </listitem>
    4957      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &frei0r-size;</para>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &frei0r-size;
     60        </para>
    5161      </listitem>
    5262      <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &frei0r-buildsize;</para>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &frei0r-buildsize;
     65        </para>
    5466      </listitem>
    5567      <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &frei0r-time;</para>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &frei0r-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    8094    <title>Installation of Frei0r-plugins</title>
    8195
    82     <para>Install <application>Frei0r</application> by running the
    83     following commands:</para>
     96    <para>
     97      Install <application>Frei0r</application> by running the
     98      following commands:
     99    </para>
    84100
    85101<screen><userinput>mkdir -vp build &amp;&amp;
     
    93109make</userinput></screen>
    94110
    95     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     111    <para>
     112      This package does not come with a test suite.
     113    </para>
    96114
    97     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     115    <para>
     116      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     117    </para>
    98118
    99119<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    104124    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    105125<!--
    106     <para><command>sed ... facebl0r.cpp</command>: This command fixes a build
    107     problem with the current opencv dependency.  </para>
     126    <para>
     127      <command>sed ... facebl0r.cpp</command>: This command fixes a build
     128      problem with the current opencv dependency. 
     129    </para>
    108130
    109     <para><parameter>-DOpenCV_DIR=/usr/share/OpenCV</parameter>: This parameter
    110     helps the make procedure to find the <filename>libippicv.a</filename>
    111     library, installed under that directory tree.</para>
     131    <para>
     132      <parameter>-DOpenCV_DIR=/usr/share/OpenCV</parameter>: This parameter
     133      helps the make procedure to find the <filename>libippicv.a</filename>
     134      library, installed under that directory tree.
     135    </para>
    112136-->
    113     <para><option>-DWITHOUT_OPENCV=TRUE</option>: This option instructs the make
    114     procedure to disable building plugins dependent upon opencv.</para>
     137    <para>
     138      <option>-DWITHOUT_OPENCV=TRUE</option>: This option instructs the make
     139      procedure to disable building plugins dependent upon opencv.
     140    </para>
    115141
    116     <para><option>-DWITHOUT_GAVL=TRUE</option>: This option instructs the make
    117     procedure to disable building plugins dependent upon gavl.</para>
     142    <para>
     143      <option>-DWITHOUT_GAVL=TRUE</option>: This option instructs the make
     144      procedure to disable building plugins dependent upon gavl.
     145    </para>
    118146  </sect2>
    119147
     
    132160      </seglistitem>
    133161    </segmentedlist>
    134 <!--
    135     <variablelist>
    136       <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Short Descriptions</bridgehead>
    137       <?dbfo list-presentation="list"?>
    138       <?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?>
    139162
    140       <varlistentry id="melt">
    141         <term><command>melt</command></term>
    142         <listitem>
    143           <para>is a test tool for MLT.</para>
    144           <indexterm zone="frei0r melt">
    145             <primary sortas="b-melt">melt</primary>
    146           </indexterm>
    147         </listitem>
    148       </varlistentry>
    149 
    150     </variablelist>
    151 -->
    152163  </sect2>
    153164
  • multimedia/libdriv/gavl.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to Gavl</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>Gavl</application> is short for Gmerlin Audio Video
    33     Library.  It is a low level library that handles the details of audio and
    34     video formats like colorspaces, samplerates, multichannel configurations
    35     etc. It provides standardized definitions for those formats as well as
    36     container structures for carrying audio samples or video images inside an
    37     application.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>Gavl</application> is short for Gmerlin Audio Video
     34      Library.  It is a low level library that handles the details of audio and
     35      video formats like colorspaces, samplerates, multichannel configurations
     36      etc. It provides standardized definitions for those formats as well as
     37      container structures for carrying audio samples or video images inside an
     38      application.
     39    </para>
    3840
    3941    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4244    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4345      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&gavl-download-http;"/></para>
     46        <para>
     47          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&gavl-download-http;"/>
     48        </para>
    4549      </listitem>
    4650      <listitem>
    47         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&gavl-download-ftp;"/></para>
     51        <para>
     52          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&gavl-download-ftp;"/>
     53        </para>
    4854      </listitem>
    4955      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download MD5 sum: &gavl-md5sum;</para>
     56        <para>
     57          Download MD5 sum: &gavl-md5sum;
     58        </para>
    5159      </listitem>
    5260      <listitem>
    53         <para>Download size: &gavl-size;</para>
     61        <para>
     62          Download size: &gavl-size;
     63        </para>
    5464      </listitem>
    5565      <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated disk space required: &gavl-buildsize;</para>
     66        <para>
     67          Estimated disk space required: &gavl-buildsize;
     68        </para>
    5769      </listitem>
    5870      <listitem>
    59         <para>Estimated build time: &gavl-time;</para>
     71        <para>
     72          Estimated build time: &gavl-time;
     73        </para>
    6074      </listitem>
    6175    </itemizedlist>
     
    8195    <title>Installation of Gavl</title>
    8296
    83     <para>Install <application>Gavl</application> by running the
    84     following commands:</para>
     97    <para>
     98      Install <application>Gavl</application> by running the
     99      following commands:
     100    </para>
    85101
    86102<screen><userinput>LIBS=-lm                      \
     
    90106make</userinput></screen>
    91107
    92     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     108    <para>
     109      This package does not come with a test suite.
     110    </para>
    93111
    94     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     112    <para>
     113      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     114    </para>
    95115
    96116<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    101121    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    102122
    103     <para><envar>LIBS=-lm</envar>: This variable ensures the math library is
    104     searched when linking.</para>
     123    <para>
     124      <envar>LIBS=-lm</envar>: This variable ensures the math library is
     125      searched when linking.
     126    </para>
    105127
    106     <para><parameter>--without-doxygen</parameter>: This switch disables use of
    107     Doxygen. Omit if Doxygen is installed and you wish to build the API
    108     documentation.</para>
     128    <para>
     129      <parameter>--without-doxygen</parameter>: This switch disables use of
     130      Doxygen. Omit if Doxygen is installed and you wish to build the API
     131      documentation.
     132    </para>
    109133
    110134  </sect2>
     
    126150      </seglistitem>
    127151    </segmentedlist>
    128 <!--
     152
    129153    <variablelist>
    130154      <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Short Descriptions</bridgehead>
     
    133157
    134158      <varlistentry id="libgavl.so">
    135         <term>libgavl.so</term>
     159        <term><filename class="libraryfile">libgavl.so</filename></term>
    136160        <listitem>
    137           <para>???</para>
     161          <para>
     162            is the Gmerlin Audio Video Library.
     163          </para>
    138164          <indexterm zone="gavl libgavl.so">
    139165            <primary sortas="c-libgavl.so">libgavl.so</primary>
     
    143169
    144170    </variablelist>
    145 -->
     171
    146172  </sect2>
    147173
  • multimedia/libdriv/gstreamer10.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    8080    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    8181      <listitem>
    82         <para>Required patch: <ulink url="&patch-root;/gstreamer-&gstreamer10-version;-buffer_size_reset_fix-1.patch"/></para>
     82        <para>
     83          Required patch: <ulink
     84          url="&patch-root;/gstreamer-&gstreamer10-version;-buffer_size_reset_fix-1.patch"/>
     85        </para>
    8386      </listitem>
    8487    </itemizedlist>
     
    144147
    145148    <caution>
    146       <para>If you are reinstalling <application>gstreamer</application> from a
    147       previous version, it is best if you remove the prior version, including
    148       plugins, before installing the new version.  If there is a mixture of
    149       versions installed, using processes may hang or not work properly.  As
    150       the  <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user: </para>
     149      <para>
     150        If you are reinstalling <application>gstreamer</application> from a
     151        previous version, it is best if you remove the prior version, including
     152        plugins, before installing the new version.  If there is a mixture of
     153        versions installed, using processes may hang or not work properly.  As
     154        the  <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     155      </para>
    151156
    152157<screen role="nodump"><userinput>rm -rf /usr/bin/gst-* /usr/{lib,libexec}/gstreamer-1.0</userinput></screen>
  • multimedia/libdriv/id3lib.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to id3lib</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>id3lib</application> is a library for reading,
    33     writing and manipulating id3v1 and id3v2 multimedia data containers.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>id3lib</application> is a library for reading,
     34      writing and manipulating id3v1 and id3v2 multimedia data containers.
     35    </para>
    3436
    3537    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3840    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    3941      <listitem>
    40         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&id3lib-download-http;"/></para>
    41       </listitem>
    42       <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&id3lib-download-ftp;"/></para>
    44       </listitem>
    45       <listitem>
    46         <para>Download MD5 sum: &id3lib-md5sum;</para>
    47       </listitem>
    48       <listitem>
    49         <para>Download size: &id3lib-size;</para>
    50       </listitem>
    51       <listitem>
    52         <para>Estimated disk space required: &id3lib-buildsize;</para>
    53       </listitem>
    54       <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated build time: &id3lib-time;</para>
     42        <para>
     43          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&id3lib-download-http;"/>
     44        </para>
     45      </listitem>
     46      <listitem>
     47        <para>
     48          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&id3lib-download-ftp;"/>
     49        </para>
     50      </listitem>
     51      <listitem>
     52        <para>
     53          Download MD5 sum: &id3lib-md5sum;
     54        </para>
     55      </listitem>
     56      <listitem>
     57        <para>
     58          Download size: &id3lib-size;
     59        </para>
     60      </listitem>
     61      <listitem>
     62        <para>
     63          Estimated disk space required: &id3lib-buildsize;
     64        </para>
     65      </listitem>
     66      <listitem>
     67        <para>
     68          Estimated build time: &id3lib-time;
     69        </para>
    5670      </listitem>
    5771    </itemizedlist>
     
    6074    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    6175      <listitem>
    62         <para>Required patches: <ulink
     76        <para>
     77          Required patches: <ulink
    6378          url="&patch-root;/id3lib-&id3lib-version;-consolidated_patches-1.patch"/>
    6479        </para>
     
    7489    <title>Installation of Id3lib</title>
    7590
    76     <para>Install <application>id3lib</application> by running the
    77     following commands:</para>
     91    <para>
     92      Install <application>id3lib</application> by running the
     93      following commands:
     94    </para>
    7895
    7996<screen><userinput>patch -Np1 -i ../id3lib-&id3lib-version;-consolidated_patches-1.patch &amp;&amp;
     
    87104make</userinput></screen>
    88105
    89     <para>This packages does not come with a working test suite.</para>
    90 
    91     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     106    <para>
     107      This packages does not come with a working test suite.
     108    </para>
     109
     110    <para>
     111      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     112    </para>
    92113
    93114<screen role="root"><userinput>make install  &amp;&amp;
     
    140161        <term><command>id3convert</command></term>
    141162        <listitem>
    142           <para>converts between id3v1/v2 tagging formats.</para>
     163          <para>
     164            converts between id3v1/v2 tagging formats.
     165          </para>
    143166          <indexterm zone="id3lib id3convert">
    144167            <primary sortas="b-id3convert">id3convert</primary>
     
    150173        <term><command>id3cp</command></term>
    151174        <listitem>
    152           <para>extracts id3v1/v2 tags from digital audio files.</para>
     175          <para>
     176            extracts id3v1/v2 tags from digital audio files.
     177          </para>
    153178          <indexterm zone="id3lib id3cp">
    154179            <primary sortas="b-id3cp">id3cp</primary>
     
    160185        <term><command>id3info</command></term>
    161186        <listitem>
    162           <para>prints id3v1/v2 tag contents.</para>
     187          <para>
     188            prints id3v1/v2 tag contents.
     189          </para>
    163190          <indexterm zone="id3lib id3info">
    164191            <primary sortas="b-id3info">id3info</primary>
     
    170197        <term><command>id3tag</command></term>
    171198        <listitem>
    172           <para>is a utility for editing id3v1/v2 tags.</para>
     199          <para>
     200            is a utility for editing id3v1/v2 tags.
     201          </para>
    173202          <indexterm zone="id3lib id3tag">
    174203            <primary sortas="b-id3tag">id3tag</primary>
     
    180209        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libid3.so</filename></term>
    181210        <listitem>
    182           <para>provides functions for the id3v1/v2 tag editing
    183           programs as well as other external programs and libraries.</para>
     211          <para>
     212            provides functions for the id3v1/v2 tag editing programs as well
     213            as other external programs and libraries.
     214          </para>
    184215          <indexterm zone="id3lib libid3">
    185216            <primary sortas="c-libid3">libid3.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/liba52.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3131    <title>Introduction to Liba52</title>
    3232
    33     <para><application>liba52</application> is a free library for decoding
    34     ATSC A/52 (also known as AC-3) streams. The A/52 standard is used
    35     in a variety of applications, including digital television and DVD.</para>
     33    <para>
     34      <application>liba52</application> is a free library for decoding
     35      ATSC A/52 (also known as AC-3) streams. The A/52 standard is used
     36      in a variety of applications, including digital television and DVD.
     37    </para>
    3638
    3739    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4042    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4143      <listitem>
    42         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&liba52-download-http;"/></para>
     44        <para>
     45          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&liba52-download-http;"/>
     46        </para>
    4347      </listitem>
    4448      <listitem>
    45         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&liba52-download-ftp;"/></para>
     49        <para>
     50          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&liba52-download-ftp;"/>
     51        </para>
    4652      </listitem>
    4753      <listitem>
    48         <para>Download MD5 sum: &liba52-md5sum;</para>
     54        <para>
     55          Download MD5 sum: &liba52-md5sum;
     56        </para>
    4957      </listitem>
    5058      <listitem>
    51         <para>Download size: &liba52-size;</para>
     59        <para>
     60          Download size: &liba52-size;
     61        </para>
    5262      </listitem>
    5363      <listitem>
    54         <para>Estimated disk space required: &liba52-buildsize;</para>
     64        <para>
     65          Estimated disk space required: &liba52-buildsize;
     66        </para>
    5567      </listitem>
    5668      <listitem>
    57         <para>Estimated build time: &liba52-time;</para>
     69        <para>
     70          Estimated build time: &liba52-time;
     71        </para>
    5872      </listitem>
    5973    </itemizedlist>
     
    7084    <title>Installation of Liba52</title>
    7185
    72     <para>Install <application>liba52</application> by running the
    73     following commands:</para>
     86    <para>
     87      Install <application>liba52</application> by running the
     88      following commands:
     89    </para>
    7490
    7591<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr \
     
    8096make</userinput></screen>
    8197
    82     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
     98    <para>
     99      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     100    </para>
    83101
    84     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    85     user:</para>
     102    <para>
     103      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
     104      user:
     105    </para>
    86106
    87107<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    94114    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    95115
    96     <para><parameter>CFLAGS="-g -O2 ...</parameter>: This sets CFLAGS to -g -O2
    97     (which is the default) but then on x86_64 adds -fPIC. This is needed to
    98     compile <application>liba52</application> on x86_64.</para>
     116    <para>
     117      <parameter>CFLAGS="-g -O2 ...</parameter>: This sets CFLAGS to -g -O2
     118      (which is the default) but then on x86_64 adds -fPIC. This is needed to
     119      compile <application>liba52</application> on x86_64.
     120    </para>
    99121
    100122    <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
    101123      href="../../xincludes/static-libraries.xml"/>
    102124
    103     <para><command>cp liba52/a52_internal.h ...</command>: Copying this header
    104     file into /usr/include/a52dec allows some other programs (such as
    105     <application>xine-lib</application>) to compile and link against a system
    106     installed <application>liba52</application>.</para>
     125    <para>
     126      <command>cp liba52/a52_internal.h ...</command>: Copying this header
     127      file into /usr/include/a52dec allows some other programs (such as
     128      <application>xine-lib</application>) to compile and link against a system
     129      installed <application>liba52</application>.
     130    </para>
    107131  </sect2>
    108132
     
    131155        <term><command>a52dec</command></term>
    132156        <listitem>
    133           <para>plays ATSC A/52 audio streams.</para>
     157          <para>
     158            plays ATSC A/52 audio streams.
     159          </para>
    134160          <indexterm zone="liba52 a52dec">
    135161            <primary sortas="b-a52dec">a52dec</primary>
     
    141167        <term><command>extract_a52</command></term>
    142168        <listitem>
    143           <para>extracts ATSC A/52 audio from an MPEG stream.</para>
     169          <para>
     170            extracts ATSC A/52 audio from an MPEG stream.
     171          </para>
    144172          <indexterm zone="liba52 extract_a52">
    145173            <primary sortas="b-extract_a52">extract_a52</primary>
     
    151179        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>liba52.so</filename></term>
    152180        <listitem>
    153           <para>provides functions for the programs dealing with
    154           ATSC A/52 streams.</para>
     181          <para>
     182            provides functions for the programs dealing with ATSC A/52 streams.
     183          </para>
    155184          <indexterm zone="liba52 liba52-lib">
    156185            <primary sortas="c-liba52">liba52.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libao.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to Libao</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>libao</application> package contains a
    33     cross-platform audio library. This is useful to output audio on a wide
    34     variety of platforms. It currently supports WAV files, OSS (Open Sound
    35     System), ESD (Enlighten Sound Daemon), ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound
    36     Architecture), NAS (Network Audio system), aRTS (analog Real-Time
    37     Synthesizer), and PulseAudio (next generation
    38     <application>GNOME</application> sound architecture).</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>libao</application> package contains a
     34      cross-platform audio library. This is useful to output audio on a wide
     35      variety of platforms. It currently supports WAV files, OSS (Open Sound
     36      System), ESD (Enlighten Sound Daemon), ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound
     37      Architecture), NAS (Network Audio system), aRTS (analog Real-Time
     38      Synthesizer), and PulseAudio (next generation
     39      <application>GNOME</application> sound architecture).
     40    </para>
    3941
    4042    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4345    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4446      <listitem>
    45         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libao-download-http;"/></para>
     47        <para>
     48          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libao-download-http;"/>
     49        </para>
    4650      </listitem>
    4751      <listitem>
    48         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libao-download-ftp;"/></para>
     52        <para>
     53          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libao-download-ftp;"/>
     54        </para>
    4955      </listitem>
    5056      <listitem>
    51         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libao-md5sum;</para>
     57        <para>
     58          Download MD5 sum: &libao-md5sum;
     59        </para>
    5260      </listitem>
    5361      <listitem>
    54         <para>Download size: &libao-size;</para>
     62        <para>
     63          Download size: &libao-size;
     64        </para>
    5565      </listitem>
    5666      <listitem>
    57         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libao-buildsize;</para>
     67        <para>
     68          Estimated disk space required: &libao-buildsize;
     69        </para>
    5870      </listitem>
    5971      <listitem>
    60         <para>Estimated build time: &libao-time;</para>
     72        <para>
     73          Estimated build time: &libao-time;
     74        </para>
    6175      </listitem>
    6276    </itemizedlist>
     
    7993    <title>Installation of Libao</title>
    8094
    81     <para>Install <application>libao</application> by running the following
    82     commands:</para>
     95    <para>
     96      Install <application>libao</application> by running the following
     97      commands:
     98    </para>
    8399
    84100<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr &amp;&amp;
    85101make</userinput></screen>
    86102
    87     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     103    <para>
     104      This package does not come with a test suite.
     105    </para>
    88106
    89     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     107    <para>
     108      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     109    </para>
    90110
    91111<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    100120      <title>Config Files</title>
    101121
    102     <para><filename>/etc/libao.conf</filename> and
    103     <filename>~/.libao</filename></para>
     122    <para>
     123      <filename>/etc/libao.conf</filename> and
     124      <filename>~/.libao</filename>
     125    </para>
    104126
    105127      <indexterm zone="libao libao-config">
     
    116138      <title>Configuration Information</title>
    117139
    118       <para>Currently, the only configuration option available is setting the
    119       default output device. Issue <command>man libao.conf</command>
    120       for details.</para>
     140      <para>
     141        Currently, the only configuration option available is setting the
     142        default output device. Issue <command>man libao.conf</command>
     143        for details.
     144      </para>
    121145
    122146    </sect3>
     
    147171        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libao.so</filename></term>
    148172        <listitem>
    149           <para>provides functions for programs wishing to output sound over
    150           supported platforms.</para>
     173          <para>
     174            provides functions for programs wishing to output sound over
     175            supported platforms.
     176          </para>
    151177          <indexterm zone="libao libao-lib">
    152178            <primary sortas="c-libao">libao.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libcanberra.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    126126    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    127127
    128     <para><parameter>--disable-oss</parameter>: disable optional deprecated OSS
    129     support</para>
    130 
    131     <para><option>--disable-gtk</option>: disable optional GTK+ 2 support</para>
    132 
    133     <para><option>--disable-gtk3</option>: disable optional GTK+ 3
    134     support</para>
     128    <para>
     129      <parameter>--disable-oss</parameter>: disable optional deprecated OSS
     130      support
     131    </para>
     132
     133    <para>
     134      <option>--disable-gtk</option>: disable optional GTK+ 2 support
     135    </para>
     136
     137    <para>
     138      <option>--disable-gtk3</option>: disable optional GTK+ 3 support
     139    </para>
    135140    <!-- gtk-doc support is broken due to an obsolete command "gtkdoc-mktmpl"
    136141    <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
  • multimedia/libdriv/libcddb.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to libcddb</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>libcddb</application> is a library that implements
    33     the different protocols (CDDBP, HTTP, SMTP) to access data on a CDDB
    34     server.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>libcddb</application> is a library that implements
     34      the different protocols (CDDBP, HTTP, SMTP) to access data on a CDDB
     35      server.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libcddb-download-http;"/></para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libcddb-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
    4246      </listitem>
    4347      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libcddb-download-ftp;"/></para>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libcddb-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
    4551      </listitem>
    4652      <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libcddb-md5sum;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libcddb-md5sum;
     55        </para>
    4856      </listitem>
    4957      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &libcddb-size;</para>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libcddb-size;
     60        </para>
    5161      </listitem>
    5262      <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libcddb-buildsize;</para>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libcddb-buildsize;
     65        </para>
    5466      </listitem>
    5567      <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &libcddb-time;</para>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libcddb-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    6579    <title>Installation of libcddb</title>
    6680
    67     <para>Install <application>libcddb</application> by running the
    68     following commands:</para>
     81    <para>
     82      Install <application>libcddb</application> by running the
     83      following commands:
     84    </para>
    6985
    7086<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-static &amp;&amp;
    7187make</userinput></screen>
    7288
    73     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>. Two
    74     tests fail due to missing test servers.</para>
     89    <para>
     90      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>. Two
     91      tests fail due to missing test servers.
     92    </para>
    7593
    76     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    77     user:</para>
     94    <para>
     95      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     96    </para>
    7897
    7998<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    110129        <term><command>cddb_query</command></term>
    111130        <listitem>
    112           <para>provides a user interface to a CDDB server.</para>
     131          <para>
     132            provides a user interface to a CDDB server.
     133          </para>
    113134          <indexterm zone="libcddb cddb_query">
    114135            <primary sortas="b-cddb_query">cddb_query</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libcdio.xml

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    3232    <title>Introduction to libcdio</title>
    3333
    34     <para>The <application>libcdio</application> is a library for CD-ROM and CD
    35     image access. The associated <application>libcdio-cdparanoia</application>
    36     library reads audio from the CD-ROM directly as data, with no analog step
    37     between, and writes the data to a file or pipe as .wav, .aifc or as raw 16
    38     bit linear PCM.</para>
     34    <para>
     35      The <application>libcdio</application> is a library for CD-ROM and CD
     36      image access. The associated <application>libcdio-cdparanoia</application>
     37      library reads audio from the CD-ROM directly as data, with no analog step
     38      between, and writes the data to a file or pipe as .wav, .aifc or as raw 16
     39      bit linear PCM.
     40    </para>
    3941
    4042    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4345    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4446      <listitem>
    45         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libcdio-download-http;"/></para>
    46       </listitem>
    47       <listitem>
    48         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libcdio-download-ftp;"/></para>
    49       </listitem>
    50       <listitem>
    51         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libcdio-md5sum;</para>
    52       </listitem>
    53       <listitem>
    54         <para>Download size: &libcdio-size;</para>
    55       </listitem>
    56       <listitem>
    57         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libcdio-buildsize;</para>
    58       </listitem>
    59       <listitem>
    60         <para>Estimated build time: &libcdio-time;</para>
     47        <para>
     48          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libcdio-download-http;"/>
     49        </para>
     50      </listitem>
     51      <listitem>
     52        <para>
     53          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libcdio-download-ftp;"/>
     54        </para>
     55      </listitem>
     56      <listitem>
     57        <para>
     58          Download MD5 sum: &libcdio-md5sum;
     59        </para>
     60      </listitem>
     61      <listitem>
     62        <para>
     63          Download size: &libcdio-size;
     64        </para>
     65      </listitem>
     66      <listitem>
     67        <para>
     68          Estimated disk space required: &libcdio-buildsize;
     69        </para>
     70      </listitem>
     71      <listitem>
     72        <para>
     73          Estimated build time: &libcdio-time;
     74        </para>
    6175      </listitem>
    6276    </itemizedlist>
     
    6680      <listitem>
    6781        <para>
    68           Required file:
    69           <ulink
     82          Required file: <ulink
    7083          url="&gnu-http;/libcdio/&libcdio-paranoia;.tar.bz2"/>
    7184        </para>
     
    87100    <title>Installation of libcdio</title>
    88101
    89     <para>Install <application>libcdio</application> by running the
    90     following commands:</para>
     102    <para>
     103      Install <application>libcdio</application> by running the
     104      following commands:
     105    </para>
    91106
    92107<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-static &amp;&amp;
    93108make</userinput></screen>
    94109
    95     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
    96 
    97     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    98     user:</para>
     110    <para>
     111      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     112    </para>
     113
     114    <para>
     115      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     116    </para>
    99117
    100118<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
    101119
    102     <para>Now install libcdio-paranoia:</para>
     120    <para>
     121      Now install libcdio-paranoia:
     122    </para>
    103123
    104124<screen><userinput>tar -xf ../&libcdio-paranoia;.tar.bz2 &amp;&amp;
     
    108128make</userinput></screen>
    109129
    110     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
    111 
    112     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    113     user:</para>
     130    <para>
     131      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     132    </para>
     133
     134    <para>
     135      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     136    </para>
    114137
    115138<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    159182        <term><command>cd-drive</command></term>
    160183        <listitem>
    161           <para>shows CD-ROM drive characteristics</para>
     184          <para>
     185            shows CD-ROM drive characteristics.
     186          </para>
    162187          <indexterm zone="libcdio cd-drive">
    163188            <primary sortas="b-cd-drive">cd-drive</primary>
     
    169194        <term><command>cd-info</command></term>
    170195        <listitem>
    171           <para>shows information about a CD or CD-image</para>
     196          <para>
     197            shows information about a CD or CD-image.
     198          </para>
    172199          <indexterm zone="libcdio cd-info">
    173200            <primary sortas="b-cd-info">cd-info</primary>
     
    179206        <term><command>cd-paranoia</command></term>
    180207        <listitem>
    181           <para>is an audio CD reading utility which
    182              includes extra data verification features</para>
     208          <para>
     209            is an audio CD reading utility which
     210            includes extra data verification features.
     211          </para>
    183212          <indexterm zone="libcdio cd-paranoia">
    184213            <primary sortas="b-cd-paranoia">cd-paranoia</primary>
     
    190219        <term><command>cd-read</command></term>
    191220        <listitem>
    192           <para>reads Information from a CD or CD-image</para>
     221          <para>
     222            reads Information from a CD or CD-image.
     223          </para>
    193224          <indexterm zone="libcdio cd-read">
    194225            <primary sortas="b-cd=read">cd-read</primary>
     
    200231        <term><command>cdda-player</command></term>
    201232        <listitem>
    202           <para>is a simple curses CD player</para>
     233          <para>
     234            is a simple curses CD player.
     235          </para>
    203236          <indexterm zone="libcdio cdda-player">
    204237            <primary sortas="b-cdda-player">cdda-player</primary>
     
    210243        <term><command>iso-info</command></term>
    211244        <listitem>
    212           <para>shows Information about an ISO 9660 image</para>
     245          <para>
     246            shows Information about an ISO 9660 image.
     247          </para>
    213248          <indexterm zone="libcdio iso-info">
    214249            <primary sortas="b-iso-info">iso-info</primary>
     
    220255        <term><command>iso-read</command></term>
    221256        <listitem>
    222           <para>reads portions of an ISO 9660 image</para>
     257          <para>
     258            reads portions of an ISO 9660 image.
     259          </para>
    223260          <indexterm zone="libcdio iso-read">
    224261            <primary sortas="b-iso-read">iso-read</primary>
     
    230267        <term><command>mmc-tool</command></term>
    231268        <listitem>
    232           <para>issues libcdio multimedia commands</para>
     269          <para>
     270            issues libcdio multimedia commands.
     271          </para>
    233272          <indexterm zone="libcdio mmc-tool">
    234273            <primary sortas="b-mmc-tool">mmc-tool</primary>
     
    240279        <term><filename class="libraryfile">libcdio.so</filename></term>
    241280        <listitem>
    242           <para>contains the primary cdio API functions</para>
     281          <para>
     282            contains the primary cdio API functions.
     283          </para>
    243284          <indexterm zone="libcdio libcdio.so">
    244285            <primary sortas="c-libcdio.so">libcdio.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libdriv.xml

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    1616  <title>Multimedia Libraries and Drivers</title>
    1717
    18   <para>Many multimedia programs require libraries and/or drivers in order
    19   to function properly.  The packages in this section fall into this category.
    20   Generally you only need to install these if you are installing a program
    21   which has the library listed as either a requirement, or as an option to
    22   enable it to support certain functionality.</para>
     18  <para>
     19    Many multimedia programs require libraries and/or drivers in order
     20    to function properly.  The packages in this section fall into this category.
     21    Generally you only need to install these if you are installing a program
     22    which has the library listed as either a requirement, or as an option to
     23    enable it to support certain functionality.
     24  </para>
    2325
    2426  <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="alsa.xml"/>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libdv.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to Libdv</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The Quasar DV Codec (<application>libdv</application>) is a software
    33     CODEC for DV video, the encoding format used by most digital
    34     camcorders.  It can be used to copy videos from camcorders using a
    35     firewire (IEEE 1394) connection.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The Quasar DV Codec (<application>libdv</application>) is a software
     34      CODEC for DV video, the encoding format used by most digital
     35      camcorders.  It can be used to copy videos from camcorders using a
     36      firewire (IEEE 1394) connection.
     37    </para>
    3638
    3739    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4042    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4143      <listitem>
    42         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libdv-download-http;"/></para>
    43       </listitem>
    44       <listitem>
    45         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libdv-download-ftp;"/></para>
    46       </listitem>
    47       <listitem>
    48         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libdv-md5sum;</para>
    49       </listitem>
    50       <listitem>
    51         <para>Download size: &libdv-size;</para>
    52       </listitem>
    53       <listitem>
    54         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libdv-buildsize;</para>
    55       </listitem>
    56       <listitem>
    57         <para>Estimated build time: &libdv-time;</para>
     44        <para>
     45          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libdv-download-http;"/>
     46        </para>
     47      </listitem>
     48      <listitem>
     49        <para>
     50          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libdv-download-ftp;"/>
     51        </para>
     52      </listitem>
     53      <listitem>
     54        <para>
     55          Download MD5 sum: &libdv-md5sum;
     56        </para>
     57      </listitem>
     58      <listitem>
     59        <para>
     60          Download size: &libdv-size;
     61        </para>
     62      </listitem>
     63      <listitem>
     64        <para>
     65          Estimated disk space required: &libdv-buildsize;
     66        </para>
     67      </listitem>
     68      <listitem>
     69        <para>
     70          Estimated build time: &libdv-time;
     71        </para>
    5872      </listitem>
    5973    </itemizedlist>
     
    7690    <title>Installation of Libdv</title>
    7791
    78     <para>Install <application>libdv</application> by running the
    79     following commands:</para>
     92    <para>
     93      Install <application>libdv</application> by running the
     94      following commands:
     95    </para>
    8096
    8197<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr \
     
    84100make</userinput></screen>
    85101
    86     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
    87 
    88     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     102    <para>
     103      This package does not come with a test suite.
     104    </para>
     105
     106    <para>
     107      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     108    </para>
    89109
    90110<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    97117    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    98118
    99     <para><parameter>--disable-xv</parameter>: This parameter is required if
    100     an <application>X Window System</application> is not installed.  It also
    101     prevents <command>configure</command> testing for
    102     <filename class="libraryfile">libXv</filename> which is only used for an
    103     obsolete program <command>playdv</command> that will not be built with
    104     current <application>linux</application> headers and would also need other
    105     obsolete dependencies.</para> <!-- gtk+-1.2, glib+-1.2 -->
     119    <para>
     120      <parameter>--disable-xv</parameter>: This parameter is required if
     121      an <application>X Window System</application> is not installed.  It also
     122      prevents <command>configure</command> testing for
     123      <filename class="libraryfile">libXv</filename> which is only used for an
     124      obsolete program <command>playdv</command> that will not be built with
     125      current <application>linux</application> headers and would also need
     126      other obsolete dependencies.
     127    </para> <!-- gtk+-1.2, glib+-1.2 -->
    106128
    107129    <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
     
    133155        <term><command>dubdv</command></term>
    134156        <listitem>
    135           <para>inserts audio into a digital video stream.</para>
     157          <para>
     158            inserts audio into a digital video stream.
     159          </para>
    136160          <indexterm zone="libdv dubdv">
    137161            <primary sortas="b-dubdv">dubdv</primary>
     
    143167        <term><command>dvconnect</command></term>
    144168        <listitem>
    145           <para>is a small utility to send or capture raw data from and to the
    146           camcorder.</para>
     169          <para>
     170            is a small utility to send or capture raw data from and to the
     171            camcorder.
     172          </para>
    147173          <indexterm zone="libdv dvconnect">
    148174            <primary sortas="b-dvconnect">dvconnect</primary>
     
    154180        <term><command>encodedv</command></term>
    155181        <listitem>
    156           <para>encodes a series of images to a digital video stream.</para>
     182          <para>
     183            encodes a series of images to a digital video stream.
     184          </para>
    157185          <indexterm zone="libdv encodedv">
    158186            <primary sortas="b-encodedv">encodedv</primary>
     
    164192        <term><command>playdv</command></term>
    165193        <listitem>
    166           <para>displays digital video streams on the screen.</para>
     194          <para>
     195            displays digital video streams on the screen.
     196          </para>
    167197          <indexterm zone="libdv playdv">
    168198            <primary sortas="b-playdv">playdv</primary>
     
    174204        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libdv.so</filename></term>
    175205        <listitem>
    176           <para>provides functions for programs interacting with the
    177           Quasar DV CODEC.</para>
     206          <para>
     207            provides functions for programs interacting with the
     208            Quasar DV CODEC.
     209          </para>
    178210          <indexterm zone="libdv libdv-lib">
    179211            <primary sortas="c-libdv">libdv.{so,a}</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libdvdnav.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to Libdvdnav</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>libdvdnav</application> is a library that allows easy use
    33     of sophisticated DVD navigation features such as DVD menus, multiangle
    34     playback and even interactive DVD games.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>libdvdnav</application> is a library that allows easy use
     34      of sophisticated DVD navigation features such as DVD menus, multiangle
     35      playback and even interactive DVD games.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libdvdnav-download-http;"/></para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libdvdnav-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
    4246      </listitem>
    4347      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libdvdnav-download-ftp;"/></para>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libdvdnav-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
    4551      </listitem>
    4652      <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libdvdnav-md5sum;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libdvdnav-md5sum;
     55        </para>
    4856      </listitem>
    4957      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &libdvdnav-size;</para>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libdvdnav-size;
     60        </para>
    5161      </listitem>
    5262      <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libdvdnav-buildsize;</para>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libdvdnav-buildsize;
     65        </para>
    5466      </listitem>
    5567      <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &libdvdnav-time;</para>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libdvdnav-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    6175
    6276    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Required</bridgehead>
    63     <para role="required"><xref linkend="libdvdread"/></para>
     77    <para role="required">
     78      <xref linkend="libdvdread"/>
     79    </para>
    6480
    6581    <para condition="html" role="usernotes">User Notes:
     
    7086    <title>Installation of Libdvdnav</title>
    7187
    72     <para>Install <application>libdvdnav</application> by running the
    73     following commands:</para>
     88    <para>
     89      Install <application>libdvdnav</application> by running the
     90      following commands:
     91    </para>
    7492
    7593<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr    \
     
    7896make</userinput></screen>
    7997
    80     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     98    <para>
     99      This package does not come with a test suite.
     100    </para>
    81101
    82     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    83     user:</para>
     102    <para>
     103      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     104    </para>
    84105
    85106<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    120141        <term><filename class="libraryfile">libdvdnav.so</filename></term>
    121142        <listitem>
    122           <para>DVD navigation library.</para>
     143          <para>
     144            is the DVD navigation library.
     145          </para>
    123146          <indexterm zone="libdvdnav libdvdnav-lib">
    124147            <primary sortas="c-libdvdnav">libdvdnav.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libdvdread.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to Libdvdread</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>libdvdread</application> is a library which
    33     provides a simple foundation for reading DVDs.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>libdvdread</application> is a library which
     34      provides a simple foundation for reading DVDs.
     35    </para>
    3436
    3537    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3840    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    3941      <listitem>
    40         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libdvdread-download-http;"/></para>
     42        <para>
     43          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libdvdread-download-http;"/>
     44        </para>
    4145      </listitem>
    4246      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libdvdread-download-ftp;"/></para>
     47        <para>
     48          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libdvdread-download-ftp;"/>
     49        </para>
    4450      </listitem>
    4551      <listitem>
    46         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libdvdread-md5sum;</para>
     52        <para>
     53          Download MD5 sum: &libdvdread-md5sum;
     54        </para>
    4755      </listitem>
    4856      <listitem>
    49         <para>Download size: &libdvdread-size;</para>
     57        <para>
     58          Download size: &libdvdread-size;
     59        </para>
    5060      </listitem>
    5161      <listitem>
    52         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libdvdread-buildsize;</para>
     62        <para>
     63          Estimated disk space required: &libdvdread-buildsize;
     64        </para>
    5365      </listitem>
    5466      <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated build time: &libdvdread-time;</para>
     67        <para>
     68          Estimated build time: &libdvdread-time;
     69        </para>
    5670      </listitem>
    5771    </itemizedlist>
     
    6478    <title>Installation of Libdvdread</title>
    6579
    66     <para>Install <application>libdvdread</application> by running the
    67     following commands:</para>
     80    <para>
     81      Install <application>libdvdread</application> by running the
     82      following commands:
     83    </para>
    6884
    6985<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr    \
     
    7288make</userinput></screen>
    7389
    74     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     90    <para>
     91      This package does not come with a test suite.
     92    </para>
    7593
    76     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    77     user:</para>
     94    <para>
     95      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     96    </para>
    7897
    7998<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    113132        <term><filename class="libraryfile">libdvdread.so</filename></term>
    114133        <listitem>
    115           <para>provides functionality required to access DVDs.</para>
     134          <para>
     135            provides functionality required to access DVDs.
     136          </para>
    116137          <indexterm zone="libdvdread libdvdread-lib">
    117138            <primary sortas="c-libdvdread">libdvdread.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libmad.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to libmad</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>libmad</application> is a high-quality
    33     MPEG audio decoder capable of 24-bit output.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>libmad</application> is a high-quality
     34      MPEG audio decoder capable of 24-bit output.
     35    </para>
    3436
    3537    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3840    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    3941      <listitem>
    40         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libmad-download-http;"/></para>
     42        <para>
     43          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libmad-download-http;"/>
     44        </para>
    4145      </listitem>
    4246      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libmad-download-ftp;"/></para>
     47        <para>
     48          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libmad-download-ftp;"/>
     49        </para>
    4450      </listitem>
    4551      <listitem>
    46         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libmad-md5sum;</para>
     52        <para>
     53          Download MD5 sum: &libmad-md5sum;
     54        </para>
    4755      </listitem>
    4856      <listitem>
    49         <para>Download size: &libmad-size;</para>
     57        <para>
     58          Download size: &libmad-size;
     59        </para>
    5060      </listitem>
    5161      <listitem>
    52         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libmad-buildsize;</para>
     62        <para>
     63          Estimated disk space required: &libmad-buildsize;
     64        </para>
    5365      </listitem>
    5466      <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated build time: &libmad-time;</para>
     67        <para>
     68          Estimated build time: &libmad-time;
     69        </para>
    5670      </listitem>
    5771    </itemizedlist>
     
    6074    <itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
    6175      <listitem>
    62         <para>Required patch: <ulink
    63         url="&patch-root;/libmad-&libmad-version;-fixes-1.patch"/></para>
     76        <para>
     77          Required patch: <ulink
     78          url="&patch-root;/libmad-&libmad-version;-fixes-1.patch"/>
     79        </para>
    6480      </listitem>
    6581    </itemizedlist>
     
    7389    <title>Installation of libmad</title>
    7490
    75     <para>Install <application>libmad</application> by running the
    76     following commands:</para>
     91    <para>
     92      Install <application>libmad</application> by running the
     93      following commands:
     94    </para>
    7795
    7896<screen><userinput>patch -Np1 -i ../libmad-&libmad-version;-fixes-1.patch                &amp;&amp;
     
    84102make</userinput></screen>
    85103
    86     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     104    <para>
     105      This package does not come with a test suite.
     106    </para>
    87107
    88     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     108    <para>
     109      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     110    </para>
    89111
    90112  <screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
    91113
    92     <para>Some packages check for the <application>pkg-config</application> file
    93     for <application>libmad</application>. This file is particularly needed so
    94     that <application>Cdrdao</application> can recognize the installed
    95     <application>libmad</application>.</para>
     114    <para>
     115      Some packages check for the <application>pkg-config</application> file
     116      for <application>libmad</application>. This file is particularly needed
     117      so that <application>Cdrdao</application> can recognize the installed
     118      <application>libmad</application>.
     119    </para>
    96120
    97     <para>As the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     121    <para>
     122      As the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     123    </para>
    98124
    99125<screen role="root"><userinput>cat &gt; /usr/lib/pkgconfig/mad.pc &lt;&lt; "EOF"
     
    149175        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libmad.so</filename></term>
    150176        <listitem>
    151           <para>is a MPEG audio decoder library.</para>
     177          <para>
     178            is a MPEG audio decoder library.
     179          </para>
    152180          <indexterm zone="libmad libmad-lib">
    153181            <primary sortas="c-libmad">libmad.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libmpeg2.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to libmpeg2</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>libmpeg2</application> package contains a library
    33     for decoding MPEG-2 and MPEG-1 video streams. The library is able to decode
    34     all MPEG streams that conform to certain restrictions: <quote>constrained
    35     parameters</quote> for MPEG-1, and <quote>main profile</quote> for MPEG-2.
    36     This is useful for programs and applications needing to decode MPEG-2 and
    37     MPEG-1 video streams.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>libmpeg2</application> package contains a library for
     34      decoding MPEG-2 and MPEG-1 video streams. The library is able to decode
     35      all MPEG streams that conform to certain restrictions: <quote>constrained
     36      parameters</quote> for MPEG-1, and <quote>main profile</quote> for MPEG-2.
     37      This is useful for programs and applications needing to decode MPEG-2 and
     38      MPEG-1 video streams.
     39    </para>
    3840
    3941    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4244    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4345      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libmpeg2-download-http;"/></para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libmpeg2-download-ftp;"/></para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libmpeg2-md5sum;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Download size: &libmpeg2-size;</para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libmpeg2-buildsize;</para>
    57       </listitem>
    58       <listitem>
    59         <para>Estimated build time: &libmpeg2-time;</para>
     46        <para>
     47          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libmpeg2-download-http;"/>
     48        </para>
     49      </listitem>
     50      <listitem>
     51        <para>
     52          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libmpeg2-download-ftp;"/>
     53        </para>
     54      </listitem>
     55      <listitem>
     56        <para>
     57          Download MD5 sum: &libmpeg2-md5sum;
     58        </para>
     59      </listitem>
     60      <listitem>
     61        <para>
     62          Download size: &libmpeg2-size;
     63        </para>
     64      </listitem>
     65      <listitem>
     66        <para>
     67          Estimated disk space required: &libmpeg2-buildsize;
     68        </para>
     69      </listitem>
     70      <listitem>
     71        <para>
     72          Estimated build time: &libmpeg2-time;
     73        </para>
    6074      </listitem>
    6175    </itemizedlist>
     
    7589    <title>Installation of libmpeg2</title>
    7690
    77     <para>Install <application>libmpeg2</application> by running the following
    78     commands:</para>
     91    <para>
     92      Install <application>libmpeg2</application> by running the following
     93      commands:
     94    </para>
    7995
    8096<screen><userinput>sed -i 's/static const/static/' libmpeg2/idct_mmx.c &amp;&amp;
     
    85101make</userinput></screen>
    86102
    87     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>. To
    88     perform a more comprehensive regression test, see the file
    89     <filename>test/README</filename> in the source tree.</para>
    90 
    91     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     103    <para>
     104      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>. To
     105      perform a more comprehensive regression test, see the file
     106      <filename>test/README</filename> in the source tree.
     107    </para>
     108
     109    <para>
     110      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     111    </para>
    92112
    93113<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    102122    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    103123
    104     <para><command>sed -i ...</command>: This <command>sed</command> fixes
    105     problems with recent GCC compilers.</para>
     124    <para>
     125      <command>sed -i ...</command>: This <command>sed</command> fixes
     126      problems with recent GCC compilers.
     127    </para>
    106128
    107129    <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
     
    151173        <term><command>extract_mpeg2</command></term>
    152174        <listitem>
    153           <para>extracts MPEG video streams from a multiplexed stream.</para>
     175          <para>
     176            extracts MPEG video streams from a multiplexed stream.
     177          </para>
    154178          <indexterm zone="libmpeg2 extract_mpeg2">
    155179            <primary sortas="b-extract_mpeg2">extract_mpeg2</primary>
     
    161185        <term><command>mpeg2dec</command></term>
    162186        <listitem>
    163           <para>decodes MPEG1 and MPEG2 video streams.</para>
     187          <para>
     188            decodes MPEG1 and MPEG2 video streams.
     189          </para>
    164190          <indexterm zone="libmpeg2 mpeg2dec">
    165191            <primary sortas="b-mpeg2dec">mpeg2dec</primary>
     
    171197        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libmpeg2.so</filename></term>
    172198        <listitem>
    173           <para>contains API functions used to decode MPEG video streams.</para>
     199          <para>
     200            contains API functions used to decode MPEG video streams.
     201          </para>
    174202          <indexterm zone="libmpeg2 libmpeg2-lib">
    175203            <primary sortas="c-libmpeg2">libmpeg2.so</primary>
     
    181209        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libmpeg2convert.so</filename></term>
    182210        <listitem>
    183           <para>contains API functions used for color conversions of MPEG
    184           video streams.</para>
     211          <para>
     212            contains API functions used for color conversions of MPEG
     213            video streams.
     214          </para>
    185215          <indexterm zone="libmpeg2 libmpeg2convert">
    186216            <primary sortas="c-libmpeg2convert">libmpeg2convert.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libmusicbrainz.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to libmusicbrainz</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>libmusicbrainz</application> package contains a
    33     library which allows you to access the data held on the MusicBrainz server.
    34     This is useful for adding MusicBrainz lookup capabilities to other
    35     applications.</para>
    36 
    37     <para>MusicBrainz is a community music metadatabase that attempts to create
    38     a comprehensive music information site. You can use the MusicBrainz data
    39     either by browsing the web site, or you can access the data from a client
    40     program &mdash; for example, a CD player program can use MusicBrainz to
    41     identify CDs and provide information about the CD, about the artist or
    42     other related information.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>libmusicbrainz</application> package contains a library
     34      which allows you to access the data held on the MusicBrainz server.
     35      This is useful for adding MusicBrainz lookup capabilities to other
     36      applications.
     37    </para>
     38
     39    <para>
     40      MusicBrainz is a community music metadatabase that attempts to create
     41      a comprehensive music information site. You can use the MusicBrainz data
     42      either by browsing the web site, or you can access the data from a client
     43      program &mdash; for example, a CD player program can use MusicBrainz to
     44      identify CDs and provide information about the CD, about the artist or
     45      other related information.
     46    </para>
    4347
    4448    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4751    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4852      <listitem>
    49         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libmusicbrainz-download-http;"/></para>
    50       </listitem>
    51       <listitem>
    52         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libmusicbrainz-download-ftp;"/></para>
    53       </listitem>
    54       <listitem>
    55         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libmusicbrainz-md5sum;</para>
    56       </listitem>
    57       <listitem>
    58         <para>Download size: &libmusicbrainz-size;</para>
    59       </listitem>
    60       <listitem>
    61         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libmusicbrainz-buildsize;</para>
    62       </listitem>
    63       <listitem>
    64         <para>Estimated build time: &libmusicbrainz-time;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libmusicbrainz-download-http;"/>
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libmusicbrainz-download-ftp;"/>
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Download MD5 sum: &libmusicbrainz-md5sum;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Download size: &libmusicbrainz-size;
     70        </para>
     71      </listitem>
     72      <listitem>
     73        <para>
     74          Estimated disk space required: &libmusicbrainz-buildsize;
     75        </para>
     76      </listitem>
     77      <listitem>
     78        <para>
     79          Estimated build time: &libmusicbrainz-time;
     80        </para>
    6581      </listitem>
    6682    </itemizedlist>
     
    6985    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    7086      <listitem>
    71         <para>Required patch: <ulink
    72         url="&patch-root;/libmusicbrainz-&libmusicbrainz-version;-missing-includes-1.patch"/></para>
     87        <para>
     88          Required patch: <ulink
     89          url="&patch-root;/libmusicbrainz-&libmusicbrainz-version;-missing-includes-1.patch"/>
     90        </para>
    7391      </listitem>
    7492    </itemizedlist>
     
    89107    <title>Installation of libmusicbrainz</title>
    90108
    91     <para>Install <application>libmusicbrainz</application> by running the
    92     following commands:</para>
     109    <para>
     110      Install <application>libmusicbrainz</application> by running the
     111      following commands:
     112    </para>
    93113
    94114<screen><userinput>patch -Np1 -i ../libmusicbrainz-&libmusicbrainz-version;-missing-includes-1.patch &amp;&amp;
     
    98118make</userinput></screen>
    99119
    100     <para>If <application>Python</application> is installed, build the bindings
    101     with the following commands:</para>
     120    <para>
     121      If <application>Python</application> is installed, build the bindings
     122      with the following commands:
     123    </para>
    102124
    103125<screen><userinput>(cd python &amp;&amp; python setup.py build)</userinput></screen>
    104126
    105     <para>This package does not come with a stand-alone test suite (to
    106     test you must have <application>Python</application> installed and perform
    107     the test after the package is installed).</para>
    108 
    109     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     127    <para>
     128      This package does not come with a stand-alone test suite (to
     129      test you must have <application>Python</application> installed and perform
     130      the test after the package is installed).
     131    </para>
     132
     133    <para>
     134      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     135    </para>
    110136
    111137<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    113139    /usr/share/doc/libmusicbrainz-&libmusicbrainz-version;/mb_howto.txt</userinput></screen>
    114140
    115     <para>To test the Python bindings, issue the following:
    116     <command>(cd python &amp;&amp; python setup.py test)</command>.</para>
    117 
    118     <para>If you built the Python bindings, issue the following commands as
    119     the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user to install
    120     them:</para>
     141    <para>
     142      To test the Python bindings, issue the following:
     143      <command>(cd python &amp;&amp; python setup.py test)</command>.
     144    </para>
     145
     146    <para>
     147      If you built the Python bindings, issue the following commands as
     148      the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user to install
     149      them:
     150    </para>
    121151
    122152<screen role="root"><userinput>(cd python &amp;&amp; python setup.py install)</userinput></screen>
     
    156186        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libmusicbrainz.so</filename></term>
    157187        <listitem>
    158           <para>contains API functions to access the MusicBrainz database, both
    159           for looking up data and also for submitting new data.</para>
     188          <para>
     189            contains API functions to access the MusicBrainz database, both
     190            for looking up data and also for submitting new data.
     191          </para>
    160192          <indexterm zone="libmusicbrainz libmusicbrainz-lib">
    161193            <primary sortas="c-libmusicbrainz">libmusicbrainz.{so,a}</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libogg.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to libogg</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>libogg</application> package contains the Ogg file
    33     structure. This is useful for creating (encoding) or playing (decoding) a
    34     single physical bit stream.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The <application>libogg</application> package contains the Ogg file
     34      structure. This is useful for creating (encoding) or playing (decoding) a
     35      single physical bit stream.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libogg-download-http;"/></para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libogg-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
    4246      </listitem>
    4347      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libogg-download-ftp;"/></para>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libogg-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
    4551      </listitem>
    4652      <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libogg-md5sum;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libogg-md5sum;
     55        </para>
    4856      </listitem>
    4957      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &libogg-size;</para>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libogg-size;
     60        </para>
    5161      </listitem>
    5262      <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libogg-buildsize;</para>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libogg-buildsize;
     65        </para>
    5466      </listitem>
    5567      <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &libogg-time;</para>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libogg-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    6680    <title>Installation of libogg</title>
    6781
    68     <para>Install <application>libogg</application> by running the following
    69     commands:</para>
     82    <para>
     83      Install <application>libogg</application> by running the following
     84      commands:
     85    </para>
    7086
    7187<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr    \
     
    7490make</userinput></screen>
    7591
    76     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
     92    <para>
     93      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     94    </para>
    7795
    78     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     96    <para>
     97      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     98    </para>
    7999
    80100<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    113133        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libogg.so</filename></term>
    114134        <listitem>
    115           <para>provides the functions required for programs to
    116           read or write Ogg formatted bit streams.</para>
     135          <para>
     136            provides the functions required for programs to
     137            read or write Ogg formatted bit streams.
     138          </para>
    117139          <indexterm zone="libogg libogg-lib">
    118140            <primary sortas="c-libogg">libogg.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libsamplerate.xml

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    3131    <title>Introduction to libsamplerate</title>
    3232
    33     <para><application>libsamplerate</application> is a sample rate converter
    34     for audio.</para>
     33    <para>
     34      <application>libsamplerate</application> is a sample rate converter
     35      for audio.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libsamplerate-download-http;"/></para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libsamplerate-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
    4246      </listitem>
    4347      <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libsamplerate-download-ftp;"/></para>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libsamplerate-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
    4551      </listitem>
    4652      <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libsamplerate-md5sum;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libsamplerate-md5sum;
     55        </para>
    4856      </listitem>
    4957      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &libsamplerate-size;</para>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libsamplerate-size;
     60        </para>
    5161      </listitem>
    5262      <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libsamplerate-buildsize;</para>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libsamplerate-buildsize;
     65        </para>
    5466      </listitem>
    5567      <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &libsamplerate-time;</para>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libsamplerate-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    7387    <title>Installation of libsamplerate</title>
    7488
    75     <para>Install <application>libsamplerate</application> by running the
    76     following commands:</para>
     89    <para>
     90      Install <application>libsamplerate</application> by running the
     91      following commands:
     92    </para>
    7793
    7894<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-static &amp;&amp;
    7995make</userinput></screen>
    8096
    81     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
     97    <para>
     98      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     99    </para>
    82100
    83     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    84     user:</para>
     101    <para>
     102      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     103    </para>
    85104
    86105<screen role="root"><userinput>make htmldocdir=/usr/share/doc/libsamplerate-&libsamplerate-version; install</userinput></screen>
     
    118137        <term><command>sndfile-resample</command></term>
    119138        <listitem>
    120           <para>is a sample rate converter using libsndfile for file I/O.</para>
     139          <para>
     140            is a sample rate converter using libsndfile for file I/O.
     141          </para>
    121142          <indexterm zone="libsamplerate sndfile-resample">
    122143            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-resample">sndfile-resample</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libsndfile.xml

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    4141    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4242      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libsndfile-download-http;"/></para>
    44       </listitem>
    45       <listitem>
    46         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libsndfile-download-ftp;"/></para>
    47       </listitem>
    48       <listitem>
    49         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libsndfile-md5sum;</para>
    50       </listitem>
    51       <listitem>
    52         <para>Download size: &libsndfile-size;</para>
    53       </listitem>
    54       <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libsndfile-buildsize;</para>
    56       </listitem>
    57       <listitem>
    58         <para>Estimated build time: &libsndfile-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libsndfile-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libsndfile-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libsndfile-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libsndfile-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libsndfile-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libsndfile-time;
     70        </para>
    5971      </listitem>
    6072    </itemizedlist>
     
    93105make</userinput></screen>
    94106
    95     <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
     107    <para>
     108      To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     109    </para>
    96110
    97111    <para>
     
    145159        <term><command>sndfile-cmp</command></term>
    146160        <listitem>
    147           <para>compares two audio files.</para>
     161          <para>
     162            compares two audio files.
     163          </para>
    148164          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-cmp">
    149165            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-cmp">sndfile-cmp</primary>
     
    155171        <term><command>sndfile-concat</command></term>
    156172        <listitem>
    157           <para>concatenates two or more audio files.</para>
     173          <para>
     174            concatenates two or more audio files.
     175          </para>
    158176          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-concat">
    159177            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-concat">sndfile-concat</primary>
     
    165183        <term><command>sndfile-convert</command></term>
    166184        <listitem>
    167           <para>converts a sound files from one format to another.</para>
     185          <para>
     186            converts a sound files from one format to another.
     187          </para>
    168188          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-convert">
    169189            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-convert">sndfile-convert</primary>
     
    175195        <term><command>sndfile-deinterleave</command></term>
    176196        <listitem>
    177           <para>splits a multi-channel into multiple single channel files.</para>
     197          <para>
     198            splits a multi-channel into multiple single channel files.
     199          </para>
    178200          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-deinterleave">
    179201            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-deinterleave">sndfile-deinterleave</primary>
     
    185207        <term><command>sndfile-info</command></term>
    186208        <listitem>
    187           <para>displays information about a sound file.</para>
     209          <para>
     210            displays information about a sound file.
     211          </para>
    188212          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-info">
    189213            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-info">sndfile-info</primary>
     
    195219        <term><command>sndfile-interleave</command></term>
    196220        <listitem>
    197           <para>converts multiple single channel files into a multi-channel
    198           file.</para>
     221          <para>
     222            converts multiple single channel files into a multi-channel file.
     223          </para>
    199224          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-interleave">
    200225            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-interleave">sndfile-interleave</primary>
     
    206231        <term><command>sndfile-metadata-get</command></term>
    207232        <listitem>
    208           <para>retrieves metadata from a sound file.</para>
     233          <para>
     234            retrieves metadata from a sound file.
     235          </para>
    209236          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-metadata-get">
    210237            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-metadata-get">sndfile-metadata-get</primary>
     
    216243        <term><command>sndfile-metadata-set</command></term>
    217244        <listitem>
    218           <para>sets metadata in a sound file.</para>
     245          <para>
     246            sets metadata in a sound file.
     247          </para>
    219248          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-metadata-set">
    220249            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-metadata-set">sndfile-metadata-set</primary>
     
    226255        <term><command>sndfile-play</command></term>
    227256        <listitem>
    228           <para>plays a sound file.</para>
     257          <para>
     258            plays a sound file.
     259          </para>
    229260          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-play">
    230261            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-play">sndfile-play</primary>
     
    236267        <term><command>sndfile-regtest</command></term>
    237268        <listitem>
    238           <para>does this .....</para>
     269          <para>
     270            does this .....
     271          </para>
    239272          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-regtest">
    240273            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-regtest">sndfile-regtest</primary>
     
    246279        <term><command>sndfile-salvage</command></term>
    247280        <listitem>
    248           <para>does this .....</para>
     281          <para>
     282            does this .....
     283          </para>
    249284          <indexterm zone="libsndfile sndfile-salvage">
    250285            <primary sortas="b-sndfile-salvage">sndfile-salvage</primary>
     
    256291        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libsndfile.so</filename></term>
    257292        <listitem>
    258           <para>contains the <application>libsndfile</application> API
    259           functions.</para>
     293          <para>
     294            contains the <application>libsndfile</application> API functions.
     295          </para>
    260296          <indexterm zone="libsndfile libsndfile-lib">
    261297            <primary sortas="c-libsndfile">libsndfile.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libtheora.xml

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    4141    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4242      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libtheora-download-http;"/></para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libtheora-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
    4446      </listitem>
    4547      <listitem>
    46         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libtheora-download-ftp;"/></para>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libtheora-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
    4751      </listitem>
    4852      <listitem>
    49         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libtheora-md5sum;</para>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libtheora-md5sum;
     55        </para>
    5056      </listitem>
    5157      <listitem>
    52         <para>Download size: &libtheora-size;</para>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libtheora-size;
     60        </para>
    5361      </listitem>
    5462      <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libtheora-buildsize;</para>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libtheora-buildsize;
     65        </para>
    5666      </listitem>
    5767      <listitem>
    58         <para>Estimated build time: &libtheora-time;</para>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libtheora-time;
     70        </para>
    5971      </listitem>
    6072    </itemizedlist>
     
    88100    <title>Installation of libtheora</title>
    89101
    90     <para>Install <application>libtheora</application> by running the following
    91     commands:</para>
     102    <para>
     103      Install <application>libtheora</application> by running the following
     104      commands:
     105    </para>
    92106
    93107<screen><userinput>sed -i 's/png_\(sizeof\)/\1/g' examples/png2theora.c &amp;&amp;
     
    95109make</userinput></screen>
    96110
    97     <para>If you wish to run the tests, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
     111    <para>
     112      If you wish to run the tests, issue: <command>make check</command>.
     113    </para>
    98114
    99     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     115    <para>
     116      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     117    </para>
    100118
    101119<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
    102120
    103     <para>If you wish to install the examples (so that you can hack on
    104     <literal>theora</literal>), install them as the <systemitem
    105     class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     121    <para>
     122      If you wish to install the examples (so that you can hack on
     123      <literal>theora</literal>), install them as the <systemitem
     124      class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     125    </para>
    106126
    107127<screen role="root"><userinput>cd examples/.libs &amp;&amp;
     
    150170        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libtheora*.so</filename></term>
    151171        <listitem>
    152           <para>libraries provide the functions to read and write video
    153           files.</para>
     172          <para>
     173            contains the functions to read and write video files.
     174          </para>
    154175          <indexterm zone="libtheora libtheora-lib">
    155176            <primary sortas="c-libtheora">libtheora*.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/libvpx.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to libvpx</title>
    3131
    32     <para>This package, from the WebM project, provides the reference
    33     implementations of the VP8 Codec, used in most current html5 video,
    34     and of the next-generation VP9 Codec.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      This package, from the WebM project, provides the reference
     34      implementations of the VP8 Codec, used in most current html5 video,
     35      and of the next-generation VP9 Codec.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libvpx-download-http;"/></para>
    42       </listitem>
    43       <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libvpx-download-ftp;"/></para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &libvpx-md5sum;</para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &libvpx-size;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &libvpx-buildsize;</para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &libvpx-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&libvpx-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&libvpx-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &libvpx-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &libvpx-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &libvpx-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &libvpx-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    8397    <title>Installation of libvpx</title>
    8498
    85     <para>Install <application>libvpx</application> by running the
    86     following commands:</para>
     99    <para>
     100      Install <application>libvpx</application> by running the
     101      following commands:
     102    </para>
    87103
    88104<screen><userinput>sed -i 's/cp -p/cp/' build/make/Makefile &amp;&amp;
     
    96112make</userinput></screen>
    97113
    98     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
    99 
    100     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
    101     user:</para>
     114    <para>
     115      This package does not come with a test suite.
     116    </para>
     117
     118    <para>
     119      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem>
     120    user:
     121    </para>
    102122
    103123<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    108128    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    109129
    110     <para><command>sed ... </command>: This command
    111     corrects ownership and permissions of installed files.</para>
    112 
    113     <para><command>mkdir libvpx-build &amp;&amp; cd
    114     libvpx-build</command>: The <application>libvpx</application> developers
    115     recommend building in a dedicated build directory.</para>
    116 
    117     <para><option>--disable-vp8</option>: This switch prevents building of VP8
    118     codec support.</para>
    119 
    120     <para><option>--disable-vp9</option>: This switch prevents building of VP9
    121     codec support.</para>
     130    <para>
     131      <command>sed ... </command>: This command
     132      corrects ownership and permissions of installed files.
     133    </para>
     134
     135    <para>
     136      <command>mkdir libvpx-build &amp;&amp; cd libvpx-build</command>:
     137      The <application>libvpx</application> developers
     138      recommend building in a dedicated build directory.
     139    </para>
     140
     141    <para>
     142      <option>--disable-vp8</option>: This switch prevents building of VP8
     143      codec support.
     144    </para>
     145
     146    <para>
     147      <option>--disable-vp9</option>: This switch prevents building of VP9
     148      codec support.
     149    </para>
    122150
    123151    <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
     
    149177        <term><command>vpxdec</command></term>
    150178        <listitem>
    151           <para>is the WebM Project VP8 and VP9 decoder.</para>
     179          <para>
     180            is the WebM Project VP8 and VP9 decoder.
     181          </para>
    152182          <indexterm zone="libvpx vpxdec">
    153183            <primary sortas="b-vpxdec">vpxdec</primary>
     
    159189        <term><command>vpxenc</command></term>
    160190        <listitem>
    161           <para>is the WebM project VP8 and VP9 encoder.</para>
     191          <para>
     192            is the WebM project VP8 and VP9 encoder.
     193          </para>
    162194          <indexterm zone="libvpx vpxenc">
    163195            <primary sortas="b-vpxenc">vpxenc</primary>
     
    169201        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libvpx.so</filename></term>
    170202        <listitem>
    171           <para>provides functions to use the VP8 and VP9 video codecs.</para>
     203          <para>
     204            provides functions to use the VP8 and VP9 video codecs.
     205          </para>
    172206          <indexterm zone="libvpx libvpx-lib">
    173207            <primary sortas="c-libvpx">libvpx.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/mlt.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to MLT</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>MLT</application> package is the Media Lovin Toolkit.
    33     It is an open source multimedia framework, designed and developed for
    34     television broadcasting. It provides a toolkit for broadcasters, video
    35     editors, media players, transcoders, web streamers and many more types of
    36     applications.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>MLT</application> package is the Media Lovin Toolkit.
     34      It is an open source multimedia framework, designed and developed for
     35      television broadcasting. It provides a toolkit for broadcasters, video
     36      editors, media players, transcoders, web streamers and many more types of
     37      applications.
     38    </para>
    3739
    3840    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4143    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4244      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&mlt-download-http;"/></para>
     45        <para>
     46          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&mlt-download-http;"/>
     47        </para>
    4448      </listitem>
    4549      <listitem>
    46         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&mlt-download-ftp;"/></para>
     50        <para>
     51          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&mlt-download-ftp;"/>
     52        </para>
    4753      </listitem>
    4854      <listitem>
    49         <para>Download MD5 sum: &mlt-md5sum;</para>
     55        <para>
     56          Download MD5 sum: &mlt-md5sum;
     57        </para>
    5058      </listitem>
    5159      <listitem>
    52         <para>Download size: &mlt-size;</para>
     60        <para>
     61          Download size: &mlt-size;
     62        </para>
    5363      </listitem>
    5464      <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated disk space required: &mlt-buildsize;</para>
     65        <para>
     66          Estimated disk space required: &mlt-buildsize;
     67        </para>
    5668      </listitem>
    5769      <listitem>
    58         <para>Estimated build time: &mlt-time;</para>
     70        <para>
     71          Estimated build time: &mlt-time;
     72        </para>
    5973      </listitem>
    6074    </itemizedlist>
     
    90104    <title>Installation of MLT</title>
    91105
    92     <para>Install <application>MLT</application> by running the
    93     following commands:</para>
     106    <para>
     107      Install <application>MLT</application> by running the following commands:
     108    </para>
    94109
    95110<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr     \
     
    100115make</userinput></screen>
    101116
    102     <para>This package does not come with a test suite. However a test .mp4
    103     file can be played in a local graphical environment with
    104     <userinput>./src/melt/melt &lt;filename&gt;.mp4</userinput>.</para>
     117    <para>
     118      This package does not come with a test suite. However a test .mp4
     119      file can be played in a local graphical environment with
     120      <command>./src/melt/melt &lt;filename&gt;.mp4</command>.
     121    </para>
    105122
    106     <note><para>This application uses advanced graphical capabilites.  In
    107     some cases, firmware for your specific graphics adaptor may be needed.
    108     See <xref linkend="video-firmware"/> for more information.</para></note>
     123    <note>
     124      <para>
     125        This application uses advanced graphical capabilites.  In
     126        some cases, firmware for your specific graphics adaptor may be needed.
     127        See <xref linkend="video-firmware"/> for more information.
     128      </para>
     129    </note>
    109130
    110     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     131    <para>
     132      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     133    </para>
    111134
    112135<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    143166        <term><command>melt</command></term>
    144167        <listitem>
    145           <para>is a test tool for MLT.</para>
     168          <para>
     169            is a test tool for MLT.
     170          </para>
    146171          <indexterm zone="mlt melt">
    147172            <primary sortas="b-melt">melt</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/sdl.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030    <title>Introduction to SDL</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The Simple DirectMedia Layer (<application>SDL</application>
    33     for short) is a cross-platform library designed to make it easy to write
    34     multimedia software, such as games and emulators.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The Simple DirectMedia Layer (<application>SDL</application>
     34      for short) is a cross-platform library designed to make it easy to write
     35      multimedia software, such as games and emulators.
     36    </para>
    3537
    3638    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3941    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4042      <listitem>
    41         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&sdl-download-http;"/></para>
    42       </listitem>
    43       <listitem>
    44         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&sdl-download-ftp;"/></para>
    45       </listitem>
    46       <listitem>
    47         <para>Download MD5 sum: &sdl-md5sum;</para>
    48       </listitem>
    49       <listitem>
    50         <para>Download size: &sdl-size;</para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Estimated disk space required: &sdl-buildsize;</para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Estimated build time: &sdl-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&sdl-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&sdl-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &sdl-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &sdl-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &sdl-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &sdl-time;
     70        </para>
    5771      </listitem>
    5872    </itemizedlist>
     
    8498    <title>Installation of SDL</title>
    8599
    86     <para>Install <application>SDL</application> by running the
    87     following commands:</para>
     100    <para>
     101      Install <application>SDL</application> by running the
     102      following commands:
     103    </para>
    88104
    89105<screen><userinput>sed -e '/_XData32/s:register long:register _Xconst long:' \
     
    94110make</userinput></screen>
    95111
    96     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     112    <para>
     113      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     114    </para>
    97115
    98116<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
     
    107125    <title>Testing SDL</title>
    108126
    109     <para>If you wish to, test the installation of
    110     <application>SDL</application> using the included
    111     test programs. It is not required to install any of the resulting binaries
    112     to validate the installation. Issue the following commands to build the
    113     test programs:</para>
     127    <para>
     128      If you wish to, test the installation of <application>SDL</application>
     129      using the included test programs. It is not required to install any of
     130      the resulting binaries to validate the installation. Issue the following
     131      commands to build the test programs:
     132    </para>
    114133
    115134<screen remap="test"><userinput>cd test &amp;&amp;
     
    117136make</userinput></screen>
    118137
    119     <para>You'll need to manually run all the test programs (they are listed in
    120     the <filename>README</filename> file in this directory).  Many of them will
    121     need to be manually killed, and you'll need to turn your speakers on with
    122     the volume at a suitable level.</para>
     138    <para>
     139      You'll need to manually run all the test programs (they are listed in
     140      the <filename>README</filename> file in this directory).  Many of them
     141      will need to be manually killed, and you'll need to turn your speakers
     142      on with the volume at a suitable level.
     143    </para>
    123144
    124145  </sect2>
     
    127148    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    128149
    129     <para><command>sed -e ...</command>: This command fixes compilation with
    130     libX11-1.6.0 and later.</para>
     150    <para>
     151      <command>sed -e ...</command>: This command fixes compilation with
     152      libX11-1.6.0 and later.
     153    </para>
    131154
    132155    <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"
    133156      href="../../xincludes/static-libraries.xml"/>
    134157
    135     <para><option>--disable-alsa-shared</option>: This switch disables
    136     dynamically loading ALSA shared libraries.</para>
    137 
    138     <para><option>--disable-sdl-dlopen</option>: This switch disables using
    139     dlopen for shared object loading. Loading image backend libraries like
    140     libpng dynamically on the fly does not work.</para>
    141 
    142     <para><option>--disable-x11-shared</option>: This switch disables
    143     dynamically loading X11 shared libraries.</para>
     158    <para>
     159      <option>--disable-alsa-shared</option>: This switch disables
     160      dynamically loading ALSA shared libraries.
     161    </para>
     162
     163    <para>
     164      <option>--disable-sdl-dlopen</option>: This switch disables using
     165      dlopen for shared object loading. Loading image backend libraries like
     166      libpng dynamically on the fly does not work.
     167    </para>
     168
     169    <para>
     170      <option>--disable-x11-shared</option>: This switch disables
     171      dynamically loading X11 shared libraries.
     172    </para>
    144173
    145174  </sect2>
     
    181210        <term><command>sdl-config</command></term>
    182211        <listitem>
    183           <para>determines the compile and linker flags that should be used to
    184           compile and link programs that use
    185           <filename class='libraryfile'>libSDL</filename>.</para>
     212          <para>
     213            determines the compile and linker flags that should be used to
     214            compile and link programs that use
     215            <filename class='libraryfile'>libSDL</filename>.
     216          </para>
    186217          <indexterm zone="sdl sdl-config">
    187218            <primary sortas="b-sdl-config">sdl-config</primary>
     
    193224        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libSDL.so</filename></term>
    194225        <listitem>
    195           <para> library provides low level access to audio, keyboard, mouse,
    196           joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL, and
    197           2D frame buffer across multiple platforms.</para>
     226          <para>
     227            contains functions that provide low level access to audio,
     228            keyboard, mouse, joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL, and
     229            2D frame buffer across multiple platforms.
     230          </para>
    198231          <indexterm zone="sdl libsdl">
    199232            <primary sortas="c-libsdl">libSDL.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/sdl2.xml

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    3030    <title>Introduction to SDL2</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The Simple DirectMedia Layer Version 2
    33     (<application>SDL2</application> for short) is a cross-platform library
    34     designed to make it easy to write multimedia software, such as games and
    35     emulators.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      The Simple DirectMedia Layer Version 2 (<application>SDL2</application>
     34      for short) is a cross-platform library designed to make it easy to write
     35      multimedia software, such as games and emulators.
     36    </para>
    3637
    3738    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4041    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4142      <listitem>
    42         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&sdl2-download-http;"/></para>
    43       </listitem>
    44       <listitem>
    45         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&sdl2-download-ftp;"/></para>
    46       </listitem>
    47       <listitem>
    48         <para>Download MD5 sum: &sdl2-md5sum;</para>
    49       </listitem>
    50       <listitem>
    51         <para>Download size: &sdl2-size;</para>
    52       </listitem>
    53       <listitem>
    54         <para>Estimated disk space required: &sdl2-buildsize;</para>
    55       </listitem>
    56       <listitem>
    57         <para>Estimated build time: &sdl2-time;</para>
     43        <para>
     44          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&sdl2-download-http;"/>
     45        </para>
     46      </listitem>
     47      <listitem>
     48        <para>
     49          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&sdl2-download-ftp;"/>
     50        </para>
     51      </listitem>
     52      <listitem>
     53        <para>
     54          Download MD5 sum: &sdl2-md5sum;
     55        </para>
     56      </listitem>
     57      <listitem>
     58        <para>
     59          Download size: &sdl2-size;
     60        </para>
     61      </listitem>
     62      <listitem>
     63        <para>
     64          Estimated disk space required: &sdl2-buildsize;
     65        </para>
     66      </listitem>
     67      <listitem>
     68        <para>
     69          Estimated build time: &sdl2-time;
     70        </para>
    5871      </listitem>
    5972    </itemizedlist>
     
    92105    <title>Installation of SDL2</title>
    93106
    94     <para>First, if you are building on a 32-bit i686 system, apply a patch
    95     containing a fix for the OpenGL headers and their data types:</para>
     107    <para>
     108      First, if you are building on a 32-bit i686 system, apply a patch
     109      containing a fix for the OpenGL headers and their data types:
     110    </para>
    96111
    97112<screen><userinput remap="pre">case $(uname -m) in
     
    99114esac</userinput></screen>
    100115
    101     <para>Install <application>SDL2</application> by running the
    102     following commands:</para>
     116    <para>
     117      Install <application>SDL2</application> by running the
     118      following commands:
     119    </para>
    103120
    104121<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr &amp;&amp;
     
    115132
    116133    <note>
    117       <para>If you wish to build and run the package regression
    118       tests, do not delete the static libraries below until after
    119       the tests are built.</para>
     134      <para>
     135        If you wish to build and run the package regression
     136        tests, do not delete the static libraries below until after
     137        the tests are built.
     138      </para>
    120139    </note>
    121140
    122     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     141    <para>
     142      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     143    </para>
    123144
    124145<screen role="root"><userinput>make install              &amp;&amp;
    125146rm -v /usr/lib/libSDL2*.a</userinput></screen>
    126147
    127     <para>If you built the documentation, install it as the <systemitem
    128     class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     148    <para>
     149      If you built the documentation, install it as the <systemitem
     150      class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     151    </para>
    129152
    130153<screen role="root"
     
    139162    <title>Testing SDL2</title>
    140163
    141     <para>If you wish to, test the installation of
    142     <application>SDL2</application> using the included
    143     test programs.
    144     None of the resulting binaries need to be installed.
    145     Issue the following commands to build the
    146     test programs:</para>
     164    <para>
     165      If you wish to, test the installation of <application>SDL2</application>
     166      using the included test programs.  None of the resulting binaries need
     167      to be installed.  Issue the following commands to build the test
     168      programs:
     169    </para>
    147170
    148171<screen><userinput>cd test &amp;&amp;
     
    150173make</userinput></screen>
    151174
    152     <para>Each of the test programs (they are listed in the
    153     <filename>README</filename> file in this directory) will need to be run
    154     individually.  Many of them will need to be manually killed. Additionally,
    155     speakers need to be on with the volume at a suitable level.</para>
     175    <para>
     176      Each of the test programs (they are listed in the
     177      <filename>README</filename> file in this directory) will need to be run
     178      individually.  Many of them will need to be manually killed. Additionally,
     179      speakers need to be on with the volume at a suitable level.
     180    </para>
    156181
    157182  </sect2>
     
    160185    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    161186
    162     <para><command>rm -v /usr/lib/libSDL2*.a</command>: Normally
    163     static libraries can be disabled with a <option>--disable-static</option>
    164     option to configure, but that breaks the build in this package.</para>
    165 
    166     <para><option>--disable-alsa-shared</option>: This switch disables
    167     dynamically loading ALSA shared libraries.</para>
    168 
    169     <para><option>--disable-sdl-dlopen</option>: This switch disables using
    170     dlopen for shared object loading. Loading image backend libraries like
    171     libpng dynamically on the fly does not work.</para>
    172 
    173     <para><option>--disable-x11-shared</option>: This switch disables
    174     dynamically loading X11 shared libraries.</para>
     187    <para>
     188      <command>rm -v /usr/lib/libSDL2*.a</command>: Normally
     189      static libraries can be disabled with a <option>--disable-static</option>
     190      option to configure, but that breaks the build in this package.
     191    </para>
     192
     193    <para>
     194      <option>--disable-alsa-shared</option>: This switch disables
     195      dynamically loading ALSA shared libraries.
     196    </para>
     197
     198    <para>
     199      <option>--disable-sdl-dlopen</option>: This switch disables using
     200      dlopen for shared object loading. Loading image backend libraries like
     201      libpng dynamically on the fly does not work.
     202    </para>
     203
     204    <para>
     205      <option>--disable-x11-shared</option>: This switch disables
     206      dynamically loading X11 shared libraries.
     207    </para>
    175208
    176209  </sect2>
     
    213246        <term><command>sdl2-config</command></term>
    214247        <listitem>
    215           <para>determines the compile and linker flags that should be used to
    216           compile and link programs that use
    217           <filename class='libraryfile'>libSDL2</filename>.</para>
     248          <para>
     249            determines the compile and linker flags that should be used to
     250            compile and link programs that use
     251            <filename class='libraryfile'>libSDL2</filename>.
     252          </para>
    218253          <indexterm zone="sdl2 sdl2-config">
    219254            <primary sortas="b-sdl2-config">sdl2-config</primary>
     
    225260        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libSDL2.so</filename></term>
    226261        <listitem>
    227           <para> library provides low level access to audio, keyboard, mouse,
    228           joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL, and
    229           2D frame buffer across multiple platforms.</para>
     262          <para>
     263            contains functions that provide low level access to audio,
     264            keyboard, mouse, joystick, 3D hardware via OpenGL, and
     265            2D frame buffer across multiple platforms.
     266          </para>
    230267          <indexterm zone="sdl2 libsdl2">
    231268            <primary sortas="c-libsdl2">libSDL2.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/speex.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3838    <title>Introduction to Speex</title>
    3939
    40     <para><application>Speex</application> is an audio compression format
    41     designed especially for speech. It is well-adapted to internet applications
    42     and provides useful features that are not present in most other
    43     CODECs.</para>
     40    <para>
     41      <application>Speex</application> is an audio compression format
     42      designed especially for speech. It is well-adapted to internet
     43      applications and provides useful features that are not present in most
     44      other CODECs.
     45    </para>
    4446
    4547    &lfs91_checked;
     
    4850    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4951      <listitem>
    50         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&speex-download-http;"/></para>
    51       </listitem>
    52       <listitem>
    53         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&speex-download-ftp;"/></para>
    54       </listitem>
    55       <listitem>
    56         <para>Download MD5 sum: &speex-md5sum;</para>
    57       </listitem>
    58       <listitem>
    59         <para>Download size: &speex-size;</para>
    60       </listitem>
    61       <listitem>
    62         <para>Estimated disk space required: &speex-buildsize;</para>
    63       </listitem>
    64       <listitem>
    65         <para>Estimated build time: &speex-time;</para>
     52        <para>
     53          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&speex-download-http;"/>
     54        </para>
     55      </listitem>
     56      <listitem>
     57        <para>
     58          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&speex-download-ftp;"/>
     59        </para>
     60      </listitem>
     61      <listitem>
     62        <para>
     63          Download MD5 sum: &speex-md5sum;
     64        </para>
     65      </listitem>
     66      <listitem>
     67        <para>
     68          Download size: &speex-size;
     69        </para>
     70      </listitem>
     71      <listitem>
     72        <para>
     73          Estimated disk space required: &speex-buildsize;
     74        </para>
     75      </listitem>
     76      <listitem>
     77        <para>
     78          Estimated build time: &speex-time;
     79        </para>
    6680      </listitem>
    6781    </itemizedlist>
     
    7084    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    7185      <listitem>
    72         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&speexdsp-download-http;"/></para>
    73       </listitem>
    74       <listitem>
    75         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&speexdsp-download-ftp;"/></para>
    76       </listitem>
    77       <listitem>
    78         <para>Download MD5 sum: &speexdsp-md5sum;</para>
    79       </listitem>
    80       <listitem>
    81         <para>Download size: &speexdsp-size;</para>
    82       </listitem>
    83       <listitem>
    84         <para>Estimated disk space required: &speexdsp-buildsize;</para>
    85       </listitem>
    86       <listitem>
    87         <para>Estimated build time: &speexdsp-time;</para>
     86        <para>
     87          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&speexdsp-download-http;"/>
     88        </para>
     89      </listitem>
     90      <listitem>
     91        <para>
     92          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&speexdsp-download-ftp;"/>
     93        </para>
     94      </listitem>
     95      <listitem>
     96        <para>
     97          Download MD5 sum: &speexdsp-md5sum;
     98        </para>
     99      </listitem>
     100      <listitem>
     101        <para>
     102          Download size: &speexdsp-size;
     103        </para>
     104      </listitem>
     105      <listitem>
     106        <para>
     107          Estimated disk space required: &speexdsp-buildsize;
     108        </para>
     109      </listitem>
     110      <listitem>
     111        <para>
     112          Estimated build time: &speexdsp-time;
     113        </para>
    88114      </listitem>
    89115    </itemizedlist>
     
    119145    <title>Installation of Speex</title>
    120146
    121     <para>This package consists of two separate tarballs.
    122     They need to be extracted and built independently.</para>
    123 
    124     <para>Install <application>Speex</application> by running the
    125     following commands:</para>
     147    <para>
     148      This package consists of two separate tarballs.
     149      They need to be extracted and built independently.
     150    </para>
     151
     152    <para>
     153      Install <application>Speex</application> by running the
     154      following commands:
     155    </para>
    126156
    127157<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr    \
     
    130160make</userinput></screen>
    131161
    132     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
    133 
    134     <para>As the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     162    <para>
     163      This package does not come with a test suite.
     164    </para>
     165
     166    <para>
     167      As the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     168    </para>
    135169
    136170<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
    137171
    138     <para>Now extract and install the speexdsp package:</para>
     172    <para>
     173      Now extract and install the speexdsp package:
     174    </para>
    139175
    140176<screen><userinput>cd ..                          &amp;&amp;
     
    147183make</userinput></screen>
    148184
    149     <para>Again, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     185    <para>
     186      Again, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     187    </para>
    150188
    151189<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
     
    191229        <term><command>speexdec</command></term>
    192230        <listitem>
    193           <para>decodes a <application>Speex</application> file and
    194           produces a WAV or raw file.</para>
     231          <para>
     232            decodes a <application>Speex</application> file and
     233            produces a WAV or raw file.
     234          </para>
    195235          <indexterm zone="speex speexdec">
    196236            <primary sortas="b-speexdec">speexdec</primary>
     
    202242        <term><command>speexenc</command></term>
    203243        <listitem>
    204           <para>encodes a WAV or raw files using
    205           <application>Speex</application>.</para>
     244          <para>
     245            encodes a WAV or raw files using <application>Speex</application>.
     246          </para>
    206247          <indexterm zone="speex speexenc">
    207248            <primary sortas="b-speexenc">speexenc</primary>
     
    213254        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libspeex.so</filename></term>
    214255        <listitem>
    215           <para>provides functions for the audio encoding/decoding programs.</para>
     256          <para>
     257            provides functions for the audio encoding/decoding programs.
     258          </para>
    216259          <indexterm zone="speex libspeex">
    217260            <primary sortas="c-libspeex">libspeex.so</primary>
     
    223266        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libspeexdsp.so</filename></term>
    224267        <listitem>
    225           <para>is a speech processing library that goes along with the
    226           <application>Speex</application> codec.</para>
     268          <para>
     269            is a speech processing library that goes along with the
     270            <application>Speex</application> codec.
     271          </para>
    227272          <indexterm zone="speex libspeexdsp">
    228273            <primary sortas="c-libspeexdsp">libspeexdsp.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/taglib.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    8888    <title>Installation of Taglib</title>
    8989
    90     <para>Install <application>Taglib</application> by running the
    91     following commands:</para>
     90    <para>
     91      Install <application>Taglib</application> by running the
     92      following commands:
     93    </para>
    9294
    9395<screen><userinput>mkdir build &amp;&amp;
  • multimedia/libdriv/xine-lib.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    4343    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    4444      <listitem>
    45         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&xine-lib-download-http;"/></para>
    46       </listitem>
    47       <listitem>
    48         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&xine-lib-download-ftp;"/></para>
    49       </listitem>
    50       <listitem>
    51         <para>Download MD5 sum: &xine-lib-md5sum;</para>
    52       </listitem>
    53       <listitem>
    54         <para>Download size: &xine-lib-size;</para>
    55       </listitem>
    56       <listitem>
    57         <para>Estimated disk space required: &xine-lib-buildsize;</para>
    58       </listitem>
    59       <listitem>
    60         <para>Estimated build time: &xine-lib-time;</para>
     45        <para>
     46          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&xine-lib-download-http;"/>
     47        </para>
     48      </listitem>
     49      <listitem>
     50        <para>
     51          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&xine-lib-download-ftp;"/>
     52        </para>
     53      </listitem>
     54      <listitem>
     55        <para>
     56          Download MD5 sum: &xine-lib-md5sum;
     57        </para>
     58      </listitem>
     59      <listitem>
     60        <para>
     61          Download size: &xine-lib-size;
     62        </para>
     63      </listitem>
     64      <listitem>
     65        <para>
     66          Estimated disk space required: &xine-lib-buildsize;
     67        </para>
     68      </listitem>
     69      <listitem>
     70        <para>
     71          Estimated build time: &xine-lib-time;
     72        </para>
    6173      </listitem>
    6274    </itemizedlist>
     
    130142make</userinput></screen>
    131143
    132     <para>To create the API documentation, <application>Doxygen</application>
    133     must be installed and issue the following command:</para>
     144    <para>
     145      To create the API documentation, <application>Doxygen</application>
     146      must be installed and issue the following command:
     147    </para>
    134148
    135149<screen remap="doc"><userinput>doxygen doc/Doxyfile</userinput></screen>
    136150
    137     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     151    <para>
     152      This package does not come with a test suite.
     153    </para>
    138154
    139155    <para>
     
    143159<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
    144160
    145     <note><para>
    146       When installing, the Makefile does some additional
    147       linking.  If you do not have Xorg in /usr, the LIBRARY_PATH
    148       variable needs to be defined for the root user.  If
    149       using sudo to assume root, use the -E option to pass
    150       your current environment variables for the install process.
    151     </para></note>
    152 
    153     <para>If you built the API documentation, issue the following commands as
    154     the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user to install it:</para>
     161    <note>
     162      <para>
     163        When installing, the Makefile does some additional
     164        linking.  If you do not have Xorg in /usr, the LIBRARY_PATH
     165        variable needs to be defined for the root user.  If
     166        using sudo to assume root, use the -E option to pass
     167        your current environment variables for the install process.
     168      </para>
     169    </note>
     170
     171    <para>
     172      If you built the API documentation, issue the following commands as
     173      the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user to install it:
     174    </para>
    155175
    156176<screen role="root"
     
    249269        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libxine.so</filename></term>
    250270        <listitem>
    251           <para> provides the API for processing audio/video files.</para>
     271          <para>
     272            provides the API for processing audio/video files.
     273          </para>
    252274          <indexterm zone="xine-lib libxine">
    253275            <primary sortas="c-libxine">libxine.so</primary>
  • multimedia/libdriv/xvid.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    3030  <title>Introduction to XviD</title>
    3131
    32     <para><application>XviD</application> is an MPEG-4
    33     compliant video CODEC.</para>
     32    <para>
     33      <application>XviD</application> is an MPEG-4 compliant video CODEC.
     34    </para>
    3435
    3536    &lfs91_checked;
     
    3839    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
    3940      <listitem>
    40         <para>Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&xvid-download-http;"/></para>
     41        <para>
     42          Download (HTTP): <ulink url="&xvid-download-http;"/>
     43        </para>
    4144      </listitem>
    4245      <listitem>
    43         <para>Download (FTP): <ulink url="&xvid-download-ftp;"/></para>
     46        <para>
     47          Download (FTP): <ulink url="&xvid-download-ftp;"/>
     48        </para>
    4449      </listitem>
    4550      <listitem>
    46         <para>Download MD5 sum: &xvid-md5sum;</para>
     51        <para>
     52          Download MD5 sum: &xvid-md5sum;
     53        </para>
    4754      </listitem>
    4855      <listitem>
    49         <para>Download size: &xvid-size;</para>
     56        <para>
     57          Download size: &xvid-size;
     58        </para>
    5059      </listitem>
    5160      <listitem>
    52         <para>Estimated disk space required: &xvid-buildsize;</para>
     61        <para>
     62          Estimated disk space required: &xvid-buildsize;
     63        </para>
    5364      </listitem>
    5465      <listitem>
    55         <para>Estimated build time: &xvid-time;</para>
     66        <para>
     67          Estimated build time: &xvid-time;
     68        </para>
    5669      </listitem>
    5770    </itemizedlist>
     
    7083    <title>Installation of XviD</title>
    7184
    72     <note><para>This package tarball expands to <filename
    73     class='directory'>xvidcore</filename>, not the expected <filename
    74     class='directory'>xvidcore-&xvid-version;</filename>.</para></note>
     85    <note>
     86      <para>
     87      This package tarball expands to <filename
     88      class='directory'>xvidcore</filename>, not the expected <filename
     89      class='directory'>xvidcore-&xvid-version;</filename>.
     90      </para>
     91    </note>
    7592
    76     <para>Install <application>XviD</application> by running the following
    77     commands:</para>
     93    <para>
     94      Install <application>XviD</application> by running the following
     95      commands:
     96    </para>
    7897
    7998<screen><userinput>cd build/generic &amp;&amp;
     
    82101make</userinput></screen>
    83102
    84     <para>This package does not come with a test suite.</para>
     103    <para>
     104      This package does not come with a test suite.
     105    </para>
    85106
    86     <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
     107    <para>
     108      Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:
     109    </para>
    87110
    88111<screen role="root"><userinput>sed -i '/libdir.*STATIC_LIB/ s/^/#/' Makefile &amp;&amp;
     
    90113
    91114chmod -v 755 /usr/lib/libxvidcore.so.4.3 &amp;&amp;
    92 <!-- Not necessary anymore, make install already creates them
    93 ln -v -sf libxvidcore.so.4.3 /usr/lib/libxvidcore.so.4 &amp;&amp;
    94 ln -v -sf libxvidcore.so.4   /usr/lib/libxvidcore.so   &amp;&amp;-->
    95115install -v -m755 -d /usr/share/doc/xvidcore-&xvid-version;/examples &amp;&amp;
    96116install -v -m644 ../../doc/* /usr/share/doc/xvidcore-&xvid-version; &amp;&amp;
     
    103123    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    104124
    105     <para><command>sed -i 's/^LN_S=@LN_S@/&amp; -f -v/' platform.inc.in</command>:
    106     Fix error during <command>make install</command> if reintalling
    107     or upgrading.</para>
     125    <para>
     126      <command>sed -i 's/^LN_S=@LN_S@/&amp; -f -v/' platform.inc.in</command>:
     127      Fix error during <command>make install</command> if reintalling
     128      or upgrading.
     129    </para>
    108130
    109     <para><command>sed -i '/libdir.*STATIC_LIB/ s/^/#/' Makefile</command>:
    110     This command disables installing the static library.</para>
    111 
    112 <!-- see comment after chmod -v 755
    113     <para><command>ln -v -sf libxvidcore.so.4 /usr/lib/libxvidcore.so</command>:
    114     This command makes applications linked against
    115     <filename class="libraryfile">.so</filename> names, link to
    116     <filename class="libraryfile">.so.<replaceable>&lt;MAJOR&gt;</replaceable></filename>.
    117     This ensures better binary compatibility, as
    118     <application>XviD</application> developers take care not changing the
    119     <replaceable>&lt;MAJOR&gt;</replaceable> number until there is an incompatible
    120     ABI change.</para>-->
     131    <para>
     132      <command>sed -i '/libdir.*STATIC_LIB/ s/^/#/' Makefile</command>:
     133      This command disables installing the static library.
     134    </para>
    121135
    122136  </sect2>
     
    145159      <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libxvidcore.so</filename></term>
    146160      <listitem>
    147         <para>provides functions to encode and decode most
    148         MPEG-4 video data.</para>
     161        <para>
     162          provides functions to encode and decode most
     163          MPEG-4 video data.
     164        </para>
    149165        <indexterm zone="xvid libxvidcore">
    150166          <primary sortas="c-libxvidcore">libxvidcore.so</primary>
  • multimedia/videoutils/mplayer.xml

    r2261878 r2eeb8695  
    8585      <title>Required Patch</title>
    8686      <listitem>
    87         <para><ulink url="&patch-root;/MPlayer-1.3.0-x264_fix-1.patch"/></para>
     87        <para>
     88          <ulink url="&patch-root;/MPlayer-1.3.0-x264_fix-1.patch"/>
     89        </para>
    8890      </listitem>
    8991    </itemizedlist>
     
    418420      </para>
    419421
    420       <note><para>To play a DVD, it may be useful to ensure a /dev/dvd
    421       device is created.  You may need to set this up as described in
    422       <xref linkend="dev-dvd"/>.</para></note>
     422      <note>
     423        <para>
     424          To play a DVD, it may be useful to ensure a /dev/dvd
     425          device is created.  You may need to set this up as described in
     426          <xref linkend="dev-dvd"/>.
     427        </para>
     428      </note>
    423429
    424430      <indexterm zone="mplayer mplayer-config">
     
    492498        <term><command>mplayer</command></term>
    493499        <listitem>
    494           <para> is the main MPlayer video player.</para>
     500          <para>
     501            is the main MPlayer video player.
     502          </para>
    495503          <indexterm zone="mplayer mplayer-prog">
    496504            <primary sortas="b-mplayer">mplayer</primary>
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