Changeset 481b3e8


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Timestamp:
05/22/2005 10:19:50 AM (17 years ago)
Author:
Manuel Canales Esparcia <manuel@…>
Branches:
10.0, 10.1, 11.0, 6.1, 6.2, 6.2.0, 6.2.0-rc1, 6.2.0-rc2, 6.3, 6.3-rc1, 6.3-rc2, 6.3-rc3, 7.10, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6, 7.6-blfs, 7.6-systemd, 7.7, 7.8, 7.9, 8.0, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 9.0, 9.1, basic, bdubbs/svn, elogind, gnome, kde5-13430, kde5-14269, kde5-14686, ken/refactor-virt, krejzi/svn, lazarus, nosym, perl-modules, qt5new, systemd-11177, systemd-13485, trunk, xry111/git-date, xry111/git-date-for-trunk, xry111/git-date-test
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  • basicnet/mailnews/fetchmail.xml

    r35036a30 r481b3e8  
    1515<sect1 id="fetchmail" xreflabel="Fetchmail">
    1616  <?dbhtml filename="fetchmail.html"?>
    17  
     17
    1818  <sect1info>
    1919    <othername>$LastChangedBy$</othername>
    2020    <date>$Date$</date>
    2121  </sect1info>
    22  
     22
    2323  <title>Fetchmail-&fetchmail-version;</title>
    24  
     24
    2525  <indexterm zone="fetchmail">
    2626    <primary sortas="a-Fetchmail">Fetchmail</primary>
    2727  </indexterm>
    28  
     28
    2929  <sect2 role="package">
    3030    <title>Introduction to Fetchmail</title>
    31    
     31
    3232    <para>The <application>Fetchmail</application> package contains a mail
    3333    retrieval program. &quot;It retrieves mail from remote mail servers and
    3434    forwards it to your local (client) machine's delivery system, so it can then be
    3535    read by normal mail user agents.&quot; </para>
    36    
     36
    3737    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Package Information</bridgehead>
    3838    <itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
     
    5656      </listitem>
    5757    </itemizedlist>
    58    
     58
    5959    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Fetchmail Dependencies</bridgehead>
    60    
     60
    6161    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Required</bridgehead>
    6262    <para><xref linkend="openssl"/> and a local MDA (<xref linkend="procmail"/>)</para>
    63    
     63
    6464    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Optional</bridgehead>
    6565    <para><xref linkend="python"/> and <xref linkend="tk"/></para>
    66    
     66
    6767  </sect2>
    68  
     68
    6969  <sect2 role="installation">
    7070    <title>Installation of Fetchmail</title>
    71    
    72     <para>Install <application>Fetchmail</application> by running the following 
     71
     72    <para>Install <application>Fetchmail</application> by running the following
    7373    commands:</para>
    74    
     74
    7575<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --with-ssl --enable-fallback=procmail &amp;&amp;
    7676make &amp;&amp;
    7777make install</userinput></screen>
    78    
     78
    7979  </sect2>
    80  
     80
    8181  <sect2 role="commands">
    8282    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    83    
    84     <para><parameter>--with-ssl</parameter>: This enables SSL if found, so that 
     83
     84    <para><parameter>--with-ssl</parameter>: This enables SSL if found, so that
    8585    you can handle connections to secure POP3 and IMAP servers.</para>
    86    
     86
    8787    <para><parameter>--enable-fallback=procmail</parameter>: This tells
    8888    <application>Fetchmail</application> to hand incoming mail to
    8989    <application>Procmail</application> for delivery if your port 25 mail server is
    9090    not present or not responding.</para>
    91    
     91
    9292  </sect2>
    93  
     93
    9494  <sect2 role="configuration">
    9595    <title>Configuring Fetchmail</title>
    96    
     96
    9797    <sect3 id="fetchmail-config">
    9898      <title>Config Files</title>
    99      
     99
    100100      <para><filename>~/.fetchmailrc</filename></para>
    101      
     101
    102102      <indexterm zone="fetchmail fetchmail-config">
    103103        <primary sortas="e-AA.fetchmailrc">~/.fetchmailrc</primary>
    104104      </indexterm>
    105      
     105
    106106    </sect3>
    107    
     107
    108108    <sect3>
    109109      <title>Configuration Information</title>
    110      
     110
    111111<screen><userinput>cat &gt; ~/.fetchmailrc &lt;&lt; "EOF"
    112112<literal>set logfile /var/log/fetchmail.log
    113113set no bouncemail
    114114set postmaster root
    115            
    116 poll SERVERNAME : 
     115
     116poll SERVERNAME :
    117117    user <replaceable>[username]</replaceable> pass <replaceable>[password]</replaceable>;
    118118    mda "/usr/bin/procmail -f %F -d %T";</literal>
    119119EOF
    120          
     120
    121121chmod -v 0600 ~/.fetchmailrc</userinput></screen>
    122      
    123       <para>This is an example configuration that should suffice for most people. 
     122
     123      <para>This is an example configuration that should suffice for most people.
    124124      You can add as many users and servers as you need using the same syntax.</para>
    125      
     125
    126126      <para><command>man fetchmail</command>: Look for the section near
    127       the bottom named <emphasis role="strong">CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES</emphasis>. It 
    128       gives some quick examples. There are countless other config options once 
     127      the bottom named <emphasis role="strong">CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES</emphasis>. It
     128      gives some quick examples. There are countless other config options once
    129129      you get used to it.</para>
    130      
     130
    131131    </sect3>
    132    
     132
    133133  </sect2>
    134  
     134
    135135  <sect2 role="content">
    136136    <title>Contents</title>
    137    
     137
    138138    <segmentedlist>
    139139      <segtitle>Installed Program</segtitle>
    140140      <segtitle>Installed Libraries</segtitle>
    141141      <segtitle>Installed Directories</segtitle>
    142      
     142
    143143      <seglistitem>
    144144        <seg>fetchmail and fetchmailconf</seg>
     
    147147      </seglistitem>
    148148    </segmentedlist>
    149    
     149
    150150    <variablelist>
    151151      <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Short Descriptions</bridgehead>
    152152      <?dbfo list-presentation="list"?>
    153153      <?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?>
    154      
     154
    155155      <varlistentry id="fetchmail-prog">
    156156        <term><command>fetchmail</command></term>
     
    163163        </listitem>
    164164      </varlistentry>
    165      
     165
    166166      <varlistentry id="fetchmailconf">
    167167        <term><command>fetchmailconf</command></term>
    168168        <listitem>
    169169          <para>this program provides a <application>Tk</application>
    170             <acronym>GUI</acronym> interface to your <filename>~/.fetchmailrc</filename>
     170            GUI interface to your <filename>~/.fetchmailrc</filename>
    171171            file making it much easier to configure.  However, you will require
    172172            <application>Python</application>, and it must have the Tkinker module
     
    177177        </listitem>
    178178      </varlistentry>
    179      
     179
    180180    </variablelist>
    181    
     181
    182182  </sect2>
    183  
     183
    184184</sect1>
  • basicnet/mailnews/mutt.xml

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    1515<sect1 id="mutt" xreflabel="Mutt-&mutt-version;">
    1616  <?dbhtml filename="mutt.html"?>
    17  
     17
    1818  <sect1info>
    1919    <othername>$LastChangedBy$</othername>
    2020    <date>$Date$</date>
    2121  </sect1info>
    22  
     22
    2323  <title>Mutt-&mutt-version;</title>
    24  
     24
    2525  <sect2 role="package">
    2626    <title>Introduction to Mutt</title>
    27    
    28     <para>The <application>Mutt</application> package contains a Mail User Agent. 
     27
     28    <para>The <application>Mutt</application> package contains a Mail User Agent.
    2929    This is useful for reading, writing, replying to, saving, and deleting your email.</para>
    30    
     30
    3131    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Package Information</bridgehead>
    3232    <itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
     
    5050      </listitem>
    5151    </itemizedlist>
    52    
     52
    5353    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Mutt Dependencies</bridgehead>
    54    
     54
    5555    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Optional</bridgehead>
    5656    <para><xref linkend="gnupg"/>,
     
    6161      <xref linkend="slang"/> and
    6262    <ulink url="http://sources.redhat.com/gdb/">GDB</ulink></para>
    63    
    64   </sect2>
    65  
     63
     64  </sect2>
     65
    6666  <sect2 role="installation">
    6767    <title>Installation of Mutt</title>
    68    
    69     <para><application>Mutt</application> requires a group named 
    70     <systemitem class="groupname">mail</systemitem>.  You can 
     68
     69    <para><application>Mutt</application> requires a group named
     70    <systemitem class="groupname">mail</systemitem>.  You can
    7171    add this group, if it does not exist, with this command:</para>
    72    
     72
    7373<screen role="root"><userinput>groupadd mail</userinput></screen>
    74    
    75     <para>If you did not install a MTA, such as <xref linkend="postfix"/> or 
    76     <xref linkend="sendmail"/>, you need to modify the ownership of 
     74
     75    <para>If you did not install a MTA, such as <xref linkend="postfix"/> or
     76    <xref linkend="sendmail"/>, you need to modify the ownership of
    7777    <filename class="directory">/var/mail</filename> with this command:</para>
    78    
     78
    7979<screen role="root"><userinput>chgrp -v mail /var/mail</userinput></screen>
    80    
    81     <para>Install <application>Mutt</application> by running the following 
     80
     81    <para>Install <application>Mutt</application> by running the following
    8282    commands:</para>
    83    
     83
    8484<screen><userinput>./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc \
    8585    --enable-pop --enable-imap &amp;&amp;
    8686make &amp;&amp;
    8787make install</userinput></screen>
    88    
    89   </sect2>
    90  
     88
     89  </sect2>
     90
    9191  <sect2 role="commands">
    9292    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    93    
     93
    9494    <para><parameter>--enable-pop</parameter>: This switch enables
    95     <acronym>POP</acronym>3 support.</para>
    96    
     95    POP3 support.</para>
     96
    9797    <para><parameter>--enable-imap</parameter>: This switch enables
    98     <acronym>IMAP</acronym> support.</para>
    99    
    100   </sect2>
    101  
     98    IMAP support.</para>
     99
     100  </sect2>
     101
    102102  <sect2 role="configuration">
    103103    <title>Configuring Mutt</title>
    104    
     104
    105105    <sect3 id="mutt-config">
    106106      <title>Config Files</title>
    107      
     107
    108108      <para><filename>/etc/Muttrc</filename>, <filename>~/.muttrc</filename>,
    109109      <filename>/etc/mime.types</filename>, <filename>~/.mime.types</filename></para>
    110      
     110
    111111      <indexterm zone="mutt mutt-config">
    112112        <primary sortas="e-etc-Muttrc">/etc/Muttrc</primary>
    113113      </indexterm>
    114      
     114
    115115      <indexterm zone="mutt mutt-config">
    116116        <primary sortas="e-AA.muttrc">~/.muttrc</primary>
    117117      </indexterm>
    118      
     118
    119119      <indexterm zone="mutt mutt-config">
    120120        <primary sortas="e-etc-mime.types">/etc/mime.types</primary>
    121121      </indexterm>
    122      
     122
    123123      <indexterm zone="mutt mutt-config">
    124124        <primary sortas="e-AA.mime.types">~/.mime.types</primary>
    125125      </indexterm>
    126      
     126
    127127    </sect3>
    128    
     128
    129129    <sect3>
    130130      <title>Configuration Information</title>
    131      
     131
    132132      <para>No changes in these files are necessary to begin using
    133       <application>Mutt</application>.  When you are ready to make changes, the 
     133      <application>Mutt</application>.  When you are ready to make changes, the
    134134      man page for <filename>muttrc</filename> is a good starting place.</para>
    135      
    136       <para>In order to utilize <application>GnuPG</application>, use the following 
     135
     136      <para>In order to utilize <application>GnuPG</application>, use the following
    137137      command:</para>
    138      
     138
    139139<screen><userinput>cat /usr/share/doc/mutt/samples/gpg.rc &gt;&gt; ~/.muttrc</userinput></screen>
    140      
     140
    141141    </sect3>
    142    
    143   </sect2>
    144  
     142
     143  </sect2>
     144
    145145  <sect2 role="content">
    146146    <title>Contents</title>
    147    
     147
    148148    <segmentedlist>
    149149      <segtitle>Installed Programs</segtitle>
    150150      <segtitle>Installed Libraries</segtitle>
    151151      <segtitle>Installed Directories</segtitle>
    152      
     152
    153153      <seglistitem>
    154154        <seg>flea, mutt, mutt_dotlock, muttbug, pgpring, and pgpwrap</seg>
     
    157157      </seglistitem>
    158158    </segmentedlist>
    159    
     159
    160160    <variablelist>
    161161      <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Short Descriptions</bridgehead>
    162162      <?dbfo list-presentation="list"?>
    163163      <?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?>
    164      
     164
    165165      <varlistentry id="flea">
    166166        <term><command>flea</command></term>
     
    172172        </listitem>
    173173      </varlistentry>
    174      
     174
    175175      <varlistentry id="mutt-prog">
    176176        <term><command>mutt</command></term>
     
    183183        </listitem>
    184184      </varlistentry>
    185      
     185
    186186      <varlistentry id="mutt_dotlock">
    187187        <term><command>mutt_dotlock</command></term>
     
    193193        </listitem>
    194194      </varlistentry>
    195      
     195
    196196      <varlistentry id="muttbug">
    197197        <term><command>muttbug</command></term>
     
    203203        </listitem>
    204204      </varlistentry>
    205      
     205
    206206    </variablelist>
    207    
    208   </sect2>
    209  
     207
     208  </sect2>
     209
    210210</sect1>
  • general/genlib/glib.xml

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    1515<sect1 id="GLib" xreflabel="GLib-&GLib-version;">
    1616  <?dbhtml filename="glib.html"?>
    17  
     17
    1818  <sect1info>
    1919    <othername>$LastChangedBy$</othername>
    2020    <date>$Date$</date>
    2121  </sect1info>
    22  
     22
    2323  <title>GLib-&GLib-version;</title>
    24  
     24
    2525  <indexterm zone="GLib">
    2626    <primary sortas="a-GLib-1">GLib-1</primary>
     
    3434    portability wrappers and interfaces for such runtime functionality as an event
    3535    loop, threads, dynamic loading, and an object system.</para>
    36    
     36
    3737    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Package Information</bridgehead>
    3838    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
     
    5656      </listitem>
    5757    </itemizedlist>
    58    
     58
    5959    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Additional Downloads</bridgehead>
    6060    <itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
    6161      <listitem>
    62         <para>Required patch: <ulink 
     62        <para>Required patch: <ulink
    6363        url="&patch-root;/glib-&GLib-version;-gcc34-1.patch"/></para>
    6464      </listitem>
    6565    </itemizedlist>
    66    
     66
    6767  </sect2>
    68  
     68
    6969  <sect2 role="installation">
    7070    <title>Installation of GLib</title>
    7171
    72     <para>Install <application>glib</application> by running the following 
     72    <para>Install <application>glib</application> by running the following
    7373    commands:</para>
    7474
     
    7676./configure --prefix=/usr &amp;&amp;
    7777make</userinput></screen>
    78    
     78
    7979    <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
    80    
     80
    8181    <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
    82    
     82
    8383<screen role="root"><userinput>make install &amp;&amp;
    8484chmod -v 755 /usr/lib/libgmodule-1.2.so.0.0.10</userinput></screen>
    85    
     85
    8686  </sect2>
    87  
     87
    8888  <sect2 role="content">
    8989    <title>Contents</title>
     
    9393      <segtitle>Installed Libraries</segtitle>
    9494      <segtitle>Installed Directories</segtitle>
    95      
     95
    9696      <seglistitem>
    9797        <seg>glib-config</seg>
     
    100100      </seglistitem>
    101101    </segmentedlist>
    102    
     102
    103103    <variablelist>
    104104      <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Short Descriptions</bridgehead>
    105105      <?dbfo list-presentation="list"?>
    106106      <?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?>
    107      
     107
    108108      <varlistentry id="glib-config">
    109109        <term><command>glib-config</command></term>
    110110        <listitem>
    111           <para>is a tool that is used by <command>configure</command> scripts 
    112           to determine the compiler and linker flags that should be used to compile and 
     111          <para>is a tool that is used by <command>configure</command> scripts
     112          to determine the compiler and linker flags that should be used to compile and
    113113          link programs that use <application>GLib</application>.</para>
    114114          <indexterm zone="GLib glib-config">
     
    117117        </listitem>
    118118      </varlistentry>
    119      
     119
    120120      <varlistentry id="libglib">
    121121        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libglib.[so,a]</filename></term>
    122122        <listitem>
    123           <para>libraries contain a low-level core library for the 
    124           <application><acronym>GIMP</acronym></application> Toolkit.</para>
     123          <para>libraries contain a low-level core library for the
     124          <application>GIMP</application> Toolkit.</para>
    125125          <indexterm zone="GLib libglib">
    126126            <primary sortas="c-libglib">libglib.[so,a]</primary>
     
    128128        </listitem>
    129129      </varlistentry>
    130    
     130
    131131    </variablelist>
    132132
  • general/graphlib/fontconfig.xml

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    1616<sect1 id="fontconfig" xreflabel="Fontconfig-&fontconfig-version;">
    1717  <?dbhtml filename="fontconfig.html"?>
    18  
     18
    1919  <sect1info>
    2020    <othername>$LastChangedBy$</othername>
    2121    <date>$Date$</date>
    2222  </sect1info>
    23  
     23
    2424  <title>Fontconfig-&fontconfig-version;</title>
    25  
     25
    2626  <indexterm zone="fontconfig">
    2727    <primary sortas="a-Fontconfig">Fontconfig</primary>
     
    3030  <sect2 role="package">
    3131    <title>Introduction to Fontconfig</title>
    32    
     32
    3333    <para>The <application>Fontconfig</application> package is a library
    3434    for configuring and customizing font access.</para>
    35    
     35
    3636    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Package Information</bridgehead>
    3737    <itemizedlist spacing="compact">
     
    5757
    5858    <note>
    59       <para>The numbering system of <application>Fontconfig</application> is 
    60       unusual. The beta versions of the package are numbered with a 9x in the last 
    61       portion of the release number. This means that 2.3.90 is a beta release and 
     59      <para>The numbering system of <application>Fontconfig</application> is
     60      unusual. The beta versions of the package are numbered with a 9x in the last
     61      portion of the release number. This means that 2.3.90 is a beta release and
    6262      the most current release is of the form 2.3.1</para>
    6363    </note>
    64    
     64
    6565    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Fontconfig Dependencies</bridgehead>
    66    
     66
    6767    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Required</bridgehead>
    6868    <para><xref linkend="freetype2"/> and <xref linkend="expat"/></para>
    69    
     69
    7070    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Optional</bridgehead>
    7171    <para><xref linkend="docbook-utils"/></para>
    7272
    7373    <note>
    74       <para>If you have <application>DocBook-utils</application> installed, 
    75       you must also have <xref linkend="perl-modules"/>: SGMLSpm-1.03ii installed 
     74      <para>If you have <application>DocBook-utils</application> installed,
     75      you must also have <xref linkend="perl-modules"/>: SGMLSpm-1.03ii installed
    7676      also, or the <application>Fontconfig</application> build will fail.</para>
    7777    </note>
    78    
    79   </sect2>
    80  
     78
     79  </sect2>
     80
    8181  <sect2 role="installation">
    8282    <title>Installation of Fontconfig</title>
    8383
    84     <para>Install <application>Fontconfig</application> by running the following 
     84    <para>Install <application>Fontconfig</application> by running the following
    8585    commands:</para>
    8686
     
    8888    --sysconfdir=/etc --disable-docs &amp;&amp;
    8989make</userinput></screen>
    90    
     90
    9191    <para>To test the results, issue: <command>make check</command>.</para>
    92    
     92
    9393    <para>Now, as the <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> user:</para>
    94    
     94
    9595<screen role="root"><userinput>make install</userinput></screen>
    96    
    97   </sect2>
    98  
     96
     97  </sect2>
     98
    9999  <sect2 role="commands">
    100100    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    101101
    102     <para><parameter>--disable-docs</parameter>: This switch avoids building the 
    103     documentation. If you wish to build the documentation using 
    104     <application>DocBook-utils</application>, you may need to remove the 
    105     <application>OpenSP</application> catalog definitions from the system 
    106     <acronym>SGML</acronym> catalogs. Use the following command before building
     102    <para><parameter>--disable-docs</parameter>: This switch avoids building the
     103    documentation. If you wish to build the documentation using
     104    <application>DocBook-utils</application>, you may need to remove the
     105    <application>OpenSP</application> catalog definitions from the system
     106    SGML catalogs. Use the following command before building
    107107    the package to accomplish this:</para>
    108108
     
    111111    /etc/sgml/catalog \
    112112    /etc/sgml/sgml-docbook.cat</userinput></screen>
    113    
    114   </sect2>
    115  
     113
     114  </sect2>
     115
    116116  <sect2 role="configuration">
    117117    <title>Configuring Fontconfig</title>
     
    119119    <sect3 id="fontconfig-config">
    120120      <title>Config Files</title>
    121      
     121
    122122      <para><filename>/etc/fonts/* and /etc/fonts/conf.d/*</filename></para>
    123      
     123
    124124      <indexterm zone="fontconfig fontconfig-config">
    125125        <primary sortas="e-etc-fonts">/etc/fonts/*</primary>
    126126      </indexterm>
    127      
     127
    128128      <indexterm zone="fontconfig fontconfig-config">
    129129        <primary sortas="e-etc-fonts-conf.d">/etc/fonts/conf.d/*</primary>
    130130      </indexterm>
    131    
     131
    132132    </sect3>
    133133
    134134    <sect3>
    135135      <title>Configuration Information</title>
    136      
    137       <para>The configuration file for <application>Fontconfig</application> is 
    138       <filename>/etc/fonts/fonts.conf</filename>. Generally you do not want to edit 
    139       this file. To put a new font directory in the configuration, create (or 
    140       update) the <filename>/etc/fonts/local.conf</filename> file with your local 
    141       information. The default location of fonts in 
     136
     137      <para>The configuration file for <application>Fontconfig</application> is
     138      <filename>/etc/fonts/fonts.conf</filename>. Generally you do not want to edit
     139      this file. To put a new font directory in the configuration, create (or
     140      update) the <filename>/etc/fonts/local.conf</filename> file with your local
     141      information. The default location of fonts in
    142142      <application>Fontconfig</application> is:</para>
    143      
     143
    144144      <itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
    145145        <listitem>
     
    150150        </listitem>
    151151      </itemizedlist>
    152      
     152
    153153      <indexterm zone="fontconfig fontconfig-config">
    154154        <primary sortas="g-usr-share-fonts">/usr/share/fonts</primary>
    155155      </indexterm>
    156      
     156
    157157      <indexterm zone="fontconfig fontconfig-config">
    158158        <primary sortas="g-AA.fonts">~/.fonts</primary>
    159159      </indexterm>
    160      
     160
    161161      <note>
    162162        <para><application>X</application> also includes an internal (and
    163         older) version of <application>Fontconfig</application> and unless it is 
    164         explicitly disabled when building <application>Xorg</application> or 
    165         <application>XFree86</application>, the internal version is created leaving 
    166         two slightly incompatible libraries on your system. It is recommended that 
     163        older) version of <application>Fontconfig</application> and unless it is
     164        explicitly disabled when building <application>Xorg</application> or
     165        <application>XFree86</application>, the internal version is created leaving
     166        two slightly incompatible libraries on your system. It is recommended that
    167167        you only install one version.</para>
    168168      </note>
    169    
     169
    170170    </sect3>
    171    
    172   </sect2>
    173  
     171
     172  </sect2>
     173
    174174  <sect2 role="content">
    175175    <title>Contents</title>
     
    179179      <segtitle>Installed Library</segtitle>
    180180      <segtitle>Installed Directories</segtitle>
    181      
     181
    182182      <seglistitem>
    183183        <seg>fc-cache, fc-list, and fc-match</seg>
     
    186186      </seglistitem>
    187187    </segmentedlist>
    188    
     188
    189189    <variablelist>
    190190      <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Short Descriptions</bridgehead>
    191191      <?dbfo list-presentation="list"?>
    192192      <?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?>
    193    
     193
    194194      <varlistentry id="fc-cache">
    195195        <term><command>fc-cache</command></term>
     
    201201        </listitem>
    202202      </varlistentry>
    203      
     203
    204204      <varlistentry id="fc-list">
    205205        <term><command>fc-list</command></term>
     
    211211        </listitem>
    212212      </varlistentry>
    213      
     213
    214214      <varlistentry id="fc-match">
    215215        <term><command>fc-match</command></term>
    216216        <listitem>
    217           <para>is used to match available fonts, or find fonts that match 
     217          <para>is used to match available fonts, or find fonts that match
    218218          a given pattern.</para>
    219219          <indexterm zone="fontconfig fc-match">
     
    222222        </listitem>
    223223      </varlistentry>
    224      
     224
    225225      <varlistentry id="libfontconfig">
    226226        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libfontconfig.[so,a]</filename></term>
    227227        <listitem>
    228           <para>contains functions used by the 
    229           <application>Fontconfig</application> programs and also by other 
     228          <para>contains functions used by the
     229          <application>Fontconfig</application> programs and also by other
    230230          programs to configure or customize font access.</para>
    231231          <indexterm zone="fontconfig libfontconfig">
     
    234234        </listitem>
    235235      </varlistentry>
    236    
     236
    237237    </variablelist>
    238238
  • general/prog/ruby.xml

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    5959
    6060    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Optional</bridgehead>
    61     <para><xref linkend="openssl"/>, 
    62     <xref linkend="tk"/>, 
    63     <xref linkend="db"/>, 
     61    <para><xref linkend="openssl"/>,
     62    <xref linkend="tk"/>,
     63    <xref linkend="db"/>,
    6464    <xref linkend="gdbm"/></para>
    6565
     
    6969    <title>Installation of Ruby</title>
    7070
    71     <para>Install <application>Ruby</application> by running the following 
     71    <para>Install <application>Ruby</application> by running the following
    7272    commands:</para>
    7373
     
    8585    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    8686
    87     <para><parameter>--enable-shared</parameter>: This parameter builds the 
     87    <para><parameter>--enable-shared</parameter>: This parameter builds the
    8888    <filename class='libraryfile'>libruby</filename> shared library.</para>
    8989
    90     <para><parameter>--enable-pthread</parameter>: This parameter links the 
     90    <para><parameter>--enable-pthread</parameter>: This parameter links the
    9191    threading library into the <application>Ruby</application> build.</para>
    9292
     
    103103      <seglistitem>
    104104        <seg>ruby, irb, erb, rdoc, ri, and testrb</seg>
    105         <seg>libruby.so and numerous modules located in the 
     105        <seg>libruby.so and numerous modules located in the
    106106        <filename class='directory'>/usr/lib/ruby</filename> hierarchy.</seg>
    107107        <seg>/usr/lib/ruby and /usr/share/ri</seg>
     
    161161        <term><filename role="library">libruby.so</filename></term>
    162162        <listitem>
    163           <para>contains the <acronym>API</acronym> functions required
     163          <para>contains the API functions required
    164164          by <application>Ruby</application>.</para>
    165165          <indexterm zone="ruby libruby">
  • general/sysutils/sysstat.xml

    r35036a30 r481b3e8  
    3030    <title>Introduction to Sysstat</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>Sysstat</application> package contains utilities 
    33     to monitor system performance and usage activity. 
    34     <application>Sysstat</application> contains the <command>sar</command> 
    35     utility, common to many commercial Unixes, and tools you can schedule via 
     32    <para>The <application>Sysstat</application> package contains utilities
     33    to monitor system performance and usage activity.
     34    <application>Sysstat</application> contains the <command>sar</command>
     35    utility, common to many commercial Unixes, and tools you can schedule via
    3636    cron to collect and historize performance and activity data.</para>
    3737
     
    6868    <title>Installation of Sysstat</title>
    6969
    70     <para>Install <application>Sysstat</application> by running the 
     70    <para>Install <application>Sysstat</application> by running the
    7171    following commands:</para>
    7272
     
    8383    <title>Command Explanations</title>
    8484
    85     <para><command>make config</command>: Runs the interactive configuration 
    86     process. The first question prompts you for an 
    87     <quote><computeroutput>Installation directory</computeroutput></quote>. 
    88     Reply with <filename class="directory">/usr</filename>, as this is equivalent to 
    89     <application>Autoconf</application>'s <option>--prefix=/usr</option> parameter 
    90     to <command>configure</command>. For all other prompts, you may 
    91     press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to accept the (very sane) defaults. When 
    92     prompted for <quote><computeroutput>Number of daily data files to keep: 
     85    <para><command>make config</command>: Runs the interactive configuration
     86    process. The first question prompts you for an
     87    <quote><computeroutput>Installation directory</computeroutput></quote>.
     88    Reply with <filename class="directory">/usr</filename>, as this is equivalent to
     89    <application>Autoconf</application>'s <option>--prefix=/usr</option> parameter
     90    to <command>configure</command>. For all other prompts, you may
     91    press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to accept the (very sane) defaults. When
     92    prompted for <quote><computeroutput>Number of daily data files to keep:
    9393    [7]</computeroutput></quote>, you may wish to keep a larger number of files.
    9494    However, don't exceed 25 because <application>Sysstat</application> will
     
    103103     <title>Cron Information</title>
    104104
    105       <para>To begin gathering <application>Sysstat</application> history 
    106       information, you must add to, or create a privileged user's crontab. The 
    107       default history data location is 
    108       <filename class="directory">/var/log/sa</filename>. The user running 
    109       <application>Sysstat</application> utilities via cron must have write 
     105      <para>To begin gathering <application>Sysstat</application> history
     106      information, you must add to, or create a privileged user's crontab. The
     107      default history data location is
     108      <filename class="directory">/var/log/sa</filename>. The user running
     109      <application>Sysstat</application> utilities via cron must have write
    110110      access to this location.</para>
    111111
     
    116116<screen><literal># 8am-7pm activity reports every 10 minutes during weekdays
    1171170 8-18 * * 1-5 /usr/lib/sa/sa1 600 6 &amp;
    118  
     118
    119119# 7pm-8am activity reports every hour during weekdays
    1201200 19-7 * * 1-5 /usr/lib/sa/sa1 &amp;
    121  
     121
    122122# Activity reports every hour on Saturday and Sunday
    1231230 * * * 0,6 /usr/lib/sa/sa1 &amp;
    124  
     124
    125125# Daily summary prepared at 19:05
    1261265 19 * * * /usr/lib/sa/sa2 -A &amp;</literal></screen>
     
    137137      </indexterm>
    138138
    139       <para>At system startup, a LINUX RESTART message must be inserted in the daily 
     139      <para>At system startup, a LINUX RESTART message must be inserted in the daily
    140140      data file to reinitialize the kernel counters. This can be automated by
    141       installing the <filename>/etc/rc.d/init.d/sysstat</filename> init script 
    142       included in the <xref linkend="intro-important-bootscripts"/> package using 
     141      installing the <filename>/etc/rc.d/init.d/sysstat</filename> init script
     142      included in the <xref linkend="intro-important-bootscripts"/> package using
    143143      the following command:</para>
    144144
     
    172172        <term><command>iostat</command></term>
    173173        <listitem>
    174           <para>reports <acronym>CPU</acronym> statistics and input/output
     174          <para>reports CPU statistics and input/output
    175175          statistics for devices and partitions.</para>
    176176          <indexterm zone="sysstat iostat">
     
    203203        <term><command>sa1</command></term>
    204204        <listitem>
    205           <para>collects and stores binary data in the system activity daily 
    206           data file. It is a front end to <filename>sadc</filename> designed to be run 
     205          <para>collects and stores binary data in the system activity daily
     206          data file. It is a front end to <filename>sadc</filename> designed to be run
    207207          from cron.</para>
    208208          <indexterm zone="sysstat sa1">
     
    215215        <term><command>sa2</command></term>
    216216        <listitem>
    217           <para>writes a summarized daily activity report. It is a front end 
     217          <para>writes a summarized daily activity report. It is a front end
    218218          to <command>sar</command> designed to be run from cron.</para>
    219219          <indexterm zone="sysstat sa2">
     
    226226        <term><command>sadc</command></term>
    227227        <listitem>
    228           <para>is the system activity data collector, used as a backend for 
     228          <para>is the system activity data collector, used as a backend for
    229229          <command>sar</command>.</para>
    230230          <indexterm zone="sysstat sadc">
  • introduction/welcome/maillists.xml

    r35036a30 r481b3e8  
    1717
    1818  <para>The linuxfromscratch.org server is hosting a number of mailing
    19   lists that are used for the development of the <acronym>BLFS</acronym>.
    20   These lists include, among others, the main development and support
    21   lists.</para>
     19  lists that are used for the development of the BLFS. These lists include,
     20  among others, the main development and support lists.</para>
    2221
    2322  <para>For more information regarding which lists are available, how to
  • multimedia/libdriv/xine-lib.xml

    r35036a30 r481b3e8  
    3030    <title>Introduction to Xine Libraries</title>
    3131
    32     <para>The <application>xine Libraries</application> package contains xine 
    33     libraries. These are useful for interfacing with external plug-ins that allow 
     32    <para>The <application>xine Libraries</application> package contains xine
     33    libraries. These are useful for interfacing with external plug-ins that allow
    3434    the flow of information from the source to the screen and speakers.</para>
    3535
     
    5656    </itemizedlist>
    5757
    58 <!-- 
     58<!--
    5959    <bridgehead renderas="sect3">Additional Downloads</bridgehead>
    6060    <itemizedlist spacing='compact'>
    6161      <listitem>
    62         <para><ulink 
     62        <para><ulink
    6363        url="&patch-root;/xine-lib-&xine-lib-version;-discover_smb-1.patch"/></para>
    6464      </listitem>
     
    6969
    7070    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Required</bridgehead>
    71     <para>X (<xref linkend="xfree86"/> or <xref linkend="xorg"/>) and 
    72     <xref linkend="esound"/> or <acronym>OSS</acronym> or
     71    <para>X (<xref linkend="xfree86"/> or <xref linkend="xorg"/>) and
     72    <xref linkend="esound"/> or OSS or
    7373    <xref linkend="alsa"/> or <xref linkend="arts"/></para>
    7474
    7575    <bridgehead renderas="sect4">Optional</bridgehead>
    76     <para><xref linkend="pkgconfig"/>, 
    77     <xref linkend="ffmpeg"/>, 
    78     <xref linkend="aalib"/>, 
    79     <xref linkend="libmng"/>, 
    80     <xref linkend="sdl"/>, 
    81     <xref linkend="flac"/>, 
    82     <xref linkend="libfame"/>, 
    83     <xref linkend="libogg"/>, 
    84     <xref linkend="libvorbis"/>, 
    85     <xref linkend="speex"/>, 
    86     <xref linkend="freeglut"/>, 
    87     <xref linkend="gnome-vfs"/>, 
    88     <xref linkend="samba3"/>, 
    89     <ulink url="http://www.directfb.org/">DirectFB</ulink>, 
    90     <ulink url="http://www.theora.org/">Theora</ulink>, 
    91     <ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/faac">FAAD2</ulink>, 
    92     <ulink url="http://www.libstk.org/">LibSTK</ulink>, 
    93     <ulink 
    94     url="http://0pointer.de/lennart/projects/polypaudio/">polypaudio</ulink>, 
    95     <ulink url="http://sam.zoy.org/projects/libcaca/">libcaca</ulink>, 
    96     <ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/dvd/">libdvdnav</ulink>, 
    97     <ulink 
    98     url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/sgmltools-lite/">sgmltools-lite</ulink> 
     76    <para><xref linkend="pkgconfig"/>,
     77    <xref linkend="ffmpeg"/>,
     78    <xref linkend="aalib"/>,
     79    <xref linkend="libmng"/>,
     80    <xref linkend="sdl"/>,
     81    <xref linkend="flac"/>,
     82    <xref linkend="libfame"/>,
     83    <xref linkend="libogg"/>,
     84    <xref linkend="libvorbis"/>,
     85    <xref linkend="speex"/>,
     86    <xref linkend="freeglut"/>,
     87    <xref linkend="gnome-vfs"/>,
     88    <xref linkend="samba3"/>,
     89    <ulink url="http://www.directfb.org/">DirectFB</ulink>,
     90    <ulink url="http://www.theora.org/">Theora</ulink>,
     91    <ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/faac">FAAD2</ulink>,
     92    <ulink url="http://www.libstk.org/">LibSTK</ulink>,
     93    <ulink
     94    url="http://0pointer.de/lennart/projects/polypaudio/">polypaudio</ulink>,
     95    <ulink url="http://sam.zoy.org/projects/libcaca/">libcaca</ulink>,
     96    <ulink url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/dvd/">libdvdnav</ulink>,
     97    <ulink
     98    url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/sgmltools-lite/">sgmltools-lite</ulink>
    9999    and <ulink url="http://www.xfig.org/">Transfig</ulink></para>
    100100
     
    104104    <title>Installation of Xine Libraries</title>
    105105
    106     <para>Install <application>xine Libraries</application> by running the 
     106    <para>Install <application>xine Libraries</application> by running the
    107107    following commands:</para>
    108108
     
    128128        <seg>xine-config</seg>
    129129        <seg>libxine.so and numerous plugin modules and video extensions</seg>
    130         <seg>Output display engine fonts located in 
     130        <seg>Output display engine fonts located in
    131131        /usr/share/xine/libxine1/fonts</seg>
    132         <seg>/usr/include/xine, /usr/lib/xine, /usr/share/xine, and 
     132        <seg>/usr/include/xine, /usr/lib/xine, /usr/share/xine, and
    133133        /usr/share/doc/xine</seg>
    134134      </seglistitem>
     
    143143        <term><command>xine-config</command></term>
    144144        <listitem>
    145           <para>provides information to programs trying to link with the 
     145          <para>provides information to programs trying to link with the
    146146          <application>xine</application> libraries.</para>
    147147          <indexterm zone="xine-lib xine-config">
  • postlfs/config/bootdisk.xml

    r35036a30 r481b3e8  
    2828
    2929    <para>In a modern system, there are many devices that can be
    30     used as a rescue device: floppy, cdrom, usb drive, or even a network card. 
     30    used as a rescue device: floppy, cdrom, usb drive, or even a network card.
    3131    Which one you use depends on your hardware and your BIOS.  In the past,
    3232    we usually thought of rescue device as a floppy disk.  Today, many
    3333    systems do not even have a floppy drive.</para>
    3434
    35     <para>Building a complete rescue device is a challenging task.  In many 
    36     ways, it is equivalent to building an entire <acronym>LFS</acronym> system.
     35    <para>Building a complete rescue device is a challenging task.  In many
     36    ways, it is equivalent to building an entire LFS system.
    3737    In addition, it would be a repitition of information already available.
    3838    For these reasons, the procedures for a rescue device image are not
     
    5858    <para>There are several sources that can be used for a rescue CD-ROM.
    5959    Just about any commercial distribution's installation CD-ROMs or
    60     DVDs will work.  These include RedHat, Mandrake, and SuSE.  One 
     60    DVDs will work.  These include RedHat, Mandrake, and SuSE.  One
    6161    very popular option is Knoppix.</para>
    6262
    63     <para>In addition, the LFS Community has developed its own Boot 
     63    <para>In addition, the LFS Community has developed its own Boot
    6464    CD-ROM available at <ulink url='ftp://anduin.linuxfromscratch.org/isos/'/>.
    6565    A copy of this CD-ROM is available with the printed version of the Linux
  • x/lib/libxklavier.xml

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    106106        <term><filename class='libraryfile'>libxklavier.[so,a]</filename></term>
    107107        <listitem>
    108           <para>contains <acronym>XKB</acronym> utility functions.</para>
     108          <para>contains XKB utility functions.</para>
    109109          <indexterm zone="libxklavier libxklavier-lib">
    110110            <primary sortas="c-libxklavier">libxklavier.[so,a]</primary>
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