Changeset 5e18c49c


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Timestamp:
10/04/2003 02:23:39 PM (18 years ago)
Author:
Larry Lawrence <larry@…>
Branches:
10.0, 10.1, 11.0, 6.0, 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, krejzi/svn, nosym, perl-modules, qt5new, systemd-11177, systemd-13485, trunk, v5_0, v5_0-pre1, v5_1, v5_1-pre1, xry111/git-date, xry111/git-date-for-trunk, xry111/git-date-test
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Message:

compound word edits, a2ps expanded intro

git-svn-id: svn://svn.linuxfromscratch.org/BLFS/trunk/BOOK@1303 af4574ff-66df-0310-9fd7-8a98e5e911e0

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  • appendices/glossary.xml

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    152152<glossdef><para><acronym>GTK</acronym>+ Drawing Kit</para></glossdef></glossentry>
    153153
     154<glossentry id="gGID"><glossterm><acronym>GID</acronym></glossterm>
     155<glossdef><para>Group IDentity</para></glossdef></glossentry>
     156
    154157<glossentry id="gGIF"><glossterm><acronym>GIF</acronym></glossterm>
    155158<glossdef><para>Graphics Interchange Format</para></glossdef></glossentry>
     
    422425<glossdef><para>Secure Sockets Layer</para></glossdef></glossentry>
    423426
     427<glossentry id="gSUID"><glossterm><acronym>SUID</acronym></glossterm>
     428<glossdef><para>Set User IDentity</para></glossdef></glossentry>
     429
    424430<glossentry id="gSVG"><glossterm><acronym>SVG</acronym></glossterm>
    425431<glossdef><para>Scalable Vector Graphics</para></glossdef></glossentry>
     
    443449<glossdef><para>Universal Disk Format</para></glossdef></glossentry>
    444450
     451<glossentry id="gUID"><glossterm><acronym>UID</acronym></glossterm>
     452<glossdef><para>User IDentity</para></glossdef></glossentry>
     453
    445454<glossentry id="gUDP"><glossterm><acronym>UDP</acronym></glossterm>
    446455<glossdef><para>User Datagram Protocol</para></glossdef></glossentry>
  • appendices/symlinks/rc0.xml

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    144144<entry>xinetd</entry>
    145145<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    146 <entry>Stop internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     146<entry>Stop Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    147147</row>
    148148
  • appendices/symlinks/rc1.xml

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    116116<entry>xinetd</entry>
    117117<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    118 <entry>Stop internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     118<entry>Stop Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    119119</row>
    120120
  • appendices/symlinks/rc2.xml

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    102102<entry>xinetd</entry>
    103103<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    104 <entry>Stop internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     104<entry>Stop Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    105105</row>
    106106
  • appendices/symlinks/rc3.xml

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    6767<entry>xinetd</entry>
    6868<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    69 <entry>Load internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     69<entry>Load Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    7070</row>
    7171
  • appendices/symlinks/rc4.xml

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    6767<entry>xinetd</entry>
    6868<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    69 <entry>Load internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     69<entry>Load Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    7070</row>
    7171
  • appendices/symlinks/rc5.xml

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    6060<entry>xinetd</entry>
    6161<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    62 <entry>Load internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     62<entry>Load Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    6363</row>
    6464
  • appendices/symlinks/rc6.xml

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    137137<entry>xinetd</entry>
    138138<entry><filename>../init.d/xinetd</filename></entry>
    139 <entry>Stop internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
     139<entry>Stop Internet services daemon: <xref linkend="xinetd"/></entry>
    140140</row>
    141141
  • basicnet/djb/daemontools/daemontools-desc.xml

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    7373<sect3><title>setuidgid</title>
    7474<para><command>setuidgid</command> runs a specified program under a given
    75 account's uid and gid.</para></sect3>
     75account's <acronym>UID</acronym> and <acronym>GID</acronym>.</para></sect3>
    7676
    7777<sect3><title>envuidgid</title>
    7878<para><command>envuidgid</command> performs the same function as setuidgid,
    7979but sets environment variables <envar>UID</envar> and <envar>GID</envar> equal
    80 to the uid and gid of the account specified.</para></sect3>
     80to the <acronym>UID</acronym> and <acronym>GID</acronym> of the account specified.</para></sect3>
    8181
    8282<sect3><title>envdir</title>
  • basicnet/netlibs/curl/curl-intro.xml

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    77For example, <command>curl http://curl.haxx.se/download/curl-&curl-version;.tar.gz &gt;
    88curl-&curl-version;.tar.gz</command> would download this program's
    9 tarball to the current directory. This ability to both download and
     9<acronym>TAR</acronym> ball to the current directory. This ability to both download and
    1010redirect files can be incorporated into other programs to support
    1111functions like streaming media.</para>
  • basicnet/netprogs/cvs/cvs-desc.xml

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    2020
    2121<sect3><title>rcs2log</title>
    22 <para><acronym>RCS</acronym> to ChangeLog generator.</para></sect3>
     22<para><acronym>RCS</acronym> to Change Log generator.</para></sect3>
    2323
    2424</sect2>
  • basicnet/netprogs/inetutils/inetutils-desc.xml

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    4747
    4848<sect3><title>inetd</title>
    49 <para><command>inetd</command> is a internet super-server.</para></sect3>
     49<para><command>inetd</command> is a Internet super-server.</para></sect3>
    5050
    5151<sect3><title>rexecd</title>
  • basicnet/netprogs/tcpwrappers/tcpwrappers-desc.xml

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    1111<sect3><title>tcpd</title>
    1212<para><command>tcpd</command> is the main access control daemon for all
    13 internet services, which <command>inetd</command> or
     13Internet services, which <command>inetd</command> or
    1414<command>xinetd</command> will run instead of running the
    1515requested service daemon.</para></sect3>
  • basicnet/netutils/traceroute/traceroute-exp.xml

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    88
    99<para><command>make install</command>: Installs <command>traceroute</command>
    10 setuid root in the <filename>/usr/sbin</filename> directory. This makes it
     10with <acronym>UID</acronym> set to root in the <filename>/usr/sbin</filename> directory. This makes it
    1111possible for all users to execute <command>traceroute</command>. For absolute
    12 security, turn off the setuid bit in <command>traceroute</command>'s file
     12security, turn off the <acronym>SUID</acronym> bit in <command>traceroute</command>'s file
    1313permissions with the command:
    1414<screen><command>chmod 0755 /usr/sbin/traceroute</command></screen></para>
     
    1616<para>The risk is that if a security problem such as a buffer overflow were
    1717ever found in the <application>Traceroute</application> code, a regular user
    18 on your system could gain root access if the program is setuid root. Removing
    19 the setuid permission of course also makes it impossible for users other than
     18on your system could gain root access if the program is
     19<acronym>SUID</acronym> root. Removing
     20the <acronym>SUID</acronym> permission of course also makes it impossible for users other than
    2021root to utilize <command>traceroute</command>, so decide what's right for your
    2122individual situation.</para>
    2223
    2324<para>Now, to be completely <acronym>FHS</acronym> compliant, as is our aim, if
    24 you do leave the <command>traceroute</command> binary setuid root, then you
     25you do leave the <command>traceroute</command> binary
     26<acronym>SUID</acronym> root, then you
    2527should move <filename>traceroute</filename> to <filename>/usr/bin</filename>
    2628with the following command:
  • connect/connect.xml

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    66by connecting to a <acronym>LAN</acronym> with a static
    77<acronym>IP</acronym>.  There are other methods used to connect to
    8 <acronym>LAN</acronym>'s and other networks (such as the internet).  We cover
     8<acronym>LAN</acronym>'s and other networks (such as the Internet).  We cover
    99the most popular methods in this chapter.</para></partintro>
    1010
  • content/web/apache/apache-desc.xml

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    3030
    3131<sect3><title>apachectl</title>
    32 <para><command>apachectl</command> is a frontend to the
     32<para><command>apachectl</command> is a front end to the
    3333<application>Apache</application> <acronym>HTTP</acronym>
    3434server which is designed to help the administrator control the
  • general/graphlib/svgalib/svgalib-inst.xml

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    44<note><para>You must compile and install as root. If you don't nothing bad
    55will happen during compilation, but certain tools won't be able to
    6 become setuid root which is required for proper operation. However,
     6become <acronym>SUID</acronym> root which is required for proper operation. However,
    77this raises a risk of exposing your system to any holes in those
    88tools that might be used to gain root access so use with caution.</para></note>
  • general/prog/gcc/gcc-exp.xml

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    1616<application>Ada</application> build. This step
    1717may be skipped if you don't want to compile the
    18 <application>Ada</application> frontend.</para>
     18<application>Ada</application> front end.</para>
    1919
    2020<para><parameter>CC=/usr/bin/gcc</parameter>: This command works around the
  • introduction/important/unpacking.xml

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    1313installation instructions.</para>
    1414
    15 <para>While you can keep the source tarballs anywhere you like, we
     15<para>While you can keep the source <acronym>TAR</acronym> balls anywhere you like, we
    1616assume that you have unpacked them and unzipped any required patches
    1717into <filename>/usr/src</filename>.</para>
  • introduction/welcome/changelog.xml

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    11<sect1 id="intro-welcome-changelog" role="dsssl">
    22<?dbhtml filename="changelog.html" dir="introduction"?>
    3 <title>Changelog</title>
    4 
    5 <para>Please note that the changelog only lists which editor was
     3<title>Change Log</title>
     4
     5<para>Please note that the change log only lists which editor was
    66responsible for putting the changes into <acronym>CVS</acronym>; please read
    77the <xref linkend="intro-welcome-credits"/> page in Chapter 1 for details on
  • multimedia/videoutils/mplayer/mplayer-desc.xml

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    1919<screen><command>mplayer -fs blfs.avi
    2020mplayer -vo fbdev -fb /dev/fb0 -dvd 1 -aid 128 -sub en -framedrop
    21 mplayer -fs -vcd 1; # works both for VCDs and SVCDs
     21mplayer -fs vcd://1    # works both for VCDs and SVCDs
    2222mplayer http://www.students.uni-marburg.de/~Klossa/hapkidofight_lo.mpg</command></screen>
    2323
  • postlfs/config/bootdisk.xml

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    1414
    1515<para>Heeding the warning, the rescue disk created here has no
    16 dependency on the host system's resources, other than basic boot-ability
     16dependency on the host system's resources, other than basic bootability
    1717and hardware soundness.  At a minimum, the most common sorts of failures
    1818requiring a rescue boot disk should be addressed by the contents of the
     
    7474compiled with same compiler used to make the kernel.</para>
    7575
    76 <para>The rescue-image must include support for the file system of your
     76<para>The rescue image must include support for the file system of your
    7777choice (we presume ext2/3 here), ramdisk and initial ramdisk (initrd).
    7878Disable everything that you can in the kernel configuration. You should
  • postlfs/config/config.xml

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    1313these files can be found in the <filename>/etc</filename> hierarchy.
    1414There are often graphical configuration programs available for different
    15 subsystems but most are simply pretty frontends to the process
     15subsystems but most are simply pretty front ends to the process
    1616of editing the file.  The advantage of text-only configuration is that
    1717you can edit parameters using your favorite text editor, whether that
  • postlfs/editors/emacs/emacs-desc.xml

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    4141
    4242<sect3><title>grep-changelog</title>
    43 <para><command>grep-changelog</command> prints entries in ChangeLogs matching various
    44 criteria.</para></sect3>
     43<para><command>grep-changelog</command> prints entries in Change Logs matching
     44various criteria.</para></sect3>
    4545
    4646<sect3><title>rcs-checkin</title>
  • postlfs/security/firewalling/busybox.xml

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    66Examples of this can be when you want to admin your box from another host
    77on your intranet or use it as a proxy or a name server. Note: Outlining a true
    8 concept howto protect a server that offers services on the internet
     8concept of how to protect a server that offers services on the Internet
    99goes far beyond the scope of this document,
    1010see <xref linkend="postlfs-security-fw-disclaimer"/>.</para>
     
    1616<xref linkend="postlfs-security-fw-masqRouter"/> for some more details.</para>
    1717
    18 <para>If the services you'd like to offer do not need to access the internet
     18<para>If the services you'd like to offer do not need to access the Internet
    1919themselves, like internal-only samba- or name-servers, it's quite
    2020simple and should still be acceptable from a security standpoint.
  • postlfs/security/firewalling/intro.xml

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    11<sect2 id="postlfs-security-fw-intro" xreflabel="Firewalling Introduction">
    2 <title>Introduction to Firewalling</title>
     2<title>Introduction to Firewall Creation</title>
    33
    44<para>The general purpose of a firewall is to protect a network
     
    1616may wish to choose which services are accessible by certain machines,
    1717you may wish to limit which machines or applications are allowed
    18 to have internet access, or you may simply  not trust some of your
     18to have Internet access, or you may simply  not trust some of your
    1919apps or users.
    2020In these situations you might  benefit by using a firewall.</para>
     
    3939<para>This is a setup or program, for Windows commercially sold by
    4040companies such as Symantec, of which they claim or pretend that it
    41 secures a home or desktop-pc with internet access. This topic is
     41secures a home or desktop-pc with Internet access. This topic is
    4242highly relevant for users who do not know the ways their computers
    43 might be accessed via the internet and how to disable these,
     43might be accessed via the Internet and how to disable these,
    4444especially if they are always online and if they are connected via
    4545broadband links.</para></sect3>
    4646
    4747<sect3><title><xref linkend="postlfs-security-fw-masqRouter"/></title>
    48 <para>This is a box placed between the internet and an intranet.
     48<para>This is a box placed between the Internet and an intranet.
    4949To minimize the risk of compromising the firewall itself it
    5050should generally have only one role, that of protecting the intranet.
     
    5252and eventually IP masquerading (rewriting IP-headers
    5353of the packets it routes from clients with private IP-addresses onto
    54 the internet so that they seem to come from the firewall
     54the Internet so that they seem to come from the firewall
    5555itself) are commonly considered harmless.</para></sect3>
    5656
  • postlfs/security/firewalling/masqrouter.xml

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    44<para>A true Firewall has two interfaces, one connected to an intranet,
    55in this example, <emphasis role="strong">eth0</emphasis>, and one
    6 connected to the internet, here, <emphasis role="strong">ppp0</emphasis>.
     6connected to the Internet, here, <emphasis role="strong">ppp0</emphasis>.
    77To provide the maximum security against the box itself being broken into,
    88make sure that there are no servers running on it, especially not
     
    9292<replaceable>ppp+</replaceable> to the name of the interface which you are
    9393using.  If you are using the same interface type to connect to both your
    94 intranet and the internet, you need to use the actual name of the
     94intranet and the Internet, you need to use the actual name of the
    9595interface such as <emphasis role="strong">eth0</emphasis>,
    9696on both interfaces.</para>
  • postlfs/security/firewalling/persfw.xml

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    33
    44<para>A Personal Firewall is supposed to let you access the all services
    5 offered on the internet, but keep your box secure and your data private.</para>
     5offered on the Internet, but keep your box secure and your data private.</para>
    66
    77<para>Below is a slightly modified version of Rusty Russell's
     
    5151<para>His script is quite simple, it drops all traffic coming in into your
    5252computer that wasn't initiated from your box, but as long as you are simply
    53 surfing the internet you are unlikely to exceed its limits.</para>
     53surfing the Internet you are unlikely to exceed its limits.</para>
    5454
    5555<para>If you frequently encounter certain delays at accessing ftp-servers,
  • postlfs/security/security.xml

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    1616<para>Prevention of breaches, like a trojan, are assisted by applications like
    1717<application>GnuPG</application>, specifically the ability to confirm signed
    18 packages, which prevents modification of the tarball after the packager creates
    19 it.</para>
     18packages, which prevents modification of the <acronym>TAR</acronym> ball after
     19the packager creates it.</para>
    2020
    2121<para> Finally, we touch on detection with a package that stores "signatures"
  • pst/ps/a2ps/a2ps-desc.xml

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    22<title>Contents</title>
    33
    4 <para>a2ps is a filter program. The <application>a2ps</application> package
    5 consists of the program <command>a2ps</command> and filter data.</para>
     4<para>The <application>a2ps</application> package
     5contains <command>a2ps</command> and filter data.</para>
    66</sect2>
    77
     
    1111<sect3><title>a2ps</title>
    1212
    13 <para><command>a2ps</command> is a filter program that converts nearly
    14 everything to PostScript.</para>
     13<para><command>a2ps</command> is a filter, utilized primarily by
     14printing scripts, that converts standard input or supported files
     15to PostScript.</para>
    1516
    1617</sect3>
  • pst/ps/a2ps/a2ps-exp.xml

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    77cd .. &amp;&amp;</command></screen>
    88These commands eliminate the compiling and installing of the
    9 <application>emacs</application> script files.  If you have substituted
    10 <application>emacs</application> for <application>vi</application> as your
     9<application>Emacs</application> script files.  If you have substituted
     10<application>Emacs</application> for <application>Vi</application> as your
    1111primary editor, you would want to skip these instructions.</para>
    1212
     
    1414sed -e 's|/usr/local/share/ghostscript|/usr/share/ghostscript|g' \
    1515    configure.orig > configure</command></screen>
    16 This command modifies the configure script to search for Ghostscript fonts
     16This command modifies the configure script to search for
     17<application>Ghostscript</application> fonts
    1718at the location where they were installed by the <acronym>BLFS</acronym>
    1819instructions.</para>
    1920
    2021<para><parameter>--sysconfdir=/etc/a2ps</parameter>: Configuration data
    21 goes to <filename>/etc/a2ps</filename> instead of
    22 <filename>/usr/etc</filename>.</para>
     22goes to <filename class="directory">/etc/a2ps</filename> instead of
     23<filename class="directory">/usr/etc</filename>.</para>
    2324
    2425<para><parameter>--with-medium=letter</parameter>: This switch changes
    25 the default paper format of A4 to letter. Locations that utilize A4
     26the default paper format of A4 to letter. Installations that utilize A4
    2627would eliminate this switch.</para>
    2728
  • pst/ps/a2ps/a2ps-intro.xml

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    22<title>Introduction to <application>a2ps</application></title>
    33
    4 <para><application>a2ps</application> is a utility used mostly in the
    5 background to convert almost every input format into PostScript output, hence
    6 the name "a2ps" which stands for "all to PostScript".</para>
     4<para><application>a2ps</application> is a filter utilitized mainly in the
     5background and primarily by printing scripts to convert almost
     6every input format into PostScript output. The application's name expands
     7appropriately to "all to PostScript".</para>
    78
    89<sect3><title>Package information</title>
  • pst/ps/enscript/enscript-desc.xml

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    22<title>Contents</title>
    33
    4 <para>The <application>enscript</application> package consists of the program
     4<para>The <application>enscript</application> package contains
    55<command>enscript</command> and filter data.
    66</para>
     
    1010<sect3><title>enscript</title>
    1111
    12 <para><command>enscript</command> is a filter program that converts
     12<para><command>enscript</command> is a filter, used primarily by
     13printing scripts, that converts
    1314<acronym>ASCII</acronym> files to PostScript.</para>
    1415
  • pst/scanning/gocr/gocr-desc.xml

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    1414
    1515<sect3><title>gtk-ocr</title>
    16 <para><command>gtk-ocr</command> is the <acronym>GTK</acronym> frontend for
     16<para><command>gtk-ocr</command> is the <acronym>GTK</acronym> front end for
    1717<command>gocr</command>.</para></sect3>
    1818
  • pst/scanning/gocr/gocr-inst.xml

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    88make install</command></userinput></screen>
    99
    10 <para>To install the <acronym>GTK</acronym> frontend, use the following commands:</para>
     10<para>To install the <acronym>GTK</acronym> front end, use the following commands:</para>
    1111
    1212<screen><userinput><command>cd frontend/gnome &amp;&amp;
  • pst/scanning/gocr/gocr-intro.xml

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    88
    99<para><application>GOCR</application> can used as a console utility, but
    10 there is an <acronym>GTK</acronym> frontend in the source package, also.</para>
     10there is an <acronym>GTK</acronym> front end in the source package, also.</para>
    1111
    1212<sect3><title>Package information</title>
     
    2525<sect3><title><application>GOCR</application> dependencies</title>
    2626<sect4><title>Optional</title>
    27 <para><xref linkend="pst-typesetting-tex"/> or fig2dev (for examples), <xref linkend="xfree86"/> and <xref linkend="GTK"/> (for frontend only)</para></sect4>
     27<para><xref linkend="pst-typesetting-tex"/> or fig2dev (for examples), <xref linkend="xfree86"/> and <xref linkend="GTK"/> (for front end only)</para></sect4>
    2828</sect3>
    2929
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    22<title>Contents</title>
    33
    4 <sect3><title>Backends:</title>
     4<sect3><title>Back ends:</title>
    55<para>See <ulink url="http://www.mostang.com/sane/sane-supported-devices.html"/>
    66for a list of available backends.</para>
    77</sect3>
    88
    9 <sect3><title>Frontends:</title>
     9<sect3><title>Front ends:</title>
    1010<para><command>scanimage</command>: Command line interface for
    1111scanning.</para>
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    2323</sect3>
    2424
    25 <sect3><title>Installation of <application><acronym>SANE</acronym></application> frontends</title>
     25<sect3><title>Installation of <application><acronym>SANE</acronym></application> front ends</title>
    2626
    27 <para>To install <application><acronym>SANE</acronym></application> frontends, use the following
     27<para>To install <application><acronym>SANE</acronym></application> front ends, use the following
    2828commands:</para>
    2929
  • pst/scanning/sane/sane-intro.xml

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    99with its own protocol, so the vendor drivers can't be used.</para>
    1010                                                                               
    11 <para><acronym>SANE</acronym> is split into backends and frontends. The
    12 backends are drivers for the supported scanners. The frontends are user
     11<para><acronym>SANE</acronym> is split into back ends and front ends. The
     12back ends are drivers for the supported scanners. The front ends are user
    1313interfaces to access the backends.</para>
    1414
     
    2121<listitem><para>Download (FTP): <ulink
    2222url="&sane-fe-download-ftp;"/></para></listitem>
    23 <listitem><para>Download size: &sane-be-size; (Backends), &sane-fe-size;
    24 (Frontends)</para></listitem>
     23<listitem><para>Download size: &sane-be-size; (Back ends), &sane-fe-size;
     24(Front ends)</para></listitem>
    2525<listitem><para>Estimated Disk space required:
    26 &sane-be-buildsize; (Backends), &sane-fe-buildsize; (Frontends)</para></listitem>
     26&sane-be-buildsize; (Back ends), &sane-fe-buildsize; (Front ends)</para></listitem>
    2727<listitem><para>Estimated build time:
    2828&sane-time;</para></listitem></itemizedlist>
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    22<title>Introduction to <application>XSane</application></title>
    33
    4 <para><application>XSane</application> is another frontend for
     4<para><application>XSane</application> is another front end for
    55<xref linkend="sane"/>. It has additional features to improve the image
    66quality compared to xscanimage.</para>
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    1616      | (umask 0; cd /usr/share/texmf; tar xvf -)</command></userinput></screen>
    1717
    18 <para>If the optional texmf source code tarball was downloaded, untar
     18<para>If the optional texmf source code <acronym>TAR</acronym> ball was downloaded, untar
    1919it now:</para>
    2020<screen><userinput><command>gzip -dc ../tetex-texmfsrc-&tex-version;.tar.gz \
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    33
    44<para><application>TeX</application> is a typesetting package, able to create
    5 documents in a variety of formats.  The optional texmfsrc tarball contains
    6 source code for packages that are contained in the texmf tarball, including
     5documents in a variety of formats.  The optional texmfsrc
     6<acronym>TAR</acronym> ball contains source code for packages that are
     7contained in the texmf <acronym>TAR</acronym> ball, including
    78the docstrip sources.</para>
    89
  • server/other/xinetd/xinetd-desc.xml

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    1010
    1111<sect3><title>xinetd</title>
    12 <para><command>xinetd</command> is the internet services daemon.</para></sect3>
     12<para><command>xinetd</command> is the Internet services daemon.</para></sect3>
    1313
    1414<sect3><title>itox</title>
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    22<title>Installation of <application>XFce</application></title>
    33
    4 <para><application>XFce</application> now distributes as a tarball of
     4<para><application>XFce</application> now distributes as a
     5<acronym>TAR</acronym> ball of
    56base packages and module packages. These instructions will only cover
    67the bare minimum to run the application.  The remaining modules would
  • xsoft/other/other.xml

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    33<title>Other X-based Internet Programs</title>
    44
    5 <para>The internet isn't just about browsing.  Here are more graphical
    6 applications that utilize other areas of the internet.</para>
     5<para>The Internet isn't just about browsing.  Here are more graphical
     6applications that utilize other areas of the Internet.</para>
    77
    88&pan;
  • xsoft/suites/openoffice/openoffice-intro.xml

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    4141<listitem><para>Required patch if <xref linkend="Linux_PAM"/> is not installed: <ulink
    4242url="&patch-root;/openoffice-&openoffice-version;-no-pam.patch"/></para></listitem>
    43 <listitem><para>The source tarball only contains English language help. A localized help
     43<listitem><para>The source <acronym>TAR</acronym> ball only contains English language help. A localized help
    4444content file may be available at <ulink
    4545url="http://ftp.services.openoffice.org/pub/OpenOffice.org/contrib/helpcontent/"/>.</para></listitem></itemizedlist>
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