From: Joe Cooper <joe@sw...> - 2001-11-28 21:59:29
Oops...Wrong link. Apologies. This one is html, suitable for browsing:
If you don't want to download again, you've probably already got sgml
processing tools installed...docbook2html is a script that comes with
Red Hat that will convert it to HTML.
Adam Maltby wrote:
> Joe, many thanks for this!
> I am now oing to ask what may sound like a dumb question!
> What apps open SGML in a readable format rather than having SGML code mixed in with the main text?
> Thanks again!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joe Cooper [mailto:joe@...]
> Sent: 27 November 2001 12:05
> To: adam.maltby@...
> Cc: webadmin-list@...
> Subject: Re: Webmin Guide
> Ooh! Ooh! I know!
> This is a pretty hefty download of all of the HTML+Images (7+MB I
> think). Please don't redistribute this file or publish it anywhere
> else--it isn't finished and I'm not allowing redistribution of the
> incomplete version (I'm still trying to convince a couple of sites to
> remove the ancient 0.3 version, thus my lack of wide advertising of the
> downloadable version and insistence that it not be redistributed).
> There will be a downloadable PDF for free, and a printed book version
> available for purchase soon (a real publisher will be publishing it in a
> couple of months).
> Sorry if you were one of the folks who asked about this via private
> email--I received a couple while I was travelling for the most recent
> web cacheoff, and they kind of got put away without reply (emailing via
> 9600 baud wireless is kinda sucky).
> Adam Maltby wrote:
>>Hi Guys and Gals!
>>Don't suppose if anyone knows if Joes Webmin Guide is available as a
Joe Cooper <joe@...>
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