Subject: Some chap-linux fixes to start off with
To: None <,>
From: Daniel de Kok <>
List: netbsd-docs
Date: 05/19/2003 19:56:16
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Hi all,

Here are some fixes for chap-linux. The chapter is unclear at some
places and the Acrobat license is now accepted by adding the
ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+=adobe-acrobat-license line to /etc/mk.conf .

With kind regards,
Daniel de Kok

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--- chap-linux.xml.old	Mon May 19 19:31:35 2003
+++ chap-linux.xml	Mon May 19 19:50:54 2003
@@ -118,14 +118,18 @@
         Both operations will be handled automatically by the package
         system, without the need of manual intervention from the user (I
         suppose that, by now, you have already begun to love the package
-        system...)
+        system...). Note that this section describes manual installation
+	of the Linux libraries.
         To install the libraries, a program must be installed that
         handles the <acronym>RPM</acronym> format: it is
-        <filename>rpm-2.5.4</filename>, which will be used to extract the
-        Suse libraries.
+        <filename>rpm</filename>, which will be used to extract the
+        Suse libraries. Execute <command>make</command> and
+	<command>make install</command> in the=20
+	<filename>/usr/pkgsrc/misc/rpm/</filename> directory to
+	build and install <command>rpm</command>.
@@ -134,7 +138,9 @@
         The Suse RPM files can be downloaded by the package system or, if
         you have a Suse CD, you can copy them in the
         <filename>/usr/pkgsrc/distfiles/suse</filename> directory and then=
-        <command>make</command> and <command>make install</command>.
+        <command>make</command> and <command>make install</command>
+	after going to the <filename>/usr/pkgsrc/emulators/suse_base</filename>
+	directory.
@@ -171,12 +177,15 @@
 make install
-     =20
-      <para>
-        The <application>Acrobat Reader</application> install scripts asks
-        you to accept the licence.
-        When you have done this you can start the program.
-      </para>
+      <note>
+	<para>
+      	  to download and install Acrobat Reader you need to add the line
+          <quote>ACCEPTABLE_LICENSES+=3Dadobe-acrobat-license</quote> to
+          <filename>/etc/mk.conf</filename> to accept the Acrobat Reader
+          license.
+	</para>
+      </note>


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