Re: Install manual, finnish translation
>>>>> "Tapio" == Tapio Lehtonen <email@example.com> writes:
Tapio> - I modified
Tapio> the *.ent files, to get the above dictionaries and added url's
Tapio> to LinuxMCA (Debian on a MicroChannel machine works OK).
Your non-language-specific change for urls.ent I integrated. Any
finnish specific changes should *not* be made to defaults.ent or
urls.ent. Instead, include a new .ent file or just do it in the
document preamble (see how I reference urls.ent currently).
Tapio> - I sent some fixes and questions about the original english
Tapio> text. Reading carefully for the translation makes one spot
Tapio> typos and not so clear parts.
Yes, thanks, integrated as you know.
Tapio> Some silly questions:
Tapio> Why do I get the following error message in Xemacs when parsing
Tapio> the DTD? I remember that editing debiandoc in xemacs has worked
Tapio> previously (so that I can from markup menu do instert
Tapio> element). It still works for docbook, and I have not found what
Tapio> is wrong.
Tapio> External entity debiandoc not found Public identifier
Tapio> -//DebianDoc//DTD DebianDoc//EN
Do you have debiandoc-sgml installed?
Tapio> Are installation sizes for the default profiles now accurate?
Tapio> When installing hamm, I noticed I needed two or three times the
Tapio> indicated disk space to install succesfully. Seems the given
Tapio> sizes were too small, and they did not account for the
Tapio> workspace needed during the installation.
I dunno... they might be wrong. What do you mean 'workspace needed
during installation? I do caveat in the 'planning' section that some
install methods in some cases (i.e., apt + http, but not apt + nfs)
will require room for downloading the files to local disk.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>