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FAQ Debian fails to build


The "FAQ Debian GNU/Linux" fails to build because at the end of file
pkgtools.sgml there is the tag </list>. 

I found two other issues:
In the file getting.sgml, there are two section with the same id (<sect
id="version"). I changed the second into <sect id="updatestable">

And in the file pkgtools.sgml, there are also two section with the same 
id (<sect id="whatpackages">).  I changed the second into <sect

Thanks you for commit !

--- getting.sgml	2005-09-11 01:26:30.000000000 +0200
+++ getting.new.sgml	2005-09-11 01:23:19.000000000 +0200
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
 <p>Please see <ref id="dists"> for more information.
-<sect id="version">Are there package upgrades in `stable'?
+<sect id="updatestable">Are there package upgrades in `stable'?
 <p>No new functionality is added to the stable release. Once a Debian
 version is released and tagged `stable' it will only get security
--- pkgtools.sgml	2005-09-11 01:26:31.000000000 +0200
+++ pkgtools.new.sgml	2005-09-11 01:47:44.000000000 +0200
@@ -286,8 +286,9 @@
     <p>This method has the advantage over <tt>dpkg --search</tt> in that it
     will find files in packages that are not currently installed on your
-<sect id="whatpackages">Why doesn't get `foo-data' removed when I 
+<sect id="datapackages">Why doesn't get `foo-data' removed when I 
    uninstall `foo'?
 <p>Some packages that are split in program (`foo') and data
@@ -304,4 +305,3 @@
 packages and remove them when no packages remain that need them in
 your system.

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