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[docbook] Listing a kickstart XML file within Docbook
- From: Kerry Cox <kerryjcox at gmail dot com>
- To: docbook at lists dot oasis-open dot org
- Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 16:20:02 -0700
- Subject: [docbook] Listing a kickstart XML file within Docbook
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- Reply-to: Kerry Cox <kerryjcox at gmail dot com>
I am attempting to explain to beginning users here at my job how to
create a kickstart file for use with Red Hat servers. As we use
Opsware provisioning software, this kickstart XML file has gotten
rather bulky and I am getting all sorts of errors as I attempt to
render it under Docbook.
I have tried <programlisting> and the <![CDATA[ ]]> tags. Regular
comments do not prohibit the xml tags and Bash scripts within the
sample XML from causing havoc with Docbook.
I have also tried <computeroutput> and no success.
Any suggestions for rendering XML files within Docbook?
Thanks. I can post the file if needs be.