[ECOS] Re: RedBoot "set MAC address" API?
Wed Nov 15 12:09:00 GMT 2006
On Wed, 15 Nov 2006, wang cui wrote:
>> And what's fails at all? Is it Jade or any TeX wrapper? Often `pdfjadetex'
>> is just a symlink on `pdftex'.
>> Does such a stage pass:
>> mkdir -p /tmp/ecos-doc
>> cd /tmp/ecos-doc
>> make html
> Thanks for your reply!
> As I wrote before, I only get "openjade" installed in my CygWin:
1) Hope, that openjade is the cygwin-land executable. Did you build that
openjade from sources under Cygwin or install with _cygwin_ setup
utility? If I remember, there was one utility in cygwin, try it
$ cygcheck `which openjade`
The cygwin `cygcheck' ~= `ldd'. There is no msvc*dll there.
2) Check openjade version (don't use the development branches), the
branch 1.3.2 is stable
$ echo | openjade -v
on my Slackware 10.2 I've got openjade-1.3.4 even. It works fine too.
> When I try "make html", it reports as below:
> openjade -t sgml -i html -d ./../../packages/pkgconf/stylesheet.dsl#html
> openjade:ecos-ref.sgml:1:55:W: cannot generate system identifier for public
> "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V3.1//EN"
> openjade:ecos-ref.sgml:53:0:E: reference to entity "BOOK" for which no system
> entifier could be generated
3) Be sure that DookBook things were installed. Usually they live there
4) Check what jade & docbook were installed properly, try to build
dookbook 3.1 test with your jade installation
export DOCBOOK=/usr/share/sgml/docbook ;# set your path
mkdir -p /tmp/db-test
openjade -t sgml \
-d $DOCBOOK/dsssl-stylesheets/html/docbook.dsl \
You shouldn't see any errors! The book1.htm with its friends should
5) If something wrongs still, well, it isn't eCos deal, is it right? To
learn more about jade/sgml/docbook, read these articles, for example
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