[lfs-fr] [BLFS-EN] r10190

Robot myou72 at orange.fr
Sam 12 Mai 15:38:42 PDT 2012


Révision 10190

fichiers supprimés :
   networking/mailnews/tin.xml
   networking/mailnews/pine.xml
   networking/mailnews/slrn.xml
   networking/netlibs/gnet.xml
   networking/netlibs/libproxy.xml
   networking/netprogs/inetutils.xml
   networking/netprogs/samba3-client.xml
   networking/netprogs/portmap.xml
   networking/netprogs/nfs-utils-client.xml
   networking/netprogs/ncpfs.xml
   networking/netprogs/rsync-client.xml

fichiers ajoutés :
   archive/inetutils.xml
   archive/samba3-client.xml
   archive/tin.xml
   archive/pine.xml
   archive/gnet.xml
   archive/libproxy.xml
   archive/ncpfs.xml
   archive/portmap.xml
   archive/nfs-utils-client.xml
   archive/rsync-client.xml
   archive/slrn.xml

fichiers modifiés :
   networking/mailnews/mailnews.xml
   networking/netlibs/netlibs.xml
   networking/netprogs/netprogs.xml

Log :
Cleanup IV. Networking

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Index: archive/gnet.xml
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--- archive/gnet.xml	(revision 0)
+++ archive/gnet.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -0,0 +1,122 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+  {!ENTITY gnet-download-http "http://gnetlibrary.org/src/gnet-&gnet-version;.tar.gz"}
+  {!ENTITY gnet-download-ftp  " "}
+  {!ENTITY gnet-md5sum        "3a7a40411775688fe4c42141ab007048"}
+  {!ENTITY gnet-size          "595 KB"}
+  {!ENTITY gnet-buildsize     "7.6 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY gnet-time          "0.2 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="gnet" xreflabel="GNet-&gnet-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="gnet.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}GNet-&gnet-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="gnet"}
+    {primary sortas="a-GNet"}GNet{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to GNet{/title}
+
+    {para}The {application}GNet{/application} package contains a simple network
+    library. This is useful for supporting TCP sockets, UDP and IP multicast,
+    asynchronous DNS lookup, and more.{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&gnet-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&gnet-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &gnet-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &gnet-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &gnet-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &gnet-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}GNet Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="required"}{!--{xref linkend="GLib"/} or--}{xref linkend="glib2"/}{/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/gnet"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of GNet{/title}
+
+    {para}Install {application}GNet{/application} by running the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr &&
+make{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Library{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}libgnet-2.0.{so,a}{/seg}
+        {seg}/usr/include/gnet-2.0, /usr/lib/gnet-2.0 and
+        /usr/share/doc/libgnet2.0-dev or /usr/share/gtk-doc/html/gnet{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="libgnet"}
+        {term}{filename class='libraryfile'}libgnet-2.0.{so,a}{/filename}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a simple network library written in C. It is
+          object-oriented and built upon {application}GLib{/application}. It is
+          intended to be easy to use and port.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="gnet libgnet"}
+            {primary sortas="c-libgnet-2.0"}libgnet-2.0.{so,a}{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
Property changes on: archive/gnet.xml
___________________________________________________________________
Added: svn:keywords

Index: archive/inetutils.xml
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--- archive/inetutils.xml	(revision 0)
+++ archive/inetutils.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -0,0 +1,287 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+  {!ENTITY inetutils-download-http "http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/gnu/gnusrc/inetutils/inetutils-&inetutils-version;.tar.gz"}
+  {!ENTITY inetutils-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/inetutils/inetutils-&inetutils-version;.tar.gz"}
+  {!ENTITY inetutils-md5sum        "944f7196a2b3dba2d400e9088576000c"}
+  {!ENTITY inetutils-size          "1.9 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY inetutils-buildsize     "23 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY inetutils-time          "0.4 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="inetutils" xreflabel="Inetutils-&inetutils-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="inetutils.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}Inetutils-&inetutils-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="inetutils"}
+    {primary sortas="a-Inetutils"}Inetutils{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+   {title}Introduction to Inetutils{/title}
+
+    {para}The {application}Inetutils{/application} package contains network
+    clients and servers. If you are building on an LFS platform, this package
+    was installed during LFS and only the clients (telnet, ftp, etc.) were
+    installed. These instructions allow you to install the server programs.
+    Note that most of the {application}Inetutils{/application} servers are
+    insecure and should only be used on trusted networks.{/para}
+
+    &lfs70_checked;
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&inetutils-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&inetutils-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &inetutils-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &inetutils-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &inetutils-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &inetutils-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Inetutils Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}
+      {xref linkend="linux-pam"/},
+      {xref linkend="tcpwrappers"/},
+      {ulink url="http://www.pdc.kth.se/kth-krb/"}krb4{/ulink}, and
+      {xref linkend="mitkrb"/}
+    {/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/inetutils"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of Inetutils{/title}
+
+    {para}Install {application}Inetutils{/application} by running the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr          \
+            --libexecdir=/usr/sbin \
+            --sysconfdir=/etc      \
+            --localstatedir=/var   \
+            --disable-logger       \
+            --disable-syslogd      \
+            --disable-whois        \
+            --disable-ifconfig     \
+            --disable-hostname     \
+            --disable-clients      &&
+make{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}To test the results, issue: {command}make check{/command}.{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role="root"}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="commands"}
+    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--disable-logger{/parameter}: This switch prevents
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing a {command}logger{/command}
+    program, which is installed in the LFS book.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--disable-syslogd{/parameter}: This switch prevents
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing a system log daemon, which is
+    installed in the LFS book.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--disable-whois{/option}: This switch prevents
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing an outdated
+    {command}whois{/command} client. Add this option if you plan on installing
+    {xref linkend="whois"/}.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--disable-ifconfig{/option}: This switch prevents
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} from installing an
+    {command}ifconfig{/command} command. Use this parameter if you have
+    {application}Net-Tools{/application} installed and wish to keep its version
+    of {command}ifconfig{/command}.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--disable-hostname{/option}: This switch prevents
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} from installing a
+    {command}hostname{/command} command. Use this parameter if you have
+    the version of this program supplied by the either the
+    {application}Coreutils{/application} package or the
+    {application}Net-Tools{/application} package and wish to keep it.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--disable-clients{/parameter}: This switch prevents
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing any of the client programs
+    (most of which were build during LFS) and only installs the server
+    programs.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--with-wrap{/option}: This switch makes
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} compile against
+    {application}tcp-wrappers{/application}. Add this option if you want to
+    utilize {application}tcp-wrappers{/application}.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--with-pam{/option}: This switch makes
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} link against
+    {application}Linux-PAM{/application} libraries.
+    Add this option if you want to utilize PAM.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--disable-servers{/option}: Some of the servers included with
+    {application}Inetutils{/application} are insecure in nature and in some cases
+    better alternatives exist. You can choose this switch to enable only the
+    servers you need, avoiding the installation of unneeded servers.{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {para}A list of the installed programs not included here, along with their
+    short descriptions can be found at
+    {ulink url="&lfs-root;/chapter06/inetutils.html#contents-inetutils"/}.{/para}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}ftpd, hostname, ifconfig, inetd, rexecd, rlogind, rshd,
+        talkd, telnetd, tftpd, uucpd and whois{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="ftpd-inetutils"}
+        {term}{command}ftpd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a DARPA Internet File Transfer Protocol Server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils ftpd-inetutils"}
+            {primary sortas="b-ftpd"}ftpd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="inetd"}
+        {term}{command}inetd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is an Internet super-server. {!-- Note that the {xref linkend="xinetd"/}
+          package provides a much better server that does the same thing.--}{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils inetd"}
+            {primary sortas="b-inetd"}inetd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="rexecd-inetutils"}
+        {term}{command}rexecd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a remote execution server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils rexecd-inetutils"}
+            {primary sortas="b-rexecd"}rexecd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="rlogind-inetutils"}
+        {term}{command}rlogind{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a remote login server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils rlogind-inetutils"}
+            {primary sortas="b-rlogind"}rlogind{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="rshd-inetutils"}
+        {term}{command}rshd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a remote shell server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils rshd-inetutils"}
+            {primary sortas="b-rshd"}rshd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="talkd"}
+        {term}{command}talkd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a remote user communication server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils talkd"}
+            {primary sortas="b-talkd"}talkd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="telnetd-inetutils"}
+        {term}{command}telnetd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a DARPA TELNET protocol server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils telnetd-inetutils"}
+            {primary sortas="b-telnetd"}telnetd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="tftpd"}
+        {term}{command}tftpd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is an Internet Trivial File Transfer Protocol server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils tftpd"}
+            {primary sortas="b-tftpd"}tftpd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="uucpd"}
+        {term}{command}uucpd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a server for supporting UUCP
+          connections over networks.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils uucpd"}
+            {primary sortas="b-uucpd"}uucpd{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="whois-inetutils"}
+        {term}{command}whois{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a client for the whois directory service. Note that the
+          {xref linkend="whois"/} package provides a much better client.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="inetutils whois-inetutils"}
+            {primary sortas="b-whois"}whois{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
Property changes on: archive/inetutils.xml
___________________________________________________________________
Added: svn:keywords

Index: archive/libproxy.xml
===================================================================
--- archive/libproxy.xml	(revision 0)
+++ archive/libproxy.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -0,0 +1,180 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+  {!ENTITY libproxy-download-http "http://libproxy.googlecode.com/files/libproxy-&libproxy-version;.tar.gz"}
+  {!ENTITY libproxy-download-ftp  " "}
+  {!ENTITY libproxy-md5sum        "509e03a488a61cd62bfbaf3ab6a2a7a5"}
+  {!ENTITY libproxy-size          "89 KB"}
+  {!ENTITY libproxy-buildsize     "23 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY libproxy-time          "0.2 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="libproxy" xreflabel="libproxy-&libproxy-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="libproxy.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}libproxy-&libproxy-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="libproxy"}
+    {primary sortas="a-libproxy"}libproxy{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to libproxy{/title}
+
+    {para}The {application}libproxy{/application} package is a library that
+    provides automatic proxy configuration management. This is useful in
+    standardizing a way of dealing with proxy settings across all
+    scenarios.{/para}
+
+    &lfs71_built;
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&libproxy-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&libproxy-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &libproxy-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &libproxy-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &libproxy-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &libproxy-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}libproxy Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="required"}{xref linkend="cmake"/}{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Recommended{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="recommended"}{xref linkend="GConf"/} (Required if building {application}GNOME{/application}){/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="x-window-system"/},
+    {xref linkend="python2"/},
+      {ulink url="https://developer.mozilla.org/en/XULRunner"}xulrunner{/ulink},
+    {xref linkend="webkitgtk"/} (built with {application}gtk+-2{/application}) or
+    {ulink url="http://webkit.org/"}WebKit{/ulink}, and
+    {xref linkend="NetworkManager"/}{/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/libproxy"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of libproxy{/title}
+
+    {note}{para}Many messages are produced by {command}tar{/command} when
+    extracting this package similar to:
+    {code}[ tar: Ignoring unknown extended header keyword `SCHILY.dev' ]{/code}.
+    They can be ignored.{/para}{/note}
+
+    {para}Install {application}libproxy{/application} by running the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}sed -i 's at cx, 1, \&arg at cx, arg, vp@' \
+    libproxy/modules/pacrunner_mozjs.cpp &&
+cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr . &&
+make{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role="root"}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {!--Optional section--}
+  {sect2 role="commands"}
+    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
+
+    {para}{command}sed -i...libproxy/modules/pacrunner_mozjs.cpp{/command}:
+    This command fixes a build issue with recent xulrunner.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}-DWITH_GNOME3=ON{/option}: This option builds the GNOME
+    configuration plugin.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}-DWITH_KDE4=ON{/option}: This option builds the KDE configuration
+    plugin.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}-DWITH_WEBKIT=ON{/option}: This option builds the WebKit
+    JavaScriptCore PAC runner plugin.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}-DWITH_MOZJS=ON{/option}: This option builds the Mozilla
+    JavaScript PAC runner plugin.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}-DWITH_NM=ON{/option}: This option builds the
+    NetworkManager plugin.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}-DWITH_PYTHON=ON{/option}: This option builds the Python
+    bindings.{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {!--Required section--}
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Program{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Library{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directory{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}proxy{/seg}
+        {seg}libproxy.{so,a}, and various
+        {application}libproxy{/application} plugins{/seg}
+        {seg}/usr/lib/libproxy/&libproxy-version;/plugins{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="proxy"}
+        {term}{command}proxy{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a sample interactive program which lists an array of
+          proxies to use based on a url typed.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="libproxy proxy"}
+            {primary sortas="b-proxy"}proxy{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="libproxy-lib"}
+        {term}{filename class='libraryfile'}libproxy.so{/filename}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}contains the {application}libproxy{/application} API functions.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="libproxy libproxy-lib"}
+            {primary sortas="c-libproxy"}libproxy.so{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
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Index: archive/ncpfs.xml
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--- archive/ncpfs.xml	(revision 0)
+++ archive/ncpfs.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -0,0 +1,235 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+    {!-- Inserted as a reminder to do this. The mention of a test suite
+         is usually right before the root user installation commands. Please
+         delete these 12 (including one blank) lines after you are done.--}
+
+    {!-- Use one of the two mentions below about a test suite,
+         delete the line that is not applicable. Of course, if the
+         test suite uses syntax other than "make check", revise the
+         line to reflect the actual syntax to run the test suite --}
+
+    {!-- {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para} --}
+    {!-- {para}To test the results, issue: {command}make check{/command}.{/para} --}
+
+  {!ENTITY ncpfs-download-http "http://platan.vc.cvut.cz/ftp/pub/linux/ncpfs/ncpfs-&ncpfs-version;.tar.gz"}
+  {!ENTITY ncpfs-download-ftp  "ftp://platan.vc.cvut.cz/pub/linux/ncpfs/ncpfs-&ncpfs-version;.tar.gz"}
+  {!ENTITY ncpfs-md5sum        "5fd2ec0680ba7e66df142637e17a5ac9"}
+  {!ENTITY ncpfs-size          "1.6 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY ncpfs-buildsize     "30 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY ncpfs-time          "0.52 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="ncpfs" xreflabel="NCPFS-&ncpfs-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="ncpfs.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}NCPFS-&ncpfs-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="ncpfs"}
+    {primary sortas="a-NCPFS"}NCPFS{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to NCPFS{/title}
+
+    {para}The {application}NCPFS{/application} package
+    contains client and administration tools for use with Novell
+    networks.{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&ncpfs-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&ncpfs-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &ncpfs-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &ncpfs-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &ncpfs-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &ncpfs-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}NCPFS Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="linux-pam"/} and {xref linkend="php"/}{/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/ncpfs"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of NCPFS{/title}
+
+    {para}Install {application}NCPFS{/application} by running
+    the following commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix="" --includedir=/usr/include \
+    --mandir=/usr/share/man --datadir=/usr/share &&
+make &&
+make install &&
+make install-dev{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="commands"}
+    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--prefix=""{/parameter}:
+    Installs binaries on the root partition so that they are available at
+    boot time.  This may not be ideal for all systems.  If
+    {filename class="directory"}/usr{/filename} is mounted locally,
+    {parameter}--prefix=/usr{/parameter} may be a better option.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--includedir=/usr/include{/parameter}: Tells
+    {command}configure{/command} to look in
+    {filename class="directory"}/usr/include{/filename} for header
+    files. It also tells {command}make{/command} to install
+    {application}NCPFS{/application}'s headers here.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--mandir=/usr/share/man{/parameter}: Installs the man
+    pages in the correct location.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--datadir=/usr/share{/parameter}: Correctly installs the
+    locale files to {filename class="directory"}/usr/share{/filename}.{/para}
+
+    {note}
+      {para}If you do not need to use the IPX protocol, or you use a different
+      IPX package, you can optionally pass {option}--disable-ipx{/option} and/or
+      {option}--disable-ipx-tools{/option} to the {command}configure{/command}
+      script to disable these options.{/para}
+    {/note}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="configuration"}
+    {title}Configuring NCPFS{/title}
+
+    {sect3 id="ncpfs-config"}
+      {title}Config Files{/title}
+
+      {para}{filename}~/.nwclient{/filename}{/para}
+
+      {indexterm zone="ncpfs ncpfs-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-AA.nwclient"}~/.nwclient{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+    {sect3}
+      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
+
+      {para}A config file {filename}~/.nwclient{/filename} should be placed in the
+      home directory of each user that intends to use
+      {application}NCPFS{/application}. The permissions on this file should be set
+      to 600, for obvious security reasons.  The configuration file should contain
+      a single line per server that the user will use.  Each line should contain
+      the server name, the user name, and optionally the password.  Below is a
+      sample {filename}.nwclient{/filename} file.{/para}
+
+{screen}{literal}# Begin example ~/.nwclient config file
+
+Server1/User1 Password
+Server2/User1
+Server2/Guest1 -
+
+# End example .nwclient config file{/literal}{/screen}
+
+      {para}The syntax for the {filename}.nwclient{/filename} file is simple,
+      {literal}server_name/user_name password{/literal}.  Be extremely
+      careful when creating or editing this file as the client utilities are
+      very picky about syntax.  There should always be a space immediately
+      after the username.  If this space is substituted by a tab or multiple
+      spaces, you will not get the expected results when attempting to use
+      the {application}NCPFS{/application} tools.  If no password is supplied,
+      the client utilities will ask for a password when it is needed.  If no
+      password is needed, for instance when using a guest account, a single '-'
+      should be put in place of a password.{/para}
+
+      {para}It should be noted that {command}ncpmount{/command}
+      is not intended to mount individual volumes because each mount point
+      creates a separate client connection to the Novell server.  Mounting
+      each individual volume separately would be unwise, as mounting all
+      volumes on a server under one mount point uses only one client
+      connection.{/para}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+    {sect3  id="ncpfs-init"}
+      {title}Boot Script{/title}
+
+      {para}If you need to set up the IPX protocol at boot, you can install the
+      {filename}/etc/sysconfig/network-devices/services/ipx{/filename}
+      network service script included with the
+      {xref linkend="bootscripts"/} package.{/para}
+
+      {indexterm zone="ncpfs ncpfs-init"}
+        {primary sortas="f-ncpfs"}ncpfs (IPX service script){/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+{screen}{userinput}make install-service-ipx{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+      {para}Next install the
+      {filename}/etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0/ipx{/filename}
+      configuration file with the following commands:{/para}
+
+{screen role="root"}{userinput}install -v -d /etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0 &&
+cat > /etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0/ipx << "EOF"
+{literal}ONBOOT="yes"
+SERVICE="ipx"
+FRAME="{replaceable}<802.2>{/replaceable}"{/literal}
+EOF{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Client Utilities{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Server Admin Utilities{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}IPX Interface Utilities{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Other Utilities{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}ncpmount, ncpumountt, nprintt, nsendt, nwpasswdt,
+        nwsfindt, pqlistt, pqrmt, pqstatt, and slist{/seg}
+        {seg}ncopyt, nwbocreatet, nwbolst, nwbopropst, nwbormt,
+        nwbpaddt, nwbpcreatet, nwbprmt, nwbpsett, nwbpvaluest,
+        nwdirt, nwdpvaluest, nwfsctrlt, nwfsinfot, nwfstimet, nwgrantt,
+        nwpurget, nwrevoket, nwrightst, nwtrusteet, nwtrustee2t,
+        nwuserlistt,  and nwvolinfo{/seg}
+        {seg}ipx_cmdt, ipx_configuret, ipx_interfacet, ipx_internal_nett,
+        and ipx_route{/seg}
+        {seg}ncpmap and nwauth{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
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Added: svn:keywords

Index: archive/nfs-utils-client.xml
===================================================================
--- archive/nfs-utils-client.xml	(revision 0)
+++ archive/nfs-utils-client.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="basicnet-netprogs-nfsutils"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="nfsutils.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}NFS Utilities-&nfs-utils-version; Client{/title}
+
+  {para}The NFS Utilities package provides NFS server functionality as well
+  as client software such as {command}mount.nfs{/command} or {command}umount.nfs{/command}.
+  If you want to install it, the instructions can be
+  found in Chapter 19 – {xref linkend="nfs-utils"/}.  Note that if you only
+  want to use the client, you do {emphasis}not{/emphasis} need to run the server
+  and so do not need the startup script and links.  In accordance with good
+  practice, only run the server if you actually need it (and if you don't know
+  whether you need it or not, it's likely that you don't!).{/para}
+
+{/sect1}
Property changes on: archive/nfs-utils-client.xml
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Added: svn:keywords

Index: archive/pine.xml
===================================================================
--- archive/pine.xml	(revision 0)
+++ archive/pine.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -0,0 +1,281 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+  {!ENTITY pine-download-http "http://mirror.sit.wisc.edu/pub/net/mail/pine/pine&pine-version;.tar.bz2"}
+  {!ENTITY pine-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.cac.washington.edu/pine/pine&pine-version;.tar.bz2"}
+  {!ENTITY pine-md5sum        "39ca07b3d305b4cd0d6aaf4585123275"}
+  {!ENTITY pine-size          "3.0 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY pine-buildsize     "64 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY pine-time          "0.6 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="pine" xreflabel="Pine-&pine-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="pine.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}Pine-&pine-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="pine"}
+    {primary sortas="a-Pine"}Pine{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to Pine{/title}
+
+    {para}The {application}Pine{/application} package contains the
+    {application}Pine{/application} Mail User Agent and several
+    server daemons for various mail protocols, in addition to some nice
+    file and directory editing/browsing programs.{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&pine-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&pine-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &pine-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &pine-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &pine-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &pine-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Additional Downloads{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Recommended Patch: {ulink
+        url="&patch-root;/pine-&pine-version;-utf8-1.patch"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Pine Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="required"}{xref linkend="openssl"/}{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="openldap"/} and {xref linkend="mitkrb"/}{/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/pine"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of Pine{/title}
+
+    {para}Install {application}Pine{/application} by running the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}patch -Np1 -i ../pine-&pine-version;-utf8-1.patch &&
+sed -i "s@/usr/local/lib/pine@/etc/pine at g" \
+    $(grep -lr /usr/local/lib/pine *) &&
+./build DEBUG=-O MAILSPOOL=/var/mail \
+    SSLDIR=/usr SSLCERTS=/etc/ssl/certs slx{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role='root'}{userinput}install -v -m644 doc/*.1 /usr/share/man/man1 &&
+install -v -p -m644 doc/tech-notes/*.html /usr/share/doc/pine&pine-version; &&
+install -v -m755 \
+bin/{pine,imapd,ipop2d,ipop3d,mailutil,mtest,pico,pilot,rpdump,rpload} \
+    /usr/bin{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="commands"}
+    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
+
+    {para}{command}patch -Np1 -i ../pine-&pine-version;-utf8-1.patch{/command}:
+    This patch enables Pine UTF-8 and charset conversion.{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}sed -i "s@/usr/ ... /lib/pine *){/command}: This
+    {command}sed{/command} will make {application}Pine{/application} use {filename
+    class="directory"}/etc{/filename} for configuration files. It also alters
+    the documentation to reflect that.{/para}
+
+    {para}The build procedure for {application}Pine{/application} is somewhat
+    unusual, in that options usually passed as {command}./configure{/command}
+    options or housed in ${envar}CFLAGS{/envar} must all be passed on the command
+    line to the {command}./build{/command} script.{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}./build slx{/command}: {application}Pine{/application} offers
+    quite a few target platforms, slx specifies Linux using
+    {option}-lcrypt{/option} to get the crypt function.  See the
+    {filename}doc/pine-ports{/filename} file for more information and
+    other authentication options.{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}DEBUG=-O{/command}: This flag compiles an optimized
+    version of {command}pine{/command} and {command}pico{/command} that
+    produces no debug files.{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}MAILSPOOL=/var/mail{/command}: Location of mail spool
+    files, {filename class="directory"}/var/mail{/filename}.{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}SSLDIR=/usr SSLCERTS=/etc/ssl/certs{/command}: Location
+    of {application}OpenSSL{/application} files.{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="configuration"}
+    {title}Configuring Pine{/title}
+
+    {sect3 id="pine-config"}
+      {title}Config Files{/title}
+
+      {para}{filename}~/.pinerc{/filename}{/para}
+
+      {indexterm zone="pine pine-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-AA.pinerc"}~/.pinerc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+    {sect3}
+      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
+
+      {para}The {command}pine{/command} executable needs no global configuration to
+      use.  Users set {application}Pine{/application} options in
+      {filename}~/.pinerc{/filename} using an internal configuration menu.{/para}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}imapd, ipop2d, ipop3d, mtest, pico, pilot, pine, rpdump, and rpload{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}/usr/share/doc/pine&pine-version;{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="imapd-pine"}
+        {term}{command}imapd{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is the IMAP server daemon.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine imapd-pine"}
+            {primary sortas="b-pine"}pine{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="ipop2d"}
+        {term}{command}ipop2d{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is an IMAP to POP2 conversion server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine ipop2d"}
+            {primary sortas="b-ipop2d"}ipop2d{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="ipop3d"}
+        {term}{command}ipop3d{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is an IMAP to POP3 conversion server.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine ipop3d"}
+            {primary sortas="b-ipop3d"}ipop3d{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="mtest"}
+        {term}{command}metest{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a minimal IMAP mail user agent, used for debugging.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine mtest"}
+            {primary sortas="b-mtest"}mtest{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="pico-pine"}
+        {term}{command}pico{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a stand-alone editor, similar to the
+          {application}Pine{/application} internal message composer.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine pico-pine"}
+            {primary sortas="b-pico"}pico{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="pilot"}
+        {term}{command}pilot{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a file and directory navigator and browser.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine pilot"}
+            {primary sortas="b-pilot"}pilot{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="pine-prog"}
+        {term}{command}pine{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is the {application}Pine{/application} mail user agent.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine pine-prog"}
+            {primary sortas="b-pine"}pine{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="rpdump"}
+        {term}{command}rpdump{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is used to copy data from remote {application}Pine{/application}
+          configuration files or address books into a local file.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine rpdump"}
+            {primary sortas="b-rpdump"}rpdump{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="rpload"}
+        {term}{command}rpload{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is the {application}Pine{/application} remote data utility, used to
+          convert local {application}Pine{/application} configuration files or address
+          books into remote configurations or address books.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="pine rpload"}
+            {primary sortas="b-rpload"}rpload{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
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+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+    {!-- Inserted as a reminder to do this. The mention of a test suite
+         is usually right before the root user installation commands. Please
+         delete these 12 (including one blank) lines after you are done.--}
+
+    {!-- Use one of the two mentions below about a test suite,
+         delete the line that is not applicable. Of course, if the
+         test suite uses syntax other than "make check", revise the
+         line to reflect the actual syntax to run the test suite --}
+
+    {!-- {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para} --}
+    {!-- {para}To test the results, issue: {command}make check{/command}.{/para} --}
+
+  {!ENTITY portmap-download-http "http://neil.brown.name/portmap/portmap-&portmap-version;.tgz"}
+  {!ENTITY portmap-download-ftp  " "}
+  {!ENTITY portmap-md5sum        "ac108ab68bf0f34477f8317791aaf1ff"}
+  {!ENTITY portmap-size          "21 KB"}
+  {!ENTITY portmap-buildsize     "268 KB"}
+  {!ENTITY portmap-time          "0.01 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="portmap" xreflabel="portmap-&portmap-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="portmap.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}Portmap-&portmap-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="portmap"}
+    {primary sortas="a-Portmap"}Portmap{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to Portmap{/title}
+
+    {para}The {application}portmap{/application} package is a more secure
+    replacement for the original SUN {application}portmap{/application} package.
+    {application}Portmap{/application} is used to forward RPC requests to RPC
+    daemons such as NFS and NIS.{/para}
+
+    &lfs70_checked;
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&portmap-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&portmap-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &portmap-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &portmap-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &portmap-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &portmap-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Portmap Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="required"}
+      {xref linkend="libtirpc"/}
+    {/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}
+      {xref linkend="tcpwrappers"/} 
+    {/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/portmap"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of Portmap{/title}
+
+    {para}Portmap runs as a daemon with a uid of 1.  This uid is only
+    configurable at compile time and is used as default. To set up a
+    user to match this uid, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem}
+    user, issue:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}useradd -u 1 -g 1 -d /dev/null -s /bin/false bin{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}Install {application}portmap{/application} with the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}LDLIBS=-ltirpc make{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}Note that the LDLIBS environment variable must be before the
+    {command}make{/command} command.{/para}
+
+    {para}If you want the portmap daemon to use a uid/gid other than the
+    defaults, pass DAEMON_UID=x and DAEMON_GID=y as shown below:{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}LDLIBS=-ltirpc make DAEMON_UID=x DAEMON_GID=y{/command}{/para}
+
+    {para}If you want to build the portmap daemon without
+    {application}tcpwrappers{/application}, add
+    {userinput}NO_TCP_WRAPPER=true{/userinput} to the make line as shown below:{/para}
+
+    {para}{command}LDLIBS=-ltirpc make NO_TCP_WRAPPER=true{/command}{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {note}
+      {para}The above installation places executable {command}portmap{/command}
+      in {filename class="directory"}/sbin{/filename}. You may choose to move the
+      file to {filename class="directory"}/usr/sbin{/filename}. If you do,
+      remember to modify the bootscript also.{/para}
+    {/note}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="configuration"}
+    {title}Configuring Portmap{/title}
+
+    {sect3  id="portmap-init"}
+      {title}Boot Script{/title}
+
+      {para}Install the {filename}/etc/rc.d/init.d/portmap{/filename} init script
+      included in the {xref linkend="bootscripts"/} package.{/para}
+
+      {indexterm zone="portmap portmap-init"}
+        {primary sortas="f-portmap"}portmap{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+{screen role="root"}{userinput}make install-portmap{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}pmap_dump, pmap_set, and portmap{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="pmap_dump"}
+         {!-- Don't remove the extra space, it prevent a FOP warning. --}
+        {term}{command}pmap_dump{/command} {/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}saves the port mapping table to an ASCII file.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="portmap pmap_dump"}
+            {primary sortas="b-pmap_dump"}pmap_dump{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="pmap_set"}
+        {term}{command}pmap_set{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}restores the port mapping table from an ASCII file.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="portmap pmap_set"}
+            {primary sortas="b-pmap_set"}pmap_set{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="portmap-prog"}
+        {term}{command}portmap{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is an RPC port mapper.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="portmap portmap-prog"}
+            {primary sortas="b-portmap"}portmap{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
+
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Index: archive/rsync-client.xml
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+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="basicnet-netprogs-rsync"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="rsync.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}Rsync-&rsync-version; Client{/title}
+
+  {para}{command}rsync{/command} is a utility for fast incremental file
+  transfers. If you want to install it, the instructions can be found in Chapter
+  22 – {xref linkend="rsync"/}.  Note that if you only want to use the
+  client, you do {emphasis}not{/emphasis} need to run the server and so do not
+  need the startup script and links.  In accordance with good practice, only run
+  the server if you actually need it (and if you don't know whether you need it
+  or not, it's likely that you don't!).{/para}
+
+{/sect1}
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Index: archive/samba3-client.xml
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+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="samba3-client"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="samba3-client.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}Samba-&samba3-version; Client{/title}
+
+  {para}The {application}Samba{/application} client utilities are used to
+  transfer files to and from, mount SMB shares located on or use printers
+  attached to Windows and other SMB servers. If you want to install these
+  utilities, the instructions can be found in Chapter 19 –
+  {xref linkend="samba3"/}. After performing the basic installation,
+  configure the utilities using the configuration section titled
+  {quote}Scenario 1: Minimal Standalone Client-Only Installation{/quote}.{/para}
+
+  {para}Note that if you only want to use these client utilities, you do
+  {emphasis}not{/emphasis} need to run the server daemons and so do not need
+  the startup script and links. In accordance with good practice, only run the
+  server daemons if you actually need them. You'll find an explanation of the
+  services provided by the server daemons in the {xref linkend="samba3"/}
+  instructions.{/para}
+
+{/sect1}
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Index: archive/slrn.xml
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--- archive/slrn.xml	(revision 0)
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+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+  {!ENTITY slrn-download-http "&sourceforge-repo;/slrn/slrn-&slrn-version;.tar.bz2"}
+  {!ENTITY slrn-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.fh-heilbronn.de/pub/mirrors/slrn/slrn-&slrn-version;.tar.bz2"}
+  {!ENTITY slrn-md5sum        "9b613007df537444a5f8a4a2994fadb7"}
+  {!ENTITY slrn-size          "1011 KB"}
+  {!ENTITY slrn-buildsize     "9.3 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY slrn-time          "0.19 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="slrn" xreflabel="slrn-&slrn-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="slrn.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}Slrn-&slrn-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="slrn"}
+    {primary sortas="a-Slrn"}Slrn{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to Slrn{/title}
+
+    {para}{application}slrn{/application} is a slang-based news reader, capable of
+    reading local news spools as well as groups from an NNTP server. Small local news
+    spools can also be created with the use of the {command}slrnpull{/command}
+    program included in the {application}slrn{/application} distribution.{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&slrn-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&slrn-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &slrn-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &slrn-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &slrn-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &slrn-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Slrn Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="required"}{xref linkend="slang"/} and
+    an {xref linkend="server-mail"/}{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="openssl"/},
+    {ulink url="http://www.gnu.org/software/gnutls/"}GnuTLS{/ulink},
+    {ulink url="http://www.fpx.de/fp/Software/UUDeview/"}UUDeview{/ulink},
+    {ulink url="http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/inn/"}INN{/ulink} and
+    {ulink url="http://homepage.mac.com/imeowbot/iblog/C1355421991/"}libcanlock{/ulink}{/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/slrn"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of Slrn{/title}
+
+    {para}Install {application}slrn{/application} by running the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc \
+    --with-slrnpull --enable-spool &&
+make{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="commands"}
+    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--with-slrnpull --enable-spool{/parameter}: These
+    switches enable building the {command}slrnpull{/command}
+    executable.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--with-ssl{/option}: This switch adds
+    {application}OpenSSL{/application} support to
+    {application}slrn{/application}.{/para}
+
+    {para}{option}--with-uudeview{/option}: This switch adds
+    {application}UUDeview{/application} support to
+    {application}slrn{/application}.{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="configuration"}
+    {title}Configuring Slrn{/title}
+
+    {sect3 id="slrn-config"}
+      {title}Config Files{/title}
+
+      {para}{filename}/etc/slrn.rc{/filename},
+      {filename}~/.slrnrc{/filename}{/para}
+
+      {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-etc-slrn.rc"}/etc/slrn.rc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-AA.slrnrc"}~/.slrnrc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+    {sect3}
+      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
+
+      {para}The first time {command}slrn{/command} is run, the
+      {filename}~/.jnewsrc{/filename} file must be created. For this configuration
+      to work, you must have an environmental variable, {envar}NNTPSERVER{/envar},
+      set. In normal operation it would be exported into the environment by a startup file,
+      like {filename}/etc/profile{/filename} or {filename}~/.bashrc{/filename}. Here it
+      is just put it into the environment of the configuration step. For now, the LFS news
+      server is used in this example, but you should use whatever server you prefer.{/para}
+
+      {para}Create the {filename}~/.jnewsrc{/filename} file with the following
+      command:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}NNTPSERVER={replaceable}<news.&lfs-domainname;>{/replaceable} \
+    slrn -f ~/.jnewsrc --create{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+      {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-AA.jnewsrc"}~/.jnewsrc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {para}You will also have to edit one of the configuration files. There is a sample
+      startup {filename}/usr/share/doc/slrn/slrn.rc{/filename} file that comes with
+      {application}slrn{/application}. It is extensively documented but if you need more
+      information, look at {ulink url="http://slrn.sourceforge.net/docs/"}the
+      {application}slrn{/application} website{/ulink}.{/para}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}slrn and slrnpull{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}/usr/share/slrn and usr/share/doc/slrn{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="slrn-prog"}
+        {term}{command}slrn{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is the slang-based news reader.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-prog"}
+            {primary sortas="b-slrn"}slrn{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="slrnpull"}
+        {term}{command}slrnpull{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is used to pull a small news feed from an NNTP server for offline
+          reading.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="slrn slrnpull"}
+            {primary sortas="b-slrnpull"}slrnpull{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
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Index: archive/tin.xml
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--- archive/tin.xml	(revision 0)
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@@ -0,0 +1,304 @@
+{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
+{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
+   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
+  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
+  %general-entities;
+
+  {!ENTITY tin-download-http "http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/infosys/newsreaders/tin/v1.8/tin-&tin-version;.tar.bz2"}
+  {!ENTITY tin-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.tin.org/pub/news/clients/tin/v1.8/tin-&tin-version;.tar.bz2"}
+  {!ENTITY tin-md5sum        "e6ed45205020665c097556822b0d575b"}
+  {!ENTITY tin-size          "1.4 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY tin-buildsize     "12.4 MB"}
+  {!ENTITY tin-time          "0.4 SBU"}
+]}
+
+{sect1 id="tin" xreflabel="tin-&tin-version;"}
+  {?dbhtml filename="tin.html"?}
+
+  {sect1info}
+    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
+    {date}$Date${/date}
+  {/sect1info}
+
+  {title}TIN-&tin-version;{/title}
+
+  {indexterm zone="tin"}
+    {primary sortas="a-TIN"}TIN{/primary}
+  {/indexterm}
+
+  {sect2 role="package"}
+    {title}Introduction to TIN{/title}
+
+    {para}{application}TIN{/application} is a threaded NNTP and spool based
+    console-mode UseNet newsreader. It supports threading, scoring,
+    different charsets, and many other useful things. It has also support for
+    different languages.{/para}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
+    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&tin-download-http;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&tin-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download MD5 sum: &tin-md5sum;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Download size: &tin-size;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated disk space required: &tin-buildsize;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+      {listitem}
+        {para}Estimated build time: &tin-time;{/para}
+      {/listitem}
+    {/itemizedlist}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}TIN Dependencies{/bridgehead}
+
+    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
+    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="pcre"/},
+    {xref linkend="libidn"/},
+    an {xref linkend="server-mail"/} that provides the
+    {command}sendmail{/command} command or {xref linkend="mailx"/},
+    {xref linkend="gnupg"/},
+    {!-- a spell checker ({xref linkend="ispell"/} or {xref linkend="aspell"/}), --}
+    {xref linkend="aspell"/},
+    {ulink url="http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/inn/"}INN{/ulink},
+    {ulink url="http://www.fpx.de/fp/Software/UUDeview/"}UUDeview{/ulink},
+    {ulink url="http://www.inet.no/dante/"}Socks{/ulink},
+    {ulink
+    url="http://ftp4.de.freesbie.org/pub/misc/metamail/mm2.7.tar.Z"}Metamail{/ulink},
+    and
+    {ulink url="http://dmalloc.com/"}Dmalloc{/ulink}
+    or
+    {ulink url="ftp://invisible-island.net/dbmalloc/"}dbmalloc{/ulink}{/para}
+
+    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
+    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/Tin"/}{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="installation"}
+    {title}Installation of TIN{/title}
+
+    {para}Install {application}TIN{/application} by running the following
+    commands:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr --with-screen=ncursesw \
+    --enable-nntp-only --disable-printing &&
+make build{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
+
+    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install &&
+make install_sysdefs &&
+rm -vf doc/*.? &&
+install -v -m755 -d /usr/share/doc/tin-&tin-version; &&
+install -v -m644 doc/* /usr/share/doc/tin-&tin-version;{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="commands"}
+    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--with-screen=ncursesw{/parameter}: This switch forces
+    the use of wide-character functions from the ncursesw library (for UTF-8
+    and Asian languages support).{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--enable-nntp-only{/parameter}: Reading news from a local
+    spool is disabled with this switch.  Don't use this if you have installed
+    INN and want to use its spool.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--disable-printing{/parameter}: This switch disables
+    printing since {application}TIN{/application} cannot send non-ASCII text
+    to the printer correctly. Remove this switch if you can tolerate this
+    limitation.{/para}
+
+    {para}{parameter}--with-editor{/parameter}: This switch sets the default
+    editor used by {application}TIN{/application}.  The default is
+    {command}vi{/command}.{/para}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="configuration"}
+    {title}Configuring TIN{/title}
+
+    {sect3 id="tin-config"}
+      {title}Config Files{/title}
+
+      {para}{filename}/etc/tin/tinrc{/filename},
+      {filename}~/.tin/tinrc{/filename},
+      {filename}~/.newsrc{/filename},
+      {filename}/etc/tin/tin.defaults{/filename},
+      {filename}/etc/tin/mime.types{/filename},
+      {filename}/etc/tin/keymap{/filename} and
+      {filename}/etc/mailcap{/filename}{/para}
+
+      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-etc-tinrc"}/etc/tin/tinrc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-AA.tinrc"}~/.tin/tinrc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-AA.newsrc"}~/.newsrc{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-etc-tindefaults"}/etc/tin/tin.defaults{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-etc-tinkeymap"}/etc/tin/keymap{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
+        {primary sortas="e-etc-mailcap"}/etc/mailcap{/primary}
+      {/indexterm}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+    {sect3}
+      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
+
+      {para}Set some global defaults for {application}TIN{/application} by
+      running the following commands as the
+      {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
+
+{screen role='root'}{userinput}cat > /etc/tin/tinrc << "EOF"
+use_mouse=ON
+getart_limit=100
+translit=ON
+EOF{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+      {para}Now, as an unprivileged user, subscribe to some newsgroups,
+      specify the news server, and run {command}tin{/command}:{/para}
+
+{screen}{userinput}cat >> ~/.newsrc << "EOF"
+gmane.linux.lfs.devel:
+gmane.linux.lfs.beyond.devel:
+EOF
+export NNTPSERVER=news.gmane.org
+tin -Q{/userinput}{/screen}
+
+    {para}For printing, {application}TIN{/application} executes the
+    {command}lpr{/command} command. This can be provided by
+    {xref linkend="cups"/} or {xref linkend="LPRng"/}.{/para}
+
+    {para}If you do not have the {command}metamail{/command} program,
+    {application}TIN{/application} will use an internal parser for multipart
+    MIME articles.  Alternatively, you can use {application}Mutt{/application}
+    for MIME parsing through the {command}metamutt{/command} shell script.
+    This requires both the {xref linkend="mutt"/} and
+    {xref linkend="procmail"/} programs.  To use {command}metamutt{/command},
+    set {option}metamail_prog=metamutt{/option} in
+    {command}tin{/command}.{/para}
+
+    {/sect3}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+  {sect2 role="content"}
+    {title}Contents{/title}
+
+    {segmentedlist}
+      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
+      {segtitle}Installed Directory{/segtitle}
+
+      {seglistitem}
+        {seg}tin, rtin, tinews.pl, metamutt, opt-case.pl, w2r.pl,
+        and url_handler.sh{/seg}
+        {seg}None{/seg}
+        {seg}/etc/tin{/seg}
+      {/seglistitem}
+    {/segmentedlist}
+
+    {variablelist}
+      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
+      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
+      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
+
+      {varlistentry id="tin-prog"}
+        {term}{command}tin{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a UseNet news reader.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin tin-prog"}
+            {primary sortas="b-tin"}tin{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="rtin"}
+        {term}{command}rtin{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a symbolic link to {command}tin{/command}.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin rtin"}
+            {primary sortas="b-rtin"}rtin{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="tinews.pl"}
+        {term}{command}tinews.pl{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}posts and signs an article via NNTP.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin tinews.pl"}
+            {primary sortas="b-tinews.pl"}tinews.pl{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="metamutt"}
+        {term}{command}metamutt{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}is a replacement of {command}metamail{/command} using
+          {application}Mutt{/application}.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin metamutt"}
+            {primary sortas="b-metamutt"}metamutt{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="opt-case.pl"}
+        {term}{command}opt-case.pl{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}optimizes case insensitive regexp filters for tin.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin opt-case.pl"}
+            {primary sortas="b-opt-case.pl"}opt-case.pl{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="w2r.pl"}
+        {term}{command}w2r.pl{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}converts tin wildmat filters to tin regexp filters.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin w2r.pl"}
+            {primary sortas="b-w2r.pl"}w2r.pl{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+      {varlistentry id="url_handler.sh"}
+        {term}{command}url_handler.sh{/command}{/term}
+        {listitem}
+          {para}calls a web browser for viewing hyperlinks.{/para}
+          {indexterm zone="tin url_handler.sh"}
+            {primary sortas="b-url_handler.sh"}url_handler.sh{/primary}
+          {/indexterm}
+        {/listitem}
+      {/varlistentry}
+
+    {/variablelist}
+
+  {/sect2}
+
+{/sect1}
Property changes on: archive/tin.xml
___________________________________________________________________
Added: svn:keywords

Index: networking/mailnews/mailnews.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/mailnews/mailnews.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/mailnews/mailnews.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -28,13 +28,6 @@
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="fetchmail.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="mutt.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="re-alpine.xml"/}
-  {!-- Replaced by re-alpine
-  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="pine.xml"/}
-  --}
-  {!-- Commenting out slrn as tin has replaced it
-  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="slrn.xml"/}
-  --}
-  {!-- {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="tin.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="other.xml"/}
 
 {/chapter}

Index: networking/mailnews/pine.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/mailnews/pine.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/mailnews/pine.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,281 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-  {!ENTITY pine-download-http "http://mirror.sit.wisc.edu/pub/net/mail/pine/pine&pine-version;.tar.bz2"}
-  {!ENTITY pine-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.cac.washington.edu/pine/pine&pine-version;.tar.bz2"}
-  {!ENTITY pine-md5sum        "39ca07b3d305b4cd0d6aaf4585123275"}
-  {!ENTITY pine-size          "3.0 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY pine-buildsize     "64 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY pine-time          "0.6 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="pine" xreflabel="Pine-&pine-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="pine.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}Pine-&pine-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="pine"}
-    {primary sortas="a-Pine"}Pine{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to Pine{/title}
-
-    {para}The {application}Pine{/application} package contains the
-    {application}Pine{/application} Mail User Agent and several
-    server daemons for various mail protocols, in addition to some nice
-    file and directory editing/browsing programs.{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&pine-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&pine-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &pine-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &pine-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &pine-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &pine-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Additional Downloads{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Recommended Patch: {ulink
-        url="&patch-root;/pine-&pine-version;-utf8-1.patch"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Pine Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="required"}{xref linkend="openssl"/}{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="openldap"/} and {xref linkend="mitkrb"/}{/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/pine"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of Pine{/title}
-
-    {para}Install {application}Pine{/application} by running the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}patch -Np1 -i ../pine-&pine-version;-utf8-1.patch &&
-sed -i "s@/usr/local/lib/pine@/etc/pine at g" \
-    $(grep -lr /usr/local/lib/pine *) &&
-./build DEBUG=-O MAILSPOOL=/var/mail \
-    SSLDIR=/usr SSLCERTS=/etc/ssl/certs slx{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role='root'}{userinput}install -v -m644 doc/*.1 /usr/share/man/man1 &&
-install -v -p -m644 doc/tech-notes/*.html /usr/share/doc/pine&pine-version; &&
-install -v -m755 \
-bin/{pine,imapd,ipop2d,ipop3d,mailutil,mtest,pico,pilot,rpdump,rpload} \
-    /usr/bin{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="commands"}
-    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
-
-    {para}{command}patch -Np1 -i ../pine-&pine-version;-utf8-1.patch{/command}:
-    This patch enables Pine UTF-8 and charset conversion.{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}sed -i "s@/usr/ ... /lib/pine *){/command}: This
-    {command}sed{/command} will make {application}Pine{/application} use {filename
-    class="directory"}/etc{/filename} for configuration files. It also alters
-    the documentation to reflect that.{/para}
-
-    {para}The build procedure for {application}Pine{/application} is somewhat
-    unusual, in that options usually passed as {command}./configure{/command}
-    options or housed in ${envar}CFLAGS{/envar} must all be passed on the command
-    line to the {command}./build{/command} script.{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}./build slx{/command}: {application}Pine{/application} offers
-    quite a few target platforms, slx specifies Linux using
-    {option}-lcrypt{/option} to get the crypt function.  See the
-    {filename}doc/pine-ports{/filename} file for more information and
-    other authentication options.{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}DEBUG=-O{/command}: This flag compiles an optimized
-    version of {command}pine{/command} and {command}pico{/command} that
-    produces no debug files.{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}MAILSPOOL=/var/mail{/command}: Location of mail spool
-    files, {filename class="directory"}/var/mail{/filename}.{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}SSLDIR=/usr SSLCERTS=/etc/ssl/certs{/command}: Location
-    of {application}OpenSSL{/application} files.{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="configuration"}
-    {title}Configuring Pine{/title}
-
-    {sect3 id="pine-config"}
-      {title}Config Files{/title}
-
-      {para}{filename}~/.pinerc{/filename}{/para}
-
-      {indexterm zone="pine pine-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-AA.pinerc"}~/.pinerc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-    {sect3}
-      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
-
-      {para}The {command}pine{/command} executable needs no global configuration to
-      use.  Users set {application}Pine{/application} options in
-      {filename}~/.pinerc{/filename} using an internal configuration menu.{/para}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}imapd, ipop2d, ipop3d, mtest, pico, pilot, pine, rpdump, and rpload{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}/usr/share/doc/pine&pine-version;{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="imapd-pine"}
-        {term}{command}imapd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is the IMAP server daemon.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine imapd-pine"}
-            {primary sortas="b-pine"}pine{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="ipop2d"}
-        {term}{command}ipop2d{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is an IMAP to POP2 conversion server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine ipop2d"}
-            {primary sortas="b-ipop2d"}ipop2d{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="ipop3d"}
-        {term}{command}ipop3d{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is an IMAP to POP3 conversion server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine ipop3d"}
-            {primary sortas="b-ipop3d"}ipop3d{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="mtest"}
-        {term}{command}metest{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a minimal IMAP mail user agent, used for debugging.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine mtest"}
-            {primary sortas="b-mtest"}mtest{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="pico-pine"}
-        {term}{command}pico{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a stand-alone editor, similar to the
-          {application}Pine{/application} internal message composer.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine pico-pine"}
-            {primary sortas="b-pico"}pico{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="pilot"}
-        {term}{command}pilot{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a file and directory navigator and browser.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine pilot"}
-            {primary sortas="b-pilot"}pilot{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="pine-prog"}
-        {term}{command}pine{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is the {application}Pine{/application} mail user agent.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine pine-prog"}
-            {primary sortas="b-pine"}pine{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="rpdump"}
-        {term}{command}rpdump{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is used to copy data from remote {application}Pine{/application}
-          configuration files or address books into a local file.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine rpdump"}
-            {primary sortas="b-rpdump"}rpdump{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="rpload"}
-        {term}{command}rpload{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is the {application}Pine{/application} remote data utility, used to
-          convert local {application}Pine{/application} configuration files or address
-          books into remote configurations or address books.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="pine rpload"}
-            {primary sortas="b-rpload"}rpload{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/mailnews/slrn.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/mailnews/slrn.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/mailnews/slrn.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,207 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-  {!ENTITY slrn-download-http "&sourceforge-repo;/slrn/slrn-&slrn-version;.tar.bz2"}
-  {!ENTITY slrn-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.fh-heilbronn.de/pub/mirrors/slrn/slrn-&slrn-version;.tar.bz2"}
-  {!ENTITY slrn-md5sum        "9b613007df537444a5f8a4a2994fadb7"}
-  {!ENTITY slrn-size          "1011 KB"}
-  {!ENTITY slrn-buildsize     "9.3 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY slrn-time          "0.19 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="slrn" xreflabel="slrn-&slrn-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="slrn.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}Slrn-&slrn-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="slrn"}
-    {primary sortas="a-Slrn"}Slrn{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to Slrn{/title}
-
-    {para}{application}slrn{/application} is a slang-based news reader, capable of
-    reading local news spools as well as groups from an NNTP server. Small local news
-    spools can also be created with the use of the {command}slrnpull{/command}
-    program included in the {application}slrn{/application} distribution.{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&slrn-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&slrn-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &slrn-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &slrn-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &slrn-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &slrn-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Slrn Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="required"}{xref linkend="slang"/} and
-    an {xref linkend="server-mail"/}{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="openssl"/},
-    {ulink url="http://www.gnu.org/software/gnutls/"}GnuTLS{/ulink},
-    {ulink url="http://www.fpx.de/fp/Software/UUDeview/"}UUDeview{/ulink},
-    {ulink url="http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/inn/"}INN{/ulink} and
-    {ulink url="http://homepage.mac.com/imeowbot/iblog/C1355421991/"}libcanlock{/ulink}{/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/slrn"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of Slrn{/title}
-
-    {para}Install {application}slrn{/application} by running the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc \
-    --with-slrnpull --enable-spool &&
-make{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="commands"}
-    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--with-slrnpull --enable-spool{/parameter}: These
-    switches enable building the {command}slrnpull{/command}
-    executable.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--with-ssl{/option}: This switch adds
-    {application}OpenSSL{/application} support to
-    {application}slrn{/application}.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--with-uudeview{/option}: This switch adds
-    {application}UUDeview{/application} support to
-    {application}slrn{/application}.{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="configuration"}
-    {title}Configuring Slrn{/title}
-
-    {sect3 id="slrn-config"}
-      {title}Config Files{/title}
-
-      {para}{filename}/etc/slrn.rc{/filename},
-      {filename}~/.slrnrc{/filename}{/para}
-
-      {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-etc-slrn.rc"}/etc/slrn.rc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-AA.slrnrc"}~/.slrnrc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-    {sect3}
-      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
-
-      {para}The first time {command}slrn{/command} is run, the
-      {filename}~/.jnewsrc{/filename} file must be created. For this configuration
-      to work, you must have an environmental variable, {envar}NNTPSERVER{/envar},
-      set. In normal operation it would be exported into the environment by a startup file,
-      like {filename}/etc/profile{/filename} or {filename}~/.bashrc{/filename}. Here it
-      is just put it into the environment of the configuration step. For now, the LFS news
-      server is used in this example, but you should use whatever server you prefer.{/para}
-
-      {para}Create the {filename}~/.jnewsrc{/filename} file with the following
-      command:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}NNTPSERVER={replaceable}<news.&lfs-domainname;>{/replaceable} \
-    slrn -f ~/.jnewsrc --create{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-      {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-AA.jnewsrc"}~/.jnewsrc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {para}You will also have to edit one of the configuration files. There is a sample
-      startup {filename}/usr/share/doc/slrn/slrn.rc{/filename} file that comes with
-      {application}slrn{/application}. It is extensively documented but if you need more
-      information, look at {ulink url="http://slrn.sourceforge.net/docs/"}the
-      {application}slrn{/application} website{/ulink}.{/para}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}slrn and slrnpull{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}/usr/share/slrn and usr/share/doc/slrn{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="slrn-prog"}
-        {term}{command}slrn{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is the slang-based news reader.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="slrn slrn-prog"}
-            {primary sortas="b-slrn"}slrn{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="slrnpull"}
-        {term}{command}slrnpull{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is used to pull a small news feed from an NNTP server for offline
-          reading.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="slrn slrnpull"}
-            {primary sortas="b-slrnpull"}slrnpull{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/mailnews/tin.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/mailnews/tin.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/mailnews/tin.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,304 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-  {!ENTITY tin-download-http "http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/infosys/newsreaders/tin/v1.8/tin-&tin-version;.tar.bz2"}
-  {!ENTITY tin-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.tin.org/pub/news/clients/tin/v1.8/tin-&tin-version;.tar.bz2"}
-  {!ENTITY tin-md5sum        "e6ed45205020665c097556822b0d575b"}
-  {!ENTITY tin-size          "1.4 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY tin-buildsize     "12.4 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY tin-time          "0.4 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="tin" xreflabel="tin-&tin-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="tin.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}TIN-&tin-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="tin"}
-    {primary sortas="a-TIN"}TIN{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to TIN{/title}
-
-    {para}{application}TIN{/application} is a threaded NNTP and spool based
-    console-mode UseNet newsreader. It supports threading, scoring,
-    different charsets, and many other useful things. It has also support for
-    different languages.{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&tin-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&tin-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &tin-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &tin-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &tin-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &tin-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}TIN Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="pcre"/},
-    {xref linkend="libidn"/},
-    an {xref linkend="server-mail"/} that provides the
-    {command}sendmail{/command} command or {xref linkend="mailx"/},
-    {xref linkend="gnupg"/},
-    {!-- a spell checker ({xref linkend="ispell"/} or {xref linkend="aspell"/}), --}
-    {xref linkend="aspell"/},
-    {ulink url="http://www.isc.org/index.pl?/sw/inn/"}INN{/ulink},
-    {ulink url="http://www.fpx.de/fp/Software/UUDeview/"}UUDeview{/ulink},
-    {ulink url="http://www.inet.no/dante/"}Socks{/ulink},
-    {ulink
-    url="http://ftp4.de.freesbie.org/pub/misc/metamail/mm2.7.tar.Z"}Metamail{/ulink},
-    and
-    {ulink url="http://dmalloc.com/"}Dmalloc{/ulink}
-    or
-    {ulink url="ftp://invisible-island.net/dbmalloc/"}dbmalloc{/ulink}{/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/Tin"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of TIN{/title}
-
-    {para}Install {application}TIN{/application} by running the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr --with-screen=ncursesw \
-    --enable-nntp-only --disable-printing &&
-make build{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install &&
-make install_sysdefs &&
-rm -vf doc/*.? &&
-install -v -m755 -d /usr/share/doc/tin-&tin-version; &&
-install -v -m644 doc/* /usr/share/doc/tin-&tin-version;{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="commands"}
-    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--with-screen=ncursesw{/parameter}: This switch forces
-    the use of wide-character functions from the ncursesw library (for UTF-8
-    and Asian languages support).{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--enable-nntp-only{/parameter}: Reading news from a local
-    spool is disabled with this switch.  Don't use this if you have installed
-    INN and want to use its spool.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--disable-printing{/parameter}: This switch disables
-    printing since {application}TIN{/application} cannot send non-ASCII text
-    to the printer correctly. Remove this switch if you can tolerate this
-    limitation.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--with-editor{/parameter}: This switch sets the default
-    editor used by {application}TIN{/application}.  The default is
-    {command}vi{/command}.{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="configuration"}
-    {title}Configuring TIN{/title}
-
-    {sect3 id="tin-config"}
-      {title}Config Files{/title}
-
-      {para}{filename}/etc/tin/tinrc{/filename},
-      {filename}~/.tin/tinrc{/filename},
-      {filename}~/.newsrc{/filename},
-      {filename}/etc/tin/tin.defaults{/filename},
-      {filename}/etc/tin/mime.types{/filename},
-      {filename}/etc/tin/keymap{/filename} and
-      {filename}/etc/mailcap{/filename}{/para}
-
-      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-etc-tinrc"}/etc/tin/tinrc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-AA.tinrc"}~/.tin/tinrc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-AA.newsrc"}~/.newsrc{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-etc-tindefaults"}/etc/tin/tin.defaults{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-etc-tinkeymap"}/etc/tin/keymap{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-      {indexterm zone="tin tin-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-etc-mailcap"}/etc/mailcap{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-    {sect3}
-      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
-
-      {para}Set some global defaults for {application}TIN{/application} by
-      running the following commands as the
-      {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role='root'}{userinput}cat > /etc/tin/tinrc << "EOF"
-use_mouse=ON
-getart_limit=100
-translit=ON
-EOF{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-      {para}Now, as an unprivileged user, subscribe to some newsgroups,
-      specify the news server, and run {command}tin{/command}:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}cat >> ~/.newsrc << "EOF"
-gmane.linux.lfs.devel:
-gmane.linux.lfs.beyond.devel:
-EOF
-export NNTPSERVER=news.gmane.org
-tin -Q{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}For printing, {application}TIN{/application} executes the
-    {command}lpr{/command} command. This can be provided by
-    {xref linkend="cups"/} or {xref linkend="LPRng"/}.{/para}
-
-    {para}If you do not have the {command}metamail{/command} program,
-    {application}TIN{/application} will use an internal parser for multipart
-    MIME articles.  Alternatively, you can use {application}Mutt{/application}
-    for MIME parsing through the {command}metamutt{/command} shell script.
-    This requires both the {xref linkend="mutt"/} and
-    {xref linkend="procmail"/} programs.  To use {command}metamutt{/command},
-    set {option}metamail_prog=metamutt{/option} in
-    {command}tin{/command}.{/para}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directory{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}tin, rtin, tinews.pl, metamutt, opt-case.pl, w2r.pl,
-        and url_handler.sh{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}/etc/tin{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="tin-prog"}
-        {term}{command}tin{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a UseNet news reader.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin tin-prog"}
-            {primary sortas="b-tin"}tin{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="rtin"}
-        {term}{command}rtin{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a symbolic link to {command}tin{/command}.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin rtin"}
-            {primary sortas="b-rtin"}rtin{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="tinews.pl"}
-        {term}{command}tinews.pl{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}posts and signs an article via NNTP.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin tinews.pl"}
-            {primary sortas="b-tinews.pl"}tinews.pl{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="metamutt"}
-        {term}{command}metamutt{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a replacement of {command}metamail{/command} using
-          {application}Mutt{/application}.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin metamutt"}
-            {primary sortas="b-metamutt"}metamutt{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="opt-case.pl"}
-        {term}{command}opt-case.pl{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}optimizes case insensitive regexp filters for tin.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin opt-case.pl"}
-            {primary sortas="b-opt-case.pl"}opt-case.pl{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="w2r.pl"}
-        {term}{command}w2r.pl{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}converts tin wildmat filters to tin regexp filters.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin w2r.pl"}
-            {primary sortas="b-w2r.pl"}w2r.pl{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="url_handler.sh"}
-        {term}{command}url_handler.sh{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}calls a web browser for viewing hyperlinks.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="tin url_handler.sh"}
-            {primary sortas="b-url_handler.sh"}url_handler.sh{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netlibs/gnet.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netlibs/gnet.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netlibs/gnet.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,122 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-  {!ENTITY gnet-download-http "http://gnetlibrary.org/src/gnet-&gnet-version;.tar.gz"}
-  {!ENTITY gnet-download-ftp  " "}
-  {!ENTITY gnet-md5sum        "3a7a40411775688fe4c42141ab007048"}
-  {!ENTITY gnet-size          "595 KB"}
-  {!ENTITY gnet-buildsize     "7.6 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY gnet-time          "0.2 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="gnet" xreflabel="GNet-&gnet-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="gnet.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}GNet-&gnet-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="gnet"}
-    {primary sortas="a-GNet"}GNet{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to GNet{/title}
-
-    {para}The {application}GNet{/application} package contains a simple network
-    library. This is useful for supporting TCP sockets, UDP and IP multicast,
-    asynchronous DNS lookup, and more.{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing='compact'}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&gnet-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&gnet-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &gnet-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &gnet-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &gnet-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &gnet-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}GNet Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="required"}{!--{xref linkend="GLib"/} or--}{xref linkend="glib2"/}{/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/gnet"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of GNet{/title}
-
-    {para}Install {application}GNet{/application} by running the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr &&
-make{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Library{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}libgnet-2.0.{so,a}{/seg}
-        {seg}/usr/include/gnet-2.0, /usr/lib/gnet-2.0 and
-        /usr/share/doc/libgnet2.0-dev or /usr/share/gtk-doc/html/gnet{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="libgnet"}
-        {term}{filename class='libraryfile'}libgnet-2.0.{so,a}{/filename}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a simple network library written in C. It is
-          object-oriented and built upon {application}GLib{/application}. It is
-          intended to be easy to use and port.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="gnet libgnet"}
-            {primary sortas="c-libgnet-2.0"}libgnet-2.0.{so,a}{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netlibs/libproxy.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netlibs/libproxy.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netlibs/libproxy.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,180 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-  {!ENTITY libproxy-download-http "http://libproxy.googlecode.com/files/libproxy-&libproxy-version;.tar.gz"}
-  {!ENTITY libproxy-download-ftp  " "}
-  {!ENTITY libproxy-md5sum        "509e03a488a61cd62bfbaf3ab6a2a7a5"}
-  {!ENTITY libproxy-size          "89 KB"}
-  {!ENTITY libproxy-buildsize     "23 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY libproxy-time          "0.2 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="libproxy" xreflabel="libproxy-&libproxy-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="libproxy.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}libproxy-&libproxy-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="libproxy"}
-    {primary sortas="a-libproxy"}libproxy{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to libproxy{/title}
-
-    {para}The {application}libproxy{/application} package is a library that
-    provides automatic proxy configuration management. This is useful in
-    standardizing a way of dealing with proxy settings across all
-    scenarios.{/para}
-
-    &lfs71_built;
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&libproxy-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&libproxy-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &libproxy-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &libproxy-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &libproxy-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &libproxy-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}libproxy Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="required"}{xref linkend="cmake"/}{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Recommended{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="recommended"}{xref linkend="GConf"/} (Required if building {application}GNOME{/application}){/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="x-window-system"/},
-    {xref linkend="python2"/},
-      {ulink url="https://developer.mozilla.org/en/XULRunner"}xulrunner{/ulink},
-    {xref linkend="webkitgtk"/} (built with {application}gtk+-2{/application}) or
-    {ulink url="http://webkit.org/"}WebKit{/ulink}, and
-    {xref linkend="NetworkManager"/}{/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/libproxy"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of libproxy{/title}
-
-    {note}{para}Many messages are produced by {command}tar{/command} when
-    extracting this package similar to:
-    {code}[ tar: Ignoring unknown extended header keyword `SCHILY.dev' ]{/code}.
-    They can be ignored.{/para}{/note}
-
-    {para}Install {application}libproxy{/application} by running the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}sed -i 's at cx, 1, \&arg at cx, arg, vp@' \
-    libproxy/modules/pacrunner_mozjs.cpp &&
-cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr . &&
-make{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role="root"}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {!--Optional section--}
-  {sect2 role="commands"}
-    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
-
-    {para}{command}sed -i...libproxy/modules/pacrunner_mozjs.cpp{/command}:
-    This command fixes a build issue with recent xulrunner.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}-DWITH_GNOME3=ON{/option}: This option builds the GNOME
-    configuration plugin.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}-DWITH_KDE4=ON{/option}: This option builds the KDE configuration
-    plugin.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}-DWITH_WEBKIT=ON{/option}: This option builds the WebKit
-    JavaScriptCore PAC runner plugin.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}-DWITH_MOZJS=ON{/option}: This option builds the Mozilla
-    JavaScript PAC runner plugin.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}-DWITH_NM=ON{/option}: This option builds the
-    NetworkManager plugin.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}-DWITH_PYTHON=ON{/option}: This option builds the Python
-    bindings.{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {!--Required section--}
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Program{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Library{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directory{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}proxy{/seg}
-        {seg}libproxy.{so,a}, and various
-        {application}libproxy{/application} plugins{/seg}
-        {seg}/usr/lib/libproxy/&libproxy-version;/plugins{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="proxy"}
-        {term}{command}proxy{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a sample interactive program which lists an array of
-          proxies to use based on a url typed.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="libproxy proxy"}
-            {primary sortas="b-proxy"}proxy{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="libproxy-lib"}
-        {term}{filename class='libraryfile'}libproxy.so{/filename}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}contains the {application}libproxy{/application} API functions.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="libproxy libproxy-lib"}
-            {primary sortas="c-libproxy"}libproxy.so{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netlibs/netlibs.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netlibs/netlibs.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netlibs/netlibs.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -30,14 +30,9 @@
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="libnice.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="libnl.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="libpcap.xml"/}
-  {!-- {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="libproxy.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="librest.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="libsoup.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="libtirpc.xml"/}
-  {!-- Obsolete
-  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="gnet.xml"/}
-  --}
-
 {/chapter}

Index: networking/netprogs/inetutils.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/inetutils.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/inetutils.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,287 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-  {!ENTITY inetutils-download-http "http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/gnu/gnusrc/inetutils/inetutils-&inetutils-version;.tar.gz"}
-  {!ENTITY inetutils-download-ftp  "ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/inetutils/inetutils-&inetutils-version;.tar.gz"}
-  {!ENTITY inetutils-md5sum        "944f7196a2b3dba2d400e9088576000c"}
-  {!ENTITY inetutils-size          "1.9 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY inetutils-buildsize     "23 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY inetutils-time          "0.4 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="inetutils" xreflabel="Inetutils-&inetutils-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="inetutils.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}Inetutils-&inetutils-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="inetutils"}
-    {primary sortas="a-Inetutils"}Inetutils{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-   {title}Introduction to Inetutils{/title}
-
-    {para}The {application}Inetutils{/application} package contains network
-    clients and servers. If you are building on an LFS platform, this package
-    was installed during LFS and only the clients (telnet, ftp, etc.) were
-    installed. These instructions allow you to install the server programs.
-    Note that most of the {application}Inetutils{/application} servers are
-    insecure and should only be used on trusted networks.{/para}
-
-    &lfs70_checked;
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&inetutils-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&inetutils-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &inetutils-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &inetutils-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &inetutils-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &inetutils-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Inetutils Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}
-      {xref linkend="linux-pam"/},
-      {xref linkend="tcpwrappers"/},
-      {ulink url="http://www.pdc.kth.se/kth-krb/"}krb4{/ulink}, and
-      {xref linkend="mitkrb"/}
-    {/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/inetutils"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of Inetutils{/title}
-
-    {para}Install {application}Inetutils{/application} by running the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix=/usr          \
-            --libexecdir=/usr/sbin \
-            --sysconfdir=/etc      \
-            --localstatedir=/var   \
-            --disable-logger       \
-            --disable-syslogd      \
-            --disable-whois        \
-            --disable-ifconfig     \
-            --disable-hostname     \
-            --disable-clients      &&
-make{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}To test the results, issue: {command}make check{/command}.{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role="root"}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="commands"}
-    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--disable-logger{/parameter}: This switch prevents
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing a {command}logger{/command}
-    program, which is installed in the LFS book.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--disable-syslogd{/parameter}: This switch prevents
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing a system log daemon, which is
-    installed in the LFS book.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--disable-whois{/option}: This switch prevents
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing an outdated
-    {command}whois{/command} client. Add this option if you plan on installing
-    {xref linkend="whois"/}.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--disable-ifconfig{/option}: This switch prevents
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} from installing an
-    {command}ifconfig{/command} command. Use this parameter if you have
-    {application}Net-Tools{/application} installed and wish to keep its version
-    of {command}ifconfig{/command}.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--disable-hostname{/option}: This switch prevents
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} from installing a
-    {command}hostname{/command} command. Use this parameter if you have
-    the version of this program supplied by the either the
-    {application}Coreutils{/application} package or the
-    {application}Net-Tools{/application} package and wish to keep it.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--disable-clients{/parameter}: This switch prevents
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} installing any of the client programs
-    (most of which were build during LFS) and only installs the server
-    programs.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--with-wrap{/option}: This switch makes
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} compile against
-    {application}tcp-wrappers{/application}. Add this option if you want to
-    utilize {application}tcp-wrappers{/application}.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--with-pam{/option}: This switch makes
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} link against
-    {application}Linux-PAM{/application} libraries.
-    Add this option if you want to utilize PAM.{/para}
-
-    {para}{option}--disable-servers{/option}: Some of the servers included with
-    {application}Inetutils{/application} are insecure in nature and in some cases
-    better alternatives exist. You can choose this switch to enable only the
-    servers you need, avoiding the installation of unneeded servers.{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {para}A list of the installed programs not included here, along with their
-    short descriptions can be found at
-    {ulink url="&lfs-root;/chapter06/inetutils.html#contents-inetutils"/}.{/para}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}ftpd, hostname, ifconfig, inetd, rexecd, rlogind, rshd,
-        talkd, telnetd, tftpd, uucpd and whois{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="ftpd-inetutils"}
-        {term}{command}ftpd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a DARPA Internet File Transfer Protocol Server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils ftpd-inetutils"}
-            {primary sortas="b-ftpd"}ftpd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="inetd"}
-        {term}{command}inetd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is an Internet super-server. {!-- Note that the {xref linkend="xinetd"/}
-          package provides a much better server that does the same thing.--}{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils inetd"}
-            {primary sortas="b-inetd"}inetd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="rexecd-inetutils"}
-        {term}{command}rexecd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a remote execution server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils rexecd-inetutils"}
-            {primary sortas="b-rexecd"}rexecd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="rlogind-inetutils"}
-        {term}{command}rlogind{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a remote login server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils rlogind-inetutils"}
-            {primary sortas="b-rlogind"}rlogind{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="rshd-inetutils"}
-        {term}{command}rshd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a remote shell server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils rshd-inetutils"}
-            {primary sortas="b-rshd"}rshd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="talkd"}
-        {term}{command}talkd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a remote user communication server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils talkd"}
-            {primary sortas="b-talkd"}talkd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="telnetd-inetutils"}
-        {term}{command}telnetd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a DARPA TELNET protocol server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils telnetd-inetutils"}
-            {primary sortas="b-telnetd"}telnetd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="tftpd"}
-        {term}{command}tftpd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is an Internet Trivial File Transfer Protocol server.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils tftpd"}
-            {primary sortas="b-tftpd"}tftpd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="uucpd"}
-        {term}{command}uucpd{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a server for supporting UUCP
-          connections over networks.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils uucpd"}
-            {primary sortas="b-uucpd"}uucpd{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="whois-inetutils"}
-        {term}{command}whois{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is a client for the whois directory service. Note that the
-          {xref linkend="whois"/} package provides a much better client.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="inetutils whois-inetutils"}
-            {primary sortas="b-whois"}whois{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netprogs/ncpfs.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/ncpfs.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/ncpfs.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,235 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-    {!-- Inserted as a reminder to do this. The mention of a test suite
-         is usually right before the root user installation commands. Please
-         delete these 12 (including one blank) lines after you are done.--}
-
-    {!-- Use one of the two mentions below about a test suite,
-         delete the line that is not applicable. Of course, if the
-         test suite uses syntax other than "make check", revise the
-         line to reflect the actual syntax to run the test suite --}
-
-    {!-- {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para} --}
-    {!-- {para}To test the results, issue: {command}make check{/command}.{/para} --}
-
-  {!ENTITY ncpfs-download-http "http://platan.vc.cvut.cz/ftp/pub/linux/ncpfs/ncpfs-&ncpfs-version;.tar.gz"}
-  {!ENTITY ncpfs-download-ftp  "ftp://platan.vc.cvut.cz/pub/linux/ncpfs/ncpfs-&ncpfs-version;.tar.gz"}
-  {!ENTITY ncpfs-md5sum        "5fd2ec0680ba7e66df142637e17a5ac9"}
-  {!ENTITY ncpfs-size          "1.6 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY ncpfs-buildsize     "30 MB"}
-  {!ENTITY ncpfs-time          "0.52 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="ncpfs" xreflabel="NCPFS-&ncpfs-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="ncpfs.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}NCPFS-&ncpfs-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="ncpfs"}
-    {primary sortas="a-NCPFS"}NCPFS{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to NCPFS{/title}
-
-    {para}The {application}NCPFS{/application} package
-    contains client and administration tools for use with Novell
-    networks.{/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&ncpfs-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&ncpfs-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &ncpfs-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &ncpfs-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &ncpfs-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &ncpfs-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}NCPFS Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}{xref linkend="linux-pam"/} and {xref linkend="php"/}{/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/ncpfs"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of NCPFS{/title}
-
-    {para}Install {application}NCPFS{/application} by running
-    the following commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}./configure --prefix="" --includedir=/usr/include \
-    --mandir=/usr/share/man --datadir=/usr/share &&
-make &&
-make install &&
-make install-dev{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="commands"}
-    {title}Command Explanations{/title}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--prefix=""{/parameter}:
-    Installs binaries on the root partition so that they are available at
-    boot time.  This may not be ideal for all systems.  If
-    {filename class="directory"}/usr{/filename} is mounted locally,
-    {parameter}--prefix=/usr{/parameter} may be a better option.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--includedir=/usr/include{/parameter}: Tells
-    {command}configure{/command} to look in
-    {filename class="directory"}/usr/include{/filename} for header
-    files. It also tells {command}make{/command} to install
-    {application}NCPFS{/application}'s headers here.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--mandir=/usr/share/man{/parameter}: Installs the man
-    pages in the correct location.{/para}
-
-    {para}{parameter}--datadir=/usr/share{/parameter}: Correctly installs the
-    locale files to {filename class="directory"}/usr/share{/filename}.{/para}
-
-    {note}
-      {para}If you do not need to use the IPX protocol, or you use a different
-      IPX package, you can optionally pass {option}--disable-ipx{/option} and/or
-      {option}--disable-ipx-tools{/option} to the {command}configure{/command}
-      script to disable these options.{/para}
-    {/note}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="configuration"}
-    {title}Configuring NCPFS{/title}
-
-    {sect3 id="ncpfs-config"}
-      {title}Config Files{/title}
-
-      {para}{filename}~/.nwclient{/filename}{/para}
-
-      {indexterm zone="ncpfs ncpfs-config"}
-        {primary sortas="e-AA.nwclient"}~/.nwclient{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-    {sect3}
-      {title}Configuration Information{/title}
-
-      {para}A config file {filename}~/.nwclient{/filename} should be placed in the
-      home directory of each user that intends to use
-      {application}NCPFS{/application}. The permissions on this file should be set
-      to 600, for obvious security reasons.  The configuration file should contain
-      a single line per server that the user will use.  Each line should contain
-      the server name, the user name, and optionally the password.  Below is a
-      sample {filename}.nwclient{/filename} file.{/para}
-
-{screen}{literal}# Begin example ~/.nwclient config file
-
-Server1/User1 Password
-Server2/User1
-Server2/Guest1 -
-
-# End example .nwclient config file{/literal}{/screen}
-
-      {para}The syntax for the {filename}.nwclient{/filename} file is simple,
-      {literal}server_name/user_name password{/literal}.  Be extremely
-      careful when creating or editing this file as the client utilities are
-      very picky about syntax.  There should always be a space immediately
-      after the username.  If this space is substituted by a tab or multiple
-      spaces, you will not get the expected results when attempting to use
-      the {application}NCPFS{/application} tools.  If no password is supplied,
-      the client utilities will ask for a password when it is needed.  If no
-      password is needed, for instance when using a guest account, a single '-'
-      should be put in place of a password.{/para}
-
-      {para}It should be noted that {command}ncpmount{/command}
-      is not intended to mount individual volumes because each mount point
-      creates a separate client connection to the Novell server.  Mounting
-      each individual volume separately would be unwise, as mounting all
-      volumes on a server under one mount point uses only one client
-      connection.{/para}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-    {sect3  id="ncpfs-init"}
-      {title}Boot Script{/title}
-
-      {para}If you need to set up the IPX protocol at boot, you can install the
-      {filename}/etc/sysconfig/network-devices/services/ipx{/filename}
-      network service script included with the
-      {xref linkend="bootscripts"/} package.{/para}
-
-      {indexterm zone="ncpfs ncpfs-init"}
-        {primary sortas="f-ncpfs"}ncpfs (IPX service script){/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-{screen}{userinput}make install-service-ipx{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-      {para}Next install the
-      {filename}/etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0/ipx{/filename}
-      configuration file with the following commands:{/para}
-
-{screen role="root"}{userinput}install -v -d /etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0 &&
-cat > /etc/sysconfig/network-devices/ifconfig.eth0/ipx << "EOF"
-{literal}ONBOOT="yes"
-SERVICE="ipx"
-FRAME="{replaceable}<802.2>{/replaceable}"{/literal}
-EOF{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Client Utilities{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Server Admin Utilities{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}IPX Interface Utilities{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Other Utilities{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}ncpmount, ncpumountt, nprintt, nsendt, nwpasswdt,
-        nwsfindt, pqlistt, pqrmt, pqstatt, and slist{/seg}
-        {seg}ncopyt, nwbocreatet, nwbolst, nwbopropst, nwbormt,
-        nwbpaddt, nwbpcreatet, nwbprmt, nwbpsett, nwbpvaluest,
-        nwdirt, nwdpvaluest, nwfsctrlt, nwfsinfot, nwfstimet, nwgrantt,
-        nwpurget, nwrevoket, nwrightst, nwtrusteet, nwtrustee2t,
-        nwuserlistt,  and nwvolinfo{/seg}
-        {seg}ipx_cmdt, ipx_configuret, ipx_interfacet, ipx_internal_nett,
-        and ipx_route{/seg}
-        {seg}ncpmap and nwauth{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netprogs/netprogs.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/netprogs.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/netprogs.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -22,20 +22,14 @@
 
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="bridgeutils.xml"/} 
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="cifsutils.xml"/}
-  {!-- {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="inetutils.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="ncftp.xml"/}
-{!--  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="ncpfs.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="net-tools.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="nfs-utils.xml"/} 
-{!--  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="nfs-utils-client.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="netfs.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="ntp.xml"/}
-{!--  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="portmap.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="rpcbind.xml"/}
-{!-- {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="rsync-client.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="rsync.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="samba3.xml"/} 
-{!--  {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="samba3-client.xml"/} --}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="wget.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="wireless-tools.xml"/}
   {xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="wpa_supplicant.xml"/}

Index: networking/netprogs/nfs-utils-client.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/nfs-utils-client.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/nfs-utils-client.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,27 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="basicnet-netprogs-nfsutils"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="nfsutils.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}NFS Utilities-&nfs-utils-version; Client{/title}
-
-  {para}The NFS Utilities package provides NFS server functionality as well
-  as client software such as {command}mount.nfs{/command} or {command}umount.nfs{/command}.
-  If you want to install it, the instructions can be
-  found in Chapter 19 – {xref linkend="nfs-utils"/}.  Note that if you only
-  want to use the client, you do {emphasis}not{/emphasis} need to run the server
-  and so do not need the startup script and links.  In accordance with good
-  practice, only run the server if you actually need it (and if you don't know
-  whether you need it or not, it's likely that you don't!).{/para}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netprogs/portmap.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/portmap.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/portmap.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,207 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-
-    {!-- Inserted as a reminder to do this. The mention of a test suite
-         is usually right before the root user installation commands. Please
-         delete these 12 (including one blank) lines after you are done.--}
-
-    {!-- Use one of the two mentions below about a test suite,
-         delete the line that is not applicable. Of course, if the
-         test suite uses syntax other than "make check", revise the
-         line to reflect the actual syntax to run the test suite --}
-
-    {!-- {para}This package does not come with a test suite.{/para} --}
-    {!-- {para}To test the results, issue: {command}make check{/command}.{/para} --}
-
-  {!ENTITY portmap-download-http "http://neil.brown.name/portmap/portmap-&portmap-version;.tgz"}
-  {!ENTITY portmap-download-ftp  " "}
-  {!ENTITY portmap-md5sum        "ac108ab68bf0f34477f8317791aaf1ff"}
-  {!ENTITY portmap-size          "21 KB"}
-  {!ENTITY portmap-buildsize     "268 KB"}
-  {!ENTITY portmap-time          "0.01 SBU"}
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="portmap" xreflabel="portmap-&portmap-version;"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="portmap.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}Portmap-&portmap-version;{/title}
-
-  {indexterm zone="portmap"}
-    {primary sortas="a-Portmap"}Portmap{/primary}
-  {/indexterm}
-
-  {sect2 role="package"}
-    {title}Introduction to Portmap{/title}
-
-    {para}The {application}portmap{/application} package is a more secure
-    replacement for the original SUN {application}portmap{/application} package.
-    {application}Portmap{/application} is used to forward RPC requests to RPC
-    daemons such as NFS and NIS.{/para}
-
-    &lfs70_checked;
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Package Information{/bridgehead}
-    {itemizedlist spacing="compact"}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (HTTP): {ulink url="&portmap-download-http;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download (FTP): {ulink url="&portmap-download-ftp;"/}{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download MD5 sum: &portmap-md5sum;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Download size: &portmap-size;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated disk space required: &portmap-buildsize;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-      {listitem}
-        {para}Estimated build time: &portmap-time;{/para}
-      {/listitem}
-    {/itemizedlist}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Portmap Dependencies{/bridgehead}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Required{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="required"}
-      {xref linkend="libtirpc"/}
-    {/para}
-
-    {bridgehead renderas="sect4"}Optional{/bridgehead}
-    {para role="optional"}
-      {xref linkend="tcpwrappers"/} 
-    {/para}
-
-    {para condition="html" role="usernotes"}User Notes:
-    {ulink url="&blfs-wiki;/portmap"/}{/para}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="installation"}
-    {title}Installation of Portmap{/title}
-
-    {para}Portmap runs as a daemon with a uid of 1.  This uid is only
-    configurable at compile time and is used as default. To set up a
-    user to match this uid, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem}
-    user, issue:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}useradd -u 1 -g 1 -d /dev/null -s /bin/false bin{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}Install {application}portmap{/application} with the following
-    commands:{/para}
-
-{screen}{userinput}LDLIBS=-ltirpc make{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {para}Note that the LDLIBS environment variable must be before the
-    {command}make{/command} command.{/para}
-
-    {para}If you want the portmap daemon to use a uid/gid other than the
-    defaults, pass DAEMON_UID=x and DAEMON_GID=y as shown below:{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}LDLIBS=-ltirpc make DAEMON_UID=x DAEMON_GID=y{/command}{/para}
-
-    {para}If you want to build the portmap daemon without
-    {application}tcpwrappers{/application}, add
-    {userinput}NO_TCP_WRAPPER=true{/userinput} to the make line as shown below:{/para}
-
-    {para}{command}LDLIBS=-ltirpc make NO_TCP_WRAPPER=true{/command}{/para}
-
-    {para}Now, as the {systemitem class="username"}root{/systemitem} user:{/para}
-
-{screen role='root'}{userinput}make install{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {note}
-      {para}The above installation places executable {command}portmap{/command}
-      in {filename class="directory"}/sbin{/filename}. You may choose to move the
-      file to {filename class="directory"}/usr/sbin{/filename}. If you do,
-      remember to modify the bootscript also.{/para}
-    {/note}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="configuration"}
-    {title}Configuring Portmap{/title}
-
-    {sect3  id="portmap-init"}
-      {title}Boot Script{/title}
-
-      {para}Install the {filename}/etc/rc.d/init.d/portmap{/filename} init script
-      included in the {xref linkend="bootscripts"/} package.{/para}
-
-      {indexterm zone="portmap portmap-init"}
-        {primary sortas="f-portmap"}portmap{/primary}
-      {/indexterm}
-
-{screen role="root"}{userinput}make install-portmap{/userinput}{/screen}
-
-    {/sect3}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-  {sect2 role="content"}
-    {title}Contents{/title}
-
-    {segmentedlist}
-      {segtitle}Installed Programs{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Libraries{/segtitle}
-      {segtitle}Installed Directories{/segtitle}
-
-      {seglistitem}
-        {seg}pmap_dump, pmap_set, and portmap{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-        {seg}None{/seg}
-      {/seglistitem}
-    {/segmentedlist}
-
-    {variablelist}
-      {bridgehead renderas="sect3"}Short Descriptions{/bridgehead}
-      {?dbfo list-presentation="list"?}
-      {?dbhtml list-presentation="table"?}
-
-      {varlistentry id="pmap_dump"}
-         {!-- Don't remove the extra space, it prevent a FOP warning. --}
-        {term}{command}pmap_dump{/command} {/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}saves the port mapping table to an ASCII file.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="portmap pmap_dump"}
-            {primary sortas="b-pmap_dump"}pmap_dump{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="pmap_set"}
-        {term}{command}pmap_set{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}restores the port mapping table from an ASCII file.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="portmap pmap_set"}
-            {primary sortas="b-pmap_set"}pmap_set{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-      {varlistentry id="portmap-prog"}
-        {term}{command}portmap{/command}{/term}
-        {listitem}
-          {para}is an RPC port mapper.{/para}
-          {indexterm zone="portmap portmap-prog"}
-            {primary sortas="b-portmap"}portmap{/primary}
-          {/indexterm}
-        {/listitem}
-      {/varlistentry}
-
-    {/variablelist}
-
-  {/sect2}
-
-{/sect1}
-

Index: networking/netprogs/rsync-client.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/rsync-client.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/rsync-client.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,26 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="basicnet-netprogs-rsync"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="rsync.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}Rsync-&rsync-version; Client{/title}
-
-  {para}{command}rsync{/command} is a utility for fast incremental file
-  transfers. If you want to install it, the instructions can be found in Chapter
-  22 – {xref linkend="rsync"/}.  Note that if you only want to use the
-  client, you do {emphasis}not{/emphasis} need to run the server and so do not
-  need the startup script and links.  In accordance with good practice, only run
-  the server if you actually need it (and if you don't know whether you need it
-  or not, it's likely that you don't!).{/para}
-
-{/sect1}

Index: networking/netprogs/samba3-client.xml
===================================================================
--- networking/netprogs/samba3-client.xml	(revision 10189)
+++ networking/netprogs/samba3-client.xml	(revision 10190)
@@ -1,33 +0,0 @@
-{?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?}
-{!DOCTYPE sect1 PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN"
-   "http://www.oasis-open.org/docbook/xml/4.5/docbookx.dtd" [
-  {!ENTITY % general-entities SYSTEM "../../general.ent"}
-  %general-entities;
-]}
-
-{sect1 id="samba3-client"}
-  {?dbhtml filename="samba3-client.html"?}
-
-  {sect1info}
-    {othername}$LastChangedBy${/othername}
-    {date}$Date${/date}
-  {/sect1info}
-
-  {title}Samba-&samba3-version; Client{/title}
-
-  {para}The {application}Samba{/application} client utilities are used to
-  transfer files to and from, mount SMB shares located on or use printers
-  attached to Windows and other SMB servers. If you want to install these
-  utilities, the instructions can be found in Chapter 19 –
-  {xref linkend="samba3"/}. After performing the basic installation,
-  configure the utilities using the configuration section titled
-  {quote}Scenario 1: Minimal Standalone Client-Only Installation{/quote}.{/para}
-
-  {para}Note that if you only want to use these client utilities, you do
-  {emphasis}not{/emphasis} need to run the server daemons and so do not need
-  the startup script and links. In accordance with good practice, only run the
-  server daemons if you actually need them. You'll find an explanation of the
-  services provided by the server daemons in the {xref linkend="samba3"/}
-  instructions.{/para}
-
-{/sect1}




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