LFS-BOOK PDF generation

Bruce Dubbs bruce.dubbs at gmail.com
Tue May 26 20:47:41 PDT 2009


Gerard Beekmans wrote:
>> I looked for the overflow, but couldn't find it.  I would have thought it might 
>> have been one of the boot or udev scripts, but I didn't spot the problem.  You 
>> might look at the lfs-pdf.fo and see if you can get to block 1824.  I think that 
>> 1pt == 1000mpt == 1/72 inch so we are looking at 43.2 pts or about a half inch.
>>   
> 
> The blocks don't seem to be numbered nor one block per line. Anybody 
> feel like counting? It seems to me this issue is too long of a line in a 
> literal output type section. I'm not going to worry about it too much 
> right now. Maybe there ends up being an easy to way to track down the 
> exact location in an easy way. I'm sure there's a way. I just don't know 
> it yet. :)

I think I found it.  In the very last page of the index:

#  /usr/include/{asm{,-generic},drm,linux,mtd, rdma,sound,video}/*.h: 
Linux-2.6.29.4 API Headers

The first column overflows by quite a bit.  It is specified in 
chapter06/linux-headers.xml, line 87.

I tried running make pdf on quantum, but got:

/bin/sh: fop: command not found

   -- Bruce






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