Docbook XML conversion: projdoc
authorAlexander Bokovoy <>
Wed, 30 Apr 2003 21:26:24 +0000 (21:26 +0000)
committerAlexander Bokovoy <>
Wed, 30 Apr 2003 21:26:24 +0000 (21:26 +0000)
(This used to be commit f7c9df751459da2d4a996d5f0135334fb3f87f69)

37 files changed:
docs/docbook/projdoc/ADS-HOWTO.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/ADS-HOWTO.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/AdvancedNetworkAdmin.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/AdvancedNetworkAdmin.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Bugs.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Bugs.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/CUPS-printing.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/CUPS-printing.sgml with 99% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Compiling.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Compiling.sgml with 95% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/DOMAIN_MEMBER.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/DOMAIN_MEMBER.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Diagnosis.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Diagnosis.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/GROUP-MAPPING-HOWTO.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/GROUP-MAPPING-HOWTO.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Integrating-with-Windows.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Integrating-with-Windows.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/InterdomainTrusts.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/InterdomainTrusts.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/IntroSMB.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/IntroSMB.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/NT4Migration.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/NT4Migration.sgml with 96% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/NT_Security.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/NT_Security.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/NetworkBrowsing.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/NetworkBrowsing.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Other-Clients.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Other-Clients.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/PAM-Authentication-And-Samba.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/PAM-Authentication-And-Samba.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/PolicyMgmt.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/PolicyMgmt.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Portability.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Portability.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Problems.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Problems.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/ProfileMgmt.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/ProfileMgmt.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/SWAT.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/SWAT.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Samba-BDC-HOWTO.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Samba-BDC-HOWTO.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Samba-PDC-HOWTO.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Samba-PDC-HOWTO.sgml with 98% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/ServerType.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/ServerType.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/Speed.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/Speed.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/UNIX_INSTALL.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/UNIX_INSTALL.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/VFS.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/VFS.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/locking.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/locking.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/msdfs_setup.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/msdfs_setup.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/passdb.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/passdb.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/printer_driver2.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/printer_driver2.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/samba-doc.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/samba-doc.sgml with 91% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/securing-samba.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/securing-samba.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/security_level.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/security_level.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/unicode.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/unicode.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/upgrading-to-3.0.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/upgrading-to-3.0.sgml with 100% similarity]
docs/docbook/projdoc/winbind.xml [moved from docs/docbook/projdoc/winbind.sgml with 97% similarity]

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rename from docs/docbook/projdoc/CUPS-printing.sgml
rename to docs/docbook/projdoc/CUPS-printing.xml
index 57faebdcd664918a34a0c78c8c35436474239162..7e302000e6009cf944069b796fceafae01a8c73a 100644 (file)
@@ -1177,7 +1177,6 @@ Summary - You need:
        <member>A "foomatic+<replaceable>something</replaceable>" PPD is not enough to print with CUPS (but it is *one* important component)</member>
        <member>The "cupsomatic" filter script (Perl) in <filename>/usr/lib/cups/filters/</filename></member>
        <member>Perl to make cupsomatic run</member>
@@ -1427,15 +1426,15 @@ download is "cups-samba-1.1.16.tar.gz". Upon untar-/unzip-ping it will reveal
 the files:
-       <para>
-       <computeroutput>
-          cups-samba.install
-          cups-samba.license
-          cups-samba.readme
-          cups-samba.remove
-       </computeroutput>
-       </para>
+   cups-samba.install
+   cups-samba.license
+   cups-samba.readme
+   cups-samba.remove
 These have been packaged with the ESP meta packager software "EPM". The
@@ -1444,13 +1443,13 @@ These have been packaged with the ESP meta packager software "EPM". The
 into <filename>/usr/share/cups/drivers/</filename>. Its contents are 3 files:
-       <para>
-       <computeroutput>
-          cupsdrvr.dll
-          cupsui.dll
-          cups.hlp
-       </computeroutput>
-       </para>
+   cupsdrvr.dll
+   cupsui.dll
+   cups.hlp
 Due to a bug one CUPS release puts the <filename>cups.hlp</filename>
@@ -1460,8 +1459,8 @@ the file after running the "./cups-samba.install" script manually to the right p
-       <userinput> cp /usr/share/drivers/cups.hlp /usr/share/cups/drivers/
-       </userinput>
+<userinput> cp /usr/share/drivers/cups.hlp /usr/share/cups/drivers/
@@ -1535,16 +1534,16 @@ as compared to the Adobe drivers?
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        no hassle with the Adobe EULA
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        no hassle with the question "where do I get the ADOBE*.* driver files from?"
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        the Adobe drivers (depending on the printer PPD associated with them)
        often put a PJL header in front of the core PostScript part of the print
        file (thus the file starts with "<replaceable>1B</replaceable>%-12345X"
@@ -1557,47 +1556,47 @@ as compared to the Adobe drivers?
        leads to the page accounting in "/var/log/cups/page_log" not receiving
        the exact mumber of pages; instead the dummy page number of "1" is
        logged in a standard setup)
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        the Adobe driver has more options to "mis-configure" the PostScript
        generated by it (like setting it inadvertedly to "Optimize for Speed",
        instead of "Optimize for Portability", which could lead to CUPS being
        unable to process it)
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        the CUPS PostScript driver output sent by Windows clients to the CUPS
        server will be guaranteed to be auto-typed as generic MIME type
        "application/postscript", thusly passing thru the CUPS "pstops" filter
        and logging the correct number of pages in the page_log for accounting
        and quota purposes
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        the CUPS PostScript driver supports the sending of additional print
        options by the Win NT/2k/XP clients, such as naming the CUPS standard
        banner pages (or the custom ones, should they be installed at the time
        of driver download), using the CUPS "page-label" option, setting a
        job-priority and setting the scheduled time of printing (with the option
        to support additional useful IPP job attributes in the future).
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        the CUPS PostScript driver supports the inclusion of the new
        "*cupsJobTicket" comments at the beginnig of the PostScript file (which
        could be used in the future for all sort of beneficial extensions on
        the CUPS side, but which will not disturb any other application as those
        will regard it as a comment and simply ignore it).
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
-       <listitem><para>
+       <member><para>
        the CUPS PostScript driver will be the heart of the fully fledged CUPS
        IPP client for Windows NT/2k/XP to be released soon (probably alongside
        the first Beta release for CUPS 1.2).
-       </para></listitem>
+       </para></member>
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rename from docs/docbook/projdoc/Compiling.sgml
rename to docs/docbook/projdoc/Compiling.xml
index 664975779ca7ed6ef230d491d8201bf6c3ffe7b4..9638663dde700f4bb42dbce3e3d52a283693363f 100644 (file)
@@ -276,11 +276,16 @@ you would not want to see would be:
        <title>Compiling samba with Active Directory support</title>
        <para>In order to compile samba with ADS support, you need to have installed
-       on your system: 
-       <simplelist>
-       <member>the MIT kerberos development libraries (either install from the sources or use a package). The heimdal libraries will not work.</member>
-       <member>the OpenLDAP development libraries.</member>
+       on your system:</para>
+       <itemizedlist>
+           <listitem><para>the MIT kerberos development libraries
+           (either install from the sources or use a package). The
+           heimdal libraries will not work.</para></listitem>
+           <listitem><para>the OpenLDAP development libraries.</para></listitem>
+       </itemizedlist>
        <para>If your kerberos libraries are in a non-standard location then
          remember to add the configure option --with-krb5=DIR.</para>
@@ -290,7 +295,7 @@ you would not want to see would be:
 #define HAVE_KRB5 1
 #define HAVE_LDAP 1
-                 </programlisting></para>
          <para>If it doesn't then configure did not find your krb5 libraries or
            your ldap libraries. Look in config.log to figure out why and fix
@@ -301,10 +306,10 @@ you would not want to see would be:
        <para>On Debian you need to install the following packages:</para>
-       <simplelist>
-       <member>libkrb5-dev</member>
-       <member>krb5-user</member>
-       </simplelist>
+       <itemizedlist>
+       <listitem>libkrb5-dev</listitem>
+       <listitem>krb5-user</listitem>
+       </itemizedlist>
@@ -313,11 +318,11 @@ you would not want to see would be:
        <para>On RedHat this means you should have at least: </para>
-       <simplelist>
-       <member>krb5-workstation (for kinit)</member>
-       <member>krb5-libs (for linking with)</member>
-       <member>krb5-devel (because you are compiling from source)</member>
-       </simplelist>
+       <itemizedlist>
+       <listitem>krb5-workstation (for kinit)</listitem>
+       <listitem>krb5-libs (for linking with)</listitem>
+       <listitem>krb5-devel (because you are compiling from source)</listitem>
+       </itemizedlist>
        <para>in addition to the standard development environment.</para>
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rename from docs/docbook/projdoc/NT4Migration.sgml
rename to docs/docbook/projdoc/NT4Migration.xml
index 7b1d2f20b35c4284e5d376912d021fe4af237fb3..585cfe6a4764ad78113e4cb1f6b52f490d5c2200 100644 (file)
@@ -340,14 +340,14 @@ based solution fit into three basic categories.
 <table frame="all"><title>The 3 Major Site Types</title>
-<tgroup cols="2" align="center">
+<tgroup cols="2">
-       <row><entry align="center">Number of Users</entry><entry>Description</entry></row>
+       <row><entry>Number of Users</entry><entry>Description</entry></row>
-       <row><entry align="center">&lt; 50</entry><entry><para>Want simple conversion with NO pain</para></entry></row>
-       <row><entry align="center">50 - 250</entry><entry><para>Want new features, can manage some in-house complexity</para></entry></row>
-       <row><entry align="center">&gt; 250</entry><entry><para>Solution/Implementation MUST scale well, complex needs. Cross departmental decision process. Local expertise in most areas</para></entry></row>
+       <row><entry>&lt; 50</entry><entry><para>Want simple conversion with NO pain</para></entry></row>
+       <row><entry>50 - 250</entry><entry><para>Want new features, can manage some in-house complexity</para></entry></row>
+       <row><entry>&gt; 250</entry><entry><para>Solution/Implementation MUST scale well, complex needs. Cross departmental decision process. Local expertise in most areas</para></entry></row>
@@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ No matter what choice you make, the following rules will minimise down-stream pr
 <table frame="top"><title>Nature of the Conversion Choices</title>
-<tgroup cols="3" align="center">
+<tgroup cols="3">
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rename from docs/docbook/projdoc/Samba-PDC-HOWTO.sgml
rename to docs/docbook/projdoc/Samba-PDC-HOWTO.xml
index 0bb3ccbfb7e69a84122d83c451235dee17cfcc49..6a3bcacf1755df72b03b31319c3c3ee3ad6ccf53 100644 (file)
@@ -368,10 +368,7 @@ There are two ways to create machine trust accounts:
        account is automatically created by Samba at the time the client
        is joined to the domain. (For security, this is the
        recommended method.) The corresponding Unix account may be
-       created automatically or manually. This option requires that the
-       administrator configures in smb.conf [globals] the <emphasis>add machine script</emphasis>
-       parameter entry.
-       </para>
+       created automatically or manually. </para>
@@ -469,20 +466,20 @@ is joined to the domain. </para>
 <para>Since each Samba machine trust account requires a corresponding
 Unix account, a method for automatically creating the
 Unix account is usually supplied; this requires configuration of the
-<ulink url="smb.conf.5.html#ADDMACHINESCRIPT">add machine script</ulink> 
+<ulink url="smb.conf.5.html#ADDUSERSCRIPT">add user script</ulink> 
 option in <filename>smb.conf</filename>.  This
 method is not required, however; corresponding Unix accounts may also
 be created manually.
-<para>Below is an example for a Red Hat Linux system.
+<para>Below is an example for a RedHat 6.2 Linux system.
    # &lt;...remainder of parameters...&gt;
-   add machine script = /usr/sbin/useradd -d /dev/null -g 100 -s /bin/false -M %u 
+   add user script = /usr/sbin/useradd -d /dev/null -g 100 -s /bin/false -M %u 
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rename from docs/docbook/projdoc/samba-doc.sgml
rename to docs/docbook/projdoc/samba-doc.xml
index a729caf99fff81699ceadf6931c06fc16de90f72..e06ce2901e1bcd88e1b1ddafafd104ac029aa059 100644 (file)
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
-<!DOCTYPE book PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook V4.1//EN" [
+<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
+<!DOCTYPE book SYSTEM "" [
 <!ENTITY % globalentities SYSTEM '../global.ent'> %globalentities;
@@ -24,9 +25,9 @@ documentation represents a major revision or layout as well as contents.
 The most recent version of this document can be found at
 <ulink url=""></ulink>
 on the "Documentation" page.  Please send updates to
-<ulink url=""></ulink>,
-<ulink url=""></ulink> or
-<ulink url=""></ulink>.
+<ulink url="">Jelmer Venrooij</ulink>,
+<ulink url="">John Terpstra</ulink> or
+<ulink url="">Gerald (Jerry) Carter</ulink>.
@@ -50,6 +51,8 @@ url=""></u
+<!-- Contents -->
 <!-- Chapters -->
 <part id="introduction">
@@ -126,4 +129,5 @@ Samba has several features that you might want or might not want to use. The cha
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rename from docs/docbook/projdoc/winbind.sgml
rename to docs/docbook/projdoc/winbind.xml
index 962e81b863832b155fb6623d99097dbdf71440d3..d46c32c2e405670f695f0ab1a8e2e49e5c497161 100644 (file)
@@ -543,16 +543,21 @@ should be named WINBIND.  A stanza like the following:
         program = /usr/lib/security/WINBIND
         options = authonly
-<para>can then be added to <filename>/usr/lib/security/methods.cfg</filename>. 
-This module only supports identification, but there have been success reports
-using the standard winbind pam module for authentication.  Use caution
-configuring loadable authentication modules as it is possible to make
-it impossible to logon to the system.  More information about the AIX
-authentication module API can be found at
-<link url=""/> and more information on administering the 
-modules at <link url=""/>.
+<para>can then be added to
+<filename>/usr/lib/security/methods.cfg</filename>.  This module only
+supports identification, but there have been success reports using the
+standard winbind pam module for authentication.  Use caution configuring
+loadable authentication modules as it is possible to make it impossible
+to logon to the system.  More information about the AIX authentication
+module API can be found at &quot;Kernel Extensions and Device Support
+Programming Concepts for AIX&quot;: <link
+Chapter 18. Loadable Authentication Module Programming Interface</link> 
+and more information on administering the  modules at <link
+&quot;System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices&quot;</link>.
@@ -563,7 +568,8 @@ modules at <link url="
 Several parameters are needed in the smb.conf file to control 
 the behavior of <command>winbindd</command>. Configure 
 <filename>smb.conf</filename> These are described in more detail in 
-the <ulink url="winbindd.8.html">winbindd(8)</ulink> man page.  My 
+the <citerefentry><refentrytitle>winbindd</refentrytitle>
+<manvolnum>8</manvolnum></citerefentry> man page.  My 
 <filename>smb.conf</filename> file was modified to
 include the following entries in the [global] section: