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The current release of the following Linux Distributions already have all the packages you need to author and publish DocBook XML documents using XSL. Current releases of other Linux distributions may also provide off-the-shelf DocBook support.
- Red Hat Linux
- Mandriva Linux On KDE and Conectiva systems, you should be able to get a working DocBook authoring and publishing environment set up just by installing the task-docbook-xml metapackage; Conectiva also provides a task-docbook-sgml metapackage.
If your current system doesn't contain any of the packages, at a minimum, you probably need to install:
For authoring XML documents and processing them using XSLT, you'll want to get:
For authoring SGML documents and processing them using DSSSL, you'll want to get:
You may also want to get one more of the following packages, which provide more convenient, easier-to-use front ends for using Openjade and Jadetex:
The '''xmlto''' package provides a front-end for using XSLT processors: