Jade on Debian problem

Subject: Jade on Debian problem
From: hoenicka_markus <hoenicka_markus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 01:43:07 -0400

while I'm happily using my homegrown OpenJade/JadeTeX etc. setup on WinNT,
I see some problems with the prepackaged stuff from Debian. As Jade is not
even mentioned in this year's archive of the debian-user list, I hope to
find an answer in this list.

My system is Debian 2.2 freshly installed from CD on two different boxes. I
tested both the latest stable and the latest unstable (from the web)
releases of Jade, DocBook, DocBook stylesheets, and sgml-data.

Regardless of the backend, a DocBook document (3.1 or 4.1, doesn't matter)
translated with Jade  using  the DocBook stylesheets will result in:

jade:E: cannot find "unicode.sd"; tried "/usr/lib/sp/unicode/unicode.sd",
"/usr/local/share/sgml/unicode.sd", "/usr/local/lib/sgml/unicode.sd",
jade:(invalid location):E: invalid default SGML declaration

The transformed documents turn out ok though.

unicode.sd is in fact missing from the system. Do I need any packages which
are not included in the Jade dependencies? Or is there some handywork


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