[l2h] Re: l2h on linux

Manoj Srivastava Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@acm.org>
02 Sep 1999 10:34:06 -0500

>>"Marek" == Marek Rouchal <marek@gmx.net> writes:

 Marek> On Sun, 29 Aug 1999, taupin wrote:
 >> 1. As I have installer Linux on a part of my new PC, I ask: does
 >> latex2html work easily on linux? (I seem to have perl and GhostScript)

 Marek> It probably works *best* on Linux :-)
 Marek> Seriously: Recent Linux distributions have everything in place you need
 Marek> for LaTeX2HTML. There should be no installation problems.

        The Debian GNU/Linux distribution comes with a prepackaged
 LaTeX2HTML package. It is integrated into the distributions web
 server policy, so you can see the navigation icons whether you do
 lynx ~/public_html/something.html, as well as using a local web server
 lynx  http://fqdn.localhost/~me/something.html 

        The katest version on Debian is 99.1.

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