Index of /linux/seminar/Papers95/sgml/doc

      Name                    Last modified       Size  Description

[DIR] Parent Directory 05-Dec-1996 17:20 - [   ] example.sgml 12-Oct-1995 21:46 4k [   ] guide.dvi 18-Oct-1995 04:04 41k [   ] guide.info 18-Oct-1995 03:47 30k [CMP] guide.ps.gz 18-Oct-1995 03:55 37k [   ] guide.sgml 18-Oct-1995 03:45 29k [TXT] guide.txt 18-Oct-1995 03:47 31k [DIR] html/ 05-Dec-1996 17:20 - [CMP] linux-journal-articl..> 12-Oct-1995 10:11 21k

This directory contains documentation for the system: 
o guide.sgml is the SGML source for the Linuxdoc-SGML User's Guide
o guide.txt is formatted plain ASCII
o guide.dvi is dvi
o guide.ps.gz is gzipped PostScript
o guide.info is in texinfo format
o html/ contains the HTML version

You should read one of the formatted versions first - it explains how to 
install the software and how to write and format documents using the system.

Also, there's example.sgml, which is a simple SGML example. You should
format this example (instructions for doing so in the User's Guide) and 
print it out, along with the source, and use it as a model for writing
your own SGML docs. You can also grab the SGML sources for the Linux HOWTOs 
from sunsite.unc.edu:/pub/Linux/docs/HOWTO/other-formats/sgml. These 
documents together will give you a good start on using the system.

As an added bonus, there is also linux-journal-article.ps.gz from the
October 1995 issue of the Linux Journal.  It covers linuxdoc-sgml version
1.2, but it still may be useful to you.