new question for geoff, was quick unrtf question?

Christopher Chaltain chaltain at
Tue Dec 10 17:35:24 UTC 2013

It doesn't look like the original command is included below, but 
normally when you see an option included in pointy brackets (<>) that 
means that's a place holder for some user provided data, like a file 
name. You'd replace that with the file name or user data in question 
without the pointy brackets.

For example, if you were going to edit your journal, you might see 
someone suggest running the command

$ gedit <JournalFileName.txt>

so you might actually run the command

$ gedit DailyJournal.txt

where DailyJournal.txt is the actual name of your journal file.

On 12/10/2013 11:28 AM, Karen Lewellen wrote:
> smiles,
> I do not mind educating others at my typing expense.
>   First, am i correct in guessing that the  less than and  greater than
> characters are not to be included?
> for example, and I am doing this off the top of my head, so it may not
> be perfect.
> xsltproc -o mylife.html -o daisyTransform.xsl My_Life.xml
> would be correct?
> Karen
> On Tue, 10 Dec 2013, Geoff Shang wrote:
>> On Tue, 10 Dec 2013, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>>>  We do have xsltproc here at shellworld.
>>>  Equally there is a daisyTransform.xsl
>>>  file with my bookshare materials in each book.
>>>  when I run the line below though I am getting a shared object missing
>>>  error..but I may not be running it correctly.
>>>  to spare the list an exchange off topic, may i write you privately to
>>>  troubleshoot?
>> You *could*, but I would venture to add that this isn't really
>> off-topic, and taking it private would prevent it from showing up in
>> search results, which might help anyone else with this problem in future.
>> Geoff.
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