xmlmantohtml(1) General Commands Manual xmlmantohtml(1)NAME
xmlmantohtml - xml to html converter
xmlmantohtml file.1.xml > file.1.html
xmlmantohtml is a small script to convert xml/man to html.
You will find the dtd in /usr/share/xmltoman/ on a debian system. There is also an xsl file to generate html using xsltproc(1). See also
/usr/share/doc/xmltoman/examples for examples.
If xsltproc proves to be a useful alternative, this program will be obsoleted.
xmltoman was written by Oliver Kurth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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ifplugd.conf - ifplugd configuration file
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