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SF.net SVN: ledger-smb: [488] trunk/doc/faq.html

Revision: 488
Author:   einhverfr
Date:     2006-11-06 11:21:19 -0800 (Mon, 06 Nov 2006)

Log Message:
Updated FAQ

Modified Paths:

Modified: trunk/doc/faq.html
--- trunk/doc/faq.html	2006-11-06 19:03:20 UTC (rev 487)
+++ trunk/doc/faq.html	2006-11-06 19:21:19 UTC (rev 488)
@@ -248,7 +248,7 @@
-<p><li><h4>IDENT Authentication failed for user "sledger-smb"</h4>
+<p><li><h4>IDENT Authentication failed for user "ledger-smb"</h4>
 Edit pg_hba.conf and change authentication to
@@ -291,12 +291,6 @@
 If you don't want to edit tex code by hand,
 you could use Lyx, Abiword, or any WYSIWYG editor capable of exporting
 latex code.
-To do that you must change the tokens for the variables <% and %> to something
-like << and >>. % is the comment character in tex. There is also a
-pagebreak block which must be commented out.
-When you are done with the changes
-replace << and >> with <% and %> and uncomment the pagebreak block.
 <p>LaTeX is somewhat complex to learn, initially, but offers a much
 superior environment to produce professional-looking forms in
 postscript and PDF format.
@@ -311,9 +305,8 @@
   $ w3m http://localhost/ledger-smb/login.pl?terminal=lynx</pre>
 <p><li><h4>PDF option disappeared</h4>
-Edit ledger-smb.conf and set $latex = 1;
-<br>ledger-smb.conf is perl code, check if it compiles, if it does not,
-the internal defaults are used which turn off $latex, hence no PDF option.
+Edit ledger-smb.conf and set:
+latex = 1
 <p><li><h4>Installation on Windows (WIN32)</h4>
@@ -633,8 +626,6 @@
 <p><li>For PostgreSQL you may also set who has access to the server in the file
-<br>Authentication crypt does not work because not all SQL servers
-accept encrypted passwords.
 <p><li>in addition you can secure the tables from unauthorized access by
 setting up a different database user and GRANT rights. For instance,

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