Re: [Evolution] Questions about Help and Signature files - Evolution 1.4.5


OK, the package scrollkepper is installed. I also found the following:

libscrollkeeper-dev - Library to load .omf files (development files)
libscrollkeeper0 - Library to load .omf files (runtime files)
scrollkeeper - A free electronic cataloging system for documentation

I ran scrollkeeper-update, my HD lit up for a 1/2 second, and then
stopped. I then tried scrollkeeper-update -v, but no messages. I then
started X and evolution and tried Help again, and still just Loading...
- no documents appeared.

Do I need libscrollkeeperO? I am not sure what the OMF directory is - is
there a url for Evolution docs that I need to point scrollkeeper to?

Thanks for your help!

Mark Phillips
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On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 19:57, Mark Gordon wrote:
You may need to run scrollkeeper-update (as root) if you haven't
already.  This assumes scrollkeeper is installed...

-Mark Gordon

On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 19:30 -0700, Mark Phillips wrote:

Thanks - I am almost there. 'apt-get install yelp' worked and now I get
a browser window. The browser has 2 panes - navigation on the left and
content on the right. However, all I get on the right is "Loading...". I
think I am still missing the doc files. Do you know where I can get them
and how to install them? I cannot find a Debian package for them.


Mark Phillips
On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 16:58, Mark Gordon wrote:
On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 16:38 -0700, Mark Phillips wrote:
I have two questions that are not answered by the FAQ. I am running
Evolution 1.4.5 on a Debian distro. 

1. When I click on Help->Contents nothing happens. Perhaps I have to
download the help files separately? Can someone tell me where there are?
Where should they be installed?

guenther answered 2., so here's my answer to 1:

1.4.5 uses yelp as a help browser.  I'm not sure what package name that
corresponds to on Debian these days, but it may be that you simply don't
have it installed.  Yelp is the standard GNOME help browser at this

-Mark Gordon

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