-- MikeGore - 06 Oct 2006

Using older AT&T +Berkeley with groff-1.18.1 on Linux systems

Note verify site or software license for using these macros first!

Steps

  • Copy the vendor /usr/share/lib/tmac files from a solaris machine to your target host under /usr/share/lib/tmac
  • Copy /software/groff-1.18.1/lib/groff/site-tmac to /usr/local/site-tmac.old
You can set alternate groff macro directories with the -M option or set environment var
GROFF_TMAC_PATH
    A  list of directories in which to search for macro files in ad-
    dition  to  the   default   directories.    See   troff(1)   and
    groff_tmac(5) for more details.

I ran tests using the -M option as follows
groff -M /usr/local/site-tmac.old ...

Topic revision: r2 - 2006-10-10 - MikeGore
 
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