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Old 11-05-2013, 10:13 PM   #1
Garryandi
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Unhappy What happened with my /bin/sh


I'm a beginner of Linuxers. I don't understand yet about this problem. When I compiled my html programming, it was error by messaging "/bin/sh : tidy not found". So, can u help me to solve this problem? I use Linuxmint Olivia

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Old 11-05-2013, 10:54 PM   #2
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install tidy

Code:
sudo apt-get install tidy
should do it


tidy seems a little 'random'

so to assure you, here is the description ( debian jessie/sid )
Code:
Description: HTML syntax checker and reformatter
 Corrects markup in a way compliant with the latest standards, and optimal for the popular browsers.  It has a
 comprehensive knowledge of the attributes defined in the HTML 4.0 recommendation from W3C, and understands the
 US ASCII, ISO Latin-1, UTF-8 and the ISO 2022 family of 7-bit encodings.  In the output: 
 
 * HTML entity names for characters are used when appropriate. 
 * Missing attribute quotes are added, and mismatched quotes found. 
 * Tags lacking a terminating '>' are spotted. 
 * Proprietary elements are recognized and reported as such. 
 * The page is reformatted, from a choice of indentation styles. 
   
 Tidy is a product of the World Wide Web Consortium.
Homepage: http://tidy.sourceforge.net/
 
  


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