Once you have completed and tested your OMF file, you are ready to use it.
If you are packaging the OMF file with documentation in a package, see the examples and documentation in the package scrollkeeper-example1, available from http://sourceforge.net/projects/scrollkeeper.
If you wish to register the OMF file and document in your local ScrollKeeper catalog, use scrollkeeper-install or scrollkeeper-update. A typical system-wide installation involves copying the OMF file into one of the directories specified by OMF_DIR in /etc/scrollkeeper.conf, or a subdirectory of any of these directories. Running scrollkeeper-update as root will update the catalog with any new or updated OMF files in these directories. Conversely, if any OMF files were removed since the last scrollkeeper-update, their entries in the catalog will be removed. Logs of the actions and any warnings or errors are written to /var/log/scrollkeeper.log. You should now be able to view the updated catalog using any ScrollKeeper-compliant documentation browser. Note that you may need to restart some help browsers to see the changes.