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Re: openoffice under openBSD
- To: misc_(_at_)_openBSD_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: openoffice under openBSD
- From: "Frank Nebel" <franeb_(_at_)_web_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2003 20:29:23 +0100
- Organization: http://freemail.web.de/
On Thu, Dec 04, 2003 at 06:31:19PM +0100, Frank Nebel wrote:
> I have some problems to install openoffice on openBSD properly, although i have tried several HowTos like the most popular from Craig Barraclough with the OpenOffice 1.1.0rc3, but when i followed these instructions, it seems that the ./install script with the advised changes does run without problems.
> The output was:
> $Installation starting, please be patient ...
> $glibc version: 2.3.2
> $Initializing installation program....................
> $Installation Completed
> but when i looked for the directory where the package should have been installed /usr/local/openoffice it does not exist at all.
> Now a few further informations:
> -I activated the kernel option for compat_linux and followed the instructions to install the environment. I also installed all libs and tried it successfully with acrobate Reader.
> I am totally frustrated, because I tried this installation for several days now and cant find the mistake i must have made.
Wild guess... It is in /emul/linux/usr/local/openoffice
If it isn't invoke
find / -type d -name openoffice
And report the result on the list
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i have searched or several patterns of openoffice(*office* and so on) but there was nothing on my disc except die installation tar and the installdirectory of openoffice.
Perhaps i have to mount the binary on an ext2fs to install ist, or mount it on /proc how it is wrote in some installation guides???
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