OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

Post by Philip Bro » Wed, 15 Oct 2003 08:31:14



openoffice.org mirror sites now officially have solaris x86 binaries
of openoffice 1.1.0 .

The current way to find your local mirror, is
http://porting.openoffice.org/solarisintel/

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OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

Post by Bruce D Porte » Thu, 16 Oct 2003 06:22:00



> openoffice.org mirror sites now officially have solaris x86 binaries
> of openoffice 1.1.0 .

> The current way to find your local mirror, is
> http://porting.openoffice.org/solarisintel/

Which should be noted that it is the same (near as damn it ) as Star
Office 7.0 (nee SO6.1) :=}

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OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

Post by UNIX admi » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 00:53:44




Quote:

> openoffice.org mirror sites now officially have solaris x86 binaries
> of openoffice 1.1.0 .

> The current way to find your local mirror, is
> http://porting.openoffice.org/solarisintel/

Is it time for "how do I..." trivia yet?

I installed it as root, and I got this handy-dandy OpenOffice subpanel in
CDE and it integrated into GNOME2 as well (didn't try it in KDE3 yet).

But the install only did it for root! When I log in as myself, I get zilch.
Should I be hacking away at /etc/dt/appconfing/types/C/*.fp files, or is
there a cleaner and easier way???

 
 
 

OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

Post by Bruce D Porte » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 06:33:58





>> openoffice.org mirror sites now officially have solaris x86 binaries
>> of openoffice 1.1.0 .

>> The current way to find your local mirror, is
>> http://porting.openoffice.org/solarisintel/

> Is it time for "how do I..." trivia yet?

> I installed it as root, and I got this handy-dandy OpenOffice subpanel in
> CDE and it integrated into GNOME2 as well (didn't try it in KDE3 yet).

> But the install only did it for root! When I log in as myself, I get zilch.
> Should I be hacking away at /etc/dt/appconfing/types/C/*.fp files, or is
> there a cleaner and easier way???

use the -net switch (or is it /net :=} ) then as a user run the setup and
it will ask you what sort of install you want.

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OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

Post by UNIX admi » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 19:30:07




Quote:> use the -net switch (or is it /net :=} ) then as a user run the setup and
> it will ask you what sort of install you want.

AAArgh!!! So now I have to figure out how to uninstall, and then install
again. Bummer :-|
 
 
 

OpenOffice.org sol x86 binaries out now

Post by Rich Tee » Tue, 21 Oct 2003 03:21:00



> > use the -net switch (or is it /net :=} ) then as a user run the setup and
> > it will ask you what sort of install you want.

> AAArgh!!! So now I have to figure out how to uninstall, and then install
> again. Bummer :-|

There IS a reason why these things come with installation
manuals, and READMEs, ya know...  ;-)

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