David O'Brien writes:
 > On Mon, Dec 11, 2000 at 09:07:27AM -0500, Richard J Kuhns wrote:
 > > Yes, it's definitely different.  No matter what you say when installing,
 > > `applix' is:
 > > 
 > > #!/bin/sh
 > > APPLIX_HOME="/usr/local/applix"
 > > export APPLIX_HOME
 > > exec $APPLIX_HOME/applix "$@"
 > Again lack of details.. :-(  EXACTLY what is this file you are showing
 > us?  Both my of my Applixware 4.42 and 5.0 installations have a real
 > binary named `applix' in the root of the install directory.  I installed
 > 4.42 from the Walnut Creek CDROM CD of it.  I installed 5.0 on the first
 > tarball package of 5.0 BSDi made (that wasn't released to the public).
 > So we also need to know how you got 5.0 (ie, what media are you using).
 > Something may have easily changed between what I installed and what BSDi
 > is now shipping.
OK.  In my current installation, it's /usr/local/bin/applix.  I installed
from the CD the Walnut Creek/BSDi shipped me (Applixware Office for FreeBSD

I just tried to install it from scratch on a new machine running

If I cd to /cdrom/Applix5 and run ./install, I'm not offered a choice
concerning where to install -- it goes under /usr/local.

I just tried `pkg_add -v -p /opt applix-5.0.tgz'.  It then put things under
/opt, but /opt/bin/applix was the file I listed above with the hardcoded
"/usr/local/applix".  When I changed it to "/opt/applix" and tried to run
it, I got 

/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libstdc++.so.2" not found
/prog/applix/axdata/axmain: Operation timed out

Since there's not a libstdc* of any sort under /opt/applix, either
something didn't get installed correctly or applix was compiled using an
older version of the shared library.

At this point, I have some Real Work to do.  If there's something else
you'd like me to look at, let me know.  It may take me a few hours,

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