No... I didn't know about the cups option for openoffice. I find it mentioned, now that you mention it, at http://porting.openoffice.org/freebsd/#howto . I now see that the option's existence can also be extrapolated from the code in ./files/Makefile.knobs.
I had no idea that "knob" meant a make option. (The term appears twice in the whole of the FreeBSD Handbook (in sound-setup.html and firewalls-ipfw.html), which has been my main source of information.) I wonder if the Makefile.knobs file is what is read for the blue options screen that sometimes appears to provide choices before compiling. My workaround is to use the command kprinter. So openoffice drags up kprinter and adds an extra step. It's kind of annoying, but I'll wait till an upgrade of OpenOffice comes along before I compile it (and compile it, and compile it) again. Oliver On Thursday 06 April 2006 20:26, Duane Whitty wrote: > Oliver Iberien wrote: > > In order to set the printer setting for openoffice.org-2.0.2 I have to, > > as far as I know, run the program > > /usr/local/openoffice.org-2.0.2/program/spadmin as root. (The default > > settings are for lp and I am using cups.) It's a series of dialogs in > > windows and so I've tried to set the display. I get a "no protocol > > specified" error. > > > > bsd# setenv DISPLAY ":0.0" > > bsd# /usr/local/openoffice.org-2.0.2/program/spadmin > > Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server > > Xlib: No protocol specified > > > > I18N: Operating system doesn't support locale "en_US" > > Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server > > Xlib: No protocol specified > > > > /usr/local/openoffice.org-2.0.2/program/spadmin.bin X11 error: Can't open > > display: :0.0 > > Set DISPLAY environment variable, use -display option > > or check permissions of your X-Server > > (See "man X" resp. "man xhost" for details) > > > > I looked at the xhost page and tried: > > > > bsd# xhost +root > > Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server > > Xlib: No protocol specified > > > > The same thing happened with xhost +. What am I missing? > > > > Oliver > > > > PS Using sudo does not work as for some reason when I try to run spadmin > > with sudo, spadmin can't find libraries it needs that are in its own > > folder. su-ing gets the same result as running as root, and deleting > > ~/.openoffice.org-2.0.2 and running spadmin as a normal user changes > > nothing -- apparently nothing printer-related is in there. > > _______________________________________________ > > When you built OOo did you use the -DWITH_CUPS option? _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"