Bill Moran wrote:
I have 1.1 in use now on an elderly 4.11 box that works just fine. I
tried to load 2.x last Jan on a 7.0 box and could.t get the files to
download from Sun/Java then. I just set up a new FreeBSD 7.0 box to
eventually replace the 4.11 desktop This is where I want to install the
So I really dont care what the version is so long as the file names
reflect what the freebsd install error 1 gives when it finishes its
part. I just happened to start this ritual of installing with 1.1 to see
if it worked. Which it did not.
In response to NetOpsCenter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
I would like to know where the download files for OpenOffice 1.1 are
located now. I downloaded OpenOffice from FreeBSD site and it gives
error 1 when finished saying you have to install 3 or 4 files from
outside. But the files listed on the screen are not listed on the sites
given as their location.
I checked the archive java files at Sun and they are not there either.
I'd even go for switching to different office program which runs under
FerrBSD with out all this hassle if it was able to open .doc and .swx
I expect you're going to have a difficult time rounding up all those
versions of those files, as OOo 1.1 is gotten rather old.
Is there any reason you can't use OOo 2.X?
I also see that IBM is releasing their version of OpenOffice as FreeWare
for all OS'es. Is this available as a straight install on FreeBSD oe
linux/FreeBSD as a port?
I have clients who insist using .doc files since they have M$ stuff.
That is why I need a system that can run them on FreeBSD. I dont do
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