Hello list,
I am trying to install Open Office via the port on
FreeBSD  4.7-Stable #5, from a make world on
11/17/2002. Ports and src are cvsuped daily.
Make yields the following error message.  I installed
almost all the port dependencies (jdk 13, openmotif,
bison, etc.) in advance, before typing "make."  Any
help is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Eric 
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REQUIREMENTS:

OO requires that the ENV variable LANG
is set to a proper value. Dependent on
which language port you use, OO does
automatically set LANG to a suitable
value. You can change this with:

USE_LANG="prefered language"

and set a different language
like:

en_US.ISO8859-15 en_US.ISO8859-1
US-ASCII 

Your current setting is:

USE_LANG=en_US.ISO8859-15


OPTIONS:

If you like to use the native BSD
JDK for the build system, you can use
WITH_BSD_JDK=TRUE to disable the
usage of the linux-JDK and linux dependency.


You can compile OO with debug symbols
if you call make with WITH_DEBUG=1

If you set WITH_DEBUG=2, you add internal
OO.org debug support.


You may set WITH_TTF_BYTECODE_ENABLED=YES
if you like to use the Freetype library to
render TTF fonts. Normally the TTF lib is
not used to render fonts.

If you have licensed the Apple patents
US05155805 US05159668 and US05325479
you can enable this option to get better
quality of glyphs at small bitmap sizes.


NOTICE:

To build Openoffice, you should have a lot
of free diskspace (~ 4GB).


OO.org can crash if you enter a non existing path
or URL in the location bar. To fix these crashes
you need a uncommitted system patch for rtld:

http://people.freebsd.org/~mbr/ooo/rtld-symlookup.diff


OO.org build can deadlock in regmerge. You can work
around
this problem with this patch:

http://people.freebsd.org/~mbr/ooo/rtld-builddeadlock.diff


langinfo.h is missing !

Please upgrade to 4.6 RELEASE or
4.6 STABLE.

*** Error code 1

Stop in /backup/ports/editors/openoffice.




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