On Tue, Oct 30, 2007 at 10:11:40AM +0000, Vince wrote:
> Gary Kline wrote:
> >     I'm in  the middle of upgrading some platforms and just caught
> >     OOo_OOG680_m6_source.tar.bz2 (278MB) being downloaded. The port
> >     says that this is OO-2.3, but the build says Ishould have
> >     11GB of disk and ~2GB of memory.    
> > 
> >     I somehow downloaded OO_2.3 as a package on one platform.  Does
> >     this make any sense?  How many of us have 2 gigs of memory?
> >     Seems more than a biit irrational to me.  Or did my
> >     portupgrade -aP grab the wrong port?
> > 
> I think the problem is that the build does take so long and so much
> resources that the package updates are a bit scarce. The latest I can
> see on the mirrors is openoffice.org-2.3.20070910.tbz which doesnt seem
> to fit the numbering scheme for the openoffice.org-2 port but does fit
> openoffice.org-2-RC which seems a bit odd. I would probably just get the
> latest package from the openoffice package site
> (ftp://ooopackages.good-day.net/pub/OpenOffice.org/FreeBSD/2.3.0/i386/FreeBSD6)
> and upgrade manually. As a 7.0 user I had to build my own which took a
> while.

        Thanks foe thr ftp.  I'll see if I can grab it?


> Vince
> >     gary
> > 

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