On Sunday 07 September 2003 03:41 pm, David Gerard wrote: > We just downloaded and installed the Linux binary of OOo 1.1rc3 > on my wife's FreeBSD 4.8 box with no problems. My 4.6.2 box, > however, doesn't want to play. > > I untar the install files into a directory in my home directory, run > ./setup and it puts up an unpacking window (box opening and > progress bar), then a text box saying 'The script file is now being > read. Please wait a moment ...' - then an alert box saying > 'Important program files were not found. The installation set may > be damaged.' > > The thing is, this is the *exact* same tarball which worked on the > 4.8 box. > > Has anyone else encountered this? Any idea what it means? > > I do have linux_base-6 and linux_base-7 installed, as does the > 4.8 box. > > (We also tried the FreeBSD native tarball, but it insists on trying > to install in /usr/local and doesn't seem to give the option of > installing to a home directory.)
Do you have linprocfs mounted? I think it's required for 4.6.2 Tim Kellers CPE/NJIT _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"