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Re: [S.u.S.E. Linux] word processing (y II)
- From: chris123@xxxxxxxxx (Chris Herrnberger)
- Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 10:29:20 -0700
- Message-id: <3561C16E.2B938F75@xxxxxxxxx>
Not sure if it will help but check out this site and cruise for details on
<A HREF="http://ww.waldherr.org/soffice4.shtml"><A HREF="http://ww.waldherr.org/soffice4.shtml</A">http://ww.waldherr.org/soffice4.shtml</A</A>> maybe you will find something
In case you need it star4.0 is out and the new update was supposed to be
out 17 May at ftp.staroffice.de but its not there. If anyone has info on
this pls post.
Also, Corel will be bringing out WP8.0 for Linux very shortly and it will
be made available for 99.00 US...for those who are interested in
commercial Linux software only.
See www.corel.com or alternatively www.corelcomputer.com for details
Hope this helps
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> >> First off, thanks everyone for your responses, I got StarOffice3.1
> >> from a CD Distribution which came with a magazine. The distr. is
> >> 5.0 based, and it included various files for StarO 3.1 (tar.gz'ed)
> >> an install script.
> >> Now, I ran the script (instalar) and I got StarO (installed?) on
> >> /opt/StarOffice-3.1.
> >> It also gave me a list of commands (scal3, schart3, sdraw3,
> >> smath3, swriter3) and a warn: To execute, type from an xterm.
> >> Tried to run swriter3 from the prompt... but didn't work.
> >> Then tried to run a setup command within the above mentioned path
> >> got this:
> >> StarOffice3.1 Installation Tool
> >> - -X11TransSocket UNIXConnect: Can't connect: errno = 111
> >> could not open display
> >> Then tried opening the x-windows, and found the prog there... but
> >> couldn't execute it:
> >> The StarOffice3.1 script /root/.sd.sh is missing.
> >> Normally this means that StarOffice is not installed or configured
> >> this user.
> >> Check this fact please. I'm aborting now.
> >> Ok, I've seen a "sd.sh" (and another *.bsh, or so) file within
> >> /opt/StarOffice-3.1 what's the ".sd.sh" (notice the starting dot
> >> about? is it a link or s'thing? how am I supposed to install a
> >> program which doesn't come with the distribution?
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >> Horacio.
> >If I remember correctly, you must type:
> >source ~/.sd.sh (this assumes that the current user has this
> >file in their home directory, otherwise use the correct path)
> >I don't recall how to automate this, but it was a common problem.
> >will hopefully help until someone gives the correct answer. ;-)
> I type "~/.sd.sh" from the command line and get:
> "bash: /root/.sd.sh: No such file or directory"
> Perhaps I should add that I don't see ".sd.sh" nor ".sd.csh" in any
> Then I try "/opt/StarOffice-3.1/linux-x86/bin/swriter3" (which is the
> where "swriter3" is located) and get:
> "_X11TransSocketUNIXConnect: Can't connect: errno: 11
> could not open display"
> I've been looking for help at the StarOffice URL, but nothing is
> (except for a small faq).
> Can anyone help me configuring StarOffice3.1?
> PS. If it's of any help, "sd.sh" and "sd.csh" are located in
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