I guess I could have made myself a little more clear.
I understand the 64 bit OO2 progress, thanks.
I noticed that OO2 is not offered in any linux binary except those wrapped in
rpm's I was thinking that OO2 would come with the same installer as 1.2
did....I think it was a _bin_ ? Anyways, I tried converting the OO2 rpm's
to debs, but ran into a few problems and was hoping there was a simpler way.
By-the-way, I still don't understand why one would need to set up a 32 bit
chroot just to run OO when we have 32 bit emulation?
Thanks for the ideas and opinions,
On Friday 09 December 2005 20:10, Graham Smith wrote:
> This one comes up every few days.
> Basically it goes like this...
> OOo 2.0 isn't likely to ever find it's way into the AMD64 repository at
> least not as a 64 bit app. It's not 64 bit clean and, if you do get it
> compiled, won't run correctly.
> Your best bet is to install it in a 32 bit chroot. It's not a terribly nice
> solution IMHO but it does work pretty well.
> On Friday 09 December 2005 10:42, Chris Wakefield wrote:
> > Greetings all,
> > I'm looking to install OpenOffice 2.0, anyone using it?
> > Thanks for any replies,
> > Chris W.