Hi. First excusme for my english. I tried to install openoffice on my debian woody. I set the apt sources at http://borft.student.utwente.nl/debian. Then I follow the installation instuction found on your site at http://www.linux-debian.de/openoffice/install_build_howto.html. After a long download I had the menu item in wmaker System->Openoffice.org Setup. I launch it from my user and the (pretty, really beautiful) installation prcess starts. But after a while I get a lot of error messages. I enclose the setup.log (tar-gzipped) I found somewhere under ~/.openoffice/ where you can find all the problems. It seems that the installation process tries to copy files from the directory /usr/lib/openoffice/share/cde/icons/, but in my hard disk that directory doesn't exist. Maybe this isn't a big problem, but it's really annoying because of the window popup the ask to Retry, Ignore or Cancel the action: I had to keep pressed 'I' key waiting for teh process goes on. After all it seems to work fine and I can use openoffice suite. About errors in lines 3581-3583 in setup.log I read in changelog: * Use official libstlport packages (thanks Torsten Werner). Always link to the shared library, even in bootstrap and setup2. There are something missing on my installation? TIA. -- manuel 'fmf' ferrero "Eat right. Stay fit. Die anyway."
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