Re: source.list, openoffice
I do run Openoffice 2.0 on my computer. I downloaded it from
Then I untared it and did
alien --to-deb *.rpm
Then I install it with
dpkg -i --force-overwrite --force-architecture *.deb
Then it installs under /opt/openoffice.org1.9.104 and I make symlink
from /opt/openoffice.org1.9.104/program/soffice.bin to
It runs perfectly with ia32-libs 1.4 and the same procedure should as well
work for openoffice 1.1.4
Þann Fimmtudagur 9. júní 2005 16:15 skrifaði Attila Kocsis:
> Hi all,
> Since the sarge has become stable I would like to know
> wheter it has any influence on the source.list file.
> Now it contains the followings:
> deb http://amd64.debian.net/debian-amd64/ sarge main
> deb-src http://amd64.debian.net/debian-amd64/ sarge
> What about the security updats and so on?
> Another thing: with these sources I cannot install
> openoffice, there are only additional packages when I
> am using synaptic. I would like also opera and
> acroread, but cannot get them. So are there other
> sources or any place from where I could download
> openoffice (and some other) packages?
> Thaks a lot
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