>>>>> On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 13:27:13 -0700, Richard Harke <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
Richard> I'm going to give a talk/show-and-tell about Itanium to my
Richard> local linux users group and thought that I could use the
Richard> presentation capabilities in openoffice.org. I looked
Richard> through this list's archives and learned about
Richard> /emul/ia32-linux. between that and the lack of any port
Richard> info on the openoffice.org web site I guess that it only is
Richard> available in compatibility mode. This is actually ok as I
Richard> can then talk about compatibility mode which is a big issue
Richard> for some people.
Richard> However the question is: How to install? I have the
Richard> distribution binary for ia32-linux with its install script.
Richard> I'm guessing I could do: chroot /emul/ia32-linux ./install
Richard> then maybe have to make (a few) symlinks
Richard> Does this make sense?
There is no need to install it in /emul/ia32-linux. You can install
it pretty much wherever you want (e.g., I installed it in ~/OpenOffice.org1.1).
To get the nice anti-aliased fonts, I usually have to explicitly invoke
spadmin and register the TrueType fonts.