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Re: staroffice - multiuser? [still prob]



David Blackman wrote:
> 
I installed as root in /opt/office with ./setup /net 
Then, I executed /opt/office/bin/soffice and the install prompted for
worstation
install or local install. I choosed workstation install and some 1.7mb
was copied
into /root/office51 and then on it worked fine.

So far so good.  Now, I logged as myself (gnana) and tried to execute
/opt/office/bin/setup (without /net option). I got this screen saying:

Staroffice 5.1 is already installed in the following directory:
/opt/office
* modify
* deinstall
* repair

these are the options that I was prompted when I expected workstation
or local
install screen! I am going nuts. please help.

-gnana

> about 2 megs
> 
> --dave
> 
> On Thu, 21 Oct 1999, T.V.Gnanasekaran wrote:
> 
> > Hi, Thanks for the reply.
> >
> > > Yes, it has changed. The free version allows multiple users to use it now.
> > > Install it as root with "./setup /net". Any user who wants to use it
> > > should switch to the directory it was installed in and type "./setup".
> >
> > So, that means every user has to install himself to use it before they
> > really
> > can start using it? I assume it is going to occupy a LOT of disk
> > space! How
> > much will the setup take up for every user?
> >
> > -gnana
> >
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