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Antwort: Re: staroffice - multiuser? [still prob]





Maybe a permission problem ?
I started adding a new user and group for soffice and installed under his
permission.
Afterwards just add the users you want to this group, verify that all
permission are set
correctly for the group (not only for the user) and thats it. Now you
should get the normal
install-screen from soffice. (Thats the way it worked for me).

K.D.






"T.V.Gnanasekaran" <gnana@lanminds.com> on 20.10.99 23:20:49

An:   David Blackman <david@whizziwig.com>, Debian User List
      <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Kopie:     (Blindkopie: Klaus Drews/D/WestLB-Systems/WLB)
Thema:    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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