Re: Software installation
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On Saturday 03 August 2002 11:59 am, Phil wrote:
> OK let me re-phrase my question!
> How can I turn a bin package into a Debian package so that apt-get install
> to run it ??
No, you can not turn this into a .deb file. This is a product of Sun, and
they require it to be installed as they wish. You *can* install it system
wide with the /net arguement. Do a quick google search on it becuase it has
been many moons since I last used it.
Also, be advised that SO5.2 is no longer supported after the release of SO6
last month. It is no longer free cost software.
OpenOffice is free of cost, and as far as I can tell, free code. There are
debs now available for installing it via apt-get. I'll paste the url's below
for you to include in your apt source.lists file. I haven't tested any of
them for about a month. You can learn more about them via the archives at:
OpenOffice is a free version of Sun's Star Office 6.
#for OpenOffice debs
#deb http://apt-proxy.sourceforge.net/openoffice unstable main contrib
#deb-src http://apt-proxy.sourceforge.net/openoffice unstable main contrib
Good luck to you.
Jaye Inabnit\ARS ke6sls\/A GNU-Debian linux user\/ http://www.qsl.net/ke6sls
If it's stupid, but works, it ain't stupid. I SHOUT JUST FOR FUN.
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