update on OpenOffice-3.0.1, JAVA, AMDE64//now OK but cant find binaries

Martin Ward macros_the_black at ntlworld.com
Tue Apr 28 09:20:58 PDT 2009


lux-integ wrote:
> On Monday 27 April 2009 12:22:36 pm lux-integ wrote:
>
>   
>> Thanks very much   I removed  --disable-qadevooot   from the configure
>> script and the build now  'appears' to go  to completion:-
>>
>> ###########  I get this at the end
>> packimages -- version: 1.17
>> packimages: packing  ../unxlngx6.pro/bin/images_classic.zip finished.
>> deliver -- version: 1.130
>> Module 'packimages' delivered successfully. 8 files copied, 0 files
>> unchanged =============
>> Building module instsetoo_native
>> ~/instsetoo_native/inc_openoffice/unix
>> mkout -- version: 1.8
>> -------------
>> ~/instsetoo_native/inc_openoffice/windows/msi_languages
>> -------------
>> ~/instsetoo_native/macosx
>> Nothing to build for OS LINUX and GUIBASE unx
>> ~/instsetoo_native/util
>> -------------
>> No EPM: do no packaging at this stage
>> rmdir /tmp/7113
>> ##################
>>     
> I   did two things   and the build now generates      the required 
> binaries/libraries etc.  I did 
> a): removed   --disable-epm  from the configure script
> b): added  before   bootstrap  (before build)  
> export LOCALINSTALLDIR="/opt/openoffice-3.0.1"
> export PKGFORMAT="installed"
>
> there is now a OOO300_m15/instsetoo_native/unxlngx6.pro/OpenOffice/native  
> directory
>
> but
>  x643: # ls OOO300_m15/instsetoo_native/unxlngx6.pro/OpenOffice/native 
> change_filename                                hidden_file  patchsoname_file   
> stripped
> gid_Starregistry_Services_Rdb_rdb              install      profiles           
> zip
> gid_Starregistry_Services_Rdb_servicesrdb      listfile     replace_file
> gid_Starregistry_Services_Rdb_Ure_servicesrdb  logging      replace_scpaction
> x643: #
>
> and the install/en-US is empty
> x643: # ls  
> OOO300_m15/instsetoo_native/unxlngx6.pro/OpenOffice/native/install/en-US
> x643: #
>  
> On the other hand  I duly get  two directories  at the end of he build.
> A) /opt/openoffice-3_download.0.1
> this contains OOo_3.0.1_090428_unxlngx6_install.tar.gz
> B) /opt/openoffice-3.0.1
> this contains the directory linux-2.6-x86_64
> (so  A)  seems to to be B)  archived)
>
> considering just  B):-
> x643: # ls linux-2.6-x86_64/buildroot/opt
> openoffice.org  openoffice.org3
>
> x643: # 
> ls  /opt/openoffice-3.0.1/linux-2.6-x86_64/buildroot/opt/openoffice.org/basis3.0/program
> list   libraries some ~464 (too numerous to list here)
>
>
> x643: # 
> ls /opt/openoffice-3.0.1/linux-2.6-x86_64/buildroot/opt/openoffice.org3/program
> about.bmp      intro.bmp         resource  sdraw     smath        sofficerc  
> unoinfo     versionrc
> bootstraprc    libnpsoplugin.so  sbase     setuprc   soffice      spadmin    
> unopkg
> fundamentalrc  redirectrc        scalc     simpress  soffice.bin  swriter    
> unopkg.bin
> x643:/home/pcbman #
>
>
> QUESTION:
>
> the 'extrapolated'  BLFS recipe for Openoffice-2.3.1 installation suggests:-
> cp -r -v openoffice.org3.0.1 /opt/openoffice-3.0.1
>
> for appl in sbase scalc sdraw simpress smath soffice spadmin swriter
> do
>     ln -v -sf /opt/openoffice-3.0.1/program/$appl /usr/bin/$appl
> done
>
>
>
> in view of the changed   setup here,  does one do?:
>
> cd  /opt/openoffice-3.0.1/linux-2.6-x86_64/buildroot/opt/openoffice.org3/program
>
> for appl in sbase scalc sdraw simpress smath soffice spadmin swriter
> do
>
>    ln -v - 
> sf /opt/openoffice-3.0.1/linux-2.6-x86_64/buildroot/opt/openoffice.org3/program/$appln  /usr/bin/$appln
>     
> done
>
>
> OR is   there a  better  way ?
>
> suggestions welcomed
>
> sincerely
> lux-integ
>   
>>
>> shows no OpenOffice directory in instsetoo_native/unixlngx6.pro  nor  in
>> OOO300_m15/instsetoo_native/inc_openoffice/unix
>>
>> some guidance would be appreciated.
>>
>>
>> sincerely
>>
>> lux-ineg
>>
>>     
>>> -- DJ Lucas
>>>       
>
>
>   
i followed the layout as proscribed at arch linux, not saying this is 
the optimum choice of doing it, but it got open office going for me, it 
does seem the install layout has changed for 3.x from 2.x

see
http://repos.archlinux.org/viewvc.cgi/openoffice-base/repos/extra-i686/PKGBUILD?revision=25655&view=markup

or

http://repos.archlinux.org/viewvc.cgi/openoffice-base/repos/extra-x86_64/PKGBUILD?revision=25337&view=markup

once you have built open office, you can copy the resulting 
binaries/libraries over to the /opt directory and then use their 
##step1,2, 3 to get a proper directory layout

then you can symlink the individual apps, into the /usr hierarchy


regards

Martin



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