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09-04-2006, 12:19
Ho scaricato il pacchetto da openoffice e l'ho decompresso su una cartella...adesso come faccio ad installarlo??


09-04-2006, 12:53
nel pacchetto che hai scaricato dovrebbe esserci un file README o INSTALL... lì trovi le istruzioni.

ad ogni modo, dovrebbe bastare entrare con cd nella cartella dove si trovano i file RPM e poi dare il seguente comando in una shell da root:

# rpm -Uvh *.rpm

poi devi fare lo stesso per il pacchetto desktop integration.


AGGIUNGO le istruzioni ufficiali della Setup Guide:

1. Unpack the downloaded image into a directory. For example, the following command would unpack into the current directory:
tar xvzf Ooo_2.0.xxx_LinuxIntel_install.tar.gz .
1. su to root, if necessary.
2. cd into the directory with the unpacked image. This could be RPMS.
3. Then execute rpm -Uvh *rpm for the standard installation in /opt. If you prefer
to install in another directory, try
rpm -Uvh --prefix /<where_ooo_should_go>/ *.rpm or something
similar. When relocating, only relocate the base rpms, in other words, do not include
any user interface RPMs as these must go in their default locations for proper system
Note: Upgrade the core first and then upgrade the user interface. Separating steps 3 and 4 ensures a
good upgrade.
4. cd into the desktop-integration directory and execute
rpm -Uvh for the menu rpm that applies to your system. For example, on a RedHat-
based system, you would use
rpm -Uvh openoffice.org-redhat-menus-<release>.noarch.rpm or
5. Download and install any language packs needed for OpenOffice.org. For example, if
you relocated Openoffice.org, you need
rpm -Uvh --prefix //<where_ooo_should_go>/ <name_of_pack>.rpm
Please read the man page for the rpm that comes with your distribution and select the options
that best apply to your situation. The examples above are only that, examples.
Installing individual components is the same as above but only requires the specific module be
installed. For example, install all core rpms and then install those for each module you wish,
such as, openoffice.org-impress-2.0.0-1.i586.rpm to install only Impress. Other modules may
also be necessary.
Note: You may substitute -ihv for -Uhv in any of the above commands to install without upgrading.
I found the following useful:
rpm -qa openoffice.org\* | xargs rpm --erase -–nodeps
Another method of removing an OpenOffice.org release is to use a file that lists the modules
as follows:

rpm -qa | grep openoffice > rmlist
which records what is installed in the file rmlist. The grep string will, of course, vary
according to the release. Edit rmlist for anything you do not want to remove. Then when it
is time to remove a release one simply has to enter:
rpm -e `cat rmlist`
Warning: Using rpm -e openoffice.org\* does not work. under FC3 or Suse 9.3 and possibly other
Remember with the development and beta releases that it may be best to remove
<installdir>/openoffice* and any $HOME/.openoffice* files and directories
before installing a new version.
There may be better ways to do this but I find the above effective. Please check
http://installation.openoffice.org/source/browse/installation/setup_native/scripts/ for example
install and uninstall scripts or use them as a model for your own.

andy caps
09-04-2006, 12:58
mandriva ha gia il suo openoffice anche sui cd
per installare l'ultimissima versione
per installarlo una volta bastava semplicemente cliccare sul setup ( tipo windows )
altrimenti puoi provare ad avviare semplicemente le applicazioni all'interno della cartella

se scrivi in un terminale il percorso probabilmente si avvia


altrimenti guarda se esiste un file readme o install all'interno e guarda che dice

09-04-2006, 13:18
grazie a tutti, adesso proverò ad installarlo.