install openoffice question

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Armando Vezza
I am pretty new to Linux and am installing a new version of openoffice on
MDK 9.2 and have followed the instructions I found on the net, which seem to
work OK except for one thing. Here is what I'm doing:
I have the tarball.
I execute the setup script for a "network" installation with the following
command: "./setup -net"
and then each user on my system executes the user-setup, that is, login as a
regular user, then change into the program directory where OpenOffice.org is
installed :
cd /opt/OpenOffice.org1.1.0, for example
and execute the following command:
"./setup"

It installs OK, BUT, openoffice should be fully integrated in each user's
environment and it isn't. If I open home user1, I can start the program
from there but it's definitely not in the start menu.
Any ideas?

Thanks

Armando
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I am pretty new to Linux and am installing a new version of openoffice on


Le fr dans fr.comp.os.linux.configuration veut dire *FRANCAIS*.


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Le Sat, 03 Apr 2004 13:47:33 +0200, Armando Vezza a écrit :

I am pretty new to Linux and am installing a new version of openoffice on
MDK 9.2 and have followed the instructions I found on the net, which seem to
work OK except for one thing. Here is what I'm doing:
I have the tarball.
I execute the setup script for a "network" installation with the following
command: "./setup -net"
and then each user on my system executes the user-setup, that is, login as a
regular user, then change into the program directory where OpenOffice.org is
installed :
cd /opt/OpenOffice.org1.1.0, for example
and execute the following command:
"./setup"

It installs OK, BUT, openoffice should be fully integrated in each user's
environment and it isn't. If I open home user1, I can start the program
from there but it's definitely not in the start menu.
Any ideas?

Thanks

Armando


Maybe, if you are under kde desktop!
You need to refresh the desk:
right click with the mouse button and choose the right option!
Or simply run yur prog "open office" with command line
to be sure:)
Bye, i hope you will appreciate to learn french too:)
Bye!

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