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Author Topic: tar.bz2 to tgz  (Read 1365 times)

atonau

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tar.bz2 to tgz
« on: July 16, 2008, 02:12:40 pm »

 ??? ??? I'm having troublezzz.. ??? ??? ???

I have install the VL Light edition RC2... then i tried to install a koffice-1.6.3  but i coudnt...  :-\ :-\

The first ime i ried ./configure and tge path of the unrared file... it said me "permission denied"... someone told me to try "installpkg nombre-del-paquete.tgz" but i haven't a tgz i have a tar.bz2... what must i do...

Anyone kan helpmi pleace...

Atonau
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bigpaws

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Re: tar.bz2 to tgz
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2008, 03:36:47 pm »

You will need to install KDE.

You can use ./configure and make as user. Then as root make install.

Bigpaws
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newt

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Re: tar.bz2 to tgz
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2008, 03:37:01 pm »

You could try using moe's vpackager to configure/make/install your koffice package.  What it sounds like you have is the source code for koffice in which case you'll need to unpack, configure, make, make install/checkinstall the package to get it installed.  M0e's created a nice packaging utility called 'vpackager' that can help to automate this process for you.

Alternatives:
-Perhaps koffice is already packaged in the VL repository somewhere, which would be the easiest solutuion.
-You could try using a koffice package from linuxpackages (slackware packages) for v12.

I don't really know, but it's possible you'll run into kde dependency issues trying to use koffice on VL-light???

Good luck!
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