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Old 05-06-2004, 09:01 AM   #1
rcnow
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CrossOver Office doesn't work with office!?!!


i get a full version (2.00)of crossoffice
i am running Fedra One
i have no trouble to install crossoffice
and then i intall IE6 for more dll and fonts install
however!! MS office 2000 doesn't install??!!
well, it reply , "install compelely" about 30 sec after i select the .exe file and click next
however, nothing had been install into my computer , why is that??
i had check the crossoffice 's website for support
it said it doesn't work under Fedar one?? then how come i can still install and also install IE6 flowlessly, but doesn't work at all with MS Office ? well i didn't
try anyelse program
becz MS office is the most i need to be install!!
in the support website
it said i have to turn off the "prelink" and "excu-sheild"
and i had done what it ask with login to root
however
still doesn't work?
why is that??
can anyone help me ??!!
 
Old 05-06-2004, 12:39 PM   #2
jcookeman
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With the Fedora and RHEL 3 releases, RedHat has introduced two new features to their Linux: 'prelink' and 'exec shield'. Unfortunately both completely break Wine and therefore CrossOver.

We are still working to better understand the problem but the current workaround is to disable both.

To disable prelink, edit /etc/sysconfig/prelink and change 'yes' to 'no'. Then manually run /etc/cron.daily/prelink as root.

To disable exec shield edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local and add the line

echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/exec-shield

This will turn exec shield off at boot time, to turn it off now type the following command as root

# echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/exec-shield

On Redhat Enterprise Linux 3 you will need to run the following command in the same terminal you launch OfficeSetup or a Crossover based application.

$ ulimit -s unlimited

The above command only affects the shell that it is run in.


Did you make sure you followed that last step for the shell you execute. Don't know if it applies to Fedora, but I don't run it so that's all I can tell you. Go to their IRC channel for more help.
 
Old 05-14-2004, 08:31 AM   #3
rcnow
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Thanks for ur help!
i had try it , however..@_@
still doesn't work on my office 2000
however,
when i borrow office xp from my friend
it install perfectly!!!
Again , thanks for ur help
 
  


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