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have you installed it?
Where do you install?- /usr/local?
I am not able to understand much from the README?
So I untar the file in the desired( but where) and enter what?
Please can you advise me stepwise.
Looks as though you don't have TCL installed. Install it and the retry the toolbar.
My understanding of the install process is that it automatically adds itself to your current OOo installation and so should be available to all. But I've never installed it and so cannot give you a definitive answer.
Thanks a lot.
Excellent, it worked after installing TCL. Now i want to correct it. I have installed in my home directory, so should I do it for /usr/local or it should be installed in my home?
Well I tried to do it in usr/local but doesn't work.
Here is the error message. any suggestions.
couldn't open "~/.sversionrc": no such file or directory
"open "~/.sversionrc" r"
(procedure "guessOOoDir" line 5)
invoked from within
(file "quickInstall.tcl" line 82)
Do a 'whereis sversionrc' or 'locate sversionrc' to see where it is installed - it looks to me as though it is installed in a home directory. Were you root when you installed? That may make a difference. You may need to install for each user individually.
It may also be a good idea (whether you get it installed or not) to contact the writer of this app with feedback on your experiences. Much of this could have been fixed with decent documentation.
No problem - if you have a large number of users, and running the file individually is too much difficulty, you could try su'ing as root (or logging in as root) and copying the relevant files into all the home directories.