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Old 06-24-2005, 10:20 AM   #1
Yaguarundi
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Talking OpenOffice 2.0beta, running well but need install a Native Language Module


Hi.

Recently I installed OO 2.0beta using
rpm2tgz *.rpm
pkgtool (saying yes to almost all the packages)

Im using KDE and OO runs well on it. Now I need to install my native language module, but the OOo_1.9.109_LinuxIntel_langpack_*.sh package it seems to install only RPMs.

Somebody knows how to extract the RPMs that come with the *.sh packages?

Thanks.
 
Old 06-24-2005, 11:35 AM   #2
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1) I wrote a SlackBuild script for properly rebuilding the OOo 2.0 Beta packages into proper Slackware format. It can be found here:

http://slackbuild.strangeworlds.co.uk/ooo/ooo.tar.gz

(Unzip & untar the file to get the SlackBuild script + the various slack-desc files also required, put the OOo 2.0 Beta *.tar.gz file in the same directory and run the script as root, and proper Slackware packages will be left in /tmp for you.)

2) Assuming the Spanish language pack works the same as the others:
Code:
FILE=OOo_1.9.109_LinuxIntel_langpack_es.sh
mkdir /tmp/ooo-langpack
tail -n +`cat $FILE | egrep --binary-files=text "linenum=" | sed s/linenum=//` $FILE | gunzip | (cd /tmp/ooo-langpack; tar xvf -)
cd /tmp/ooo-langpack

#This line is optional
rename -1.i586 -i586-1 *
 
  


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