On Wed, Nov 22, 2000 at 11:05:22AM +0000, John P . Looney came forth with:
> This is a silly one. Just downloaded the binaries of openoffice, and
> installed it into /usr/local/packages/openoffice.
>> Now, running "soffice" or "setup" as a normal user - all bring up the
> same "setup wizard" that looks like it wants to install it again.
>> I remember installing StarOffice about three years back, and it wanted to
> install stuff into my home directory...but this setup wizard was the same
> as the original install wizard. Any ideas what's up ?
>did you do the original setup /net ?
then the next setup will install into your home directory.. if it's still
the same silly setup system..
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