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Date:      Mon, 26 Jan 2004 11:02:04 -0600
From:      Nathan Kinkade <nkinkade@ub.edu.bz>
To:        chip <chip@wiegand.org>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: open office install fails after two days of installing
Message-ID:  <20040126170204.GD3937@npkfbsd>
In-Reply-To: <40152458.2070708@wiegand.org>
References:  <20040125221404.92874.qmail@web14608.mail.yahoo.com> <4014B47B.1030505@wiegand.org> <20040125224247.47b159c7.cpressey@catseye.mine.nu> <40152458.2070708@wiegand.org>

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On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 06:29:44AM -0800, chip wrote:
> Chris Pressey wrote:
> >On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 22:32:27 -0800
> >chip <chip@wiegand.org> wrote:
> >
> >
> >>Okay, I downloaded and installed the .tbz file, moved it to /usr/local=
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> >>and ran pkg_add. It finished, and the instructions on the screen say to=
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> >>just run openoffice on the command line and answer a few questions. Whe=
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> >>I run the command I get command not found, as user and as root. What di=
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> >>I do wrong?
> >
> >
> >You may have to type 'rehash' first.
> >
> >-Chris
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> I have done that and still no good.
> --
> Chip

Try taking a look at what/where the package installed files using
pkg_add.  On my machine there is no binary or symlink called
'openoffice' either.  However, I can do this to find it:

$ pkg_info -L "openoffice*" | grep 'bin/openoffice'

=2E.. and found that it's actually at /usr/local/bin/openoffice_1.1

Nathan
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