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    Smile Help with an Office Suite


    Hi everybody, i have a massive trouble with my Gentoo, I downloaded Open Office in a RPM format but when I run this command: #rpm -ivh *rpm it SIMPLY DOESN'T WORK, it says that has a dependency error.

    I tried to install KOffice too but there is a problem with a opengl flag, so I don't know if there is an installer that is only one file and install it more easely.

    Thanks guys.

    Many.

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    You'll have better luck if you'll use the packages found in the Gentoo repositories.
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    For Koffice you probably just need "opengl" in your use flags.

    For open office, you need to emerge "openoffice-bin".

    Remember, there is nothing particularly easy about Gentoo until you get everything setup like you like it, and it pretty much runs itself then.

    Code is Poetry

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    Thanks, I try to put the opengl flag but when I run #emerge koffice says that I have to re-emerge the X11/qt with that flag, what should I do?

    I have to put some flag before to use the #emerge openoffice-bin? or some dependency?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Many View Post
    Thanks, I try to put the opengl flag but when I run #emerge koffice says that I have to re-emerge the X11/qt with that flag, what should I do?

    I have to put some flag before to use the #emerge openoffice-bin? or some dependency?
    After you put opengl in your use flags, you need to rebuild your world with that use flag. Every time you add or subtract use flags you need to do this.
    Code:
    emerge -avuDN world
    Then review what it is going to rebuild, hit "y" if you agree, then hit enter.

    For openoffice-bin, you can enable/disable use flags as you see fit. To review the use flags, just do this:
    Code:
    emerge -av openoffice-bin
    and select "no" if you want to change a use flag. Then add that to your USE flags in make.conf, and then do that command again. If you agree, type in "y" and hit enter, and it will emerge away.

    Portage isn't hard to use, it just takes some getting used to the USE flags and what you need to do to enable and use them.

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    :O i didn't know that "world" thing, thanks dude...I will try it and see what happens....

    Thanks really....

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    Linux Enthusiast gruven's Avatar
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    Here is some very nice documentation about portage if you aren't familiar with Gentoo:
    Gentoo Linux Documentation -- A Portage Introduction

    It will help you maintain your install using portage, and explain some of its features.

    Code is Poetry

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    I will check it, thanks

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