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Authored by: uisdean on Jan 08, '03 09:48:23PM

That's intereesting that you can get OO to run. I couldn't. I'm getting error's like:

salogl.cxx/GetOGLFnc(): Could not load symbol glFlush
dyld: /Applications/OpenOffice.org1.0.1/program/soffice.bin Undefined symbols:
OpenGL undefined reference to _gll_noop expected to be defined in /usr/X11R6/lib/libGL.dylib
OpenGL undefined reference to _gll_pkey expected to be defined in /usr/X11R6/lib/libGL.dylib
Trace/BPT trap

I have no clue what these might mean. I'm using the script that was given at the end of the installation process to run OO.



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OpenOffice.org
Authored by: quentinsf on Jan 09, '03 04:17:32AM
If X is already running, you can start OpenOffice with something like:
/Applications/OpenOffice.org1.0.1/program/soffice (That's what I put in the X Applications menu) I suspect the script may not be your problem, though...

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OpenOffice.org works from applications menu
Authored by: uisdean on Jan 09, '03 07:54:18AM

Thanks! the script was somehow the problem. Putting soffice into the xwindows application menu, as you described, works.



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OpenOffice.org
Authored by: quentinsf on Jan 09, '03 04:38:33AM

I notice the System Requirements on the download page:

Mac OS X v.10.2 "Jaguar" or later.
GL Direct Rendering requires v.10.2.3.

Could the latter be your problem?



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