Jul 082011
 Posted by on July 8, 2011 at 4:44 am csh / tcsh, OpenOffice, Solaris Unix, Unix OS Tagged with: , ,  Add comments

1. Log in as a non-root user and copy the OOo_2.0.0_SolarisSparc_install.tar.gz file to a folder in Solaris machine.

2. Extract the tar.gz file using following command:
tar –xvf OOo_2.0.0_SolarisSparc_install.tar.gz

3. Once extracted move to the packages folder
cd /export/home/OOO680_m3_native_packed-1_en-US.8968/packages
and run the below given script to extract all the files to temp folder.
Let the script is saved in name extract.sh

Command to run it is :
chmod –R 777 extract.sh ( To give executable permission)
./extract.sh * ( To Extract)

## extract files from a set of packages
## ext *
## 10/31/2005 sws
#echo $argv
set names=($argv)
echo Files to be checked: $names
mkdir temp
foreach var ($names)
echo "$var..."
if (-d $var) then
if (-d $var/archive) then
echo " unpacking"
bzcat $var/archive/none.bz2 >$var.cpio
cd temp; cpio -idv endif

4. Copy/Move the extracted temp folder to /opt/ and rename it to OOffice and cd to /opt/OOffice/program/ and run the following commands to link all the files

ln -s libicudata.so.26.0 libicudata.so

ln -s libicudata.so.26.0 libicudata.so.26

ln -s libicui18n.so.26.0 libicui18n.so

ln -s libicui18n.so.26.0 libicui18n.so.26

ln -s libicule.so.26.0 libicule.so.26

ln -s libicuuc.so.26.0 libicuuc.so.26

ln -s libjvmaccessC52.so.3 libjvmaccessC52.so

ln -s libjvmfwk.so.3 libjvmfwk.so

ln -s libpython2.3.so.1.0 libpython2.3.so

ln -s libpython2.3.so.1.0 libpython2.3.so.1

ln -s libreg.so.3 libreg.so

ln -s librmcxt.so.3 librmcxt.so

ln -s libstore.so.3 libstore.so

ln -s libuno_cppuhelperC52.so.3 libuno_cppuhelperC52.so

ln -s libuno_salhelperC52.so.3 libuno_salhelperC52.so

ln -s soffice pkgchk

ln -s python.sh* python

ln -s ./python-core-2.3.4 python-core

ln -s soffice spadmin

5. Once linking all files finished start the service. To start the service use the following command.

./soffice -invisible -“accept=socket,host=0,port=8100;urp” &

6. The above command will pop out a configurator only for once, follow the screenshots to configure

OpenOffice Installation as non-root user screenshots

OpenOffice Installation as non-root user screenshots

OpenOffice Installation as non-root user screenshots

OpenOffice Installation as non-root user screenshots

7. Use the below command to check the service has started on port 8100 or not

netstat –an | grep –i 8100

8. This finishes the installation of Open Office as Non-Root.

Refer to: http://www.oooforum.org/forum/viewtopic.phtml?t=26173

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