Hosting LibreOffice online
eymux2009 at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 13 02:43:30 PST 2012
As promised I have created a first version of the Wiki page. I hope it
is not too awful.
On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 10:11 AM, Andor E <eymux2009 at googlemail.com> wrote:
> thanks for the info. That's a lot of stuff to process. I can't
> promise, that I have the time for it right now (even if I'd like to).
> But I will do the write up of the information contained in this thread
> as asked by Michael.
> Andor Ertsey
> On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 9:00 AM, drew <drew at baseanswers.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, 2012-02-09 at 20:23 +0000, Michael Meeks wrote:
>>> On Thu, 2012-02-09 at 12:56 -0500, drew wrote:
>>> > Hope you don't mind.
>>> Of course not ! :-)
>>> > Added Micheal's repo to SuseStudio.
>>> > From within an OpenSUSE 12.1 (32bit) vm project, go to the Software tab,
>>> > click on Add repository and enter the name: mm-gtk3
>>> I hope it'll get out there as a 12.1 update shortly and the problem
>>> will go away.
>>> > That adds the repo to your project, then you can add individual packages
>>> > as needed, as usual.
>>> > ok, could of come up with a better name, I suppose ;)
>>> :-) didn't you have a nice database test / VM image that had a master
>>> build environment ? or at least all the dependencies for that ? I guess
>>> it'd be good to link that from Andor's wiki page as/when he has it
>>> working - and there's nothing like having a LibreOffice window, in a
>>> browser window, inside a virtual-machine window, inside another
>>> (test-drive) browser I suspect ;-)
>> I did use the service to generate a number of VM's, yes - not sure it
>> really made sense for just a straight build system, for most people, as
>> oo one downloaded it other then me :) have used the service to make
>> others though with pre-built stuff, and some even get played with from
>> time to time.
>> But I did want to make one just for the LOOL purpose.
>> so here it is http://susestudio.com/a/NfE1GU/lool-test
>> A basic lamp server(Apache, postgres, no gui) included the C++, Java and
>> Python development patterns from the SuseSTUDIO service, added the other
>> LibO dependencies as needed (well, not libGL for the moment), didn't
>> include a source code tarball (could I suppose)
>> Anyway - installed it here, under virtualbox, and it's been chugging
>> along for awhile on the first build - what I'd like to do is to, after
>> the build, put a version up with everything pre-installed, pull it down
>> and have it just start out of the box (no build required)..but later on
>> that I suppose.
>> @Andor I don't know if any of this would interest you, if so that would
>> be great I'd love to hear from you.
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