Unable to build libre office
ashnakash at gmail.com
Sun Mar 15 14:59:34 PDT 2015
On Sun, Mar 15, 2015 at 2:03 PM, Anjali Shally <shally.hp5 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to build libre ofiice but while executing make command am
> unable to connect to the proxy server.
> Can i instead of running make ,download the tarball file and the run:
In theory, yes. But I fear there is too much work involved for this to work
You're better off downloading the zipped git repository then `autogen.sh &&
make` on a machine that has full internet access, then copy the full
directory on a machine that is behind proxy.
The 3rdparty tars are not updated often, but when they are, you'll need to
manually download them.
NOTE: Use autogen.sh, NOT configure!
> sudo make install
Besides not using configure, you probably don't want to `make install`.
There are two points here: first, if you have a release of LO installed,
you shouldn't mix it with a repo build, second, you can run any/all
applications directly from the instdir once you have a successful build. So
there is little benefit to installing a repo build, which is most probably
> Will these commands build the office??
> Please suggest something as am unable to proceed further.
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