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Subject svn commit: r14998 - /release/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt
Date Fri, 26 Aug 2016 03:11:33 GMT
Author: orcmid
Date: Fri Aug 26 03:11:33 2016
New Revision: 14998

Log:
Update the 4.1.2-patch1 Linux32 README to reflect the presence of two READMEs in the Zip

Modified:
    release/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt   (contents, props
changed)

Modified: release/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt
==============================================================================
--- release/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt (original)
+++ release/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt Fri Aug 26 03:11:33
2016
@@ -5,6 +5,7 @@ This hotfix ZIP file consists of the fol
 
  * LICENSE.txt		- Information about the Apache License v2
  * Linux32.README.txt	- The file you are reading
+ * Linux32.README_de.txt - German
  * NOTICE.txt		- Software notes
  * libtl.so		- Patch file that you will need to install
  * libtl.so.asc		- Public signature file of the developer who built the patch file
@@ -37,66 +38,66 @@ This file provides basic instructions fo
 
 1.  Open a console window and login as root with the following command:
 
-	$ su -
+    $ su -
 
 2.  Locate where Apache OpenOffice is installed on your system:
-	a) If you already know where Apache OpenOffice is located on your system, navigate
-	   to that directory. Example:
+    a) If you already know where Apache OpenOffice is located on your system, navigate
+       to that directory. Example:
 
-	$ cd /opt/openoffice4
+    $ cd /opt/openoffice4
 
-	b) If you do not know this, you can use your package manager (e.g., RPM) to find
-	   this, or use the "locate" command. Examples:
+    b) If you do not know this, you can use your package manager (e.g., RPM) to find
+       this, or use the "locate" command. Examples:
 
-	$ rpm -ql openoffice-core04-4.1.2-9782.i586 | grep libtl.so
-	$ locate openoffice | grep program
+    $ rpm -ql openoffice-core04-4.1.2-9782.i586 | grep libtl.so
+    $ locate openoffice | grep program
 
-	The commands show you the "program" sub-directory where Apache OpenOffice is
-	installed.
+    The commands show you the "program" sub-directory where Apache OpenOffice is
+    installed.
 
-	For illustration, let's assume "/opt/openoffice4" is the directory location of
-	OpenOffice. Navigate to the "program" sub-directory:
+    For illustration, let's assume "/opt/openoffice4" is the directory location of
+    OpenOffice. Navigate to the "program" sub-directory:
 
 3.  Navigate to the "program" sub-directory of your Apache OpenOffice installation:
 
-	$ cd /opt/openoffice4/program
+    $ cd /opt/openoffice4/program
 
 4.  List the files in the Apache OpenOffice program sub-directory:
 
-	$ ls
+    $ ls
 
-	You should see a file listed as "libtl.so".
+    You should see a file listed as "libtl.so".
 
 5.  Make a backup of the existing file by renaming it.
-	You can leave this where it is if you like:
+    You can leave this where it is if you like:
 
-	$ mv libtl.so libtl.so.org
+    $ mv libtl.so libtl.so.org
 
 6.  Copy the new "libtl.so" provided by this hotfix to the "program" sub-directory.
-	Use your download folder with the saved and extraced ZIP file to copy it to the
-	"program" sub-directory. Use the following command to copy the file:
+    Use your download folder with the saved and extraced ZIP file to copy it to the
+    "program" sub-directory. Use the following command to copy the file:
 
-	$ cp -p /home/jane/Downloads/libtl.so .
-	(the last dot "." is an abbreviation for the current directory)
+    $ cp -p /home/jane/Downloads/libtl.so .
+    (the last dot "." is an abbreviation for the current directory)
 
 7.  Verify that the "libtl.so" got placed in the "program" sub-directory.
 
-	$ ls -al
+    $ ls -al
 
-	This will allow you to verify permission settings on the new file.
+    This will allow you to verify permission settings on the new file.
 
-	Important:
-	If it is NOT listed as "-r--r--r-- 1 root root", go to Step 8.
+    Important:
+    If it is NOT listed as "-r--r--r-- 1 root root", go to Step 8.
 
 8.  Change file ownership and permissions.
-	To correct the ownership and permission settings on the new "libtl.so", execute both
-	commands still in the console window as root in the "program" sub-directory:
+    To correct the ownership and permission settings on the new "libtl.so", execute both
+    commands still in the console window as root in the "program" sub-directory:
 
-	$ chown root:root libtl.so
-	$ chmod 444 libtl.so
+    $ chown root:root libtl.so
+    $ chmod 444 libtl.so
 
 9.  Now the patch work is done and you can exit the console window:
 
-	$ exit
+    $ exit
 
 10. Start Apache OpenOffice as you normally would as a non-privileged user.

Propchange: release/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt
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--- svn:mergeinfo (added)
+++ svn:mergeinfo Fri Aug 26 03:11:33 2016
@@ -0,0 +1 @@
+/dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt:14983-14994



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