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From ksch...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r14661 - /dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2016 18:17:32 GMT
Author: kschenk
Date: Thu Aug  4 18:17:32 2016
New Revision: 14661

Log:
Changed number scheme and fixed formatting.


Modified:
    dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt

Modified: dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt
==============================================================================
--- dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt (original)
+++ dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/Linux32/Linux32.README.txt Thu Aug  4 18:17:32 2016
@@ -10,35 +10,39 @@ https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/relea
 
 This file provides basic instructions for installing the replacment file, libtl.so, into
your existing Apache OpenOffice installation. You will need to do this replacement using a
console (terminal) window and will likely need to use "root" (administrator) access to your
system.
 
-Step 1: Open a console window and login to a console window as root.
+0. Make sure OpenOffice is not being used.
+
+1.  Open a console window and login to a console window as root.
 	Command in console window: su -
 
-Step 2: a)If you already know where Apache OpenOffice is located on your system, navigate
+2.  Locate where Apache OpenOffic is installed on your system.
+	a)If you already know where Apache OpenOffice is located on your system, navigate
  	to that directory. Example: "cd /opt/openoffice4". 
-	b) If you do not know where Apapaceh OpenOffice is located on your system, you
-	can use the "locate" comand to find the location. Example: "locate openoffice".
+    	b) If you do not know where Apache OpenOffice is located on your system, you
+	can use your package manager to find this, or use the "locate" comand to find the location.
+
+	Example: "locate openoffice".
+
 	The locate command may produce a lot of output but at some point you should see
 	the actual location on your system where Apache OpenOffice is installed. 
 	Navigate to that location.
 
-Step 3: Navigate to the "program" subdirectory of your Apache OpenOffice installation
-	area.
-	You should now be located in the openoffice4 installation area of your system.
-	For illustration, this will be called /opt/openoffice4. Navigate to the "program" 		subdirectory.

-	Command: cd "program"
-
-	You should now be in directory /opt/openoffice4/program
+3.  Navigate to the "program" subdirectory of your Apache OpenOffice installation
+    area.
+	For illustration, let's assume /opt/openoffice4 is the directory location of
+	OpenOffice. Navigate to the "program" subdirectory. 
+	Command: cd /opt/openoffice4"program"
 
-Step 4: List the files in the Apache OpenOffice program subdirectory.
+4.  List the files in the Apache OpenOffice program subdirectory.
 	Command: "ls"
 
 	You should see a file called "libtl.so".
 
-Step 5: Rename the existing libtl.so.
+5.  Make a backup of the existing libtl.so by renaming it.
 	You can leave this renamed libtl.so where it is if you like.
 	Command: "mv libtl.so libtl.so.orig"
 
-Step 6: Save the libtl.so provided in this area to your Apache OpenOffice program folder.
+6.  Save the libtl.so provided in this area to your Apache OpenOffice program folder.
 
 	You should download the libtl.so provided here as a non-root user. Then using
 	your root console window already open, copy it from the downloaded location to
@@ -54,21 +58,21 @@ Step 6: Save the libtl.so provided in th
 	Command: cp /home/jane/Downloads/libtl.so . 
 	the last part of this command is a dot (.)
 
-Step 7: Verify that the libtl.so got placed in the "program" directory.
+7.  Verify that the libtl.so got placed in the "program" directory.
 
 	Command: ls -al
 
 	This will allow you to verify permission settings on the new file. If it is NOT
 	set as "-r--r--r-- 1 root root", go to Step 8.
 
-Step 8: Fix ownership and permissions if needed.
+8.  Fix ownership and permissions if needed.
 	To correct the ownership/ permission settings on the new  libtl.so, do the 
 	following still in the command window as root in /opt/openoffice4/program:
 
 	Command: chown root:root libtl.so
 	Command: chmod 755 libtl.so
 
-Step 9: Start Apache OpenOffice as your normally would as a non-priviledged user.
+9.  Start Apache OpenOffice as your normally would as a non-priviledged user.
 
 
 



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