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Old 24th February 2011
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Default Building Linux LibreOffice on FreeBSD

You will need rsync and git. You will need to rebuild neon29.
All directories should be /compat/linux/<directory>.
You will need to enable linprocfs, procfs, and linsysfs.
You will need to load lindev and linux.
Use --with-arch=x86.
This build will only work on x86.


The build will stop at an error with /proc.


I'm posting this here because I am working on the build and this will make it easier for others to do the same.

Edit: Didn't have Java installed.
You must use gmake.

Correct the first error in libreoffice/bin/ooinstall with adding /compat/linux to /proc/meminfo at line 34.

Edit 2: In bin, edit setup to include the entire directory path for solenv. Even if you use gmake install, you will need to edit these files.

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