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Install StarOffice 3.1

Posted on 1997-11-17
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I downloaded staroffice 3.1 from ftp.gwdg.de/pub/Linux/staroffice/
(Sorry wrote wrong url before)
(The file StarOffice-common.tar.gz, StarOffice-english.tar.gz and StarOffice-statbin.tar.gz
When I try to run setup it says:

line 1:syntax erroe at token 'I'
expected declaration; i.e File ...

What can I do to get it to work???


Can it   be my libc that's to old???
How do I update my libc ???
(I'm running redhat 4.2 so if someone can tell me where to find a rpm with libc.5.4.4 or newer or where to find another dile and upgrade)
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Yes the problem is that your libc is to old. Get a newer in the contrib dir at ftp.redhat.com
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