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StarOffice setup core dump

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Ive downloaded the newest newest StarOffice, 3.1 I believe, I got the three packages that I needed of course and gunziped them all to in /usr/local/. Now, when I cd to StarOffice-3.1 and ./setup It gives a seg fault and core dumps... So I thought Id try and find some rpm packages for staroffice and I did. I have the exact same problem with that. I believe it has something to do woth the setup program that comes with the statbin package. (the setup program in StarOffice-3.1/linux-x86/bin/). I have the new libc5.4.4 version from gnu and Im running redhat 5.0 with kernel version 2.0.34. Id love to get this program working and if someone could help me out that would be great
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Hi,
       go to www.stardivision.com and download StarOffice 4.0
version. I've downloaded it already and made running smoothly.
I had the same problem as you do and I solved it by running setup.bin directly, because setup script itself wants to run some system commands which do core dump when the new libc is loaded.

Hope this helps, if the problem will persist, let me know.

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             Radovan
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