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Hi all,

I've downloaded the tarball from and untared everything. So I've got my directory filled with something like

@LongLink, libreoffice-artwork-, libreoffice-base-, libreoffice-bootstrap-, libreoffice-calc-, libreoffice-components-, libreoffice-extensions-, libreoffice-extras-, libreoffice-filters-, libreoffice-help-, libreoffice-impress-, libreoffice-l10n-, libreoffice-libs-core-, libreoffice-libs-extern-, libreoffice-libs-extern-sys-, libreoffice-libs-gui-, libreoffice-postprocess-, libreoffice-sdk-, libreoffice-testing-, libreoffice-ure-, libreoffice-writer-

Now I cd into libreoffice-bootstrap- and do the
I finally managed to get through this!!!!

When I say "make" it tries to fetch a lot from various web locations which do not exist anymore. Why that? I thought I already downloaded the source with the full tarball????

How can I avoid fetching files from external?
How do I have to organize the source from the already downloaded tarball so that it is recognized by the configure and make procedures?

My uname -a output is: SunOS sxaug21 5.10 Generic_144501-19 i86pc i386

My autogen options where:
./ --with-num-cpus=4 --disable-cups --disable-gconf --disable-gnome-vfs --prefix=/usr/gnu/64 --disable-gstreamer --with-ant-home=/afs/ --without-junit --disable-fetch-external

Any advice?



Dr. Karl Behler 
CODAC & IT services ASDEX Upgrade
phon +49 89 3299-1351 fax 3299-961351

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