Solaris Sparc/x86

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Installation

The Solaris Package Manager is a powerful tool you can use to deploy software packages both locally and throughout a network.

Documentation note.png These instructions assume you have downloaded and extracted the Apache OpenOffice installation files.
  1. Become root if necessary
     su -
  2. Change directory to:
    <OpenOffice.org_unzip-dir>/packages
  3. For a silent installation of Apache OpenOffice, you must create an admin file. This hides any recurring queries during the installation.
    echo action=nocheck > /tmp/admin
    echo conflict=quit >> /tmp/admin
    echo idepend=nocheck >> /tmp/admin
  4. Install the OpenOffice.org packages :
    pkgadd -n -a /tmp/admin -d . *

You can safely delete the Apache OpenOffice installation packages after the install is complete.

Uninstall

Do not delete the Apache OpenOffice files from the file system. You must use either the Apache OpenOffice Java setup or the pkgrm tool to uninstall Apache OpenOffice.

  1. Become root if necessary
    su -
  2. Create a file 'ooo_packages' with all Apache OpenOffice related Solaris packages
    pkginfo -x | cut  -f1 -d " " | grep ooo > /tmp/ooo_packages
  3. For a silent uninstall of Apache OpenOffice, you must create an admin file. This hides any recurring queries during the uninstall.
    echo action=nocheck > /tmp/admin
    echo conflict=nocheck >> /tmp/admin
    echo rdepend=nocheck >> /tmp/admin
  4. Remove all packages listed in the file
    pkgrm -a /tmp/admin -n `cat /tmp/ooo_packages`
  5. Depending on your Java environment you may choose to uninstall additional packages which were installed by the Apache OpenOffice installer:
    pkgrm SUNWj6man SUNWj6cfg
    Documentation caution.png Uninstalling these packages could damage your Java environment.
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