[gobolinux-users] The package for hungarian OpenOffice2.0.4

Jonas Karlsson jonka750 at student.liu.se
Mon Nov 13 21:54:10 UTC 2006

On Mon, 13 Nov 2006 16:05:08 +0100, Viola Zoltán <violazoli at gmail.com>  

> Dear Jonas, Thank You for your email, - I really not have gpg program!
> And now already I know, how should I sign a program!
Good! :)

> The OpenOffice package is created from a original binary (hungarian)
> RPM package, but in the original package the Fonts directory in the
> /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared is a REALLY directory, not a link,
> and in these Fonts directory are a few TTF fonts. I think, it is
> unlogical to have in a system two Fonts directory: one in the
> OpenOffice tree, and one in the /Files. I move the OpenOffice fonts to
> the /Files/Fonts/TrueType, and change the
> /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts to a link. But, in the
> OpenOffice Fonts directory is the truetype directory with lower case,
> so I make this lowercase-link to the /Files/Fonts directory.

Ok. I've looked in the fonts folder of my OpenOffice and thought they only  
occupy 644kB (small compared to the whole suite that occupies 308MB) and  
easily could have been distributed I see what you mean. There could be a  
problem with you moving the font files as the users using the package wont  
be getting those files (as you removed them) but I compared the font files  
in my version of OpenOffice (2.0.2 english) with the fonts in my  
/Files/Fonts directory and they were exactly the same, so I guess that's  
not a problem.

Though I have another solution for your package, if you still don't want  
to distribute the fonts: Instead of making the link  
/Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts -> /Files/Font, why don't you make  
the link /Programs/OpenOffice/2.0.4/Shared/Fonts/truetype ->  
/Files/Font/TrueType? Then the user doesn't have to bother with any links  
and the package is useful directly after SymlinkProgram.


> 2006/11/13, Jonas Karlsson <jonka750 at student.liu.se>:
>> 2006/11/13, Viola Zoltán <violazoli at gmail.com>:
>> > The hungarian OpenOffice--2.0.4--i686_HU.tar.bz2 package is available!
>> >
>> > Downloadable at:
>> >
>> >  
>> http://www.birodalom.net/linux/gobocsomagok/openoffice/openoffice--2.0.4--i686_hu.tar.bz2
>> >  
>> http://www.birodalom.net/linux/gobocsomagok/openoffice/openoffice--2.0.4--i686_hu.md5
>> >
>> > In the install process this write "Invalid signature" error, but this
>> > is not a problem.
>> Why does it complain about a signature? I assume you don't have singed
>> the package before creating it. I really recommend that you do sign it
>> and repackage it. If it isn't signed because you don't have a gpg key
>> to sign with, I suggest you get one.
>> First you need gnupg. Install it with 'Compile gnupg 1.4.5' or use the
>> package (that I've created) in the contribute store 'InstallPackage
>> http://www.midgard.liu.se/~n02jonka/gobolinux/packages/contrib/GnuPG--1.4.5--i686.tar.bz2'
>> (change the mirror to the one closest to you).
>> Then generate a gpg key by issuing 'gpg --gen-key' (the defaults are  
>> ok).
>> When you have a key, sign the program with 'SignProgram OpenOffice  
>> 2.0.4'.
>> > After the "InstallPackage OpenOffice" you should
>> > "SymlinkProgram OpenOffice" and
>> > please make into the /Files/Fonts folder a symlink, named "truetype",
>> > to the /Files/Fonts/TrueType directory!
>> >
>> Is it a typing error or should the link reside in the same folder,
>> that is /Files/Fonts/truetype -> /Files/Fonts/TrueType? Isn't it
>> possible to make the OpenOffice use the capitalized name in that case?
>> > And use the hungarian OpenOffice... Good luck!
>> >
>> I won't use it (as I'm not hungarian), but thanks for the package! :)
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