Subject: Re: missing symlink in openoffice2-bin?
To: Greg Troxel <>
From: Johnny C. Lam <>
List: pkgsrc-users
Date: 08/23/2007 16:37:48
Greg Troxel wrote:
> Mark Davies <> writes:
>> On Tuesday 21 August 2007, Greg Troxel wrote:
>>> "Steven M. Bellovin" <> writes:
>>>> 	cd /usr/pkg
>>>> 	ln -s emul/linux/openoffice.org2.2
>>>> Could someone check this?  My setup is a bit odd.
>>> I am seeing this to, and that fixes things for me.  But, I'm not at
>>> all sure what's correct.  Is there a grand plan for where Linux
>>> programs live on NetBSD/i386?  Sure, libraries unpacked from suse
>>> are in /emul/linux, but for example acroread7 installs under
>>> /usr/pkg but not emul.  Perhaps the bug is that most of oo is in
>>> emul/linux?
>> Is this a recent change related to the new emulator framework?  I 
>> haven't installed openoffice2-bin in a month or so but it has always 
>> installed directly into /usr/pkg for me.
> I think this behavior started with the new framework, but I'm not sure
> that it's intentional.

Yes, this was unintentional.  I've fixed this on HEAD with a PKGREVISION 
bump for openoffice2-bin.


	-- Johnny Lam <>