[CFT] cpu stresser^W libreoffice 3.3.0 final

Chip Camden sterling at camdensoftware.com
Fri Feb 4 16:01:42 UTC 2011

Quoth Olivier Smedts on Friday, 04 February 2011:
> 2011/2/3 Robert Huff <roberthuff at rcn.com>:
> > Chip Camden writes:
> >
> >>  Am I the only person who doesn't get libreoffice via portsnap yet?
> >
> >        I built libreoffice-3.3.0 from the port on amd64 yesterday.
> > Subjectively, building seemed tyo go quicker than OO.
> >        After minimal testing, it appears to behave correctly.
> Just installed from ports. I had to mark it MAKE_JOBS_UNSAFE on my
> 8-core CPU because it failed randomly at different stages. I also
> removed the configure line with number of CPUs from the Makefile. Now
> it's OK, but with only one CPU to compile it, I did not find building
> "quicker than OO" :)
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It finally came through on portsnap late yesterday.  The install phase
still filled up my /tmp drive, so I had to umount /tmp, create a symbolic
link to /usr/tmp, and then it installed OK.  My usual /tmp partition has
500MB -- why does the libreoffice install require so much tmp space?  OOo
always installed OK.

Libreoffice seems to run fine, but I haven't put it through its paces
yet.  As long as it basically works, I'm replacing OOo with it, if for no
other reason than to elude the Eye of the Oracle.

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