Java 8 Update 231 Build 11 Won't Download Onto My Mac

Posted : admin On 11/24/2021
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1JDK-8160893client‑libs[macosx] JMenuItems in JPopupMenu are not accessible
2JDK-8177315client‑libsbackout changes for 8176516 (backport of 8173791)
3JDK-8039412client‑libs2dStack overflow on Linux using DialogTypeSelection.NATIVE
4JDK-8040635client‑libs2d[macosx] Printing a shape filled with a texture doesn't work under Mac OS X
5JDK-8058316client‑libs2dlookupDefaultPrintService returns null on Solaris 11 when default printer is set using lpoptions command
6JDK-8061258client‑libs2d[macosx] PrinterJob's native Print Dialog does not reflect specified Copies or Page Ranges
7JDK-8067059client‑libs2dPrinterJob.pageDialog() with DialogSelectionType.NATIVE returns a PageFormat when cancelled.
8JDK-8074562client‑libs2dCID keyed OpenType fonts are not supported by T2K
9JDK-8089573client‑libs2d[macosx] Incorrect char to glyph mapping printing on OSX 10.10
10JDK-8158356client‑libs2dSIGSEGV when attempting to rotate BufferedImage using AffineTransform by NaN degrees
11JDK-8160664client‑libs2dJVM crashed with font manager on Solaris 12
12JDK-8162488client‑libs2dJDK should be updated to use LittleCMS 2.8
13JDK-8162796client‑libs2d[macosx] LinearGradientPaint and RadialGradientPaint are not printed on OS X.
14JDK-8167102client‑libs2d[macosx] PrintRequestAttributeSet breaks page size set using PageFormat
15JDK-8170552client‑libs2d[macosx] Wrong rendering of diacritics on macOS
16JDK-8170913client‑libs2dJava '1.8.0_112' on Windows 10 displays different characters for EUDCs from ones created in eudcedit.exe.
17JDK-8170950client‑libs2dText is displayed in bold when fonts are installed into symlinked folder
18JDK-8175025client‑libs2dThe copyright section in the test/java/awt/font/TextLayout/ should be updated
19JDK-8176530client‑libs2dJDK support for JavaFX modal print dialogs
20JDK-4953367client‑libsjava.awtMAWT: Java should be more careful manipulating NLSPATH, XFILESEARCHPATH env variables
21JDK-6980209client‑libsjava.awtMake tracking SecondaryLoop.enter/exit methods easier
22JDK-8035568client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] Cursor management unification
23JDK-8040322client‑libsjava.awtTextArea.replaceRange() and insert() are broken with setText(null)
24JDK-8050478client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] Cursor not updating correctly after closing a modal dialog
25JDK-8075516client‑libsjava.awtDeleting a file from either the open or save java.awt.FileDialog hangs.
26JDK-8139189client‑libsjava.awtVK_OEM_102 dead key detected as VK_UNDEFINED
27JDK-8140525client‑libsjava.awtAwtFrame::WmShowWindow() may steal focus
28JDK-8156116client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] two JNI locals to delete in AWTWindow.m, CGraphicsEnv.m
29JDK-8156723client‑libsjava.awtJVM crash at
30JDK-8160570client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] modal dialog can skip the activation/focus events
31JDK-8160623client‑libsjava.awt[PIT] Exception running java/awt/event/KeyEvent/KeyChar/
32JDK-8160696client‑libsjava.awtIllegalArgumentException: adding a component to a container on a different GraphicsDevice
33JDK-8160941client‑libsjava.awt'text/uri‑list' dataflavor concats the first two strings
34JDK-8163583client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] Press 'To Back' button on the Dialog,the Dialog moves behind the Frame
35JDK-8165717client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] Various memory leaks in jdk9
36JDK-8169355client‑libsjava.awtDiacritics input works incorrectly on Windows if Spanish (Latin American) keyboard layout is used
37JDK-8173853client‑libsjava.awtIllegalArgumentException in java.awt.image.ReplicateScaleFilter
38JDK-8173876client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] Fast precise scrolling and DeltaAccumulator fix for macOS Sierra 10.12.2
39JDK-8176490client‑libsjava.awt[macosx] Sometimes NSWindow.isZoomed hangs
40JDK-8136570client‑libsjava.awt:i18nStop changing user environment variables related to /usr/dt
41JDK-8159696client‑libsjava.beansjava.beans.MethodRef#get throws NullPointerException
42JDK-8076249client‑libsjavax.accessibilityNPE in AccessBridge while editing JList model
43JDK-8076554client‑libsjavax.accessibility[macosx] Custom Swing text components need to allow standard accessibility
44JDK-8145207client‑libsjavax.accessibility[macosx] JList, VO can't access non‑visible list items
45JDK-8165829client‑libsjavax.accessibilityAndroid Studio 2.x crashes with NPE at sun.lwawt.macosx.CAccessibility.getAccessibleIndexInParent
46JDK-8171808client‑libsjavax.accessibilityPerformance problems in dialogs with large tables when JAB activated
47JDK-8175915client‑libsjavax.accessibilityNullPointerException from JComboBox and JList when Accessibility enabled
48JDK-8168751client‑libsjavax.soundTwo 'Direct Clip' threads are created to play the same 'AudioClip' object, what makes clip sound corrupted
49JDK-7172652client‑libsjavax.swingWith JDK 1.7 text field does not obtain focus when using mnemonic Alt/Key combin
50JDK-8152981client‑libsjavax.swingDouble icons with JMenuItem setHorizontalTextPosition on Win 10
51JDK-8158325client‑libsjavax.swingMemory leak in removed JMenuItems are still referenced
52JDK-8161664client‑libsjavax.swingMemory leak in removed progress bar still referenced
53JDK-8177450client‑libsjavax.swingjavax.swing.text.html.parser.Parser parseScript ignores a character after comment end
54JDK-8163518core‑libsjava.ioInteger overflow in and
55JDK-8169556core‑libsjava.ioWrap FileInputStream's native skip and available methods
56JDK-8161039core‑libsjava.langSystem.getProperty('os.version') returns incorrect version number on Mac
57JDK-8170153core‑libsjava.langPPC64/s390x/aarch64: Poor StrictMath performance due to non‑optimized compilation
58JDK-8170873core‑libsjava.langPPC64/aarch64: Poor StrictMath performance due to non‑optimized compilation
59JDK-8172053core‑libsjava.lang(ppc64) Downport of 8170153 breaks build on linux/ppc64 (big endian)
60JDK-8173654core‑libsjava.langRegression since 8u60: System.getenv doesn't return env var set in JNI code
61JDK-8174729core‑libsjava.lang:reflectRace Condition in java.lang.reflect.WeakCache
62JDK-6947916core‑libsjava.netJarURLConnection does not handle useCaches correctly
63JDK-8022580core‑ path) handles 'null' incorrectly
64JDK-8035158core‑libsjava.netRemove dependency on sun.misc.RegexpPool and friends
65JDK-8035653core‑libsjava.netInetAddress.getLocalHost crash
66JDK-8071424core‑libsjava.netJCK test api/java_net/Socket/descriptions.html#Bind crashes on Windows
67JDK-8075484core‑libsjava.netSocketInputStream.socketRead0 can hang even with soTimeout set
68JDK-8145732core‑libsjava.netDuplicate entry in http.nonProxyHosts will ignore subsequent entries
69JDK-8159410core‑libsjava.netInetAddress.isReachable returns true for non existing IP addresses
70JDK-8166747core‑libsjava.netAdd invalid network / computer name cases to isReachable known failure switch
71JDK-8169865core‑libsjava.netDownport minor fixes in native code from JDK 9 to JDK 8
72JDK-8182672core‑libsjava.netJava 8u121 on Linux intermittently returns null for MAC address
73JDK-8145981core‑libsjava.nio(fs) LinuxWatchService can reports events against wrong directory
74JDK-8153925core‑libsjava.nio(fs) WatchService hangs on GetOverlappedResult and locks directory (win)
75JDK-8165231core‑libsjava.niojava.nio.Bits.unaligned() doesn't return true on ppc
76JDK-8180949core‑libsjava.rmiCorrectly handle exception in TCPChannel.createConnection
77JDK-8054214core‑libsjava.timeJapaneseEra.getDisplayName doesn't return names if it's an additional era
78JDK-8164366core‑libsjava.timeZoneOffset.ofHoursMinutesSeconds() does not reject invalid input
79JDK-8173423core‑libsjava.timeWrong display name for supplemental Japanese era
80JDK-8177678core‑libsjava.timeOverstatement of universality of Era.getDisplayName() implementation
81JDK-8165243core‑libsjava.utilBase64.Encoder.wrap(os).write(byte[],int,int) with incorrect arguments should not produce output
82JDK-8166507core‑libsjava.util.concurrentConcurrentSkipListSet.clear() can leave the Set in an invalid state
83JDK-8179515core‑libsjava.util.concurrentClass java.util.concurrent.ThreadLocalRandom fails to Initialize when using SecurityManager
84JDK-8169056core‑libsjava.util.regexStringIndexOutOfBoundsException in Pattern.compile with CANON_EQ flag
85JDK-8129361core‑libsjava.util:i18nISO 4217 amendment 160
86JDK-8145952core‑libsjava.util:i18nCurrency update needed for ISO 4217 Amendment #161
87JDK-8164784core‑libsjava.util:i18nCurrency update needed for ISO 4217 Amendment #162.
88JDK-8174736core‑libsjava.util:i18n[JCP] [Mac]Cannot launch JCP on Mac os with language set to 'Chinese, Simplified' while region is not China
89JDK-8174779core‑libsjava.util:i18nLocale issues with Mac 10.12
90JDK-8177776core‑libsjava.util:i18nCreate an equivalent test case for JDK9's SupplementalJapaneseEraTest
91JDK-8149521core‑libsjavax.namingautomatic discovery of LDAP servers with Kerberos authentication
92JDK-8163945core‑libsjdk.nashornHonor Number type hint in toPrimitive on Numbers
93JDK-8166902core‑libsjdk.nashornNested object literal property maps not reset in optimistic recompilation
94JDK-8168373core‑libsjdk.nashorn'Bad local variable type' in ES6 Nashorn when reassigning a `let` within a `try`
95JDK-8170565core‑libsjdk.nashornJSObject call() is passed undefined for the argument 'thiz'
96JDK-8170594core‑libsjdk.nashorn>>>=0 generates invalid bytecode for BaseNode LHS
97JDK-8170977core‑libsjdk.nashornSparseArrayData should not grow its underlying dense array data
98JDK-8171219core‑libsjdk.nashornMissing checks in sparse array shift() implementation
99JDK-8171849core‑libsjdk.nashornCan't unambiguously select between fixed arity signatures [(java.util.Collection), (java.util.Map)]
100JDK-8176511core‑libsjdk.nashornJSObject property access is broken for numeric keys outside the int range
101JDK-8181191core‑libsjdk.nashorngetUint32 returning Long
102JDK-8153711core‑svcdebugger[REDO] JDWP: Memory Leak: GlobalRefs never deleted when processing invokeMethod command
103JDK-8160024core‑svcdebuggerjdb returns invalid argument count if first parameter to Arrays.asList is null
104JDK-8164843core‑svctoolsUsageTracker should limit records and avoid truncation
105JDK-8169236core‑svctoolsJRE 8u112 attempts to run ICACLS.EXE on startup in Windows 10 Version 1607, build 14393
106JDK-8173664core‑svctoolsTypo in‑snapshot/hprof‑binary‑format.html
107JDK-8174806deploypackagerPackager update App Store runtime rules for libjfxwebkit.dylib
108JDK-8164410deploypluginJRE 6u121 causes applet to fail with: Reset deny session certificate store
109JDK-8022291deploywebstartMac OS: Unexpected JavaLaunchHelper message displaying
110JDK-8161700deploywebstartDeadlock in Java Web Start application involving JNLPClassLoader
111JDK-8161986deploywebstartSelecting 32/64 bit resources failed if user has installed both jre's
112JDK-8167306deploywebstartSide effects of using url schema handler.
113JDK-8038348hotspotcompilerInstance field load is replaced by wrong data Phi
114JDK-8043913hotspotcompilerremove legacy code in SPARC's VM_Version::platform_features
115JDK-8134119hotspotcompilerUse new API to get cache line sizes
116JDK-8134389hotspotcompilerCrash in HotSpot with jvm.dll+0x42b48 ciObjectFactory::create_new_metadata
117JDK-8134918hotspotcompilerC2: Type speculation produces mismatched unsafe accesses
118JDK-8140309hotspotcompiler[REDO] failed: no mismatched stores, except on raw memory: StoreB StoreI
119JDK-8143897hotspotcompilerWeblogic12medrec assert(handler_address SharedRuntime::compute_compiled_exc_handler(nm, pc, exception, force_unwind, true)) failed: Must be the same
120JDK-8152172hotspotcompilerPPC64: Support AES intrinsics
121JDK-8153134hotspotcompilerInfinite loop in handle_wrong_method in jmod
122JDK-8153267hotspotcompilernmethod's exception cache not multi‑thread safe
123JDK-8154945hotspotcompilerEnable 8130150 and 8081778 intrinsics by default
124JDK-8155781hotspotcompilerC2: opaque unsafe access triggers an assert
125JDK-8157181hotspotcompilerCompilers accept modification of final fields outside initializer methods
126JDK-8157306hotspotcompilerRandom infrequent null pointer exceptions in javac
127JDK-8158639hotspotcompilerC2 compilation fails with SIGSEGV
128JDK-8162101hotspotcompilerC2: Handle 'wide' aliases for unsafe accesses
129JDK-8162384hotspotcompilerPerformance regression: bimorphic inlining may be bypassed by type speculation
130JDK-8162496hotspotcompilermissing precedence edge for anti_dependence
131JDK-8164002hotspotcompilerAdd a new CPU family (S_family) for SPARC S7 and above processors
132JDK-8164293hotspotcompilerHotSpot leaking memory in long‑running requests
133JDK-8164508hotspotcompilerunexpected profiling mismatch in c1 generated code
134JDK-8165482hotspotcompilerjava in ldoms, with cpu‑arch=generic has problems
135JDK-8173373hotspotcompilerC1: NPE is thrown instead of LinkageError when accessing inaccessible field on NULL receiver
136JDK-8175887hotspotcompilerC1 value numbering handling of Unsafe.get*Volatile is incorrect
137JDK-8177095hotspotcompilerRange check dependent CastII/ConvI2L is prematurely eliminated
138JDK-8140584hotspotgcnmethod::oops_do_marking_epilogue always runs verification code
139JDK-8153176hotspotgcLong pause in ParOldGC, because ParallelTaskTerminator peeks wrong TaskQueueSet
140JDK-8168914hotspotgcCrash in ClassLoaderData/JNIHandleBlock::oops_do during concurrent marking
141JDK-8170409hotspotgcCMS: Crash in CardTableModRefBSForCTRS::process_chunk_boundaries
142JDK-8175813hotspotgcPPC64: 'mbind: Invalid argument' when ‑XX:+UseNUMA is used
143JDK-8180048hotspotgcInterned string and symbol table leak memory during parallel unlinking
144JDK-8034249hotspotjvmtineed more workarounds for suspend equivalent condition issue
145JDK-8081219hotspotjvmtihs_err improvement: Add event logging for class redefinition to the hs_err file
146JDK-8162795hotspotjvmti[REDO] MemberNameTable doesn't purge stale entries
147JDK-8049717hotspotruntimeexpose L1_data_cache_line_size for diagnostic/sanity checks
148JDK-8087342hotspotruntimeCrash in klassItable::initialize_itable_for_interface when running SelectionResolution
149JDK-8162766hotspotruntimeUnsafe_DefineClass0 accesses raw oops while in _thread_in_native
150JDK-8163969hotspotruntimeCyclic interface initialization causes JVM crash
151JDK-8165153hotspotruntimeCrash in rebuild_cpu_to_node_map
152JDK-8171155hotspotruntimeScanning method file for initialized final field updates can fail for non‑existent fields
153JDK-8171194hotspotruntimeException 'Duplicate field name&signature in class file' should report the name and signature of the field
154JDK-8177817hotspotruntimeRemove assertions in 8u that were removed by 8056124 in 9.
155JDK-8166208hotspotsvcFlightRecorderOptions settings for defaultrecording ignored.
156JDK-8173941hotspotsvcSA does not work if executable is DSO
157JDK-8161945installinstallREGRESSION: 8u91 update of 32 bit JRE removes preferences of the 64 bit JRE
158JDK-8164096javafxbaseListChangeListener on ReadOnlyListWrapper's getReadOnlyProperty() does not reset change
159JDK-8139841javafxcontrolsAxis class does not render ticks marks when tick labels are invisible
160JDK-8139850javafxcontrolsCategoryAxis rotates improperly as yAxis
161JDK-8163486javafxcontrolsNumberAxis: inaccurate rendering of ticks when tick unit is low
162JDK-8166847javafxcontrolsNumberAxis: sticked numbers sometimes
163JDK-8168895javafxcontrolsTick marks position is not animated when toggling forceZeroInRange
164JDK-8134600javafxfxmlCan't pass ObservableList as argument using FXML
165JDK-8087565javafxgraphicsScaling problem on OSX Retina
166JDK-8088205javafxgraphics[Mac] WebView renders icons instead of letters on some sites
167JDK-8088395javafxgraphicsPrint dialogs are not blocking/modal w.r.t specified owner windows
168JDK-8088857javafxgraphicsMenu slow to respond after resizing a window multiple times with animation running
169JDK-8090176javafxgraphicsPisces software renderer shows incomplete border images in particular situation
170JDK-8148549javafxgraphicsRegion is not rendered correctly when node cache is enabled
171JDK-8151744javafxgraphicswrong width/height in texture update
172JDK-8154148javafxgraphics[Mac] JavaFX crashes on startup when run on Mac in VMWare
173JDK-8156078javafxgraphicsStage alwaysOnTop property not reset to false if permission is denied
174JDK-8163526javafxgraphicsprotect FileChooser return from internal NPE
175JDK-8169777javafxgraphicsMenuBar unoperable after moving Application to second monitor
176JDK-8173468javafxgraphicsFont.loadFont returns null on some Ubuntu 32bits
177JDK-8174688javafxgraphicsJavaFX Applet popup windows are in the wrong location on Mac
178JDK-8178804javafxgraphicsExcessive memory consumption in TriangleMesh/MeshView
179JDK-8156563javafxmediaJavaFX Ensemble8 media sample hang and crash
180JDK-8159869javafxmediaHTTP Live Streaming not working anymore
181JDK-8091485javafxsamplesEnsemble8: Review each sample description, playground, appearance, related docs and links
182JDK-8134354javafxsamplesEnsemble Media samples sliders don't react to clicks
183JDK-8136918javafxsamplesEnsemble uses deprecated flv (vp6) media files hosted on OTN
184JDK-8136968javafxsamples[Mac] Regression from JDK‑8087709
185JDK-8142439javafxsamplesEnsemble8 media player slider issues
186JDK-8152858javafxsamplesEnsemble Timeline regression
187JDK-8165373javafxsamplesEnsemble8 uses setAccessible to access methods and fields of various classes
188JDK-8168095javafxsamplesSecond image in Ensemble8/Image Creation sample does not load
189JDK-8170421javafxsamplesEnsemble8 black flash at startup on b145+
190JDK-8130675javafxscenegraphDocument that setting scene on stage changes stage size unless explicitly set
191JDK-8164141javafxscenegraph[Javadoc] Replace references of Stage with Window in the Window class
192JDK-8172554javafxswing[macos] deadlock on JFXPanel startup
193JDK-8174154javafxswingNPE in JFXPanel$HostContainer#setEmbeddedStage
194JDK-8088681javafxwebUnderscore not visible in HTML combo box options inside webview
195JDK-8089915javafxwebInput of type file doesn't honor 'accept' attribute.
196JDK-8090216javafxwebHTMLEditor: font bold doesn't work when an indent is set
197JDK-8136847javafxwebDRT test fast/canvas/canvas‑fillRect‑shadow.html fails
198JDK-8144263javafxweb[WebView, OS X] Webkit rendering artifacts with inertia scrolling
199JDK-8150982javafxwebCrash when calling WebEngine.print on background thread
200JDK-8158196javafxwebWebView Form Post fails if connection is closed before keepAlive‑Timeout
201JDK-8162922javafxwebJavaFx WebView canvas doesn't support dash within strokeRec
202JDK-8164314javafxweb[WebView] Debug build is no longer working after JDK‑8089681
203JDK-8165098javafxwebWebEngine.print will attempt to print even if the printer job is complete or has an error
204JDK-8165173javafxwebcanvas/philip/tests/2d.path.clip.empty.html fails with 8u112
205JDK-8166231javafxwebuse @Native annotation in web classes
206JDK-8166677javafxwebHTMLEditor freezes after restoring previously maximized window
207JDK-8167098javafxwebBackport of JDK‑8158926 to JDK 8u mistakenly used preliminary patch
208JDK-8167675javafxwebAnimated gifs are not working
209JDK-8168887javafxweb[WebView] ComboBox and DropDownList ‑ Render fragments of the scrollbar are visible
210JDK-8169204javafxwebNeed to document JSObject Call and setSlot APIs to use weak references
211JDK-8170938javafxwebMemory leak in JavaFX WebView
212JDK-8172361javafxwebUpdate java‑wrappers for WebKit generated classes following WebKit update
213JDK-8172495javafxwebIgnore __cmake_systeminformation from web module build directory
214JDK-8174919javafxwebSocketException no longer handled by WebView when processing web pages
215JDK-8144258javafxwindow‑toolkitEnsemble Advanced Media sample hangs after going full screen
216JDK-8160241javafxwindow‑toolkitMaximizing an Window with Screen‑Size hides it
217JDK-8166106javafxwindow‑toolkitJVM crash on resizing JavaFX application with title and icon
218JDK-8172561javafxwindow‑toolkitCopying String with 'rn' to Clipboard duplicates 'r'
219JDK-8155211security‑libsjava.securityUcrypto Library leaks native memory
220JDK-8163896security‑libsjava.securityFinalizing one key of a KeyPair invalidates the other key
221JDK-8164846security‑libsjava.securityCertificateException missing cause of underlying exception
222JDK-8176536security‑libsjava.securityImproved algorithm constraints checking
223JDK-8157561security‑libsjavax.cryptoShip the unlimited policy files in JDK Updates
224JDK-8165751security‑libsjavax.cryptoNPE hit with
225JDK-8173581security‑libsjavax.cryptoperformance regression in com/sun/crypto/provider/
226JDK-8169229security‑ debug info is incorrect
227JDK-8181205security‑ fails to load/register security providers when started from UNC pathname
228JDK-8147772security‑libsjavax.securityUpdate KerberosTicket to describe behavior if it has been destroyed and fix NullPointerExceptions
229JDK-8163104security‑libsjavax.securityUnexpected NPE still possible on some Kerberos ticket calls
230JDK-8153438security‑libsjavax.smartcardioAvoid repeated 'Please insert a smart card' popup windows
231JDK-8170278security‑libsorg.ietf.jgss:krb5ticket renewal won't happen with debugging turned on
232JDK-8176329toolsjdeps to detect MR jar file and output a warning
233JDK-8180660toolsjavacmissing LNT entry for finally block
234JDK-8028363xmlXmlGregorianCalendarImpl.getTimeZone() bug when offset is less than 10 minutes
235JDK-8169112xmljavax.xml.transformjava.lang.VerifyError: (class: GregorSamsa, method: template$dot$0$outline$1 signature: (LGregorSamsa$48;)V) Register 10 contains wrong type
236JDK-8146086xmljax‑wsPublishing two webservices on same port fails with ' Address already in use'
237JDK-8172297xmljax‑wsIn java 8, the marshalling with JAX‑WS does not escape carriage return
238JDK-8162598xmljaxpXSLTC transformer swallows empty namespace declaration which is needed to undeclare default namespace
239JDK-8146961xmlorg.w3c.domFix PermGen memory leaks caused by static final Exceptions

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Apache OpenOffice 4.0, 4.1 Versions

As of release 3.4, a JRE (Jave Runtime Environment) is no longer packaged with OpenOffice.However, you may still need a JRE for full functionality. (See Java and Apache OpenOffice). Please ensure that your system has at least Java 1.6 installed for fullfunctionality.

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To download the most current version of Apache OpenOffice:

  • Display Download Apache OpenOffice, and click on the large green download button displayed on the top of the web page.

NOTE: Much of the information that follows here can be found in theWin 86 Setup Guide, secton 4. Installer Setup from the developer wiki.

Unpack and install the downloaded Apache OpenOffice 4.x.x files

  1. Either using Windows Explorer or Mozilla/Netscape's Download Manager, navigate to the Apache OpenOffice file you downloaded.

    Windows Explorer users will want to find the file and double-click to launch the unpacking and installation program. Alternately, Mozilla/Netscape users will want to open the Download Manager, highlight the file, and click Launch File. In either case, the unpacking program will start.

    The Welcome window is displayed to note that you have downloaded Apache OpenOffice 4.x.x. Click Next to continue.

  2. The Select Folder window is displayed. Accept the folder name displayed in the text box or enter the name of the folder in which to save the unpacked files, and click Unpack.
  3. Once the files are unpacked, the Apache OpenOffice 4.x.x Installation Wizard is displayed. (See Windows Overview for what to do in an upgrade situation.) Click Next to continue installing Apache OpenOffice 4.x.x. Follow the prompts, and Apache OpenOffice will be installed on your system, ready for use.
  4. Read the information in the Welcome window and then click Next.

    The License Agreement window appears.

    Note: You will need to use the scroll bar to view all of the license text If you do not wish to accept the license, you will be prompted to confirm this before the installation programme closes.

  5. Read the license, select 'I accept the terms in the license agreement', and click Next.

    The Customer Information window appears.

    You may leave this form blank, or enter your User Name and if applicable, Organisation.

    Note: If you logged in as administrator you will be prompted to install for all users.

  6. Complete Customer Information form and click Next.

    The Setup Type window appears.

  7. Select a setup type (we recommend Complete) and click Next.

    The File Type window is displayed.

  8. Select the file types that you wish to open with the Apache OpenOffice program.

    The default configuration is that all the file types are selected. This means that the Apache OpenOffice programme will start when these file types are opened. De-select (click on the ticks) to view, edit and print these file types with your existing word processing, spreadsheet or presentation program.

    Note: If you change your mind, returning to the prior state is tedious. You will need to reassociate all word processing, spreadsheet or presentation files with the appropriate file type. You can watch this video to find information on how to proceed in this kind of situations.

    You can use file types not associated with Apache OpenOffice, by starting Apache OpenOffice then open the file by choosing Open from the File menu.

  9. Once you have selected the file types click Next.

    The Ready to Install the Program window is displayed.

  10. Click the Back button to return to previous windows to change your installation options, otherwise click Install to begin the installation process.

  11. Click the Finish button when the Installation Wizard Finished window is displayed.

  12. If you logged in as administrator, logout. Each user can then invoke Apache OpenOffice from the program menu which will allow the user to configure Apache OpenOffice as a workstation copy with no further effort on the part of the user.

Run Apache OpenOffice to ensure that the installation was successful

When you first run Apache OpenOffice after a successfully installing the program, you will be prompted to accept thelicense, enter your user name and register your copy.

  1. Login using your user account, and if you installed Apache OpenOffice successfully it will appear on the Programs sub-menu of the Start menu.

  2. Click on one of the Apache OpenOffice components (we recommend Writer). The Welcome window is displayed.

  3. Click Next to display the License Agreement window.

  4. Scroll to read the license and click Accept to continue. The Transfer personal data window is displayed.

    If you wish to reuse personal data from a previous installation click [Next].

    If you do not wish to reuse any settings from a previous installed version, unmark the checkbox and click [Next].

  5. The user information window is displayed.

    You are prompted to enter your name. This is used in the document properties, templates and when you record changes made to documents. This is useful if you are working on a document with others, but you don't need to complete this information in order to proceed. This information can also be entered later when using the program.

You have successfully installed and run Apache OpenOffice. You should now refer to the online help (Choose 'ApacheOpenOffice Help' from the Help menu) or connect to the internet to obtain support from the web site by clicking the Support tab availablefrom any web page.

Thank you for using Apache OpenOffice, and welcome!

Installation Instructions for Apple Macintosh

OS X and Gatekeeper

Apache OpenOffice 4.x versions will be flagged by the new Gatekeeper facility in OS X Mountain Lion. This is a featureto help guard against malware on Mac systems. There is a procedure laid out at the following link to allow applications not installedfrom the Mac App store to run.See the article at Mac support at

Macintosh Installation Resources

See also: the Mac porting project page

Linux Installations

Linux Pre-installation Notes

The following preinstallation steps are recommended for Linux distributions. These should be taken to assure that youhave a clean install of Apache OpenOffice due to internal considerations and/or the installation of LibreOffice, if itexists, on your system.

  1. Check to see if LibreOffice has re-routed the OpenOffice binary.
    Type 'whereis soffice' from a console.
    If this is symlinked to libreoffice, remove the symlink. (see your favorite reference for how to do this)
    This will NOT remove LibreOffice, this will only disallow LibreOffice to redirect the normal OpenOffice binary -- typically /usr/bin/soffice -- to libreoffice instead.
  2. Due to directory structure changes in Apache OpenOffice 4.x versions, your older Openoffice 3.x should be deleted entirely by a new install or update process. This is normal. If you experience problems using the 'update' process, please remove the old OpenOffice 3.x packages manually.
  3. If you have been testing one of the older developer snapshots, not the released version, revision 150370, completely remove this old version before attempting a new install or update.
  4. See java requirements.

Installation Steps -- RPM or DEB: Download to Installation Directory, Unpack

  1. Review the System Requirements
  2. Unpack the downloaded package to prepare for installation.
    The following command should work: tar -xvzf 'linux package name'.tar.gz
    where 'linux package name' is the beginning part of the archive you just downloaded.
    This will create an installation directory.
    The name of the installation directory will likely be the language abbreviation for the install set, e.g., en-US.
  3. Add the install directory as a 'local repository' for your GUI package manager if possible. This will enable you to do a GUI install rather than command line.
  4. Desktop integration.
    Desktop integration for deb-based systems requires installation of one package.
    Historically, for rpm based systems, OpenOffice has provided desktop integration packages for madriva, redhat, suse, and now freedesktop. These packages are located in the desktop-integration subdirectory of the install directory.
    Many desktop window managers like KDE4, Gnome3, and Unity now adhere to the standard for icon placement and mime-type definitions. For this reason, you may want to install the freedesktop desktop integration package first before trying the others.

Linux RPM-based Installation

  1. su to root, if necessary, and navigate to Apache OpenOffice installation directory.
    You will likely need to be root to run the rpm command to install the software.
  2. cd into the RPMS subdirectory of the installation directory.
    You should see a lot of rpms here and one sub-directory called 'desktop-integration'.
  3. Install this new version by typing rpm -Uvih *rpm.
    By default, this will install Apache OpenOffice in your /opt directory.
    Alternatively, you can use a GUI package installer, reference the installation directory, and install all rpms at the top level. This may also aid you in determing any dependency problems if they exist.
  4. Install the desktop integration features for your setup.
    cd to desktop-integration (in the installation directory),
    and install an appropriate desktop interface using RPM. (Try the freedesktop-menus first.)
  5. Finally, start up Apache OpenOffice 4.x.x to insure it's working.

Linux DEB-based Installation

  1. One you download the Apache OpenOffice tar.gz package, you should be able to decompress typing.
    tar Apache-OpenOfficeX.X.X.tar.gz package or using programs such as Ark, or File-Roller.
  2. cd into the DEBS subdirectory of the installation directory.
    You should see a lot of debs here and one sub-directory called 'desktop-integration'.
  3. Install this new version by typing sudo dpkg -i *.deb or become root using su command.
    By default, this will install/update Apache OpenOffice in your /opt directory.
    Alternatively, you can use a GUI package installer, reference the installation directory, and install all debs at the top level. This may also aid you in determing any dependency problems if they exist.
  4. Install the desktop integration features for your setup.
    cd to desktop-integration (in the installation directory),
    and install the desktop intgration using dpkg.
  5. Finally, start up Apache OpenOffice 4.x.x to insure it's working.

Note: Apache OpenOffice executable is called soffice and is located in /opt/OpenOffice4/program/
A softlink is created on your /usr/local/bin/ directory. You can always map to the original at /opt/ if it doesnt start
for whatever reason.

Additional Linux Information

Apache OpenOffice provided packages

The Linux downloads provided on the Apache OpenOffice site (mirrors) are generic for either the RPM- or DEB-based package managers. If you have experience in directly installing these types of packages on your system, one of these types of installs should work for you. They are not specific to a particular Linux distribution.

Apache OpenOffice from Linux distros

Some Linux distributions now include a version of Apache OpenOffice in their own native package manager format (.rpm, .deb, etc.) either from their own repositories or community repositories which they support. These packages have been built and are supported by the distributions' own teams or community members, not by Apache OpenOffice. Some distributions have strict policies around licensing, which means they have chosen to disable parts of Apache OpenOffice which rely on software which does not meet their criteria.

Note:Please check carefully before using a third-party build that it does actually include all the parts of Apache OpenOffice that you will require. Replacing a 'native' distribution build with the full Apache OpenOffice original build can be tricky, but can usually be successfully accomplished by completely removing the existing 'native' install.

Useful sites for Linux installation

The following links are additional resources for installing Apache OpenOffice on Linux by other parties. We hope you find them useful.

Installation Problems

The best resources to help you with installation problems are:

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Additional Installation Information

A more extensive, though older, Installation Guide is available inPDF andODT formats from theApache OpenOffice Documentation Project.

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You may also find the Installation FAQs useful as well.