some general comments and suggestions for Kori for the next Phoenix
It is correct that wget is missing and needed to run addlocale. addlocale uses wget but does not expect /usr/sbin/wget (wget should not be there anyway). Once wget is installed addlocale works fine.
Kori: could we have wget included in the next version?
The second enabled repo in Phoenix is the OO-repo which can but should not be enabled. If enabled you can use it to install OO, yet it is advised to use GetOpenOffice for any OO-related task because you can use GOO not only to (re-)install but also to fix or remove OO. The last two tasks can not be done via Synaptic (plus GOO provides a nicer interface
Kori: maybe the next Phoenix version could no longer have the freebsd OO-repo and possibly also not the ibiblio repo?
unfortunately the current Phoenix has the outdated GetOpenOffice-Gnome (version 0.3). Installing and running the current GetOpenOffice version (1.1) works fine.
Kori: probably the present GetOpenOffice version (1.1) was not found because the name is different to GetOpenOffice-Gnome. The previous Gnome and KDE specific version were merged by Tex into a WM-agnostic GetOpenOffice installer package. Please note that installing GOO 1.1 will not replace the old GOO-Gnome, so uninstall it first. After the update, the shortcut in the Utilities folder needs to be changed from /usr/bin/GetOpenOffice-GNOME to /usr/bin/getopenoffice. Could you also please add an entry for GOO under PCmenu -> System -> Configuration ?
thanks a lot for this marvelous release!