On Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 6:24 AM, Jean Weber <email@example.com> wrote:
Mac OS X 10.9. Getting error message when attempting to start (open)
the app after installing: "LibreOffice.app is damaged and can't be
opened. You should move it to the trash."
Ah, too bad :-(
As you're on 10.9 - did you use the 64bit build?
This problem also occured with the Beta2, and Norbert said he thought
the problem was with code-signing of non-release build.
Yeah, that is what we all hoped...
Bug 71884. He
fixed it by replacing with unsigned file, which worked fine.
Well, not really fixed, as that then also makes users unable to
directly open LibreOffice package, they'd have to use the
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