Joep L. Blom <jlblom <at> neuroweave.nl> writes:
I got the version LO 3.4.5 from the official Lo site
I installed it using sud dpkg -i *.DEB (after unpacking and going to the
It installed correct in /opt/libreoffice.
However no links were placed in Applications/Office. The only method to
run soffice or writer is to go into the /opt/libreoffice/program
directory and start from there.
How do I get the Applications/Office tab populated? and why doesn't it
OS: Ubuntu 10.04 (LTS) with xfce windowmanager;
CPU: AMD-PhenomII (4-core 64-bit) 4GB mem.
I didn't install from the official Ubuntu repository as that is retarded
((3.3.2). I assume that Ubuntu 11.10 has a more recent version but A: I
don't like Unity and B: I always stick to LTS for a production machine.
Hope anybody can clarify.
There should be another deb file under desktop-integration
I did not use it becuase I had the older 3.4.4 version that came with 11.10
and I just repointed the libreOffice menus to use the new version.
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