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On 29/02/2012 at 08:33, Arnaud Champollion <> 

If you would like to force GTK everytime, try adding:

export OOO_FORCE_DESKTOP=gnome

into your ~/.bashrc

Doesn't work, even after restarting the session.

or ~/.profile

Doesn't work either.

You are using Debian, right? Which version (you can check in file 
/etc/debian_version)? How did you install MATE? It hasn't made it into official 
Debian repository yet.

Do you know what login manager you are using? Could you post it's name? 
If you don't know, can you post output of command:
  dpkg -l
on the web somewhere? <> or similar page sounds good.

It may be few thousand lines long. You can use command:
  dpkg -l > installed-list.txt
to write it into "installed-list.txt" file in your working directory.

Output of:
  echo $SHELL
in command line/terminal may be useful, too.

Answering these questions may help me narrowing down the problem and come up 
with some solutions for you.

As for Warning that you are getting: gnome-keyring is GNOME app to securely 
store passwords in a session (i.e. between logging in and logging out). 
I *think* that you can ignore that -- it's not that LO will ask you for 
password anyway (unless you are writing/reading password-protected documents, 
but I am pretty sure that LO does not need gnome-keyring for that).
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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