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On 12/07/12 18:27, Jay Lozier wrote:
On 07/12/2012 12:44 PM, AG wrote:
On 12/07/12 17:31, Regina Henschel wrote:

AG schrieb:
Hi list

As the subject line says really - there is no option to activate the
quick starter for LO3.5.5 using Debian squeeze.  I downloaded and
installed the LO3.5.5 today (after removing the previous version, which also did not have a quick start option), and find again that 3.5.5 lacks

Is this now standard with LO to not have a quick starter option or is
this something peculiar to Debian packages or something else?

Can anyone advise how I can get this option back, because it really is

Is it only disabled, or is it build without Quickstarter? Do you have a executable file "quickstart". If yes, then I would try to run it and then check the option "Load LO During System Start-Up". If no, can it be enabled in the custom install? Do you can modify the installation (on Windows it is possible)? If it is build with Quickstarter, you should find it in the category "optional components".

Kind regards

Thanks Regina

Where would I likely find such an executable file, because it is not showing up when I run "locate quickstart"?


Check Synaptic for an uninstalled libreoffice/lo package that provides integration with the desktop. I know Ubuntu has an LO quickstarter, so it appears that it is not installed by Debian by default. (I assume the quickstarter is part of the LO package and not an Ubuntu extension.)

I did not find a quick method to turn on the quickstarter.


I did download and install the desktop integration packages for Debian from the ODF site, and there's nothing in synaptic.

Perhaps the quickstart has been deprecated in the 3.4.* and 3.5.5 releases?


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