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Yesterday in the 'Update to 3.6.1' thread I installed 3.6.1 (debian
files) on 32bit and 64bit systems. Both experienced installations errors:

Errors were encountered while processing:
(and on 32bit deb as well).

To make things worse, when attempting to update an Opera browser today I
found out that the above were completely broken & couldn't be purged in
any normal fashion. Went searching and came across this bug reports: - open
[Error while installing Dutch Linux Deb (x64) main installer with
command dpkg -i *] - closed as dupe of 41237
[dictionaries do not install in daily builds as of 28/9/2011] - closed
[Installation of dictionaries failed with
""/singletons/": loading
component library failed""]

I was finally able to clean my systems (see: ), but still have
not been able to install the dictionaries. I may have found the problem:

$ debdiff libreoffice3.6-dict-en_3.6.0.4-104_i386.deb
[The following lists of changes regard files as different if they have
different names, permissions or owners.]

Files in first .deb but not in second
-rwxr-xr-x  root/root   DEBIAN/postinst
-rwxr-xr-x  root/root   DEBIAN/postrm

Control files: lines which differ (wdiff format)
Installed-Size: [-26208-] {+26224+}
Version: [-] {+}

Has anyone else experience the same issue with the .deb install?

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