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On 01/09/12 02:10, NoOp wrote:
On 08/30/2012 01:19 PM, NoOp wrote:
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:
... - 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""]
Has anyone else experience the same issue with the .deb install?
No other linux .deb user has experienced the same? The bug reports
indicate others have (with other language dictionaries as well), so I
find it odd that nobody else on this list has.

I have had this or a similar problem but with the 32 bit version of LibO rather than the 64 bit.

I am running Xubuntu 12.04 and had LibO 3.6.0 installed. I installed using "sudo dpkg -i *.deb". Everything seemed ok. Then when Xubuntu reported some (system) updates I installed them and noticed an error message with respect to the LibO dictionaries, but these were the 3.5.4 versions! Following this the dictionaries in LibO ceased to work.

To resolve the problem I removed all instances of LibO using synaptic (it took me 3 attempts) and re-installed So far things seem to be ok.

Terry W

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