On 2012-10-29 02:28, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
On opensuse I have always downloaded the RPMs, right click and install
with YAST, in the correct sequence. I have not tried the 3.6 line.
On 10/28/2012 09:10 AM, Malcolm Moore wrote:
Has anyone got any instruction for installing a vanilla copy of LO
3.6.something on openSuse
Every time I try it ends up looking terrible and a bit like a Windows
95 app ;-( . OpenSuse's unstable
repos are still at 3.6.1
Have you looked at this page?
Under the section called:
"Installation of LibreOffice on Fedora, Suse, Mandriva and other Linux
systems using RPM packages"
They talk about decompressing the file and then:
For other RPM-using systems (Suse, etc.):
su rpm -Uvh *.rpm
Then the page describes the installation of the desktop-integration file.
I am not a user of a RPM installs, since I use Ubuntu. Yet, I find
that the instructions on this page works well for me.
I installed the KDE integration also.
Did you remove the Suse RPM completely.
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