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Good.  I am glad you got it working.
Yes, the help is out-dated.  But it comes in handy now and then.

Tiziano Bianchi wrote:
Thanks for the offer, Girvin.
I was able to successfully install the Help Pack using the command "rpm2txz", so everything is ok. (However, Tom is right in saying that the Help Pack is quite outdated...)

    *From:* Girvin R. Herr <>
    *To:* Tiziano Bianchi <>
    *Cc:* "" <>
    *Sent:* Sunday, November 4, 2012 2:48 PM
    *Subject:* Re: [libreoffice-users] Installation of Help Pack For
    LibreOffice 3.6.2

    Tiziano Bianchi wrote:
    > I am using Linux Slackware 13.37, 32-bit.  I am fairly novice
    with Linux.
    > I have installed LibreOffice 3.6.2 using the
    <> script (I modified the line which starts
    with VERSION).
    > Now I would like to also install the corresponding Help Pack,
    available here:
    > Does anyone know how to do it?  There is no
    script that I
    >  could find and Google did not turn up anything helpful in this
    > I will post the same question on (Slackware
> Tiziano,
    Have you resolved this problem?
    I have created a SlackBuild script to repackage both LO and the
    helppack into a single Slackware installation package.  However, I
    was reluctant to send it to you because it is not tested with
    Slack 13+.  I am using Slack 12.2.  I can tweek it for 13+ for
    you, but I still can't test it, so it may still need a bit of work
    to get it to work on your system.  If you want to try it, let me
    know and I can tarball it and the other files I use to repackage
    LO for Slack and send it to you. Note: My SlackBuild script does a
    lot more than the usual SlackBuild scripts, but it is commented
    fairly well.
    Girvin Herr

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