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Hi :)
It depends on which Operating System you are using.  Are you using Redhat?  Something else in the 
Redhat family such as Scientific-Linux, CentOS or something?  Please let us know which Operating 
System you are using so we can help with the desktop integration.  

You don't really "need" the desktop integration packages.  In 'western' countries people use the 
word "need" far too much when they really mean "it might be quite nice" or "you might like".  Of 
course the term "western countries" is quite dumb considering that we all live on the same rotating 
ball and everywhere is eventually west of anywhere.  

Desktop integration is mostly about making LibreOffice look prettier.  At most it might include 
some improved context menus that you get when you right-click on files before opening them.  You 
don't really need them.  

So the 4 questions i have are 
1.  Have you been able to download LO from the official website?
2.  Have you been able to install the official version of LO, (apart from the desktop integration)? 

3.  Does LO seem to work?  
4.  Which OS are you using?

Regards from
Tom :)  

From: Michael Wu <>
Sent: Friday, 9 November 2012, 6:27
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] missing file in libreoffice 3.6.3

Please use the "freedesktop" file instead.

Regards from


abdullah Al-Ammari أبو العباس 提到:

sorry for sending this again but I missed one thing in that one
referring to the installation instructor @
"The above command(s) does the first part of the installation process.
  To complete the process, you also need to install the desktop 
integration packages.
To do this, change directory to the desktop-integration directory that is within the RPMS 
directory, by entering the following command at the command line of a terminal window:

cd desktop-integration
Now run the installation command again:
If you have a Fedora system, execute this command:

su -c 'yum install libreoffice3.3-redhat-menus-3.3-1.noarch.rpm'"
the file redhat-menus (bold and italic one) seems to be really important and its not available 
on that linkmy system running (x86_x64), and I'm running the English version
I tried to find this file on the internet but I couldn't

Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2012 16:05:31 +0000
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] missing file in libreoffice 3.6.3

Hi :) 
Please can you try downloading again from 

Well, navigate from there to the right language for you.  This link is to the next page, the one 
that lets you select which Operating System you are using. 

Are you able to try this again or have you already tried a few times or do you have a download 
limit?  Please let us know how this goes this time or if you have any trouble.
Regards from 
Tom :)

         From: abdullah Al-Ammari أبو العباس <>
  Sent: Tuesday, 6 November 2012, 23:00
  Subject: [libreoffice-users] missing file in libreoffice 3.6.3


إذا كانت 
مصدر إزعاج لك سأعتبر إقرارك بذلك هو لطفاً منك ولن تصلك أياً منها بعد 
وتأكد بأنني سوف أكون 
متفهما لاستيائك ومثمناً لصراحتك 
لان ذلك من ابسط 
وأما إذا أعجبتك فآمل مسح كامل 
عنواني البريدي قبل إرسالها لمن
If my 
are a source of discomfort to you, I will consider your declaration 
as a
kindness from your part, and you will never receive 
thereafter. But make sure that I will understand your opinion and 
your frankness because it is your
simplest rights! dear admin,
thank you and thanks for libreoffice teams that developing this program.however, I download 
libreoffice 3.6.3 in my fedora 17 - x64 but I found one file is missing 
I tried to run libreoffice without it but it doesn't work. I follow the instructor I found in 

Abdullah Al-AmmariStudent @ King Fahd University

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