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Hi :)
Arrgh.  So it's still not working :(

Don't worry about bothering us.  That is what we are here for.  

So, when you installed Fedora did you install on the same machine as your Ubuntu?  Did you install 
over the top of Ubuntu or was it a new partition?  Can you still boot into Ubuntu?  

Is your internet connection able to deal with updates now?  If so then in Fedora can you force 
PackageKit (or whatever you use as a package-manager) to look for all updates for everything?  
There should (hopefully) be a button somewhere saying "Updates".  I think you can install Synaptic 
Package Manager which might be more familiar and easier for you to use.  A couple of years ago they 
made it able to deal with rpms as well as debs (depending on which distro you install synaptic 
into, it picks up the right one to use).  So, old timers still worry about using synaptic for Rpm 
distros but it's fine now.  

I found this link
There is a drop-down at the top left to change to a better language for you.  At the moment it's 
set on English which seems fine but you can change if you like.  

Fedora 17 should have LibreOffice 3.5.2 installed by default and that should be a reasonably good 
version to use.  Do you still have the Fedora Cd?  Do you have enough space on your hard-drive to 
do an extra install to experiment?  Alternatively you might have more success using the Fedora Cd 
as a "LiveCd".  

Live Cd means just boot up straight from the Cd and avoid installing.  It should get you to a 
usable desktop with LO (3.5.2) ready to use.  LiveCd is a bit slower than a proper hard-drive 
install but it's a good way to get a working system up&running quickly.  Just avoid configuring it 
or installing extra programs, just use it as is.  Also if you save stuff make sure it's to your 
network-fileshares or proper hard-drive and NOT "Documents" (or Desktop, or whatever) inside the 
Live Cd session.  The local files vanish when you take the Cd out or reboot.  Ones on your 
hard-drive are still there of course.  

Regards from
Tom :)  

From: abdullah Al-Ammari أبو العباس <>
Sent: Tuesday, 13 November 2012, 9:50
Subject: RE: [libreoffice-users] missing file in libreoffice 3.6.3

thanks tom, and sorry for all the bothering

I install fedora 17 lately (I didn't had internet when I installed it). I used to work over ubuntu 
and LO works fine.
and I install the files from LO official website

then I run 'yum install '*.rpm' (apart from desktop files) in terminal and received "install 
the LO Icons shown in app. menu but nothing works.

sorry again and appreciate you help man

I have to submit my final report of Co-Operative program to my instructor within 10 days and 
prepare my presentation too.

best wishes

Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2012 19:32:30 +0000
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] missing file in libreoffice 3.6.3

Hi :)
LibreOffice should work fine without java.  Sorry i only just now found your 1st email today.  

So, your OS is Fedora.  Does LibreOffice work well enough without the desktop integration 
packages?  I think that is the first thing to check.  Then you can try again with the 
freedesktop-menus if you haven't already got that working by now.  (Sorry i know you probably 
haven't been able to work at this today as it's Friday)

Regards from
Tom :)  

From: abdullah Al-Ammari أبو العباس <>
To:; "" <> 
Sent: Friday, 9 November 2012, 4:58
Subject: RE: [libreoffice-users] missing file in libreoffice 3.6.3

thanks tom,

I install the file three time. it contains the RPMS folder with
 54 items (.rpm) and it runs OK
the subfolder desktop-integration - I thought it has something to do with the installing but it 
seems not - contains
the redhat-menus not there - which is for fedora dist.

however, I re-install the files again, it is exactly the same as what I already installed and the 
program still not working.

I wonder if the java components have anything to do with that ( I just install them lately ) 
I'll try to uninstall it and re-install it again..

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 you

Abdullah Al-AmmariStudent @ King Fahd University

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