I'm running Ubuntu 12.04.1.
When the Update Manager notified me of a new version of LibreOffice, I
found that it was installing
. libreoffice-l10n-en-za, South African English localization and
. myspell-en-za, South African English spell check dictionary
I'm Canadian. I live in Québec. So I need Canadian English and French. I
sometimes use Hungarian and Hebrew. So, I have installed on my system
. libreoffice-l10n-en-gb, British English localization
. libreoffice-l10n-fr, French localization
. libreoffice-l10n-he, Hebrew localization
. libreoffice-l10n-hu, Hungarian localization, and
. myspell-en-gb, British English spell check dictionary
. myspell-en-us, US English spell check dictionary
. hunspell-en-ca, Canadian English spell check dictionary
. hunspell-en-us, US English spell check dictionary
. hunspell-fr, French spell check dictionary
. hunspell-hu, Hungarian spell check dictionary
However, I *never* use South African English. I don't even know how
these files got on to my system. So I decided to remove the South
African English localization and spell checking files.
The Synaptic Package Manager accepted the marking
for removed, no problem.
Unfortunately when I tried to mark
for removal, the Synaptic Package Manager insisted on removing
The Synaptic Package Manager tells me that
needs the the same English language support file.
Is there a way to remove the South African English spell check
dictionary without removing the English language support files?
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