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Hi :)
I downloaded the .Deb for Ubuntu (and others) twice yday and tried 
installing it as per instructions but when i tried running LibreOffice 
from the command-line by typing in


I got an error message saying that LibreOffice couldn't run because i was missing a package called 
something like 


when i looked through all the packages in the Deb and desktop integration 
folders i found there was one!  I'm sure it's been there in previous 
releases?!  However when i double-click on a docX or odt or anything 
then LibreOffice 4 does successfully open it.  

So, it's a bit weird but doesn't seem to be problem unless i try that odd 
way of opening LO in a way that i would never normally have tried unless i wanted to try to collect 
error reports and stuff (ie never).  

Regards from
Tom :)  
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