On 02/09/2013 05:16 PM, Girvin R. Herr wrote:
I did try soffice but not the full path. soffice did not work and when I
tried "/opt/libreoffice4.0/program/soffice it worked.
Jay Lozier wrote:
I confirm the CLI libreoffice gives the error missing
libreoffice-common run sudo apt-get libreoffice-common.
This was using LO 4.0 (direct download) and Mint 13 Maya. All the
features have beens installed including help-pack and SDK
LO 4.0 does run when menu or file is clicked.
What is the CLI entry to run LO 4.0 in Linux I think is the question.
Have you tried "soffice" or unambiguously:
soffice is a legacy name from the StarOffice days. Some day, it will
be changed, but I am not sure 4.x is it yet. I have not installed 4.x
yet, so I am not sure of that.
Note that "soffice" is a script which does a lot of setup. It
eventually invokes "soffice.bin", which should not be invoked directly
from the command line.
Hope this helps.
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