Which desktop are you using?
Linux Mint - MATE desktop version
Linux Mint - Cinnamon desktop version?
I run Ubuntu with MATE. So if the Debian install has issues with the
desktop integration, Unity or MATE, then this is a big problem for me.
On 06/23/2013 06:07 AM, sun shine wrote:
Does the Mac installation candidate have a desktop-integration
directory within the main installation directory?
For Debian/ Ubuntu type GNU/Linux systems it does, hence both Heinrich
and me could not install 4.1 unfortunately. There also doesn't seem to
be any mention of this on the bug-tracker page.
In any event - back to my original two questions ...
On 23/06/13 10:35, Steve Edmonds wrote:
4.1 is working nicely on my mac.
On 2013-06-23 21:09, Heinrich Stoellinger wrote:
Hi also from me,
Same experience here! 4.1-rc1 has no desktop integration. Should not
been made available yet, since one cannot start it at all (at least not
On Sun, 23 Jun 2013 10:47:33 +0200, sun shine <email@example.com>
After installing LibO4.0.4 on GNU/Linux Mint 14 two interesting points
that I have noticed:
(1) the update icon still remains in the top right corner of the LibO
window, presumably because
(2) the "About" window displays the installation as Version 126.96.36.199
Yet, the version I downloaded and installed was
It seems a minor issue really, so I'm just curious about this.
I tried installing LibO4.1 and that turned out to be really bad - no
desktop integration and I had difficulty opening up any of the
components, so that had to get removed PDQ, so hence back to 4.0.4
(which seems to think it is 4.0.3).
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