On 27/07/13 10:53, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
Mint 14? MATE or Cinnamon desktop environment? I run Ubuntu
12.04LTS with MATE.
So the desktop-integration now works properly without the extra step.
Yes, the Language Pack before the Help Pack was something that I
remember hearing about back in 3.4.x days.
Has anyone installed the RPM version of 4.1.0 and had any problems
with the desktop-integration?
Yes, we need to mention the fact that there will not be the extra step
to get the desktop menus to be "installed".
I'm running the Mate desktop (most Gnome 2.6-like!) on Mint 14 32-bit,
and the desktop integration does appear to happen relatively seamlessly.
Just an aside, if, like me, one has embedded a launcher for LibO in
one's panel, this should be removed and updated via the Add to Panel
In the docs for *.deb systems, the reference to the second step in the
installation process references: "cd desktop-integration" and "sudo dpkg
-i *.deb" . These lines just need to be deleted. The rest of the text
stands. But, as there are no separate docs for the enclosed installation
script, could a section be added here in the readme to document the script?
Sorry, can't help re: RPMs.
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