On 27/07/13 11:10, Heinrich Stoellinger wrote:
Not the rpm- but the deb-Version (32bit) on Debian-Wheezy-KDE 4.10.
IT STILL DOES NOT WORK!!!
Seems like you have been experiencing difficulty with this version for
quite some time, IIRC?
However, despite your frustration, can you say more precisely is not
Just to review typical sticking points however, although I'm sure you've
gone through these already:
1. Have you deleted your current LibO installation before installing
4.1? If you haven't, this can be done via the synaptic GUI, filtering
installed packages, and selecting appropriate files for complete removal
and then applying.
2. Did you run the latest release candidate, because the new release
build has a seamless desktop-integration installation routine, whereas
previous attempts to install always gave install errors. So if you're
not using the latest, then you may stand a better chance of success.
3. Have you checked your menu edit options? The updater may not have
caught the version changes and therefore did not automatically update
the menu with the correct launchers. You might want to double check that.
4. I found that invoking soffice didn't seem to work, but using this
did: /usr/bin/X11/libreoffice4.1 %u This just may be a local quirk though.
Anyway, please expand on what is not working, and give the email a
meaningful subject line so those who are knowledgeable about the system
are more likely to see your request for help.
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