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That is why we need to include a dependency "script" to help install everything that might be missing before you install LO. Not everyone might have all the dependencies installed. I have one Linux Distro that would tell me a list of the dependencies needed to install the package but would not do so and I had to scramble around to find and install them.

On 07/27/2013 10:20 AM, sun shine wrote:
I've just installed 4.1 on Squeeze and no problems, although this was using Gnome 2.* DE again.

Just a thought: if you have the space, time and patience, you could install the Gnome DE (unless it's already installed by default?) and see if you could install it through that DE. Or even Xfce4 ... it may be library conflict in KDE, such as a missing dependency?

On 27/07/13 11:10, Heinrich Stoellinger wrote:
Not the rpm- but the deb-Version (32bit) on Debian-Wheezy-KDE 4.10.

On Sat, 27 Jul 2013 11:53:23 +0200, 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".

On 07/27/2013 03:49 AM, sun shine wrote:
Hi Tom

Thanks for the heads up. Aside from some minor issues regarding
documentation and installation, it seems to work fine. Here's my
experience on Mint 14, FWIW:

The Read-Me still states:

"The following commands will install LibreOffice and the desktop
integration packages (you may just copy and paste them into the
terminal screen rather than trying to type them):

sudo dpkg -i *.deb

cd desktop-integration

sudo dpkg -i *.deb"

Someone who is involved in doc management will have to update this. It
would also be helpful for some instruction on how to use the
installation script in the folder.

The language pack must be installed before the help pack - I can't
recall having to do this in a given order before, but maybe I did for
previous versions.

Other than these minor issues, LibO4.1 seems to work okay so far, so
thanks again.

On 25/07/13 19:26, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Now that the 4.1.0 has been properly released you might find the
proper release has all the desktop integration sorted out now. it
might be worth checking if you are keen and have the time
Good luck and regards from

Tom :)

From: Italo Vignoli <>
Sent: Thursday, 25 July 2013, 13:00
Subject: [tdf-announce] LibreOffice 4.1: a landmark for

The office suite features a large number of improvements which bring
compatibility with proprietary and legacy file formats to the next

Berlin, July 25, 2013 - The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice
4.1, not only the best but also the most interoperable free office
ever. LibreOffice 4.1 features a large number of improvements in the
area of document compatibility, which increases the opportunities of
sharing knowledge with users of proprietary software while retaining
original layout and contents.

Interoperability is a key asset for LibreOffice, which is the de facto
standard for migrations to free office suites since early 2012.
improvements have been made to Microsoft OOXML import and export
filters, as well as to legacy Microsoft Office and RTF file filters.
Most of these improvements derive from the fundamental activity of
certified developers backing migration projects, based on a
support agreement.

Instrumental for interoperability are also new features such as font
embedding in Writer, Calc, Impress and Draw - which helps in retaining
the visual aspect when fonts used to produce the document are not
installed on the target PC - and import and export functions new in
Excel 2013 for ODF OpenFormula compatibility.

In addition to interoperability, LibreOffice 4.1 offers a very large
number of new features and improvements also in other areas of the
suite, which are listed here:

LibreOffice 4.1 is also importing some AOO features, including the
Symphony sidebar, which is considered experimental. LibreOffice
developers are working at the integration with the widget layout
technique (which will make it dynamically resizeable and consistent
the behaviour of LibreOffice dialog windows).

LibreOffice 4.1 arrives at the end of a significant development
which has just been outlined on the foundation blog: Feature wise, the summary is here:

In just two months, on September 25, 2013, the LibreOffice community
will gather in Italy at the Third LibreOffice Conference, hosted by the
Department of Computer Science of Milan State University. More
information on the conference web site at the following address: The Call for Paper is open
until Sunday, August 4.

Downloading LibreOffice

LibreOffice 4.1 is immediately available for download from the
link: Extensions for LibreOffice
are available from the following link:

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