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Heinrich Stoellinger píše v So 20. 07. 2013 v 17:26 +0200:
I downloaded LO 4.1.0-RC3 yesterday. Looking at the files after tar -xvf ...
I find that there still is no desktop-integration directory in the main
installation tree of files. Is it meant to be like that?

The "desktop-integration" directory has been removed in LO-4.1. It was
there from historical reasons:

    1. There was different desktop integration for different RPM-based Linux distributions.
       They were not longer needed because Linux distros switched to the "Freedesktop"
       standard, so the freedestop-menus package should work on all RPM-based distros.

     2. The desktop integration packages for different Lo version conflicted. This was solved
        by versioning  the package names, filenames, menu entries. So, you could install
        the desktop integration for LO 4.1 in parallel with the desktop integration for LO 4.0

We removed the subdirectory to make it easier to install the package. Unfortunately,
we forgot to update the installation instructions in the README file. It will be fixed
in the 1st bugfix release, 4.1.1, see

Well, the is still one problem with files and directories ownership in the .deb packages.
It might cause problems with the desktop integration. See

Best Regards,

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