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On Fri, 09 Aug 2013 12:52:57 +0200
Regina Henschel <> wrote:

Hi all,

I make my first steps in using Linux and have got a OpenSuse 12.3 on my 
old Notebook. Now I try to install LO4.1. I have download the archive, 
unpacked it and followed the instructions in its readme. I can get the 
single modules from the application launcher, but there remain two problems.
The instruction mention a directory "desktop-integration" to be in the 
folder RPMS, but there is no such directory.

Hi Regina,
When you are in the RPM directory, after installing the main LO programs, do

"cd ./desktop-integration" and then 'rpm -Uvh *suse*.rpm".  That should take
care of #1.

I want to get an icon on the desktop, which launches the start center, 
not a specific module. How do I get that?

Kind regards

Not sure  about what you mean by the "start center". In the lower left corner
of the screen (if you're using KDE) is a startup icon. You can start any
installed program from there. LO will be under "Office > Word Processors". OR
you can do like many of use and either put the icon on the desktop or in the
bottom panel.


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