On 09/15/2013 11:24 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
OK, I went to Synaptic Package Manager and looked up "libhyphen".
It was there as part of the Ubuntu packages.
Maybe Mint did not install that package.
So go to your package manager and look up and install that "Debian"
package and see if that helps.
My package was labeled "libhyphen0".
Looking up "hyphen", I have the following [but not the entire list]
So go that route.
Look up the packages in you package manager - I prefer to use Synaptic
which Ubuntu no longer installs by default. Then install them there.
You might fix some of your issues.
As I stated, Mint and I had problems with one if my network printers -
it did not exist on the network - but would use it as a USB printer.
Had no issues with Ubuntu 10.04 or 12.04.
Okay, here's what I've done.
1. I searched Synaptic for "libhyphen" and found the same files you
mentioned. Yet, LO doesn't recognize it.
2. I then uninstalled my Linux Mint. It was no big deal as I had a Bible
research program that wouldn't work with it anyway. (I won't necessarily
blame Mint, but I didn't want to have to chase down two Mint problems)
3. I installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS using the Wubi installer. That installed
LO 3.5.x by default. (The Bible research program also worked.)
4. I checked LO 3.5.x, under Options/Language Settings/Writing Aids/ and
it had the Hunspell spellcheck module, but it did not have any modules
for Hyphenation, Grammar, or Thesaurus.
5. I then upgraded LO to 18.104.22.168 using the
"ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-0" repository. That was a little weird as
I followed online instructions for upgrading to 4.0.5, but the closest I
got was 22.214.171.124. Oh, well.
6. I then installed the American English dictionary from the dictionary
7. Once that was installed, I gained the OpenOffice Thesaurus module,
but still no Hyphenation or Grammar Checker modules.
8. Using Synaptic, I found all the same files you listed on your system.
9. Out of curiosity, I then noticed the packages listed at
mentions the "hunspell" package and, immediately after, a "hyphen"
package (version 2.8.3-1~lucid1), but no "libhyphen" package. At this
point, I'm waaayyyy out of my techno comfort zone.
This has become a real head scratcher for me. For my actual work, I'm
still booting into Windows, but the OCD side of me wants to figure this out.
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