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Dnia 2013-10-25, o godz. 22:42:17
baldwin linguas <> napisał(a):

First, I just cd-ed to that dir and did
$ for i in $(ls); do dpkg -i $i; done
but this does them in alphabetical order, which won't work.

I think that is the reason. You have invoked dpkg for each package in
archive separately, and it complains about missing dependencies.
If you invoke it for all packages at once, it will figure out
dependencies itself.

This is how I install packages from TDF website; all steps as root:

# cp <downloaded.tar.gz> /tmp/
# cd /tmp/
# unp <downloaded.tar.gz>
# cd <LO directory>/DEBS/
# rm *-debian-menus* # this package, available since 4.1, adds 
    menu items that will execute LO; and I don't want my menus cluttered
# dpkg -i *
# (ls -1 |while read line; do awk -F '_' '{print $1}' ; done)> ~/lo-x.x-website

Last command will prepare file with package names on my /root/ dir
so I can do this to uninstall TDF version:
# aptitude purge $(cat /root/lo-x.x-website )

I have 4.0.6 installed this way and it works; I used to have 4.1.1 as well, 
but removed that one when I upgraded to 4.1.2 from Debian repo (which 
I prefer due to KDE4 integration package).
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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