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On 04/30/15 02:19, Alex Thurgood wrote:
Le 29/04/2015 02:38, Mark LaPierre a écrit :


I followed the link above.  It took me to a download page for MRI 1.2.4
which fails to install even though it says right under the download link
that it is compatible with LO 4.

I started Libreoffice as root user then used the menu option Tools =>
Extension Manager which opens the Extension Manager window.  I clicked
the [Add] button and navigated to the file MRI 1.2.4.  Again, it fails
to install.

From memory, you shouldn't need to be root to install the extension, it
should install just fine as a normal user extension.


That is probably true as that's pretty much what happened when I tried
to install it, even though it didn't work.  I want it to be a system
wide extension so I'm going to need root powers to do that some time.  I
have no clue how though.  Can someone leave me a bread crumb trail?

   ^ ^  Mark LaPierre
Registered Linux user No #267004

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