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Mark LaPierre wrote:

Yup, root.  I was trying to install it as a system wide extension.  That
would take root powers.

Maybe I need a little hand holding.  I RTFM and followed the
instructions but no soap.  Can any of you who were successful tell me
how you got it installed for Libreoffice 4 as a system wide extension?

I did it on Mac OS X with 
sudo /Applications/ 

On other systems you would have to locate unopkg, but for the rest it should be the same.

You can use unopkg add, or (as I did if I remember correctly) unopkg gui.
For help give unopkg --help

The difference between sudo and running as root is that with sudo you get root privileges, but you 
are still running in the user's environment.

Piet van Oostrum <>
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