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On 05/08/15 16:12, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
2015-08-05 17:02 GMT+02:00 Gordon Burgess-Parker < <>>:

    On 05/08/15 11:33, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:

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    Trying to install on Linux Mint 17.2 using the Deb download and I
    get this error when trying to open:

Trying to open what? LibreOffice after installation completed or what?

That's correct. Install goes OK, get the error on launching.

    LibreOffice 5.0 - Fatal Error
    The application cannot be started.
    User installation could not be completed.

Did this happen when installing or when trying to open the program?

Trying to open.

    How do I fix that?

First we need to know exactly what happened. Exactly what did you download, from exactly where? How did you install it (clicking something or using a terminal)? Some details about your computer would also be appropriate I think, for instance to figure out if you selected the right package for your machine.

I downloaded the 64 bit Deb package from, extracted all files, right-clicked in the Debs folder and chose "open with Terminal". I then issued the command
sudo dpkg -i *.deb

My computer is an Acer Aspire E3 112 64 bit with 120GB SSD and 4GB RAM

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