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Cédric Radosavljevic wrote:

My OS is SliTaz GNU/Linux (rolling - 32 bits) and my laptop is an old
Asus Eee PC 900.

I installed LibreOffice 6.1 (Package manager ==> get-LibreOffice ==>
Terminal ==> get-LibreOffice).

Installation OK (after 40 min).

No problems with LibreOffice Writer, Calc, Math, Base.

But 2 problems:

LibreOffice Impress doesn't start (and no error message).

Error message for LibreOffice Draw:
Component cannot be loaded, possibly broken or incomplete installation.
Full error message:

loading component library
<file:///usr/lib/libreoffice6.1/program/../program/> failed.

Here I found an explication for this problem:

There is a dependency to 'avahi' on recent LibreOffice versions but no
package 'avahi' available on SliTaz.

Anyone a solution?

Hi, I'm the author of that bug report. I have a 'hackish' trick I used in
order to run LibreOffice 6.0.6 on my Linux system which does not have Avahi.
It involves compiling two 1-line C programs to make fake shared libraries.
It works with 6.0.x and I expect it would work with 6.1.x too but I haven't
tested it. Would anyone like me to post instructions?

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