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[libreoffice-users] can' t run libreoffice in amd64 debian/lenny


I downloaded the debs for amd64 libreoffice, and did
dpkg -i *.debs in the DEBS dir.
Trying to run soffice from /opt (where it installed) gives:
/opt/libreoffice/program/soffice.bin: symbol lookup error:
/opt/libreoffice/basis3.3/program/libcairo.so.2: undefined symbol:

Same thing if I try to run individual components (i.e., swriter).

This is, as mentioned, on Debian/Lenny, amd64.
libcairo.so.2, incidentally, is in /usr/lib, not in /opt...
Obviously, it's looking in the wrong place for this library.
Oddly, I had similar trouble trying to run kompozer and acroread
(looking in the wrong place for libs),
although I'm sure that's completely unrelated to libreoffice.
All the same, I have all these same programs running fine on a 32bit
debian lenny machine in another room,
so, I can't help but think it has something to do with amd64.

please assist.



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[libreoffice-users] Re: can' t run libreoffice in amd64 debian/lennyMarcel Svitalsk√Ĺ <marcel.svitalsky@gmail.com>
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