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With the continuing problem with the help files being available and not available, would it then make sense for the download detection, at the point of detection, detect the OS and if there is need for a help file download? Then, we could download the distro, lang pack (if necessary) and help file (if necessary).

I hope that the help files will be included with all distros. This is a real deal-breaker for educational use. I doubt very much that any educational institutions would look kindly at having to install help files (as extra downloads). This just make a seamless installation that much more complicated for nothing. Plus the fact that an office suite without a help file doesn't quite make much sense.

In the meantime, could we also have a link on the download page indicating where to download the help files (if needed)? We should really be all testing the files and, I guess, we should also be testing whether these install properly to the different linux distros.



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