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Described procedure uses a non standard step by invoking right-click menu
and choosing “Open in Terminal”. Such option requires *
nautilus-open-terminal* package previously installed. I Propose to replace
that by something like:

Open a terminal window a execute the following command

sudo dpkg -i ~/Desktop/LibO_3.3.0_Linux_x86_install-deb_en-US/DEBS/*.deb
and the same idea for desktop-integration package

sudo dpkg -i
This appear also in RPM based instructions.

Escuelas Libres :: Porque la educación es mucho mejor cuando es libre
Para entrenar, cualquier programa sirve. Para educar, sólo Software Libre.
(Federico Heinz)

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