[Libreoffice-qa] LO 220.127.116.11 does not start from KDE menu?
pmladek at suse.cz
Fri Jul 26 07:29:29 PDT 2013
(and once again to the mailing list :-)
Thomas Hackert píše v Pá 26. 07. 2013 v 16:03 +0200:
> Hello Petr, *,
> and now my second try ... :( I have sent this message to the qa list and
> got a message á la "Your mail is waiting for a moderator" for whatever
> reason ... :(
Florian Reisinger <florei at libreoffice.org> is looking it. I hope that he
would solve it.
> On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 01:49:17PM +0200, Petr Mladek wrote:
> > Please, make sure that you have installed the package
> > libreoffice4.1-debian-menus_4.1.0-4_all.deb.
> I found out, that for some reason I have installed
> ii libreoffice-debian-menus 3.6.7-2
> all LibreOffice desktop integration
This one is not needed if you do not have the other 3.6.7 packages.
> ii libreoffice4.1-debian-menus 4.1.0-4
> all LibreOffice 4.1 desktop integration
> . Though I have purged LO 3.6.7 a couple of days ago, I seem to have
> missed this one ... :(
There was a bug that the libreoffice-debian-menus package names were not
versioned. The package 18.104.22.168 buld has the name
libreoffice4.1-debian-menus, so it finally has the same prefix as the
other libreoffice4.1 packages and can be installed in parallel with 3.6.
> > You might need to remove the package "libreoffice" before.
> Which one? That from Debian (which is not installed) or from TDF?
The one from TDF if you have it.
> > Note that "libreoffice" was wrong name of the "debian-menus" package in
> > earlier RCs, see https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=67041
> All dev builds are installed following
So, you did the following?
for i in ../*.deb; do dpkg-deb -x $i . ; done
Hmm, this just unpack the files but it does not call the postinstall
scripts. You might want to remove the files and really install the
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
> > You might also try to reinstall the "debian-menus" package to make sure
> > that the postinstall scripts were called correctly.
> Does not change anything ... :(
I hope that it is because using "dpkg-deb -x" instead of "dpkg -i".
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