On 06/10/10 09:59 PM, Traduction.BIZ wrote:
I installed LibreOffice 3.3 beta on Ubuntu 10.10. My language support
settings were set to en_ph and LibO would not load. I got the message:
"Missing vcl resource. This indicates that files vital to localisation
are missing. You might have a corrupt installation."
"The program cannot be started. A general error occurred while
accessing your central configuration."
I changed my system-wide language to en and en_us but I'm still
getting the same result.
I have OOo 3.2 installed also (it's still working).
Anyone got any ideas?
You may not have got all the needed packages.
I got the same error message.
do a sudo apt-get install libreoffice3* lobasis3.3* libreoffice-debian-menus
...will install "everything" including the extensions.
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