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Since this isn't an request, but an suggestion I start a new topic.

Just for the case that someone decides that an instruction could be useful.

Debian/Ubuntu Installation-Instruction

- Download the unofficial Debian packages (.deb) that suit your system (32/64bit)
- Unpack the archive
- Launch your console/terminal
- If you are not root type 'sudo'
- Type 'dpkg -i '
- mark all .deb packages and drag them into the console/terminal
- execute the command
- type your password
- repeat those steps for the desktop integration

Now you can start LibreOffice and it's modules form the menu

This could be included in the wiki or somewhere else. Maybe with improvements.

26 Nov 2010, 16:01 (+0100)

Impurities make things work and sometime unique.
Go Libre!

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