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[tdf-discuss] Re: A better idea for a download package.


Le 2010-12-02 11:27, Sigrid Carrera a écrit :


Why ship an installer, when it is preferred to use the package manager from
your Linux distribution? For Mandriva (on the console) do the following:

- go to the directory that has all the rpm packages
- su
- (enter password)
- urpmi *.rpm

That installs all packages in the necessary order, you don't have to do
anything else.

As alternative, it should also be possible to use the gui:

(I did not test this, but it should be easily doable)

- Use konqueror / nautilus / dolphin or any other file manager, change into
the folder, that has all your rpms you want to install
- Mark all the files you want to install
- Do a right click and choose "Open with Software installer"
- Enter your root password in the popup
- Installation should be done automatically.

[...]

Sigrid


I had actually not installed any of the language packs as I just assumed that they would work. But now that I am trying to add them .... I downloaded the appropriate packs of English UK and French, unpacked them and installed them. But the language don't show in the language setting in the Tools->Options. They are all for 64-bit version.

Are these disabled? Am I missing something?

Marc


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