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On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 6:02 PM, J.B. Nicholson-Owens <> wrote:
Is there some way to install LibreOffice and its language packs completely
from the command line?

the Installation of languagepacks on mac consists of extracting a
tarball included within the dmg - the GUI is only there to find the
installation location, ask for admin privileges if necessary and in
order not to have to use the commandline..

But as admin, asking for a way using the commandline, mount the dmg,
then just extract the tarball in the LO installation directory (tar -C
<installation location> -xjf <langpackcontentdir>/tarball.tar.bz2),
then umount/detach the languagepack.


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