Am 19.02.11 18:02, schrieb J.B. Nicholson-Owens:
In another thread, Uwe Altmann wrote docs for installing a LibreOffice
Download and open the *.dmg file
Start the Program "OpenOffice.org 3.3 Language Pack" into the dmg.
Select the LO/OOo-Version you want to update with the langpack.
Is there some way to install LibreOffice and its language packs
completely from the command line?
It would be more convenient for admins who do large-scale deployments to
be able to do automated installs, including installs from remote control
systems like Apple Remote Desktop. The native MacOS X package allows one
to use the "open" command to fully install packages without providing
any kind of additional confirmation (such as clicking "OK").
First do a complete installation of LO (plus langpacks, helpfiles, forms
for all users and all that stuff) that you want to have on one Mac.
Than copy the .app - Package of this LO Version to all other computers
on which you like to have it.
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