Re: [tdf-discuss] MacOS X install: use native packaging which can be installed without user confirmation?
Christian Lohmaier wrote:
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.
Thanks; this was quite helpful.
Should LO's needs for application and language pack installation no
longer mesh well with TAR archives, I hope they'll LO developers and
packagers will consider confirmation-free installs.
J.B. Nicholson-Owens, Website and Network Administrator
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