Debian Installation :: Possible To Install 8.2 Lxde Without LibreOffice?

Dec 23, 2015

Is it possible to install Debian 8.2 lxde WITHOUT Libreoffice? I have successfully installed it on an eeepc with a 4 gb ssd

But then removed Libreoffice to have room for files.

It works great! It would be nice to just install Debian lxde without Libreoffice, which I do not use, I prefer gnumeric and vim.

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Debian Installation :: Can Not Install LXDE "Frequency Video Exceeded"?

Dec 22, 2010

when installing debian LXDE faced with a challenge - exceeded the frequency of the video (the monitor goes off and a menu appears with the words "video frequency exceeded"Tell me what to do for a successful installation? (Debian has been downloaded through the site card (POWERCOLOR HD4670 AGP)

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Debian :: How To Install Libreoffice

Jan 14, 2011

I am trying couple of days now and I did not managed to intall it non of the ubuntu how to found on the web seemed to works with debian, doesnt anyone has some time to write a install libreoffice how to?

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Debian Multimedia :: Can't Install LibreOffice?

Jan 30, 2011

I'm trying to install Libre Office by using the installation instructions on: [URL].. It goes wrong when i have to decompress the .tar file. I get this message: tar: This does not look like a tar archive tar: Skipping to next header tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors

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Debian :: Install Latest Firefox And Libreoffice In Squeeze?

Mar 24, 2011

For my desktop use, I wanted to keep my office suite and web browser updated while continuing to run Debian stable as my base. Here is how to install the latest Firefox and Libreoffice packages on Squeeze. Download Firefox 4 here. Then as root:

mv firefox*.tar.bz2 /opt
cd /opt
tar -xvjf firefox*.tar.bz2
ln -s /opt/firefox /usr/local/firefox4
ln -s /usr/local/firefox4/firefox /usr/local/bin/firefox4
rm firefox*.tar.bz2

It will install Libreoffice in /opt and the packages will show up in Synaptic Package Manager under "Local". The installation automatically creates menu entries in Gnome for Libreoffice applications. I've had no problems thus far using the latest Libreoffice 3.2.2 and Firefox 4. Hope this is helpful for anyone else wanting to install.

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Debian Multimedia :: LXDE - Remote Installation Through SSH

Jan 26, 2011

1.) Which is the the best open source remote desktop server which you recommend for Debian? And client for windows/linux platform.

2.) How to install LXDE + xserver and point 1. question remote server program through SSH?

P.S. I all ready did install of LXDE and xserver, but I don`t know how to test it, because I`m using ssh.

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Fedora Installation :: New Install With Only LXDE

Jan 14, 2009

I've tried to do a clean install of F10 on one of my pcs. I deselected Gnome and only selected LXDE. But after the installation-proces finished and I did a reboot, I only got a commandline in which I only was able to log into as root. No LXDE. Nor did the command "startx" start X. to my surprise. On another pc I did an install of F10 with Gnome and later on I've installed LXDE. After a reboot I was able to select LXDE in gdm. But how can I get a clean install of F10 with only LXDE? What am I missing here?

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Debian Installation :: LXDE Desktop System Can't Boot

Jan 30, 2015

I have made a based ARM Debian system by using the debootstrap tool, and installed the LXDE Desktop System by using the follow commands.

apt-get update
apt-get install lxde

However, The LXDE Desktop System can't boot when i reboot. What can i do next ?

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Debian Installation :: LXDE Session Only Lasts 10 Seconds?

Apr 18, 2010

I have just upgraded to the latest testing packages with aptitude and now when I log in I get 2 error messages. One is "Your session only lasted less than 10 seconds. If you have not logged out yourself, this could mean that there is some installation problem or that you may be out of diskspace. Try logging in with one of the failsafe sessions to see if you can fix this problem." and then if I click on view details I get "/etc/gdm/Xsession: Beginning session setup..." As long if I don't click OK the system (LXDE) is completely usable and the only thing that doesn't seem to be working properly is wifi - I think I was using network manager which doesn't seem to be loading. The other error message is: "GTK+ icon theme is not properly set This usually means you don't have an XSETTINGS manager running. Desktop environment like GNOME or XFCE automatically execute their XSETTING managers like gnome-settings-daemon or xfce-mcs-manager.

If you don't use these desktop environments, you have two choices:

1. run an XSETTINGS manager, or

2. simply specify an icon theme in ~/.gtkrc-2.0.

For example to use the Tango icon theme add a line: gtk-icon-theme-name="Tango" in your ~/.gtkrc-2.0. (create it if no such file)

NOTICE: The icon theme you choose should be compatible with GNOME, or the file icons cannot be displayed correctly. Due to the differences in icon naming of GNOME and KDE, KDE themes cannot be used. Currently there is no standard for this, but it will be solved by in the future." clicking OK brings up icons etc. and desktop background. I am using an SSD and when I set up the laptop I think that I made /tmp a folder on a ram disk (and maybe a few other temporary files as well). Could this have anything to do with these error messages? (one also pops up about battery empty when the battery is still @ 100% but that is less irritating)

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Debian Installation :: Setting Up Wireless In Lxde Livecd

May 3, 2011

I'm trying to setup the wireless in the debian lxde livecd but I'm not seeing how it is done.

I've searched a bit and found this page [URL] , which says to use the wicd program, but since I don't have internet there, I can't install the program!

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Debian Configuration :: 8.3 LXDE Install - Laptop Goes To Sleep Mode Immediately After Boot

Feb 3, 2016

I have a strange problem in my new debian 8.3 LXDE install. Every time I boot my laptop it goes in to sleep mode automatically after a min. It is a default install and I have not configured any power management options. How do I find out the reason for the automatic sleep and how can I rectify it?

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Debian Configuration :: Configure The Network During The Installation - Lxde AMD64 - Pppoeconf

Apr 8, 2011

I have got the following Problem: I installed the 64 bit lxde Debian version... I couldnt configure the network during the installation because I just have a dsl modem and not a router... so the configuration of the network failed.... after the installation I started debian... and was surprised about the lack of "basic system configuration"-software that had been installed... I couldnt find aptitude or whats the debian-Update-Programm called .... instead I found OpenOffice... HAE? then I tried to configure internet access..... so I started a terminal and tried to start pppoeconf... but the program wasnt found! ARRRGG! What am I doing wrong here.... Why are these system utilities like pppoeconf not always installed...

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Ubuntu Networking :: Lxde - Wireless Doesn't Work In Lxde

Oct 27, 2010

I installed lxde, but my wireless internet doesn't work. I can switch back to gnome and it works perfectly. I tried wicd and manually connecting with the command line. Both fail while trying to get an ip.

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Fedora :: LXDE Spin Is Any Different Then LXDE Installed Repositories?

Dec 8, 2009

Is Fedora LXDE Spin is any different then the LXDE installed the repositories>?

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Debian :: Upgrade To Libreoffice 5

Nov 20, 2015

I'm running Debian 8..How do you upgrade Libreoffice to version 5?

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Debian :: LibreOffice - Cannot Use Reports In LO Base

Apr 23, 2015

I'm using debian wheezy and i managed to install libreoffice from debian wheezy backports.

The LO program works fine, except that i can't use reports in LO Base. When I'm trying to use a report file that already exists in a base file, i'm getting the message "loading component library <file:///usr/lib/libreoffice/program/> failed.

What should i do to make reports work;

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Debian :: What Is DPS File And How To View It In Libreoffice

Jul 14, 2015

What is a .dps file, how do I view the same in debian ? I did try a file and this is what I got :-

Code: Select all[$] file UEFI.dps                                                                                                                 
UEFI.dps: Composite Document File V2 Document, Little Endian, Os: Windows, Version 6.1, Code page: 1200, Author: xxxxx, Total Editing Time: Sat Dec 30 05:00:00 1899, Last Printed: Sat Dec 30 05:00:00 1899, Create Time/Date: Fri Sep 23 20:07:58 2011, Last Saved Time/Date: Sat Dec 30 05:00:00 1899, Number of Pages: 0, Number of Words: 0, Number of Characters: 0, Security: 0, Locale ID: 2052

The .dps file is some Microsoft format. Libreoffice plays it cool. Although do get errors on the console like :-

Code: Select all(soffice:12869): Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_style_context_set_path: assertion 'priv->widget == NULL' failed
* (soffice:12869): CRITICAL **: GdkPixbuf* bitmapToPixbuf(SalBitmap*, SalBitmap*): assertion 'pBitmap->mnBitCount == 24' failed

but still somehow functions...

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Debian :: Stability Of Libreoffice Base?

Jun 8, 2011

I had made a database in OOO Base, but I guess because of the size, it's not uncommon for it to crash. Now that testing and Sid are now using LibreOffice, is the database any more stable? there an alternative database package to be used only on a local machine without a server?

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Debian :: LibreOffice Unable To Print To Pdf

Mar 27, 2011

Installed LibreOffice in Debian Wheezy (KDE)Open a document and type something.

1. Click File -> Export to pdf
A pdf will be generated. No problem

2. Click File -> Print -> Print to File
Only the Postscript option is available, PDF is not available.

Any idea how can I configure so as to get the pdf option when doing a print to file?

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Debian :: Owncloud Makes Libreoffice Too Slow

May 23, 2015

I've recently installed Debian 8 in my machine.

I've got excited when I saw the possibilty to use my Owncloud account (my server is installed on a Digital Ocean cloud machine) directly on the system configuration.

Well, I added the acount there and my owncloud webdav folder appeared on Nautilus everytime I turn my PC on, what's great. So I've started to save my Libreoffice docs on the cloud, believing that I finally got free from google docs.

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Debian Configuration :: Sid: Libreoffice Replaces

Mar 13, 2011

I have box that I run Sid on. I haven't used if for a month or so and have found that OpenOffice is gone and appears to have been replace by LibreOffice. I have come across one other thread which noted something similar. Is LibreOffice any better than OpenOffice? I plan to purge LibreOffice and install OpenOffice back on unless there is a good reason to keep LibreOffice.

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Debian Multimedia :: LibreOffice Crashes On Start-up

Sep 1, 2015

I installed libreoffice from the official Debian repository. Even after a clean installation of Debian Jessie, Libreoffice started and ran only once. After that, when LO was started, it gave an error message: "Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module".I installed "canberra-gtk-module." From then on, LO never gave any error message in terminal. The banner flashes across the screen for a moment and then disappears.

I deleted ~/.config/libreoffice folder and started LO again. Each time the command "libreoffice" is run in terminal, it creates the configuration files in ~/.config folder.I created a new user to check if LO would run. It does run when a new user account is created. But the problem keeps coming back.

After uninstalling libreoffice, I tried installing openoffice 4. Even openoffice 4 wouldn't start. The banner would just appear for a moment.

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Debian :: Scim Stopped Working In LibreOffice-writer

Sep 8, 2015

I use scim to input Chinese in Libreoffice-writer. It worked on one of my computers until a couple of days ago.

Normally to start scim I press Ctrl and the space bar at the same time. Then I use the input method Cangjie to input Chinese.

Now when I do so in Libreoffice-writer "English/European" appears in the scim panel. The other choice is "English/Keyboard". The choice of either doesn't enable me to input Chinese.

In all other software scim works as before.

The computer runs Debian sid. On another computer that runs Debian sid too I don't have the same problem. I have version 5 of Libreoffice on both computers.

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Debian :: LibreOffice Start Error - The Application Cannot Be Started

Jan 27, 2011

I want to use LibreOffice but I keep getting an error every time I try to open any office application.

The error is : The application cannot be started. [context="bundled"] caught unexpected exception!

I installed the .debs the first time and thought it might be wiser to install it from the experimental repos.So I reinstalled but there's no difference,I keep getting the error.

I reinstalled and found that the same error is caused by the installation for the dictionaries.I removed those but the error is still present.

I've seen people post this error on some forums except context=user and not bundle.However,it seems those were Windows 7 machines and that it's a 64 bit bug.

I'm also running the 64 bit version.

Also,if I try to install the desktop-integration .debs I get another error ( that is,if I remove the dictionaries,otherwise the installation runs just fine ) :

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Sep 27, 2015

I want to be able to sort row and columns by clicking on cells? The Libreoffice docs don't provide much information ...

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Ubuntu :: Can't Install Openoffice Or Libreoffice

Jan 12, 2011

I tried to install LibreOffice on the recommendation of my friend and it failed to install. Now I have neither LibreOffice or OpenOffice. I also cannot install OpenOffice from the Ubuntu software center. what can i do to have either one of these.

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Ubuntu :: Libreoffice 3.3 Install Failure?

Mar 11, 2011

Just installed Ubuntu this morning and got rid of openoffice and was trying to install libreoffice via the instructions when I received this error: mike@mike-ubuntu:~/Desktop/libreoffice/DEBS$ ls libobasis3.3-sdk_3.3.2-19_amd64.deb mike@mike-ubuntu:~/Desktop/libreoffice/DEBS$ sudo dpkg -i libo*.deb Selecting previously deselected package libobasis3.3-sdk. (Reading database ... 119423 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking libobasis3.3-sdk (from libobasis3.3-sdk_3.3.2-19_amd64.deb) dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of libobasis3.3-sdk: libobasis3.3-sdk depends on libobasis3.3-core01; however: Package libobasis3.3-core01 is not installed. dpkg: error processing libobasis3.3-sdk (--install): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: libobasis3.3-sdk tried googling the error and the missing library and don't see any answers.

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Debian :: How To Add To LXDE Repository

Nov 10, 2010

Does LXDE have a repository (source.list) like all the other versions (Gnome, KDE, etc.)?How to add to the LXDE Repository

1: Download Synaptic Package Manager apt-get install synaptic
2: Open Synaptic Package Manager--> Settings--> Repositories
3: Click 'Add'

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Fedora :: Trying To Install Libreoffice But Cannot Open With Terminal

Feb 13, 2011

I'm trying to install libreoffice following these instructions URL.. on F14.When I get to the bit 'right with termial' I get stuck because I don't see open with terminal.Please can someone tell me how to open with terminal to complete the installation.I tried using rawhide to get libreoffice but it seems unavailable.

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Apr 7, 2011

How do I install the new LibreOffice Icons in opensuse 11.4 KDE, instead of the opensuse branded ones?. They look to much like openoffice.

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