The 'Get Openoffice' script fails to install the downloaded rpms. It claims, that not all packages could be retrieved from the internet.
A single rpm is in the partial directory in the apt-archives. I copied it over into /var/cache/apt/archives and made a rpm -ivh *rpm
. All rpms were installed, but when the partial rpm was installed I got the following output:Fehler: Entpacken des Archivs fehlgeschlagen bei Datei /opt/openoffice.org/basis3.2/program/components/libmork.so;4c0bf312: cpio: read
It means, an error has occurred while unpacking/opening the archive of file /opt/openoffice.org/basis3.2/program/components/libmork.so;4c0bf312: cpio: read.
The rpm that seems to be incomplete and/or flawed is ooobasis3.2-core07.
I have gone through the process twice with the same results.
Any chance to download the rpm by hand? OpenOffice refuses to start. I have entries in the LXDE menu, however the icons are missing (I have standard application icons instead).
When starting Synaptic I got a message, that the dependencies of ten packages on the system are broken. I uninstalled the packages.
I don't want to download all the stuff again, since my data plan reduces bandwidth after an amount of traffic. PS:
Ok, found the repo path in the 'Get Openoffice' script. Installed everything manually and it works so far.
Just in case someone else stumbles over this prob... PS2:
Just a detail concerning the icons: Copy the OpenOffice icons from /usr/share/icons/gnome/48x48/apps
, log out and log in. The icons are there.