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authorAndras Timar <timar@fsf.hu>2011-02-01 18:42:50 +0100
committerAndras Timar <timar@fsf.hu>2011-02-01 18:42:50 +0100
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s/su urpmi/sudo urpmi/ in Mandriva section of README
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<p id="rpminstall3" xml:lang="en-US">This directory contains a subdirectory called "RPMS". Change directory to the "RPMS" directory.</p>
<p id="rpminstall4" xml:lang="en-US">Right-click within the directory and choose "Open in Terminal". A terminal window will open. From the command line of the terminal window, enter the following command (you will be prompted to enter your root user's password before the command will execute):</p>
<p id="rpminstall5" xml:lang="en-US">For Fedora-based systems: su -c 'yum install *.rpm'</p>
- <p id="rpminstall6" xml:lang="en-US">For Mandriva-based systems: su urpmi *.rpm</p>
+ <p id="rpminstall6" xml:lang="en-US">For Mandriva-based systems: sudo urpmi *.rpm</p>
<p id="rpminstall7" xml:lang="en-US">For other RPM-based systems (Suse, etc.): rpm -Uvh *.rpm</p>
<p id="rpminstall8" xml:lang="en-US">The above command does the first part of the installation process. To complete the process, you also need to install the desktop integration packages. To do this, change directory to the "desktop-integration" directory that is within the "RPMS" directory, using the following command:</p>
<p id="rpminstall9" xml:lang="en-US">cd desktop-integration</p>
<p id="rpminstallA" xml:lang="en-US">Now run the installation command again:</p>
<p id="rpminstallB" xml:lang="en-US">For Fedora-based systems: su -c 'yum install *redhat*.rpm'</p>
- <p id="rpminstallC" xml:lang="en-US">For Mandriva-based systems: su urpmi *mandriva*.rpm</p>
+ <p id="rpminstallC" xml:lang="en-US">For Mandriva-based systems: sudo urpmi *mandriva*.rpm</p>
<p id="rpminstallD" xml:lang="en-US">For other RPM-based systems (Suse, etc.): rpm -Uvh *suse*.rpm</p>
<p id="rpminstallE" xml:lang="en-US">The installation process is now completed, and you should have icons for all the ${PRODUCTNAME} applications in your desktop's Applications/Office menu.</p>
<h3 id="sdfsdfgf42t2" xml:lang="en-US">Notes Concerning Desktop Integration for Linux Distributions Not Covered in the Above Installation Instructions</h3>
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<p id="linuxlangpack5" xml:lang="en-US">From the Nautilus file manager, right-click in the directory and choose the command "Open in terminal". In the terminal window you just opened, execute the command to install the language pack (with all of the commands below, you may be prompted to enter your root user's password):</p>
<p id="linuxlangpack6" xml:lang="en-US">For Debian/Ubuntu-based systems: sudo dpkg -i *.deb</p>
<p id="linuxlangpack7" xml:lang="en-US">For Fedora-based systems: su -c 'yum install *.rpm'</p>
- <p id="linuxlangpack8" xml:lang="en-US">For Mandriva-based systems: su urpmi *.rpm</p>
+ <p id="linuxlangpack8" xml:lang="en-US">For Mandriva-based systems: sudo urpmi *.rpm</p>
<p id="linuxlangpack9" xml:lang="en-US">For other RPM-using systems (Suse, etc.): rpm -Uvh *.rpm</p>
<p id="linuxlangpackA" xml:lang="en-US">Now start one of the ${PRODUCTNAME} applications - Writer, for instance. Go to the Tools menu and choose Options. In the Options dialog box, click on "Language Settings" and then click on "Languages". Dropdown the "User interface" list and select the language you just installed. If you want, do the same thing for the "Locale setting", the "Default currency", and the "Default languages for documents".</p>
<p id="linuxlangpackB" xml:lang="en-US">After adjusting those settings, click on OK. The dialog box will close, and you will see an information message telling you that your changes will only be activated after you exit ${PRODUCTNAME} and start it again (remember to also exit the QuickStarter if it is started).</p>