tar -xvf OOo_3.2.0_LinuxIntel_install_en-GB_deb.tar.gz
sudo dpkg -i OOo_3.2.0_LinuxIntel_install_en-GB.deb
T J Tulley wrote:Thanks a lot, Leppie.
T J Tulley wrote:I have as usual saved the package to my general Download store, and copied it to Desktop for installation. First I shall need to backup and close my working programs.
T J Tulley wrote:I doubt if my Helena is 64-bit - I downloaded the .iso file very soon after it was released and it is Standard Edition.
pae is not listed in Package Manager, so I entered $ sudo apt-get install pae - it couldn't find package pae, so I shall be grateful for advice.
sudo apt-get install linux-server linux-headers-server linux-restricted-modules-server
T J Tulley wrote:I have posted several questions about getting Windows-7 64-bit to show ext2 and ext3 partitions - it is so new that the earlier software to do that is non-compliant. Any ideas?
T J Tulley wrote:I've just copied and pasted your command into a terminal, which reports:
E: Couldn't find package linux-restricted-modules-server
[Edited 7:33 P.M. this forum's clock is an hour ahead!]
T J Tulley wrote:My data files are installed (under Linux-8) in the Windows NTFS partition of the internal drive, but Windows-7 doesn't show them there.
T J Tulley wrote:If I add an external drive (with partitions in both NTFS and ext*, Windows shows only the NTFS partition. This includes backup copies of my data files, and strangely, Windows shows these. They were mostly created in a 32-bit system but have been edited since moving into this environment.
T J Tulley wrote:I shall need to spend time creating data in /users/theo/My Documents under Windows 64-bit and then investigate whether what I've introduced there shows under Linux 32-bit (but installed under a 64-bit cpu). I have OpenOffice 3.1.1 in both.
ln -s "/media/Windows 7/Users/theo/My Documents"
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