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The add/remove programs works fine except it fails to put up a link to the app or tell you how to get an icon or link to the app. I just installed OpenOffice suite and everything worked just great except I can't find it.
I know I'm new to this but am I missing something obvious ????
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For me, newly installed software often appears in a menu only after I log out and back in. Then I go looking for where it was placed in the menus.
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OpenOffice 2.1 is an exception... you need to install openoffice.org-kde-integration (or gnome-integration) and openoffice.org-debian-menus
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I have downloaded Open Office using adept, Now how do I install opeoffice.org-kde-integration and openoffice.org-debian-menus.
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Install them the same way as open office.
sudo adept install package.name
Now where was i going? Oh yes, crazy!
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