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  1. #1

    Default Problem with LibreOffice

    When I tried to build my own version of JeOS based on openSUSE 13.2, this error occurs while LibreOffice was being compiled:
    Expected 561 packages, installed 0.
    RPM output:
    error: Failed dependencies:
    /bin/sh is needed by libreoffice-4.3.3.2-4.1.x86_64

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Problem with LibreOffice

    BTW am using openSUSE 13.2 (Harlequin) (x86_64) with GNOME deskotp, am NON-Technical and learning a lot using zypper.

    So my limits are tested when try to query with rpm :-(



    Code:
    linux-zu5x:~ # zypper se -d jeos
    Loading repository data...
    Reading installed packages...
    
    S | Name              | Summary                            | Type   
    --+-------------------+------------------------------------+--------
      | kiwi-templates    | KIWI - JeOS system image templates | package
      | openSUSE-2014-685 | recommended update for kiwi        | patch  
    linux-zu5x:~ # zypper info kiwi-templates
    Loading repository data...
    Reading installed packages...
    
    
    Information for package kiwi-templates:
    ---------------------------------------
    Repository: Main Update Repository
    Name: kiwi-templates
    Version: 7.01.18-5.1
    Arch: x86_64
    Vendor: openSUSE
    Installed: No
    Status: not installed
    Installed Size: 86.5 KiB
    Summary: KIWI - JeOS system image templates
    Description: 
      This package contains system image templates to easily build
      a JeOS based operating system image with kiwi
    linux-zu5x:~ #

    Code:
    linux-zu5x:~ # zypper info libreoffice
    Loading repository data...
    Reading installed packages...
    
    
    Information for package libreoffice:
    ------------------------------------
    Repository: Main Update Repository
    Name: libreoffice
    Version: 4.3.5.2-8.1
    Arch: x86_64
    Vendor: openSUSE
    Installed: Yes
    Status: up-to-date
    Installed Size: 209.9 MiB
    Summary: A Free Office Suite (Framework)
    Description: 
      LibreOffice is a comprehensive office package featuring a word
      processor, a spreadsheet, a presentation program, and much more. This
      package provides only the basic framework. You have to install the
      additional modules to get the required functionality, see packages:
      
      - libreoffice-base
      - libreoffice-calc
      - libreoffice-draw
      - libreoffice-impress
      - libreoffice-math
      - libreoffice-writer
      
      Some optional features are provided by extra packages, for example:
      
      - libreoffice-mailmerge
      - libreoffice-filters
      - libreoffice-kde4
      - libreoffice-gnome
      
      Non-English localizations are provided by extra packages as well, for
      example:
      
      - libreoffice-l10n-de
      - libreoffice-l10n-fr
      - libreoffice-l10n-it
    linux-zu5x:~ #

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    Default Re: Problem with LibreOffice

    /bin/sh is the same as bash; just invoke it with sh or /bin/sh.

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    Default Re: Problem with LibreOffice

    I am having the same problem in suse studio at the moment of creating a live iso

    Expected 1184 packages, installed 0.
    RPM output:
    error: Failed dependencies:
    /bin/sh is needed by libreoffice-4.3.5.2-8.1.x86_64
    Following packages were not installed:
    How can I fix this in suse studio? I want to include libreoffice in a live personalized multimedia version of opensuse 13.2 64 bit kde based template

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    Default Re: Problem with LibreOffice

    This issues is fixed now, please try again.

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