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  1. #11
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    Code:
    locate soffice

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerdonald
    Code:
    whereis soffice
    or if you don't want a bunch of crap like what "whereis soffice" and "locate soffice" gives you:
    Code:
    whereis -b soffice

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    Or simply this:
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    find / -name staroffice

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    we're trying to narrow things down, not give him useless crap to wade through.
    Code:
    find / -iname soffice
    will return way more than the binary.

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    You mentioned a binary. Does that mean that I'm looking for .bin files?

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    no.
    just do:
    Code:
    whereis -b soffice
    that will tell you the complete path that you need to input when you're adding it to your menu.

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