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Re: Bug#283923: openoffice.org-bin: Some OpenOffice packages fails to install properly during a fully automated install

(Italian l10n list CC'ed...as this seems related to the localisation somewhere)

Quoting Chris Halls (halls@debian.org):
> On Thu, 2004-12-02 at 11:35 +0100, Christian Perrier wrote:
> > This bugs has been experienced (and may be reproduced) with an automated
> > install I did today with a test machine.
> > 
> > This was a fresh install of a system, in Italian language, with D-I RC2. The
> > install includes installing the desktop task.
> Can you change the language to English please?


Indeed since that error showed up, I had my test box runnig a few
other installs, exactly the same ones...but in other languages.

In all cases, but italian, the install went OK. I retried an Italian
install just a few minutes ago and the install failed again with the
exact same problem.

So, I suspect that changing to Engish would trigger no error at all.

> I can't see any error mesages in your output that indicate the cause.
> The only messages that you included seem to say that openoffice.org was
> not set up because openoffice.org-bin was not installed, but your log
> shows openoffice.org-bin was selected to be installed.

The difference lies in the language tasks. When one does a scratch
install with d-i and choose the desktop task, the <language> and
<language>-desktop tasks are added to the desktop task.

I suspect that one of the packages in the italian-desktop task is
triggering this problem by some nasty dependency problem.

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