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Old 11-06-2006, 07:07 PM   #1
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How do you OpenOffice internationalization?

Installing CentOS with the complete install, I noticed that OpenOffice internationalization files took up ~700MB. How do I remove those files, which are useless for me?
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I found a folder named /usr/share/i18n the total was 3.9Meg---and nothing to indicate that the files were in some way unique to OOo.

Just for drill, try downloading OOo (rpm version--if there is a choice) and extract into something like /opt. You will find a whole bunch of *.rpm files---see if one of them looks relevant. At least this might tell you what to search for.


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