You are trying to install an Ubuntu application on a Debian Crunchbang system. This is unlikely to succeed, and is very likely to break your system.
I suggest you use Ubuntu if you desperately want that particular software. But what is the problem with LibreOffice, which IS available from the repos (and is installable by running the cb-welcome script again iirc)?
it's in your right-click menu, under "Office".
wget http://kdl.cc.ksosoft.com/wps-community/download/a15/wps-office_18.104.22.16851~a15_i386.deb sudo dpkg -i wps-office_22.214.171.12451~a15_i386.deb # <wait a minute> # it prints out what packages are missing (for me it was libglu1-mesa) sudo apt-get install -f # <wait a few seconds>
Last edited by machinebacon (2014-09-28 09:09:27)
My bad, I just saw the "To install in Ubuntu" bit, and didn't investigate further
i, too, have a language issue - i need spell-checking support for finnish - and i got it for libreoffice after following step-by-step instructions from arch wiki, bless her.
no, there's no problem, i'm just comparing. we will see whether kingsoft office has something to offer. if i can accept the unclear licensing.
it seems to have a reputation for being "the closest you can get to MS Office", at least on linux.
not sure if i need that or if it's even something good.
i got it installed and it works well enough.
startup is very fast, but dropdown menus are curiously slow.