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marianoi wrote:It still does not work for me. I tried every recommendation in vain...
I am using Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit (I installed the 32 bit libraries)
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Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:23 am Post
ubersoft wrote:If you're running a 64 bit system, my experience is there's no way to get it to completely work. You can get it to the point where it will start identifying mispelled words (i.e. underlining them etc) but it will still have no vocabulary to work from so it will underline almost everything, and it won't retain any memory of words you try to "teach" it the next time you reboot.
If it's a 32bit system, I think the packages you need to have installed are listed in this thread.
Wed Apr 17, 2013 12:42 pm Post
ubersoft wrote:I suspect you have a higher tolerance for the red squiggly than I do. The difference between what it marks as mispelled on a 64 bit system and what it marks as mispelled on a 32 bit system is staggering.
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