Ram-Z wrote:[ramsi@shada ~]$ ccr artha
0 ccr/artha 1.0.2-1
A free cross-platform English thesaurus based on WordNet
Type numbers to install. Separate each number with a space.
Numbers: The number is in front of the package, in this case: 0If you know the name of the package you can also install it directly with:ccr -S <pkgname>Many Thanks.
It is not getting installed due to various dependencies issues.
Can someone suggest me an AMI from Amazon AWS with this package pre-installed?
Or I will like to know the distro (centos /redhat/ Suse etc) that is best suited for
Ah, ok. :-)Still I have the problem with the missing Thesaurus (Tools -> Language - Thesaurus). It is greyed out here although I have installed the lang packs (both en + de). Spellchecking works tho... any clues?
We, a group from an Oriental Institution of Sri Lanka, are developing perfect hunspell dictionary for 'Sinhala' language. The available dictionary is of no use at all, since it has thousands of spelling mistakes. At the same time, we also need to develop a thesaurus for Sinhala that can work with Libreoffice and other linux-based software.
I have the version of openoffice below but despite ticking the right selections at install and then additionally downloading dictionaries to add as extensions I still get the thesaurus function greyed out after selecting a word.I must be missing something, has anyone any suggestions?OpenOffice.org 3.2.1 OOO320m19 (Build:9505)ooo-build 126.96.36.199, Debian package 1:3.2.1-11+squeeze2
I have Artha Dictioanry installed on my Fedora 16. But to use it, first i have to start it with the GUI so that it appear at the notofication bar, then either pess Ctrl + Alt + W or select it from notification bar to search a word.