Pointing out the rpm one does hint at the existence of a deb one. The name of
the rpm one often gives a clue as to the likely name of the deb one. A lot of
projects have their own websites and their own user forums so a good first start
might be to google for those sorts of things. However, we all tend to be a lot
more aware of what is going on in our own family of distros or our own preferred
DE. It was good to ask jic tho :
Good luck and regards from
From: Marc Paré <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email] Sent: Thu, 27 January, 2011 6:08:47
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Re: OpenClipart with LibreOffice
I'm using LMDE and I just opened synaptic and did a search and
there is an openclipart-svg package, as well as a meta-package.
When I originally downloaded it in Fedora I believe the files
went to /usr/share (though I previously downloaded the rpm in Fedora 12
I think and and now have the files in a shared data partition under
Pictures / openclipart).
As far as having them in the right place for LO, I just opened LO draw
and see that the gallery location on my install
is: /opt/libreoffice/basis3.3/share/gallery so I imagine one could move
the files there or create a soft link or something... others who are
more familiar could probably be more specific.
But there are openclipart files for Debian, I'm using the testing repo.