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Disable Java on Libreoffice at Lubuntu

Disable Java on Libreoffice at Lubuntu

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Lubuntu 12.04 is not shipped with 'Java runtime environment' (JRE) installed by default. You need to install JRE via 'Synaptic package manager' to use Java in websites or local software.
Famous office suite Libreoffice require JRE (Java Runtime Environment) to run several macros in Calc and writer. An expert user may need JRE to use some extra feature. But if you do not need JAVA then you can disable it. General uses can be done with no hasitation.
Java runtime environment required at libreoffice startup
Java runtime environment required at libreoffice startup
When you run LibreOffice first it will show the warning message that says:
Libreoffice requires a Java runtime environment (JRE) to perform this task. Please install JRE and restart LibreOffice.
Click 'OK' to go through. You may see this message at least 6 times. Every time click on 'OK' button to start LibreOffice.

LibreOffice Tools Options
LibreOffice Tools Options
After start LibreOffice go directly to Tools menu. Click 'Tools', a drop down menu will appear. Click on 'Options'.
LibreOffice Options
LibreOffice Options
Click on 'JAVA' at LibreOffice index. See that there is a TICK mark at 'Use a Java runtime environment' text.
disable java in libreoffice
disable java in libreoffice
Click on the radio button of the left side of 'Use a Java runtime environment' text. Now click on 'OK'. Now LibreOffice will not ask for java at every next start.

1 comment:

  1. Very insightful and interesting article. I would love to know more about this so
    posting more would be appreciated.
    LibreOffice

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