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LibreOffice Templates Custom Distro

Hello, I have a custom Linux distro in which I'm trying to get templates for LibreOffice to ship by default. Is there a location they need to be placed or a file that needs to be edited? I've already tried using the template manager and add templates that way. I then copied /usr/templates/ and /usr/libreoffice/ as a final step before creating the ISO, hoping that'll preserve the information. However, after a fresh install, LibreOffice runs some kind of initial setup and my templates are nowhere to be found. I know about the Template folder in Home, but that doesn't help me much if I want to use a different username or password for the distro install.


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UBUNTU-DISTRO-INFO(1)					      General Commands Manual					     UBUNTU-DISTRO-INFO(1)

NAME
ubuntu-distro-info - provides information about Ubuntu's distributions SYNOPSIS
ubuntu-distro-info [OPTIONS] OPTIONS
--date=DATE date for calculating the version (default: today) -h, --help display help message and exit -a, --all list all known versions -d, --devel latest development version --lts latest long term support (LTS) version -s, --stable latest stable version --supported list of all supported stable versions --unsupported list of all unsupported stable versions -c, --codename print the codename (default) -r, --release print the release version -f, --fullname print the full name SEE ALSO
debian-distro-info(1), distro-info(1) AUTHOR
The script and this manual page was written by Benjamin Drung <bdrung@debian.org>. distro-info January 2011 UBUNTU-DISTRO-INFO(1)