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I suspect that means you are using a Debian Linux build.
You have to run the install with an ignore errors instruction. run rpm --help at the terminal to find out the exact command. I had to do this, but cannot remember the exact option I used.
oke thank you .
well ill send an mail to staroffice, they also call me home , service is pretty good from that guy.
i changed the rpm files into deb files with alien , after that i install them , star office seems to be up to date now ....
thank you for your answer ,