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I want to edit a postgresql base using libreoffice-base.

When I launch the database wizard of Libreoffice-base, I am blocked at the first step: I can select an existing base, but the only ones available are:

  • jdbc
  • oracle jdbc
  • spreadsheet
  • dbase
  • text
  • mysql
  • obbc

The list does not include postgresql. My libreoffice version is, and my OS is Ubuntu 12.04.

What packages should I install so as to have postgresql in this list ?

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

Well I've found out what was wrong...

I only had to install the package libreoffice-sdbc-postgresql , and now I can select postgresql in libreoffice-base.

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