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On 02/23/2011 08:32 AM, Christian Lohmaier wrote:

well, if you want libreoffice from your distribution, then install it
from your distribution - as simple as that.


Well good link.

But "Natty" is 11.04, right?
Should you install Natty 11.04 on a "Maverick" 10.10 system?

Now that Debian and Ubuntu have their repositories [ or at least the next update/upgrade does ], there can be a "note" in the "your" promotion of LibreOffice being shown in the next version and repository for Debian and Ubuntu. I wonder if the RPM versions of Linux are "listed" with LibreOffice in their repositories. Since I use Ubuntu 10.10, I do not use .rpm files.

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