Do we still need to remove/purge the last version of LO for a DEB install?
You use to.
On 01/02/2014 06:20 AM, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Charles, *,
Am 30.12.2013 18:53 schrieb "Charles-H. Schulz" <
I am redoing it for the new website but I think some of the info there
I'd go for a command line only instructions, as people don't necessarily
know that nautilus is the file manager or use gnome...
And the desktop-integration subdirectory is no more. There's only the
freedesktop-menus rpm (and the Debian one for the Debs)
Any guidance appreciated, otherwise I'll rewrite it
entirely, but it will be shorter.
Shorter is better. Strip the how to download stuff..
* open terminal
* extract the downloaded tar balls (tar -xf filename) (all at once)
* install RPMs. Just use plain rpm, no need to use system specific tool as
there are no dependencies that need to be resolved:
rpm -Uhv LibreOffice*/RPMS/*.rpm
Replace the last line with the corresponding deb command.
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