On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 07:19:13PM +0100, Luuk wrote:
On 15-02-11 19:13, Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
I downloaded and installed OO 3.3 direct from OO because I need the
integration with Thunderbird addressbook (the Ubuntu-supplied OO
doesn't have that).
I now want to replace that version of OO with LO.
I can do the install of LO but I can't find the syntax to uninstall OO
The info is on their help pages, and did not change since version 7.04
so, form a commandline you can type:
$ sudo apt-get remove /package
'package' should be replace by the name of the openoffice package, see the link for more info...
A better way to go would be "apt-get purge <package>" as root. This will
delete configuration files etc that apt-get won't.
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