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On 02/15/2011 10:13 AM, Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
Ubuntu 10.04
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 

Unless you are pressed for disk space why not just keep it so that you
can compare if you wish? LO (from and OOo (from will happily coexist as they are both installed in the
/opt folders. If not, just use synaptic.

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