On 02/28/2011 06:52 AM, James Wilde wrote:
On Feb 28, 2011, at 00:50 , NoOp wrote:
I'd be willing to bet that you have the Ubuntu libreoffice PPA.
What do you show for:
$ cat /etc/apt/sources.list | grep libreoffice
Can you also show the output of:
$ apt-cache policy libreoffice
Thanks, NoOp. I decided to google on it, and discovered that I was
lacking a repository in my Synaptic. Fixed that last night, and now
I have LioB installed. Must just update it with the UK, Swedish and
Chinese dictionaries and stuff.
Hope that works for you. Personally, unless I were testing/contributing
for Ubuntu, I'd take ZenWiz's advise and install from the libreoffice
I have issues with a PPA/package that insists on uninstalling (or
insisting that I uninstall) an existing OOo install simply because the
packager can't figure out how to install (or is too lazy to do so) the
LO package without affecting existing office packages.
I wonder just how many would find it acceptable if the LO PPA also
removed all other office packages (Abiword for instance) in the process?
Or if the TDF .deb required that you uninstalled your distro OOo before
Please remember to report issues in launchpad & specify that you are
running the PPA version. Also, if you report issues here, please do the
same (specify that you are running a distro PPA version).
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