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On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 7:10 AM, Arda Tunccekic <> wrote:
In Ubuntu Natty Narwhal (11.04) Alpha2, libreoffice comes with the system
pre installed.
That's cool, it also updates itself with the general system update, but the
deb files I download from the official site does not install.

Let me try again...

#dpkg -i libobasis3.3-tr_3.3.1-19_i386.deb
Unpacking libobasis3.3-tr
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of libobasis3.3-tr
libobasis3.3-tr depends on libobasis3.3-core01;

#dpkg -i libobasis3.3-tr-calc_3.3.1-19_i386.deb
Unpacking libobasis3.3-tr-calc
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of libobasis3.3-tr-calc
Package libobasis3.3-tr is not configured yet

In that case, until the repos for Natty are properly populated, your
best bet is to uninstall the pre-installed LO and use the TDF debs to
install what you need.

I ran into a similar situation in CentOS when I wanted to use a more
recent OOo than that with which it shipped, and every time they
updated the older OOo, it blew mine away (difference in the generation
revision sequencing).  I ultimately put an exception in the yum repos
files to skip OOo on system updates and all was fine.  Haven't needed
to do this with Ubuntu yet, but I expect there's a similar setting
capability with apt*.

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