On 03/22/2011 04:09 PM, Don C. Myers wrote:
In Ubuntu 10.10 I downloaded the debian 32 bit 3.3.2 version from
LibreOffice.org , and in the terminal uninstalled the 3.3.1 and
installed the 3.3.2 version. In the About LibreOffice box it shows:
To uninstall 3.3.1 I ran:
sudo apt-get remove libreoffice*.*
I did not uninstall 3.3.1 first.
If I should, then I will do that.
To install the office package I had the extracted downloaded folder on
the desktop and ran:
sudo dpkg -i
to install the package and ran:
sudo dpkg -i
to install the menus.
In 3.3.1, it was:
libreoffice3.3-debian-menus_3.3-8_all.deb instead of the
/libreoffice3.3-debian-menus_3.3-202_all.deb in 3.3.2
On 03/22/2011 03:55 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions wrote:
I wonder what is correct?
I just downloaded 3.3.2 for DEB x86-64.
After I installed it, I got the following in the "About LibreOffice"
in Writer, Calc, etc..
the latest version listed in the Synaptic Package Manager
showed 3.3.2-19 for everything except "debian-menus"
which was 3.3-202.
So this 3.3.2 download actually 3.3.2, or is it a new build for 3.3.1,
or there was a mistake in the "About LibreOffice" in the Help menus.
I would like to know.
The bit where the package manager shows it as 3.3.2-19 installed,
and not in the "about" list makes it a little confusing.
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