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Yesterday, I installed 3.4.3 over 3.4.1, and it worked fine on my Ubuntu system.

On 09/29/2011 06:18 AM, Tom wrote:
Hi :)
I think you can install straight over the top but keep the installer in case
that doesn't work.  I would createa  back-up copy of the user-profile /
config folder before starting something like this and copy it to somewhere

In Gnu&Linux the config folder is usually
I would back-up the hidden folder ".libreoffice" or the "3" to make sure of
getting everything.  I've not yet needed the back-up but that's probably
Murphy's Law acting in my favour.  ie if you don't make a back-up you will
need it but if you do then you wont need it and will have wasted your time
making the back-up ;)  I'm not entirely certain that's the normal
interpretation of Murphy's Law but it seems to work.

Regards from
Tom :)

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