On Wed, 28 Mar 2012 15:38:40 +0200, Alexander Thurgood <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Le 28/03/12 14:29, Heinrich Stoellinger a écrit :
I've just done a default installation of Linux Mint 12 on a spare
machine, so I will test with the default provided LO and mysql-connector
and report back when I get some time.
Additionally, you might like to try with the old connectors provided via
the Apache OpenOffice.org website, since these are now said to function
again with LibreOffice 3.5 (bug corrected in LO regarding component
Thanks for the hint! I downloaded the deb-package from the Apache-OpenOffice.org
website and tried to install it with dpkg -i ...
Unfortunately it refuses to install because I have the wrong version of libreoffice-core
(3.3) installed according to aptitude. As mentioned before - being a glutton for punischment -
I installed LO 3.5.2-rc1 (again - using dpkg -i for the deb-packages downloaded from the LO-site).
I am not quite aware how I can still have libreoffice-core 3.3 installed after this, but
there you are - at least as far as aptitude is concerned. Obviously things are somewhat
muddled up on my Mint-system.
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