Le 28/03/12 17:10, Heinrich Stoellinger a écrit :
Unfortunately it refuses to install because I have the wrong version of
(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.
Errr, yes, it would appear so.
Have you tried :
dpkg --purge libreoffice-*
That should give your system a good clean out (including the LO you just
downloaded). Then of course, you'd have to re-install again...
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