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Tom Cloyd wrote:
First, using the method I always use (download via torrent, unpack, install Debs
using "sudo dpkg -i *.deb") resulted in a freeze at launch, right after splash
screen. Investigating, I found that previous versions 3.5.5 has not been
uninstalled by the 3.6.x install. Not typical behavior.

Removed 3.5.5, reinstalled It now launches OK, but sees all by document
files as corrupt and won't open them - "general error". I have no idea what the
problem might be.

Any help would be appreciated.

I also have LO installed (deb 64 bit) as well as 3.5.6. In the /opt/ folder I have LibreOffice3.5 and LibreOffice3.6. Also in the /home/<username>/.config/libreoffice/ folder, i have I have 3.5 and 3.6 folders. So I don't think that installing 3.6.0 should uninstall 3.5.5. Actually I have three LO versions installed: 3.4.6,, and at the same time (all are located in the /opt/ folder. What I have noticed that the only replacement made when installing another was that 3.4.6 replaced 3.4.5 and replaced
     I don't have problems like you describe though.
You probably should check to see if your download file is the correct one. I don't see any references to how you do this on the Website. Hopefully, someone else can give you a link.


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