You can always use the older style download page.
There you can use a drop-down menu to choose which OS and language you
want to download.
I use it when I download the 80+ files needed to create a new "all OS"
DVD for the North American Community DVD Project.
I use Ubuntu 12.04 [64-bit DEBS] for my main system, plus Win XP and
Vista on laptops, plus 32-bit Ubuntu 10.04 as well.
On 11/15/2012 11:16 AM, Steven Bradley wrote:
I had the same problem. Once you have a friendly soul tell you, it's fine.
But until then, nothing seems to work right. I'm using Win7/XP.
On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 12:15 AM, Ian Whitfield <email@example.com>wrote:
Thanks Dries, Tom and Marc
You were all right in what you said.......
* I WAS looking for the Windows version for a friend (I'm using Linux)
* I WAS fooled by the "Button that is not a Button"!! IMHO this is a
very bad way of doing things. In computer UIs these days something
that looks like a Button is accepted as such and you just click on it!!
I would recommend a change here ASAP!!
Regarding looking in my PCLinux Repos for the latest version of LO - I'm
afraid they are very slow to put these up which forces you to run a version
or two behind. I have however found a couple of times that the 'normal'
.rpm files DO work OK so thought I should try this again. Will give it a go
later in the week.
I managed to download a .msi file yesterday for LO for Windows which, it
says, is the new replacement for .exe .....
Ummm - we will see I guess.
Anyway guys thanks for the help.
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