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Il 26/01/2013 20:02, Johnny Rosenberg ha scritto:
For some reasons I want to try the upcoming version 4.0. On the web
page, they say ”You are not recommended to use LibreOffice pre-release
builds for "mission-critical" purposes”. So obviously I need a stable
version as well, like the that I have installed right now.

So I presume that I can use both versions at the same time, that they
are ”isolated” from each other as long as 4.0 is a pre-release, right?

But before I'm going to install it, I want to know rather than just assume…

So, is it possible? If so, can I just install the debs (operating
system=Ubuntu 12.04) and it will just work? Will I be able to run both
versions at the same time safely?

Johnny Rosenberg

hi. in theory it is possible, having the software different names (lo36 or lo40). then you bild different launchers to call different packages. one problem may be given by the configuration files in your home/.config directory: inside you should find 2 directories: 3 & 4... installatio may replace some libraries, but it shouldn't give conflicts or problems... you should also be able, for example, to add to submenus (eg lo3 and lo4) to the menus... try with the packages names.


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