From: webmaster-Kracked_P_P <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, 11 February 2013, 3:27
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Installing the Deb
I do not like all that typing.
What I do is use the default file manager and double click the archived file and unarchive it. Then I take
the folder that is created and rename it to Lib or LibO. That way you do not need to type all of the
characters of the folder's name. I also do not use the desktop as the "storage" place fore the
I keep forgetting the "remove" command so I use the package manager to remove the LO packages from
the previous version that was installed. Works well for me.
Also, I tend to use the "cd" command to go to the proper folder[s] where the "dpkg" command is
needed. Long ago, in my mainframe days, I was taught to go to the folder[s] where my files are to run them. That is
what I try to do. The only time I do not is when I have a launcher icon to work with on my desktop. I prefer to use
the GUI more than the terminal anyways. Easier on my fingers and my typing skills after 3 strokes. So I do things as
easy as I can, or easy as I can remember to do/use.
On 02/10/2013 01:06 PM, Don Myers wrote:
I used the following instructions to upgrade to LibreOffice 22.214.171.124 on three machines with Ubuntu
12.10. It has worked really well so far. No issues installing or using it. The bug that made some
functions in Base run unacceptably slow have been fixed!!!!!!!
*Instructions for the 64 Bit Debian Version:*
Download LibreOffice_126.96.36.199 to the desktop.
Right click on it and extract it to the desktop. This will give you the folder
Run the following terminal commands to install it:
1. sudo apt-get remove libreoffice*.*
2. sudo dpkg -i ~/Desktop/LibreOffice_188.8.131.52_Linux_x86-64_deb/DEBS/*.deb
3. sudo dpkg -i
4. If using Unity, Open Dash, type Libre and you will see the different components (Writer, Calc,
etc.). Simply drag the icons for them over to where you wish to have them in the launcher bar.
If you install it in this manner using the official Document Foundation version, and you type
libreoffice in the command line, I get the following:
The program 'libreoffice' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:
sudo apt-get install libreoffice-common
An install as shown above does not have any repository from which it originated. Therefore there
aren't any updates, which I understand. If it showed up as an installed program, Ubuntu would try
to update the LibreOffice with its own version which would lead to a royal mess!!!!!! I did not get
a message saying there is a missing package like you did.
On 02/10/2013 09:59 AM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
I ram the install on Linux Mint 14 and had no troubles with it.
On 02/09/2013 03:07 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
I downloaded the .Deb for Ubuntu (and others) twice yday and tried
installing it as per instructions but when i tried running LibreOffice
from the command-line by typing in
I got an error message saying that LibreOffice couldn't run because i was missing a package called
when i looked through all the packages in the Deb and desktop integration
folders i found there was one! I'm sure it's been there in previous
releases?! However when i double-click on a docX or odt or anything
then LibreOffice 4 does successfully open it.
So, it's a bit weird but doesn't seem to be problem unless i try that odd
way of opening LO in a way that i would never normally have tried unless i wanted to try to collect
error reports and stuff (ie never).
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