Here is the error I got when I tried to install 4.0.3 on an Ubuntu 13.04
with MATE de.
I installed the files without errors till I got to the
Here is the listing from the terminal.
timothy@timothy-Inspiron-1525:~/Lib/DEBS/desktop-integration$ sudo dpkg
Selecting previously unselected package libreoffice-debian-menus.
dpkg: regarding libreoffice4.0-debian-menus_4.0.3-3_all.deb containing
libreoffice-core conflicts with libreoffice-unbundled
libreoffice-debian-menus provides libreoffice-unbundled and is to be
dpkg: error processing libreoffice4.0-debian-menus_4.0.3-3_all.deb
conflicting packages - not installing libreoffice-debian-menus
Errors were encountered while processing:
So, to get rid of the issue, I went to the Package Manager and removed
all of installed LO files.
Then I reinstalled LO 4.0.3 and the menu part.
" libreoffice-core conflicts with libreoffice-unbundled "
seems to tell me that I must uninstall the previous version on 13.04
before I install the next one. I got this with installing 4.0.2 as well
on this system.
This is the second laptop that was upgraded from 12.04 or 12.10 to
13.04, with this system being a clean install over an upgrade.
On 05/10/2013 10:30 AM, Don C. Myers wrote:
Hopefully there are some folks out there who are using the other
desktops who can help you and give you some feedback. I don't know
anybody who is using them to check with. Sorry.
On 05/10/2013 10:05 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
YES, it works for you but I am not using Unity.
How many users with MATE are having the same issues?
Do anyone using KDE or the other desktop have any issues.
I know that there has been work done to make the DEB install work
properly with Unity.
Has there been any work to make sure it works as well with the other
That might be the issue here.
MATE and Cinnamon are the desktops for people who liked GNOME 2.x
style of desktop and did not want to switch to Unity, GNOME 3.x, KDE
or the others. I hate Unity and GNOME 3.x. The same reasons I hate
Win8's desktop. If you read the articles, you will find many users
went to Mint Linux and other distros to get away from Unity. Mint
having both MATE and Cinnamon desktop versions, got a lot of users
from Ubuntu. I stuck with Ubuntu, but chose MATE desktop environment.
it may be a MATE issue, or may not.
So I ask if any MATE or Cinnamon desktop users are having the same
On 05/09/2013 10:25 PM, Don Myers wrote:
I installed LO 18.104.22.168 tonight on a third computer, also with Ubuntu
13.04 and with Unity. No problems there either.
On 05/09/2013 08:19 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
I extract them to the /home folder
then rename it to Lib
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
I tend to not run an command on a folder that I am not in.
I learned that in my mainframe days as a safety feature.
So far, I have installed it on Ubuntu 12.04 and 13.04 with MATE
desktop. I HATE Unity and GNOME 3.x.
Been using Ubuntu since 9.04 or 9.10 for a few months till 10.04
LTS came out. I skipped 11.xx and when to 12.04 and 13.04.
13.04 gave me errors when I tried the desktop-integration install.
Kept giving me errors stating it was not matching the "core" install.
The only fix I came up with, for it on 13.04 was to remove the
current version of LO then install the new one over again.
On 05/09/2013 06:55 PM, Don Myers wrote:
I installed LO 22.214.171.124 on two machines running Ubuntu 13.04 with
Unity today. I always download LO from the LO site, extract it to
the desktop, and then run the following commands in the terminal:
1. sudo apt-get remove libreoffice*.*
2. sudo dpkg -i
3. sudo dpkg -i
Everything was fine with both.
I've used this method since Ubuntu 9.04 in the days of OpenOffice,
and I've never had a problem with anything missing or failing.
On 05/09/2013 06:00 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
On 05/09/2013 05:16 PM, Dan Lewis wrote:
On 05/09/2013 03:40 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
It is a little difficult to say since you did not say what
version of LibreOffice you had installed on the two systems.
That is likely to be important. Also from where did you download
I have installed 126.96.36.199 (Debian 64 Bit) that I downloaded
from the LibreOffice website. I did not notice any problems. But
this might have been because I already had 188.8.131.52 installed.
I just installed 4.0.3 on two systems
The 64-bit DEB install removed my extensions and the persona I
The Windows install did not do this.
Any idea way the 64-bit DEB install in Ubuntu 12.04 would
remove my added items, but Windows did not?
I do not know if it is a bug, or not. If other have seen this,
than it might be.
Version 184.108.40.206 (Build ID: 0eaa50a932c8f2199a615e1eb30f7ac74279539)
I downloaded it today from the LO site, after it was announced. I
try not to download RCversions.
I had a different problem with the 13.04 Ubuntu I have on my
laptop, which is an issue with 13.04 [I think since it effects
more than LO]. I run Ubuntu with MATE desktop environment.
But on my Ubuntu 12.04 desktop, I had the problem withthe loss of
the extensions and persona. On 13.04 I did not have that issue,
but an install problem until I removed all of the LO files with
the Package Manager. But it kept the extensions and persona.
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