I remember that there were some printing issues with several of the
Mint, along with other Debian based distros do not often include the
most up-to-date version of package in their repository.
I would upgrade to either the last version of the 3.6 line - 3.6.6, or
remove the package, and upgrade to 4.0.4.
Your printer issues may be solved by going to the hidden [dot folder]
"config" folder for LO and rename it.
".libreoffice" or ".config/libreoffice"
I do not remember when LO changed from one to the other.
By renaming the folder and then reopening LO, it will create a new
config folder from scratch, but then you will have to add the
personalized touches to LO, like user info and add on extensions.
On 06/24/2013 05:01 AM, Tony Bestwick wrote:
Hi, can anyone help please?
I'm using Mint 14. It came with libre Office 3.6. Everything seemed fine
but then I could not print in landscape, so I reinstalled my printer. This
didn't help, so I deleted libre writer through the Software Manager., and
then immediately reinstalled it.
Now, when I try and open libre writer I get a message saying it's not
supported by the operating system.
Also, when I try and open the office suite, the calc program opens.
Another reason I deleted libre writer and tried to reinstall is that the
spell checker did not work.
Can anyone suggest how I can install libre writer again?
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