The fact that I had to downgrade from 126.96.36.199 to 4.0.6 due to bugs and Nino's proposal to install 2
versions parallel made my thinking that it would be very efficient to have the install wiazerd
modify to use it to replace a version or install it parallel to an existing one.
I am just hesitant to go trough the work of installing LibO through the command line.
In my case I would install 4.0.6 (stable) and 188.8.131.52 (with some nasty bugs for me but some
interesting features as well). With 2 versions I also could do easy testing for bug reports.
Is there interest/support for having the installed wizard modified to enable parallel installations?
On 2013-12-12 23:07, Nino Novak wrote:
Am 12.12.2013 09:38, schrieb Kunwar Shivpal Singh:
What would happen if I download LO 3.5.7 (already started it from Source
Forge. Will there be a clash between the 2 versions? Will LO 184.108.40.206
allow me to install the older version LO 3.5.7?
Kunwar, if it is of interest for you: you can install both versions in
parallel - see
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