There is a LO PPA at https://launchpad.net/~libreoffice/+archive/ppa
which will have the latest stable release. It works with Ubuntu and all
the derivatives I have tested.
On 03/09/2014 11:25 AM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
I am now running Mint 16 [with MATE] instead of Ubuntu 12.04 [due to
some major issues after upgrading to 13.10].
I removed LO 4.1.3 using Synaptic Package Manager, and installed LO
4.1.5 using the Terminal. Here is the problem - Mint reinstalled
4.1.3 during an upgrade session and now I have both installed and in
the "menu system".
So how do I remove Mint's default LO and keep it removed when I
install a newer version of LO?
I am running [as of March 8th]
Linux Mint 16 with MATE desktop environment [full install version
including multimedia DVD].
There are some differences between Ubuntu's MATE desktop and Mint's
MATE desktop, and it appears there are differences in how it deals
with removal and installation of packages during the Update Manager's
what it the PPA instructions needed to deal with the 4.1.x line to add
it to the "update process". Maybe that would stop this issue, or not.
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