I went to the link you provided, and followed the instructions for
Graphic Installation. I thought I'd done something wrong, but don't
think I did.
Every deb package gave me a message the dependency was not satisfiable,
or something like that. So I don't know what went wrong.
As I told Virgil Arrington, I'll go to the Linux Mint forums and find
out how to get this done.
Thanks for the help.
On 10/31/16 2:08 PM, Robert Großkopf wrote:
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I will have a look, if I find something special for your
Couldn't find a clear description for this problem when looking for
Mint. But when I am looking for installing LO with Linux I found this:
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