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Every version of a Linux distribution has a codename. Ubuntu 14.04 is 
codenamed "Trusty" I assume that is what your error message is referring 
to, which makes no sense to me. I used that very PPA to install LO to my Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) system.

This has gotten way beyond my level of experience. I've run out of 
ideas, but I wonder if there are other issues with your computer beyond 
LO. Every method you have tried has failed, which makes me wonder if 
there's something amiss in your Mint installation itself. But, at this 
point, I'm truly just speculating.

Good luck.


On 11/06/2016 04:48 PM, Ken Springer wrote:
Hi, Virgil,

I've snipped the other parts of the message I'm replying to.

On 11/4/16 7:37 PM, Virgil Arrington wrote:
If it were me, I would try Method 1. Mint is based on Ubuntu and I
believe it uses the same PPAs

I just got to trying your suggestion for method 1.  That didn't work 
either.  :-(

I got a message that says "This PPA does not support Trusty." Don't 
know what Trusty means, but I'm going to take this over to the Linux 
Mint forums to solve the problem.

We're getting a bit far afield from Libre Office.  <G>

Thanks for the help.

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