I run LibreOffice 220.127.116.11 on Ubuntu-Mate 18.04.
I normally use a "panel tab" to open Writer. Today I looked for a newly
installed package in the Applications>Office menu. What I found was 2
sets of the module links listed there. One set had links like
"LibreOffice Writer 6.0" and the other set does not have the "6.0" shown.
I use the command of "sudo apt-get remove libreoffice?" before I use
"sudo dpkg -i *.deb" to install the DEBS for LibreOffice.
The "remove" command should delete the current menu list, with the DEB
packages shoul add the update/upgrade to the menu.
I have not installed 6.0.4 yet, so I hope not to have this happen
again. I have downloaded it already.
I just thought this: I look at all of the packages shown in the list of
files to be downloaded in the "Software Updater" utility. So it should
not have been install in that way. I had that utility downgrade LO
during an OS upgrade, so I made sure that it does not happen again.
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