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Hi Atlan:

   GNU / Linux Mint is a branch of Ubuntu. Ubuntu has a similar system
of install option known as Snap. You can find in the web as Snap
Repositories and then search LibreOffice. There you can install coping
the command into the terminal. To remove : sudo snap remove

   I guess that Flatpak use similar command and it is different to
usuall .deb options. When we install a .deb file we can use the command
apt-get or apt (only), but Flatpak and Snap use different commands
because use different program to manage the installations.

   If you goggleing as : How to uninstall a Flatpak file, you could
find the answer. It would use a command like this: sudo flatpak remove
"package file name"

I hope this help,


El vie, 27-07-2018 a las 07:17 -0700, atlan escribió:
I'm using Linux Mint 19 (Mate 64 bit)

Using software manager, I removed Libreoffice and then installed the
version of it.

It now opens opens with "(as superuser)" in title bar.

I have repeated the install after running:
sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice
sudo apt autoremove
sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoremove
- but the result is the same.

I'd be grateful if anyone can tell me how to resolve this.

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