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Absolutely, but 20.04.1 LTS is a minor upgrade which has some of the bugs of 20.04 that have been fixed prior to the cut off date set for 20.04.1. I have checked the box which will produceĀ  the notice that a new version is available. I do not get this notice until the *.04.1 minor upgrade is available.

An example of this occurred several years ago. The *.04 version (I do not remember the year) failed to contain the proper driver for a specific monitor. This was added beforeĀ  the *.04.1 minor upgrade came out.

On 7/28/20 18:54, Joe wrote:
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has been available since April. The next due out is 20.10, not due until October 2020.

On 7/28/20 8:43 AM, Dan Lewis wrote:

On 7/28/20 05:31, Luuk wrote:

On 27-7-2020 20:27, fudmier wrote:

On 2020-07-27 11:39 a.m., fudmier wrote:

On my linux 16.04 box .. each time i perform any function that involves switching between tabs, or between certain activities within the same A tab my computer goes into Oh shit mode.. it disables my keyboard activity, and the disk goes to spinning,, the background of the spreadsheet goes into grey mode, and it sometimes takes two or three minutes before the full control reappears and the background returns back from greyed out to white again.

is this this has been going on since last November.. but it has reached epidemic proportions .. and has rendered Libre office useless on my machine

hard to tell without knowing some things like:

1) what is the size of this worksheet?

2) how much internal memory do you have on your machine?

3) what version of LibreOffice?

With 'linux 16.04' you probably mean Ubuntu 16.04 ? This means you should upgrade before April 2021 (see:

Ubuntu 20.04.1 is due out in the next couple of weeks unless the covid 19 virus is slowing things down...


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