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While looking into the issue I reported about LO 7 not starting
properly (which is SOLVED, thank you), I noticed another anomaly.

While chasing after the JRE load error that the --nologo option seems
to provoke, I discovered the following strange situation:

$ loc javaldx

("loc" is an alias I use to run "locate" with certain exclusions and
piped through more - not a problem.)

I can understand the /opt locations, but the /usr/lib location seemed
pretty strange to me since LO doesn't install under /usr anymore.  The
dates on the files under /usr/lib/libreoffice/program (the only entity
in /usr/lib/libreoffice) were all in 2019.

I moved all of these files into a zip file and there does not appear
to be any impact on my ability to run LO.

Can I just delete those old /usr/lib files?  I believe they are the
last remnant of an older installation, maybe the default that comes
with Xubuntu (which I usually uninstall because I like the newer code



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