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Have you tried installing the flatpak version instead?

My understanding is that flatpak includes the dependencies within the
installation, instead of using the distro.

It makes for a larger download, but reduces the likelihood of failure or
taking weeks to get it to boot.

One thing though... there won't be a 32bit version of LibreOffice 7.2. If
you're still on Ubuntu 16 because the cpu in your system is 32bit... I
think LibreOffice 6.4 is the latest version that has a 32 bit edition.
Specifically, if you type "uname -m" into a linux shell and you see
"X86_64", it means you're running 64 bit linux, and a LibreOffice 7.2
flatpak will likely work on your install. But if you instead see "i386" or
"i686", you need to use a 32 bit flatpak.

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