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On Friday, 10 June, 2022, 09:26:22 pm GMT+1, Dave Howorth <> wrote:

On Fri, 10 Jun 2022 17:04:49 +0000 (UTC) wrote:

hello lo users & devs,

userland(1) on android
debian bullseye
# dpkg --print-architecture

from lo wiki(2) is clear about bigs are prioritised for still
version. found a little bit about bugs on "how to debug"(3).

There seem to be some problems with typos, or perhaps language
problems. I assume (always dangerous!) that 'bigs' means 'bugs' but

what does 'still version' mean?
please see wiki (1)


 Also, in the reference (2) (BTW it is
usual to use [] for references rather than ()) there's no mention of
bugs apart from a link to another page, so I have no idea what is meant.

* upgrading to sid will result in fresh version
* stable has 7.0.4-4
* no armhf appimage(4)

* compile and install my own latest still version
* how far it is useful to confirm or provide mising info on bugzilla
(strace, logs, etc..)
* my other os optiobs: alpine, arch (install nightmare as beginner
for me). not feasible: kali (seems to be specialised) and ubuntu
(personally dislike past exp).: which is better: alpine or arch ?
* what about libreoffice-writer-nogui ?

Given the apparent language problems, it is perhaps better to spell
things out in more detail rather than choose the shortest possible
words and heavy abbreviation.



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