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Re: [libreoffice-users] Installation/De-installation how-to's for Debian/Ubuntu and Fedora Core Linux LibreOffice beta 3 distribs

Hi, :-)

On Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 02:08, <drew@baseanswers.com> wrote:
> Start Synaptic
> -------[might not be required]
> Click on the button Status
> Select 'Instsalled'
> -------
> Click on Search
> enter the string LibreOffice
> In the list retutnred is an entry name ONLY Libreoffice
> Right click on this and from the context menu select
> 'Mark for Removal' OR 'Mark for Complete Removal'
> (first choice removes the installation, but does not delete the files from your hard disk - the second does)
> Click on 'Apply'
> A confirmation dialog will open, click OK
> That is it, IIRC

Thanks, Drew! It appears to work fine, except that you then have to
repeat the process for package "libreoffice-debian-menus" (the desktop

Can someone maybe confirm that these instructions are *complete* and
that no other step needs to be done?

Also, could anyone please give me instructions about how to install
one of the language packs at [1]?

TIA if so. ;-)

[1] http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/testing/3.3.0-beta3/deb/x86/

David Nelson

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