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Re: [libreoffice-users] Manually installed LibreOffice reports a wrong version number


On 11/04/2019 13:31, Babak Razmjoo wrote:
Hi, I have downloaded LibreOffice 6.2.2.2 from the website and installed it by its 'install' script. An older version of LibreOffice (6.1.5.2) was installed on my PC by default and I installed 6.2.2.2 in a local folder. Now 'soffice' binary resides in that folder and PATH refers to it correctly. If I type 'which soffcie', it responds as :
/mnt/home/install/libreoffice/opt/libreoffice6.2/program/soffice
But when i type 'soffcie --version' it gives me:
LibreOffice 6.1.5.2 10(Build:2)
Also the reported version in About dialogs in components started by 'soffice --impress' or 'soffice --writer' is 6.1.5.2 too.
I have this problem from this morning, or maybe yesterday. So please tell me what is wrong here?

Does typing `hash soffice` in that shell help (so it forgets about a hashed path to the old soffice instance)?

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[libreoffice-users] Manually installed LibreOffice reports a wrong version numberBabak Razmjoo <b.razmjoo@protonmail.com>
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