On 16/10/10 19:42, Scott Furry wrote:
On 16/10/10 05:21 AM, AG wrote:
I dropped this into the thread on the beta 2 release, but that was
the wrong place and it subsequently got lost. So, to give it its own
thread just in case others need it in the future.
For my Debian system, I found
and once I downloaded the relevant deb tarball I ran into some
difficulties installing it. I unpacked the tarball and ran, as sudo,
Errors were encountered while processing:
(1) was running update the appropriate installation/ updating method
to install beta 2 and if not, what is? and/ or
(2) have these issues been reported by others using the debian packages?
FWIW, I'm running an up-to-date Debian testing on a stand alone
machine. It has OOo and LibO beta 1 installed (& these actually seem
to co-exist quite happily).
Thank you for any ideas on how to install beta 2.
I used Nikola's Deb archive (adding it to my sources.list).
Scott, what's the line for that?
I found that I had to uninstall beta1 to get things to work.
Once I squared away beta1/beta2 issues things went swimmingly.
Install from the cmd line for apt I had to use "libreoffice3*
libobasis3* libreoffice-menus*" when I first installed but after that
updates were picked up normally.
Can you elaborate a bit pls?
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