On Sat, 2010-10-16, 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, sh
The process kicked up some errors...
I ran into dependency problems on one of my Ubuntu 10.04 installations
(where LibO beta 1 had been installed) but no problem on the other
(which did not have a previous install of LibO). On the problem machine,
I attempted to install LibO beta 2 (from .deb) without uninstalling beta
1 first, not realising at that point that I needed to uninstall the
earlier version. Then I attempted to uninstall anything to do with LibO
and start afresh, but something's not going right.
I'll go through this thread in detail later (it all came in during my
night) and see if I can sort out my problem. Otherwise, I'll be back.
I'm not greatly experienced with troubleshooting Linux installations, or
even understanding some of the instructions ;-) so I may have some dumb
questions along the way.
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