On 17/10/10 04:26 AM, AG wrote:
On 16/10/10 22:33, Scott Furry wrote:
In TDF archive is the message thread of observations about the deb
repository and setting it up.
See the thread:
"[TDF discuss] LO deb repo" for more details.
prompt> sudo apt-get install libreoffice3* lobasis3.3*
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?
Thanks for the details Scott
I followed this, removed the previously installed beta 2 version of
LibO and attempted an installation as per your apt-get line. The result:
Errors were encountered while processing:
I would take a guess that if you did an "apt-get install" prior to this,
then you may have some kind of "unclean" copies of debs. Did you happen
to think of doing an "apt-get clean" or "apt-get autoremove" before
trying the download again?
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
So no go. Perhaps this is just me, but I really don't think that one
should have this degree of difficulty installing an application,
especially when - generally speaking - apt-get is one of the more
robust package managers available.
So, back to removing any partial installs and re-installing by hand.
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