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Hi Alan,

you can enter in directory which contains debs and run 'sudo dpkg -i -R

.''`.  With best regards,
: :' : Alexander Anisimov
`. `'  JID
  `-   Debian - when you have better things to do than fixing systems

2011/1/28 alan c <>

It is not clear to me how I should install LO 3.3.
I have torrented down
and also

I have then extracted and obtained

I am totally confused at the extracted packages:
for example, one folder contains a bout 50 deb files!

I am using ubuntu  10.04.1.
Is there a help page somewhere for guidance?

alan cocks
Ubuntu user

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