LO 4.1.0 : debian desktop integration package
Lionel Elie Mamane
lionel at mamane.lu
Thu Jul 18 18:29:40 PDT 2013
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 08:38:49PM +0200, Jean-Baptiste Faure wrote:
> Le 18/07/2013 17:24, Jean-Baptiste Faure a écrit :
> > Le 18/07/2013 11:12, Petr Mladek a écrit :
>>> The result is that it conflict with native Debian packages and also with
>>> older LO versions that have the same provides and conflicts.
>> Yes and if you launch the update-manager of your distribution and do the
>> proposed updates, you will get a mixture of 2 versions. I did not try
>> because I am not sure to be able to restore correctly my system.
> What I meant in  is that the problem, in LO 126.96.36.199, is more serious
> for Ubuntu (at least) users than it firstly appeared because it will
> make LO unusable as soon as the user will have updated her system.
> I am pretty sure that the update-manager will not replace all LO 188.8.131.52
> by the prefered Ubuntu or Debian LO version, but will make a mixture of
> both versions.
> I do not know how to update my system using only command-line in order
> to provide the list of packages that the update-manager want to update.
> But some of these packages do not have the word libreoffice in their
All packages in the TDF bundles (downloaded from www.libreoffice.org)
have "libreoffice4.1" or "libobasis4.1" in their name. AFAIK Ubuntu
does not contain any package with the name (because the TDF packages
contain the version in their name, but the Ubuntu packages don't). So
I fail to see how it wants to "update" a package from the TDF bundle.
If the update-manager wants to update a package with neither
"libreoffice4.1" nor "libobasis4.1" it its name, then it is a regular
Ubuntu package it is updating... Nothing from TDF.
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