6 of 2015
NOW AGAIN HAPPENS TO BE Using Open Office NOT LibreOffice on Linux
of Debian and Ubuntu of 64 Bit!
to a LibreOffice index page NOT much was working.
Open Office an Apache Open Office NOW Yet Again Nth Time!
To Install Apache Open Office 4.1.1 on Linux of Debian and Ubuntu
and Can Be For Others Derived From and er SimIlar Enough of 64
NOT try to obtain and install ANY i386 OpenOffice! It seems to
install and DOES NOT work with 64 Bit Linux Seems. Therefore IF a
64 Bit OS of a Linux of Debian and er Ubuntu and er Others Derived
From and er Similar and er Compatible then NOW YOU REALLY NEED a
64 Bit Apache Open Office.
Install YOU FOR SURE NEED to Remove er UnInstall ALL LibreOffice
and OpenOffice! This can be done by using Shell Commands Of where
I Ted LIKE NOW Xfce Terminal Emulator (What Does Copy and Paste
and Other Things) better than X Term.
Copy Paste er Type In Shell Commands:
apt-get remove libreoffice* openoffice*
sudo apt-get autoremove
Ubuntu You Can After Too Check and UnInstall after this using
a RELIABLE DownLoad Manager from OpenOffice.Org DownLoads then
ApacheOpenOffice for 64 Bit Linux in DEB Format NOT in RPM Format
er you can Try Other Methods To Obtain where WHAT SEEMS TO WORK
with Linux of Debian sometimes Ted likes Steadyflow DownLoad
Manager er KGet er Other DownLoad Managers and what seems to work
best with Linux of Ubuntu happens to be FatRat Downbload Manager.
You can Try if not using a DownLoad Manager HTTP to obtain and
Other Methods and Too:
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
dpkg -i *.deb
To later Remove er To Install a New Version Do Commands:
apt-get remove openoffice*
Using Linux of Ubuntu YOU NEED to USE Linux of Ubuntu Search to
Find Apache OpenOffice then Copy Icon to Icon Bar to Left of Unity
Desktop Icon Bar from a Search of Apache OpenOffice in Search of
Search Tool at Top of Linux of Unbuntu DeskTop to Left of SoftWare
DeskTop. Otherwise you have NOTHING in Icon Bar until Figuring It
Out On Own Too I Found!
happens to be for
Open Office 4.1.1 of 64 Bit and To Install on Linux of Debian
8.1.0 (AMD64) 64 Bit Binary Release
of at least DVD DATA DISC 1 and this Installed DeskTop to ALL
Servers Too and All Things And Kitchen Sink TOO Installed CAN BE
Server(s) Linux Kernels and NOT only a DeskTop Linux Kernel WORKS
TOO for an INSTALL with All Servers Too! Then for
of Ubuntu DeskTop 14.04.2 LTS of 64 Bit.
This Now Works after Ted had to FIGURE Other Things Out from what
was on INTERNET about how to do it! It helps to syncl; sync; sync
after Removing er UnInstalling and er Installing Too. Do NOT even
try i386 er 32 Bit Installing It What Seems To Install for ANY 64
Bit OS er Operating System of SoftWare of any Linux What Can
Install and Run and Use 64 Bit DEB Format Packages To Install!
are Other Things yet I CANNOT think of other details now.
Can Use a with a GUI er Graphical User Interface Archive Manager
to Extract Archive too you do NOT have to use a Shell Commaind of
tar and Other Things.
you do not understand it enough HIT https://openoffice.org
and then Click on DownLoad and DownLoad from there a 64 Bit in DEB
Format Binary to Install 64 Bit file from there WHERE Ted TOO Used
At Least 3 Different DIRECTLY SourceForge and then 2 Other Servers
for 3 Total Downloads where then Ted from Browser of FireFox then
DID Copy URL then Did a Paste into a er Specific DownLoad
Managers! I THINK SEEMS TO BE BETTER WHERE TOO FROM Servers FOR
SURE SPEED DID VARY and where Browser DownLoads SEEM TO TOO MUCH
FAIL and DID NOT and COULD NOT and CAN NOT typically even resume
to Do a Reliable ReSume If a DisConnect and er Other Reasons to
Stop a download (NEEDING a FAST RELIABLE SOLID CONNECTION TO
INTERNET in a Browser.
Ted RECOMMENDS TRYING to OBTAIN USING a RELIABLE with RELIABLE
ENOUGH ReSume a DownLoad Manager!
NEED TO REALIZE IT Linux and FOR SURE Specific Linux SEEMS NOT to
do reliable enough ReSume and SEEMS TO BE a Linux Kernal PROBLEM
where AT PEAK UNIX DID IT RELIABLY! YOU CAN SEE IT with Network
Solutions UNIX Servers DOES IT and were Ipage Linux of Debian
Servers DO NOT do it even enough to does NOT seemto ever a
reliable resume of FTP using FileZilla and for DownLoad Managers
and Other Things!
LibreOffice Page 2
LibreOffice Page 3
LibreOffice Page 4
LibreOffice Page 5
LibreOffice Page 6
LibreOffice Page 7
Linux of Ubuntu LibreOffice I Ted DID NOT even like to DID NOT
want to use to NEARLY COULD NOT even use HAVING TOO MANY PROBLEMS