Can anyone tell me what is wrong with LibreOffice?
I think there's something wrong with my Ubuntu installation and this has
contaminated LibreOffice. I find that the problem that prompted me to start
this thread is manifest even when I create another user account and log in
as this other user.
When I go back to my account and try to remove LibreOffice, I cannot locate
LibreOffice (or, owing to the fact that nothing at all is displayed in the
"installed software" window pane, anything) in the Ubuntu software manager.
My conclusion here is that something really screwy has happened to my
Ubuntu possibly in recent weeks. I'm going to reinstall Ubuntu and see what
On 7 October 2017 at 09:41, Owen Thomas <owen.paul.thomas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Joel.
> All the suggestions you and others here have been given me are great and
> I'm going to try them in an arbitrary order unless or until I find one that
> fixes the problem. I'll have a go at them after breakfast.
> On 7 October 2017 at 09:27, Joel Rees <joel.rees at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2017/10/07 6:50 "Owen Thomas" <owen.paul.thomas at gmail.com>:
>> > Well, actually, I was just reporting what I had found, accompanied by
>> some frustration at having a problem.
>> > It is neither my problem nor the software, nor the OS, nor the
>> developers, nor anyone's in particular. I don't see a conspiracy here,
>> however, I think you would understand that there is something of a
>> universal truth in the observation that like any problem you would have, I
>> would like to have this one fixed so I can get on with my life.
>> Have you tried deleting the preferences/configuration files which have
>> been mentioned?
>> And if that didn't improve things, the suggestion about purging the libre
>> office install?
>> Have you looked in the error logs?
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