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I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 and discovered that the python-uno package is no longer available. Instead I find a python3-uno package. Unfortunately I need Python uno libreoffice support for Python 2.7, since I'm trying to use Appy POD (http://appyframework.org/pod.html), which does not yet support Python 3. Any ideas how I can add support to my existing Ubuntu packages or is there a PPA or something I can get a version of libreoffice which does have support for Python 2.7?

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See this answer http://askubuntu.com/a/418550/4397 In a few words: python2 support is dropped in deb packages for LibreOffice since Ubuntu 13.10. You can also recompile libreoffice with this script https://gist.github.com/hbrunn/6f4a007a6ff7f75c0f8b

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