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The following packages have unmet dependencies:

libreoffice: Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed               
             Depends: libreoffice-base but it is not going to be installed
             Depends: libreoffice-report-builder-bin but it is not going to be installed
             Depends: ttf-dejavu but it is not going to be installed
             Depends: ttf-sil-gentium-basic but it is not going to be installed
             Depends: libreoffice-filter-mobiledev but it is not going to be installed
             Depends: libreoffice-java-common (>= 1:3.4.4~) but it is not going to be installed
libreoffice-base-core : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-calc : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-draw : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-gnome : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-gtk : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-impress : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-math : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
libreoffice-writer : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
python-uno : Depends: libreoffice-core (= 1:3.4.4-0ubuntu1) but 1:3.4.3-3ubuntu2 is to be installed
E: Unmet dependencies. Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution).
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Are you trying to upgrade Libreoffice via a PPA? Because Ubuntu 11.10 comes with Libreoffice installed, so you don't have to install it manually by yourself. –  heiko81 Jan 3 '12 at 15:52
    
did you try apt-get -f install. as it said down below –  blade19899 Apr 12 '12 at 10:21

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Sounds like you are mixing libreoffice from oneiric and libreoffice-core from oneiric-updates. Make sure that you have "Updates" enabled in "Software Sources".

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I had the same problem. I'm essentially lazy with installations, so I just did the following:

Open a terminal and type the following:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get -f install

Just type "Y" when prompted.

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