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I just installed openoffice, and this is what I did: First of all I removed libreoffice, to avoid conflicts: sudo apt remove --purge libreoffice-* At this point, I downloaded the package in my desktop (in my case, 64-bit architecture and Italian language it) from here. To install openoffice: first unpack the file with the command (the file version, ...
I've found that, it is much easier to install .deb packages using gdebi. You can install gdebi with the following command: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gdebi You don't need to extract the .deb file to install it. To install the .deb file, navigate to the folder containing the file using cd, for example: cd ~/monitor-0.1+monitor1.0.0 or . . ...
Open a command line (using Ctrl+Alt+t) navigate to that folder where all the .deb files are ( cd ~/Downloads/folder_name) and there do a sudo dpkg -i *openoffice*.deb provide the user password and that should be all.
Default package on 14.04 is systemd-services that doesn't provides the systemdctl command. Read You must read the article How To Install And Test Systemd On Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr And Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin if you want to use systemd. Pitti PPA There is a PPA ppa:pitti/systemd that provide the adequate package for LTS 12.04, 14.04 and upcoming.
%3a is the URL-encoded form of :. Some characters in the file names are not suitable for URLs, and hence are encoded. Whenever you see % in a package file name, you can safely assume it and the next two characters are the URL-encoded form of some character. Try converting at http://www.url-encode-decode.com/, for example.
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