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For the following process I assume you have an already working and running owncloud-server installation on your server. I have tested this on a VM with 16.04 LTS server, so no fancy own configurations, you may have to adapt that to fit your situation. 1. Preparation: sudo apt-get install build-essential git libtool m4 autoconf automake libpng12-dev ...


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Just type unity in the terminal which will restart the UI and add the menu to the LibreOffice components.


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It may be possible to do this by writing your own macro. To do this, write an event listener for a particular keystroke, for example % like in Vi. According to xray, the controller of the LO Math component supports XUserInputInterception, which looks like it allows interception of keystrokes. Although it looks possible, it looks like a difficult project, ...


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Speed Up Libreoffice Tools > Options Memory > The best configuration depends on your computer specs.


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You'll have to use the X/Y (Scatter) chart type:


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Ok, I got an answer. You need to just find and replace (under Edit): http:.*|file:.* with: =HYPERLINK("&","Some text here") Then check the box for: "regular expression" and finally, "replace all". "Some text here" could be another "&" if you just want to keep the visible text the same, but turn it into a link. (Thanks to pierre-yves samyn)


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If the only reason you want a JRE is for LibreOffice, just install openjdk-9-jre. The other 'main' JRE is Oracle's JRE, which contains proprietary code and is not in the repos. You'd need to manually download and install it. It's probably easier to not bother with it.


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Default directories for launchers The two default directories for .desktop files (launchers) are: /usr/share/applications for gloablly installed applications, and ~/.local/share/applications for locally installed applications (~ stands for your home directory, /home/yourname) , or local versions of the launchers. About LibreOffice LibreOffice ...


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This fixed the "General Error. General input/output error" problem for me after upgrading from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS to 16.04 LTS: sudo apt install libreoffice It seems like only a few of the LibreOffice packages were installed on the system after the upgrade. The above command installed some more of the packages.


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In 16.04 removing this is slightly easier. You only need to issue one slightly different command. I should add the old way still works as well if you like using it. sudo apt purge libreoffice*



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