I installed Libreoffice 4.2 (yes, beta release, much better) when I was on Ubuntu, but then, I installed KDE desktop and Libreoffice came together with KDE. So now I have 2 libreoffice installed, one is development version (beta) and another one is normal, which came with KDE.

How to uninstall that version which came together with KDE?

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CLICK ON ME, ITS A LINK TO PICTURE. (I am not allowed to post pictures yet)

Sorry, I was using Windows 7 that moment. But I usually use Kubuntu.



I opened terminal:

sudo su

apt-get remove libreoffice*.*

apt-get install /home/myUserName/Downloads/LibreOfficeFolder/DEBS/*

After that I would like to figure out how to remove from kde search that old libre office. I think I need to remove cache somehow, but I didn't find in google how. Searching using mause in categories seems that old libreoffice dissapeared and new appears, but using search I can'f find new one, only old one. (old one is removed!)

P.S. I edited this comment because of comment of this comment ;)

  • How did you install the beta release? Having that would help us solve your question! – RPiAwesomeness Jan 1 '14 at 18:25
  • I've edited my main comment for better explanation. Any suggestions? :) – Erikas Jan 4 '14 at 18:57

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