peterroots wrote:Can't offer a solution but I installed AOO3.4 on Fedora 17 with no problem along side LO 3.6.7 - since the install the only issue I have had is that the updates try to install the fedora version of libreoffice.ure as this, apparently, obsoletes the AOO version. Ignoring it works fine.
I would try the version of LO from the Fedora repositories, as Acknak suggests, but for one additional reason. If this installs and works it may pull in something vital you are missing and if it does not then you have a fairly well messed up install of Fedora (this is my suspicion) - if this is the case you may be better off starting from scratch and reinstalling Fedora. If your Fedora is OK and LO works then either use that, or if you can't live with it, you could either install AOO along side it or replace LO with AOO
SpeciesK wrote:... I chose Apache OpenOffice due to using it when I had Windows 7. I like Apache OpenOffice, was that a bad decision?
I tried the command you suggested I try. This was the result.
Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
Package libXext-1.3.1-1.fc17.x86_64 already installed and latest version
Nothing to do
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