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Install LibreOffice.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc.So, to summarize: Remove any Libre PPA:s, remove Libre office completely (but only "Mark for removal" otherwise settings will be removed as well).My first symptom that something was broken was when I tried to open a document and Libre crashed and Ubuntu wanted to make an error report.um and I restarted my warzone tower defence game system as well.Next I did another run of update, upgrade and autoremove as listed above, just to be sure.Sounds to me, like something Lincoln would start a civil war over.).I don't really give a cr*p about versions as long as it works but as things would have it, this is version (I guess latest stable from the Ubuntu folks.).What version is it?Building dependency tree, reading state information.Remove the "libexttextcat-data" package (or any other package mentioned in the early error messages).I also ran autoremove: sudo apt-get autoremove, when still failing to install, I removed Libreoffice as completely as I could.So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have.Done, some packages could not be installed.The following information may help to resolve the situation: The following packages have unmet dependencies: libreoffice : Depends: libreoffice-core ( 1:3.5.4-0ubuntu1.1) but it is not going to be installed Depends: libreoffice-writer but it is not going to be installed Depends: libreoffice-calc but it is not.Then I updated and upgraded to the latest versions of things: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade.Sudo add-apt-repository sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libreoffice, check LibreOffice Version.After completing installation verify the installed version of LibreOffice.It will remove all assiciated data with this application sudo apt-get remove libreoffice-core sudo apt-get remove -purge libreoffice-core.Anyway, I started out with Libre from a PPA in Ubuntu.04 (I wouldn't have, had I known it was such a fuss so my goal when trying to solve this problem was primarily to get Libre to work, and secondarily to get.Cannot install LibreOffice ) mentions a package libexttextcat-data and that it was causing problems.
I guess that was back when Libre was not in the dist or when you want the newest buggiest version of libre or something.