How to uninstall LibreOffice?

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From The Document Foundation:

LibreOffice is an open-source personal productivity suite that gives you six feature rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs, writer, calc, impress, draw, math, and base. Support and documentation is free. LibreOffice also comes configured with a PDF file creator, meaning you can distribute documents that you're sure can be opened and read by users of almost any computing device or operating system.

What's new in this version:

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Type the following in terminal to remove libreoffice:

sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice* sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoremove

An especially thorough removal technique.

Suitable generally, but especially when removing LibreOffice to replace it with a manually installed LibreOffice or OpenOffice.

Assuming LibreOffice is provided by official Ubuntu packages on your system (which it generally is, unless you’ve installed it yourself from other packages or from the LibreOffice website), you can thoroughly remove it in the Terminal:

sudo apt-get remove fonts-opensymbol libreoffice libreoffice-\* openoffice.org-dtd-officedocument1.0 python\*-uno uno-libs3-\* ure ure-dbg

If you want to remove global configuration files too (this does not affect per-user configuration in users’ home directories), replace remove with purge.

I think it’s unlikely that removing any of this will break other programs, because Lubuntu doesn’t come...

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Hi,

I am new to Fedora and trying to learn the software package management especially through terminal using commands

I removed libreoffice using following command on the terminal

yum remove libreoffice*

which removed the entire Libre office suit and it does not appear under Applications --> Office anymore

After sometime I tried to reinstall Libreoffice using following command

[root@fedora RPMS]# yum install *.rpm

I ran this command from the RPMS directory in the downloaded suit of libreoffice

It gave me following output

Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit Setting up Install Process Examining libobasis4.0-base-4.0.0.3-103.x86_64.rpm: libobasis4.0-base-4.0.0.3-103.x86_64 libobasis4.0-base-4.0.0.3-103.x86_64.rpm: does not update installed package. Examining libobasis4.0-calc-4.0.0.3-103.x86_64.rpm: libobasis4.0-calc-4.0.0.3-103.x86_64 libobasis4.0-calc-4.0.0.3-103.x86_64.rpm: does not update installed...
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Do you want to uninstall LibreOffice completely from the computer? Do you receive strange errors when uninstalling LibreOffice? Do you fail to install the updated version or other program after uninstalling LibreOffice? Many computer users can not completely uninstall the program for one reason or another. If some files and components of the program are still left in the system, that means the program is not completely removed and uninstalled. Those leftovers will slow down your computer and stuff your system with invalid files as well as result in many problems for your life, such as strange error popups and unable to install other programs. There are many methods to uninstall the program, please see below:

Windows Add/ Remove Programs offers users a way to uninstall the program and every Operating System has Add/ Remove Programs feature.

* Click Start menu and run Control Panel.

* Locate LibreOffice and click Change/ Remove to uninstall the program.

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You can find below details on how to uninstall LibreOffice 4.4.5.2 for Windows. It was developed for Windows by

. Usually the LibreOffice 4.4.5.2 application is found in the C:\Program Files (x86)\LibreOffice 4 folder, depending on the user's option during setup. The full command line for removing LibreOffice 4.4.5.2 is MsiExec.exe /I{406EECCC-AF98-4F2C-A99F-FED788F7580C}. Note that if you will type this command in Start / Run Note you might be prompted for admin rights. The program's main executable file is named soffice.exe and occupies 58.60 KB (60008 bytes).

The following executable files are incorporated in LibreOffice 4.4.5.2. They occupy 3.24 MB (3394592 bytes) on...

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Hi there! If you’re reading this article, you might wonder How to uninstall LibreOffice on Mac OS X once and forever. And you probably are a beginner in uninstalling different applications on Mac, so for you it’s really essential to learn all the secrets of this process. Our guide will be helpful for you as you’ll find the best ways of uninstalling LibreOffice on Mac OS X.

There are not many methods of uninstalling programs on Mac, and you’ll going to discover two most effective ones. But first, you need to know that they differ a lot one from another. One of them is called “removing an app” while another one is known as “uninstalling”. So, when you remove an application you simply delete LibreOffice on Mac, but leave all its additional files untouched. And uninstalling deals with both main and attached files and helps to erase them. You’ll learn more about uninstalling on Mac OS X and removing apps further on.

The easiest and fastest way to delete a program from Mac...

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Updated: March 9, 2013

You have reached this tutorial because you are facing the following problem. You are trying to uninstall an old version of LibreOffice or upgrade to a new one, on Windows. When you run the installer wizard, or try to remove the program through the Control Panel, you get a message that you must exit the program and its Quickstarter before continuing. But LibreOffice is not running! What now?

You also tried rebooting, and this does not help. LibreOffice stubbornly refuses to do its work, and the uninstall or the install for the sake of upgrade both fail. You are an advanced user, and you even tried running ProcessExplorer in order to locate the LibreOffice handles or open files, but there are none, no processes running, and you're still stuck. Well, this guide will show you how you can easily resolve the issue and get your programs sorted out. Do read.

Problem + reason

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From The Document Foundation:

LibreOffice is a open-source personal productivity suite that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. Support and documentation is free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers.


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Automatic Uninstaller can powerful function which is able to uninstall LibreOffice completely from the folder. There will not be any related components and remaining registry entries on your computer.

How to Manually Uninstall LibreOffice from the Computer

Method one: You can remove LibreOffice follow the steps below:

Before applying this manual removal guide, please backup your system files. Unless you know what you are doing, do not modify anything in...

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An especially thorough removal technique.

Suitable generally, but especially when removing LibreOffice to replace it with a manually installed LibreOffice or OpenOffice.

Assuming LibreOffice is provided by official Ubuntu packages on your system (which it generally is, unless you've installed it yourself from other packages or from the LibreOffice website), you can thoroughly remove it in the Terminal:

sudo apt-get remove fonts-opensymbol libreoffice libreoffice-\* openoffice.org-dtd-officedocument1.0 python\*-uno uno-libs3-\* ure ure-dbg

If you want to remove global configuration files too (this does not affect per-user configuration in users' home directories), replace remove with purge.

I think it's unlikely that removing any of this will break other programs, because Lubuntu doesn't come with LibreOffice, and Lubuntu users are able to run just about any Ubuntu program, without having to install LibreOffice.

Still, that is a legitimate...

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Introduction:
LibreOffice is a great open source project which is frequently updated to keep pace with technological changes. The components of LibreOffice are Base(alternative to Access), Calc(alternative to Excel), Draw(alternative to Visio), Impress(alternative to PowerPoint), and Writer(alternative to Word), and they are each an alternative to a MS Office product.

Pros:
LibreOffice is free of course, and that is probably the best thing ever. In addition to being free, LibreOffice has gained traction in recent years as being the known as the best open source alternative to MS Office.

Cons:
The only real downside here is that it is not MS Office. However, since Microsoft does not give their software away for free, this is a great alternative and highly recommended.

Summary:
If you are frustrated with paying for MS Office, then this might be your solution. Regardless, it won’t set you back any of your hard earned money to find out. Give...

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Pros

Just about as good as Office and it's free.

Cons

Niggle not being able to email direct with Windows Live Mail, have to save and insert the file as an attachment from within Live Mail.

Summary

Other than that I have used it for 10 years plus under its different guises with NO problems.

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Pros

It works like an absolute charm on every front. By far the most complete alternative to Microsoft. So why the low score?...

Cons

...Libre Writer has a huge flaw that turns a potential five star review now into a one star. The flaw is this - at random times and for apparently no reason whatsoever, Libre Office will remove large tracts of text and do the same to the back up files also. Libre Office are aware of this and I've recently discovered a way to recover the text by...

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Why this happens

This happens likely because another package on your system is depending on Java. While removing openjdk-7-jre, apt-get sees that if it uninstalls OpenJDK, some packages will have unmet dependencies. To solve this, it installs another package which provides Java.

To find out what is causing this, run these commands in a terminal:

packages=(default-jre default-jre-headless icedtea-6-plugin icedtea-7-plugin java-compiler java-jdk java-runtime java-runtime-headless java-sdk java-virtual-machine java2-jdk java2-runtime java2-runtime-headless java2-sdk java5-jdk java5-runtime java5-runtime-headless java5-sdk java6-jdk java6-runtime java6-runtime-headless java6-sdk java7-jdk java7-runtime java7-runtime-headless java7-sdk openjdk-6-jdk openjdk-6-jre openjdk-6-jre-headless openjdk-7-jdk openjdk-7-jre openjdk-7-jre-headless oracle-java7-bin oracle-java7-fonts oracle-java7-jdk oracle-java7-jre oracle-java7-plugin sun-java6-bin sun-java6-fonts sun-java6-jdk...
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The error and why it happens.

I recently had problems deploying LibreOffice on Windows Server 2008 R2 due to an error I got that said “The add operation failed. Unable to extract deployment information from the package. Run the package validation to check if it is correct.”.

For system administrators or people like me who want to fuck around with Windows Server in a Virtual environment, this is not a very nice error to come by when we are testing out stuff or want to deploy Open Office to our users.

Anyways…

The cause of this seems to be that the MSI has too multiple language codes defined in the MSI package, which causes Windows to think that the MSI is “invalid” because MSI packages does actually NOT support multiple languages… I think, that is what I figured according to the developer who didn’t want to fix it in this bug report anyways…

So here is how you fix it:

Step by Step

If you want to patch the MSI by yourself, you can...

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