If I'm to leave Microsoft XP behind I need to work with my MS Access data files in Libreoffice Base or something similar.
How do I get LibreOffice Base to access MS Access 2003 data files?
I am working with microsoft access 2010 files, and I want to try to use the files in the LibreOffice program. I have done extensive google searching and to no avail since this only seems possible in Windows platforms and not Linux ones.
I'm using LibreOffice (3.5) and Thunderbird (17.0) on my Ubuntu 12.04 machine and store my contacts with Thunderbird. These contacts are organized in several address books. For each I get a .mab-file in /home/user/.thunderbird/xyxyxyxy.default/.
Hi,Since the last update of Libreoffice, the package libreoffice-writer depends on libreoffice-base and vice-versa.The last update of libreoffice-writer has led to install libreoffice-base.It's impossible to remove libreoffice-base or libreoffice-writer independently as before the latest update.Is it an upstream change or a problem with dependencies in the last build?Thanks
When I try to update my Ubuntu box, I get this error :
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of libreoffice-base:
libreoffice-base depends on libreoffice-base-core (= 1:4.2.4~rc2-0ubuntu1~precise3); however:
Version of libreoffice-base-core on system is 1:4.3.0-3ubuntu2~precise1.
libreoffice-base depends on libreoffice-base-drivers (= 1:4.2.4~rc2-0ubuntu1~precise3); however:
When the new Libreoffice 1:4.3 came out, it was not in the repositories yet, so I decided to install it from ppa :!: http://ppa.launchpad.net/libreoffice/libreoffice-4-3/ubuntu/.
I saw that it is now available in the normal repository, so I uninstalled the ppa version and want to install it from the normal repo.
While uninstalling, an error came up and I was left with a broken package, libreof
iirc libreoffice-writer couldn't launch or was not showing its entry without libreoffice--base, but I'm not sure at this moment.EDIT: or maybe was something between Writer and Calc. Who knows. Just ignore my post.