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Hi tylerwylie and daark.child, In such a case can I run; # emerge -pv openoffice-bin to get OOo? If problem found on running it later can I uninstall OOo? TIA ...
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    Hi tylerwylie and daark.child,

    In such a case can I run;

    # emerge -pv openoffice-bin

    to get OOo?

    If problem found on running it later can I uninstall OOo?

    TIA

    B.R.
    satimis

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    Quote Originally Posted by satimis
    Hi tylerwylie and daark.child,

    In such a case can I run;

    # emerge -pv openoffice-bin

    to get OOo?

    If problem found on running it later can I uninstall OOo?

    TIA

    B.R.
    satimis
    You can uninstall it by doing
    Code:
    #emerge --unmerge openoffice-bin

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    Hello once again,

    Sorry for the bad advice earlier, I was talking about the i386 version of OO, forgot that you have a amd64 sistem. The one you want is openoffice-bin, you can see here which versions are masked and which are stable.

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