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  1. Re: Don't Want Libreoffice. Don't Want Abiword. So Why Force Me?

    Moving to another distro is not an option given that Ubuntu 12.04 seems to work quite well in other respects. I'll just install the dependencies and hope they make Apache OpenOffice an option in the...
  2. Re: Don't Want Libreoffice. Don't Want Abiword. So Why Force Me?

    Installing Abiword or Libreoffice is not a solution when I don't want them. The thing is this: Ubuntu seems to have, for some inexplicable reason, created some very fundamental dependencies to a...
  3. Don't Want Libreoffice. Don't Want Abiword. So Why Force Me?

    Hello, I don't want either LibreOffice or Abiword on one of my Ubuntu (12.04) boxes. When I try to uninstall LibreOffice then apt-get automatically installs Abiword. Of course, Synaptic and Aptitude...
  4. [all variants] Re: Getting Ubuntu to automatically suspend on battery low (command-line)

    Thanks. I shall try that!
  5. [all variants] Getting Ubuntu to automatically suspend on battery low (command-line)

    I've been using Ubuntu without a desktop environment on one of my computers - just pure command-line without even an X server installed. I need to keep it this way. What surprises - completely...
  6. [ubuntu] Bad Blocks Found In Maintenance Mode. False Positive?

    Hello all. First off, I'm using the 64-bits edition of Ubuntu 12.04 (updated enough so that uname shows it to be 12.04.1 as of today). I booted into maintenance mode and chose fsck from the menu. It...
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