I know now I shouldn't have installed Open Office with a rpm command, however, I did. Now I would like to remove it, and install Libre Office, probably from Alien Bob's repo.
I install OO with this command.
rpm -i --nodeps -vh --ignoresize *.rpm
I still have the entire OO set of rpms. My question, is can I remove OO with a command like:
rpm -e --nodeps -vh --ignoresize *.rpm
issued as root from within the directory with the rpm files ? Is there some better way?
The system is now 14-64 with a stock kernel. I installed OO originally on 13.37 64 bit, and upgraded the system using the instructions on the DVD. Right now I have one minor problem. If I run compiz, the window decorations are not there. The cube will spin, no decorations. I have no idea if this is related to having OO installed as a rpm, or not.
FWIW, compiz works fine on the 32 bit system installed on the other disk on the same system. Same nvidia drivers on both systems.