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kb:linux:mint13xfceafter1stboot [2014/08/13 21:08]
Allen Smith several small edits
kb:linux:mint13xfceafter1stboot [2016/01/14 01:35] (current)
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     * Settings >> Software Sources >> Other Software     * Settings >> Software Sources >> Other Software
       * select then Remove the ''​packages.medibuntu.org''​ Software Source       * select then Remove the ''​packages.medibuntu.org''​ Software Source
-<​note>​GIMP 2.8 was the first version to offer "​Single Window Mode" ... which places all the parts of GIMP into a single window -- in the manner that many other Paint Programs are setup -- instead of having many windows open for the different parts of the GIMP program.\\ \\ LibreOffice 4.provides **drastically better compatibility** with things like Microsoft Office ... so I also consider it a "must have" program for using Linux.</​note>​ +<​note>​GIMP 2.8 was the first version to offer "​Single Window Mode" ... which places all the parts of GIMP into a single window -- in the manner that many other Paint Programs are setup -- instead of having many windows open for the different parts of the GIMP program.\\ \\ LibreOffice 4.provides **drastically better compatibility** with things like Microsoft Office ... so I also consider it a "must have" program for using Linux.</​note>​ 
-  * Use the appropriate PPA's to update GIMP and LibreOffice to the current version. (GIMP 2.8 & LibreOffice 4.3)+  * Use the appropriate PPA's to update GIMP and LibreOffice to the current version. (GIMP 2.8 & LibreOffice 4.2)
   * <​code>​sudo add-apt-repository ppa:​otto-kesselgulasch/​gimp</​code>​   * <​code>​sudo add-apt-repository ppa:​otto-kesselgulasch/​gimp</​code>​
-  * <​code>​sudo add-apt-repository ppa:​libreoffice/​libreoffice-4-3</​code>​+  * <​code>​sudo add-apt-repository ppa:​libreoffice/​libreoffice-4-2</​code>​
  
   * Now command Linux Mint to use the above changes to the Software Sources   * Now command Linux Mint to use the above changes to the Software Sources