This post has been Edited alot.
Click Reload, followed by Mark All Upgrades, then Apply, and Apply again, from the confirmation window.
Yes, I've done the Update Procedure many times, plus have tried a few other servers. I've no idea why you get 'LibreOffice 4' listed on the Dutch server, but I don't.
I'm using PCLinuxOS 2013 MiniMe KDE 4.9.5 - kernel3.2.18-pclos1.bfs (Updated fully from initial install PCLinuxOS MiniMe 2012.08 )
I've posted a pic of what's listed, after; "Reload, followed by Mark All Upgrades, then Apply, and Apply again."
It doesn't seem it will change .
My latest updates:
Commit Log for Mon Feb 18 08:22:13 2013
Upgraded the following packages:
bluez (4.101-4pclos2013) to 4.101-5pclos2013
libbluez3 (4.101-4pclos2013) to 4.101-5pclos2013
liblibav53 (0.8.4-1pclos2012) to 0.8.5-1pclos2013
pciids (0.7-13pclos2012) to 0.7-14pclos2013
Installed the following packages:
An update is something we don't take lightly as there is a very valid reason for a program to be updated.
Check the sources.list, (?) Yes, I have and I'm absolutely sure it's up to date. Must be a block delivering certain updates to Australia via http://ftp.nluug.nl/pub/os/Linux/distr/pclinuxos/pclinuxos/apt/
; which is certainly nonsensical.
Just out of interest I opened LibreOffice and hit, "Check for updates".