If that's what I get for trying to help, fine, I'll take it.
I successfully helped you find the package which was causing the problem with your updates.
I thought at first that uninstalling the old package and installing the new one would fix it.
But the presence of a very old package (4.6.5) in your system made me suspicious...
That's why I wanted to know the version of KDE in your system before proceeding, so I could identify the exact status of your system and be able to provide more help, by giving you specific instructions to be followed.
KDE 4.6.5 is very old and there have been many changes since then: KDE 4.8.3, then 4.9.2 and recently 4.9.5 were released.
The transition from 4.6.5 to 4.8.3 was difficult but if you followed the instructions carefully, you should be able to update without major issues.http://www.pclinuxos.com/forum/index.php/topic,108162.0.html
Did you update your system then?
Beyond that, in the beginning of this year, a migration of the PCLinuxOS servers took place.
This move required some simple changes in the repositories information to be made by the users.
Did you proceed with those changes?http://www.pclinuxos.com/forum/index.php/topic,112036.0.html
My "jerky reply"
was natural since you came back, having ruined your system and blaming PCLinuxOS for that.
You gave no information about the steps you took, you didn't answer my question that could save you a lot of trouble, you didn't really want to be helped
. Even after the unsuccessful update, you could save your system. All you had to do was ask. And, of course, be ready to receive help and follow the instructions that me, or any other forum member, would provide, trying to help.
You also blamed PCLinuxOS because you couldn't find LibreOffice in a MiniMe version, which is for advanced users (unlike yourself) as clearly stated in the download page.
Release date: 02-01-2013
KDE MiniMe Version (pclinuxos-kde-minime-2013.02.iso)
Size: 549.2 MB
Produced by: Pinoc
User Level: Advanced
I want go any further with this. I have better things to do.
If you want to leave and try some other distros, no one is stoping you.
But stop having that attitude and going in several threads and posts, blaming others for something that's your fault.
You can't blame a Ferrari for hitting a brick wall if you can't drive it properly...