Here it worked but libreoffice does not start. When I use the Exec command which is implemented in the desktop file of the writer module:
libreoffice3.4 --writer %U
I get a window with the message : /home/melodie/%U does not exist.
I start libreoffice with the same without %U argument, libreoffice starts. And if I remove the argument '%U' from the desktop file, libreoffice write module menu entry launches it correctly.
I didn't try the other modules, but I suppose it might follow the same scheme ?
luikki : why do you want anyone to use aptupgrade if the distro is the last iso installed ? aptupgrade needed to be started ONCE only, and only on former installs. This is a script Texstar provided in order to ease the update of the apt-rpm chain, and which is to be used once only and exceptionnally. The new iso provided since this summer don't need anything more as they have been provided **with** the new apt-rpm packages (apt, apt-common, synaptic, etc... )
maybe did you mean "apt-get update" instead ? Reloading the packages information ?