I was having some problems with LibreOffice Draw, and since I couldn't find a solution for it I decided to uninstall and do a clean install. If I recall correctly This is what I've used:
sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice* sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoremove
Restarted my PC and all. The problem is that when I want to install it again via aptitude (apt-get doesnt' work either) using:
aptitude install libreoffice
I get a message saying (text is too long to paste here)
Now i've tried autoremove -s, apt update, upgrade, apt-get install -f, --fix-broken and according to these comands i don't have any broken or held back packages. I've also use Synaptic manager and the Broken package list is empty. I tried install Libreoffice from there but I get the same error. Only a bit more clear.
I've enabled all downloads in software & updates and everything.
When I type on terminal
apt search libreoffice
I get this (there are alot of remnants)
I don't know what to do, or how to delete it! It's driving me insane. I spent hours and hours looking for solutions on the internet, I've tried everything but to no avail!
Im running Debian9
Please do help me out.