I installed the dual boot on the VIM2 and as far as browsing and watching videofiles all is very good. Nice.
But the reason why I got VIM2 was to for work in libreoffice or openoffice in Ubuntu.
sudo apt-get update
and then tried to install libreoffice on Ubuntu 16.04 by adding the ppa
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa
This didn’t result in an installation at all. No error messages.
Even doing apt-get update, or running software updater, and the old fashioned reboot did not result into anything.
I then deleted the ppa and tried to install with downloading the deb file from libreoffice.
I got the LibreOffice_5.4.1_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz because I did not know what would be the correct one for VIM2. I understand we are running ARM, not x86, but somehow this has been simulated in the dual boot image… right? Well… anyway
I could not successfully install that either.
Is there any way I can install an office suite on ubuntu on the dual boot image on the VIM2?
Preferably libreoffice or openoffice.