I have just run upgrades, and am now at LibreOffice on Kubuntu
17.10 .  I found this thread because I had the "access was denied"

My Thinkpad has original Windows 7 disk (where data is obviously stored
on NTFS), and a mSATA on which I have a triple boot install (i.e.
Kubuntu 17.10, Ubuntu 17.10 and Deepin Linux).  On this "never fail"
configuration, I should be able to invoke LibreOffice on any of the
three Linux versions, or from Windows 7 (which I practically never do).

I have now run:

  sudo ln -s /etc/apparmor.d/usr.lib.libreoffice.program.*

... so LibreOffice works.

So, I haven't stored my documents under $HOME/ since 2009, and have used
similar configurations running back to Ubuntu 9.04 and Windows XP and

I am not a developer, and would describe myself as a "power user".  I
don't really understand apparmor, so I see this new change as something
that could potentially disrupt any user who has multiple partitions on
his or her computer.

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