LibreOffice 3.3 RC1 is released ! With Installation instructions -Fedora, LinuxMint, Ubuntu & Debian | PPA Ubuntu
LibreOffice RC1 is released, this new beta release comes to fix some known issues, now the Linux and MacOSX builds are English builds with the possiblity to install language packs. Find bellow the release notes in details, also the installation instructions for Fedora, Debian, LinuxMint and Ubuntu.
There are a number of known issues being worked on:
- The Windows build is an International build – you can choose the user interface language that is suitable for you. The help content is not included. We are working on the online version. Alternatively, it will be possible to install it separately.
- The Linux and MacOSX builds are English builds with the possibility to install language packs. Please browse the archives to get the language pack you need for your platform.
– The LibreOffice branding and renaming is new and work in progress. You may still see old graphics, icons or websites. So please bear with us. This also applies to the BrOffice.org branding – applicable in Brazil.
- Filters for the legacy StarOffice binary formats may be missing.
Install LibreOffice in Fedora:
1- First you need to download the rpm package from this page
2- Extract the package to /Download folder using the following command:
3- Cd the extracted directory
4- Now go to the RPMs directory, under root run this command to install the RPM packages:
rpm -ivh *rpm
5- Now you need to install LibreOffice menu entries, to do cd the sub directory desktop-integration
6- And run the following command to install LibreOffice menu entries :
rpm -ivh *rpm
Install LibreOffice in Ubuntu, LinuxMint and Debian:
- Install using PPA (Still not updated to 3.3RC):
If you want to install in ubuntu/LinuxMint via ppa, open terminal and copy the following command to your terminal :
echo 'deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/gericom/libreoffice /' | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 890E7A26
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install libreoffice3* lobasis3.3
- Install .deb packages (Adviced):
First download the debian packages .de from this Link
1-Now extract the downloaded packages manualy or from terminal using the following command :
2- Now cd the directory where you extracted the files :
3-Now Install the .deb packages using the following command :
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
4- Now you need to install the LibreOffice menu entries, first cd the sub directory
5- Then install the package:
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
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