Install the resulting deb file and we’re set - LibreOffice Online, in a Debian package. To install it on another machine, all we need are the packages generated by this guide (libpoco-dev and friends, and loolwsd). Bonus - Changing the LibreOffice Online directory. . libreoffice-writer: Word processor. libreoffice-calc: Spreadsheet. libreoffice-impress: Presentation. libreoffice-draw: Drawing. libreoffice-base: Database. libreoffice-math: Equation editor It also recommends additional packages (e.g. Fonts) in order to match an upstream LibreOffice install. Extract it: tar xf LibreOffice5.1.1Linuxx86-64deb.tar.gz; Install all the packages in one go: sudo dpkg -i LibreOffice126.96.36.199Linuxx86-64deb/DEBS/.deb; The LibreOffice-provided packages are quite different from the Debian-provided ones, so you may need to uninstall LibreOffice 3 before doing this.
Install Libre Office On Debian Most installations of Debian include Libre Office out of the box. That said if you’re looking for a way to install, or re-install it, here’s how to go about it: sudo aptitude update sudo aptitude install libreoffice. Install LibreOffice 6.0 on Ubuntu 18.04, Mint 18.3 & Debian 9. Before anything else, you must first uninstall any pre-existing LibreOffice suite software. Login as root and run, apt purge LibreOffice-core && apt-get autoremove. Next, download the LibreOffice Debian package from LibreOffice repository.
What is needed (requirements -in- addition to downloading the latest version of LibreOffice) to install LibreOffice in Linux (without using internet connection)?
Can I just install LibreOffice in Linux (just like/similar to) the way I would install LibreOffice in Windows?
Libreoffice Install Deb Package
Please advise.Thanks TraceyI am a Windows 2000 User with vmWorkstation 5.5.9I am not an experienced Linux User, but I have installed Cent vOS6.5, PCLinuxOS v2014.08, and SimplyMEPIS v6.5+<and>+v14.2 as trial/test in vmWorkstation.
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OpenOffice.org is a freely available cross-platform office suite similar to rival Microsoft(R) Office, with good support for .doc, .xml and other formats.
OpenOffice.org is a complete office suite including a word processor, spreadsheet, database, presentation and drawing modules. It is capable of opening most Microsoft Office documents.
- How to install OpenOffice.org
OpenOffice.org is part of the default Debian desktop system but if you need to you can install it manually using the following packages:
To install OpenOffice.org, do the following:
Some components don't work fine with the default Java Environment provided by the Free Software Foundation. For example, inserting audio files into OpenOffice.org/Impress doesn't work.
OpenOffice.org (created by Sun Microsystems) recommends using Sun Java Runtime. This package is provided by Debian/Etch, but OpenOffice.org doesn't depend on it. So you must install and configure it manually:
Activate 'non-free' section on your repository configuration
Open OpenOffice.org and go to the menu: Tools > Options > OpenOffice.org > Java
- Activate: 'Enable Java Environment'
Switch from Free Software Foundation to Sun Microsystems JRE provider
Extend OpenOffice.org by installing these packages (information from the package web site):
myspell-dictionary : Myspell dictionaries for use with OpenOffice.org
openoffice.org-help : User help
openoffice.org-thesaurus : Thesauri for the use with OpenOffice.org
openoffice.org-hyphenation : Hyphenation patterns for OpenOffice.org
ooqstart-gnome/oooqs-kde : Quick start applet for Gnome/KDE desktops
openoffice.org-gtk-gnome /-kde: Gtk/KDE UI Plugin and Gtk/KDE File Picker
openoffice.org-mimelnk: OpenOffice.org MIME bindings
menu : Will add openoffice.org menu entries for every Debian window manager.
unixodbc : ODBC database support
cupsys-bsd : Allows OpenOffice.org to detect your CUPS printer queues automatically
libsane : Use your sane-supported scanner with OpenOffice.org
libxrender1 : Speed up display by using Xrender library
xlibmesa-gl / libgl1: OpenGL support
openclipart : Open Clip Art Library
msttcorefonts : Installs standard MS truetype fonts (contrib). From Debian Lenny and on: ttf-liberation contains free versions of Arial, Courier and Times New Roman.
Fixing Interoperability Problems
See Substituting Calibri and Cambria Fonts.
Debian Remove Libreoffice
Team maintenance is co-ordinated using
the debian-openoffice mailing list, debian-openoffice
and #debian-oo on FreeNode IRC.
http://openoffice.debian.net - The main page
Linux Libreoffice Command
Web Writer: /usr/bin/ooweb
Debugging symbols are packaged in openoffice.org-dbg. Please refer to HowToGetABacktrace for further information. To get going with gdb please run the following commands.
Read HowToGetABacktrace on how to proceed.
http://www.openoffice.org - OpenOffice.org Homepage
http://www.gnome.org/projects/ooo - GNOME OOo project.
All open bugs in OpenOffice.org and related packages
Latest README for Debian OpenOffice.org
Use MS-Access databases in OpenOffice:
The easiest way, see gmdb2.
http://dba.openoffice.org - OpenOffice Database Access (Less evolutioned) (OpenOffice Database Mailing List)
http://www.ooowiki.de/Writer2MoinMoin - converts OpenOffice Writer documents into source code for MoinMoin Wikis (like the one you are using in this very moment ) (german)