Libreoffice Install Debian

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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 LibreOffice5.1.1.3Linuxx86-64deb/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.

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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?

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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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Translation(s): English - Français - Italiano - Русский is a freely available cross-platform office suite similar to rival Microsoft(R) Office, with good support for .doc, .xml and other formats. is a complete office suite including a word processor, spreadsheet, database, presentation and drawing modules. It is capable of opening most Microsoft Office documents.

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    1. How to install is part of the default Debian desktop system but if you need to you can install it manually using the following packages:


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To install, do the following:

Java Environment

Some components don't work fine with the default Java Environment provided by the Free Software Foundation. For example, inserting audio files into doesn't work. (created by Sun Microsystems) recommends using Sun Java Runtime. This package is provided by Debian/Etch, but doesn't depend on it. So you must install and configure it manually:

  • Activate 'non-free' section on your repository configuration

  • Install sun-java5-jre

  • Open and go to the menu: Tools > Options > > Java

  • Activate: 'Enable Java Environment'
  • Switch from Free Software Foundation to Sun Microsystems JRE provider

  • Restart

Extending functionalities

Extend by installing these packages (information from the package web site):

Libreoffice Install Debian
  • myspell-dictionary : Myspell dictionaries for use with

  • : User help

  • : Thesauri for the use with

  • : Hyphenation patterns for

  • ooqstart-gnome/oooqs-kde : Quick start applet for Gnome/KDE desktops

  • /-kde: Gtk/KDE UI Plugin and Gtk/KDE File Picker

  • MIME bindings

  • menu : Will add menu entries for every Debian window manager.

  • unixodbc : ODBC database support

  • cupsys-bsd : Allows to detect your CUPS printer queues automatically

  • libsane : Use your sane-supported scanner with

  • 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.


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Team maintenance is co-ordinated using

  • the debian-openoffice mailing list, debian-openoffice

  • and #debian-oo on FreeNode IRC.

  • - The main page

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Linux Libreoffice Command

  • Writer: /usr/bin/oowriter

  • Web Writer: /usr/bin/ooweb

  • Calc: /usr/bin/oocalc

  • Draw: /usr/bin/oodraw

  • Impress: /usr/bin/ooimpress

  • Math: /usr/bin/oomath

Debugging symbols are packaged in Please refer to HowToGetABacktrace for further information. To get going with gdb please run the following commands.

Libreoffice Update

Read HowToGetABacktrace on how to proceed.

  • Debian

  • - Homepage

  • - GNOME OOo project.


  • All open bugs in and related packages

  • Latest README for Debian

  • Use MS-Access databases in OpenOffice:

    • The easiest way, see gmdb2.

    • - OpenOffice Database Access (Less evolutioned) (OpenOffice Database Mailing List)

  • - converts OpenOffice Writer documents into source code for MoinMoin Wikis (like the one you are using in this very moment ) (german)

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