How to Install LibreOffice on All Linux Version - In the last post, Paper 4Share have post an arcticle for install libre office on Kali Linux, based on linux version there are derivatives of Debian, Red Hat, and etc.
Now, we will explain simple way for installing LibreOffice on your Linux System.
Install LibreOffice on Debian Families(Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Backtrack, Kali Linux, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Backbox, and etc.).
Based on debian families, you are need package installer in (.deb) format. So you must download LibreOffice in (.deb) format. Below step by step for install LibreOffice:
1. Download deb installer LibreOffice.
Download .deb installer file here https://www.libreoffice.org/download/libreoffice-fresh/. Choose based on your linux system, Linux x86 (deb) for 32 bit and Linux x64 (deb) for 64 bit.
2. Install That Installer of LibreOffice.
Open your terminal, and than change your active directory in directory of .deb file. Install using command below :
dpkg -i [name of deb file].deb3. Finish. If that command is aborting, be SUPER USER / root, and try that command again. :)
Install LibreOffice on RedHat Families(RedHat, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, and etc.)
The same way with install on debian families. But the different is on format of package is (.rpm) format.. Below step by step for install LibreOffice for RedHat Families:
1. Download rpm installer
You can download rpm installer from here https://www.libreoffice.org/download/libreoffice-fresh/ . And choose Linux x86 (rpm) for 32 bit or Linux x64 (rpm) for 64 bit.
2. Install via command
After download that file, open your terminal (shell), and than change your active directory of the .rpm file. Than run this command:
rpm -ivh [name of rpm file].rpm3. Finish. If that command is aborting, be SUPER USER / root, and try that command again. :)
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