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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Installing LibreOffice in Ubuntu from .deb Packages using Terminal

This tutorial will show you how to install the latest version of LibreOffice in your Ubuntu system. If you haven't downloaded the latest build for LibreOffice, go ahead do it at:

1. When you unpack the downloaded archive, you will see that the contents have been decompressed into a sub-directory.

2. Now,change directory to the one starting with "LibreOffice_", followed by the version number and some platform information. Example:

 $ cd LibreOffice_5.3.2.2_Linux_x86-64_deb  

4. This directory contains a subdirectory called "DEBS". Change directory to the "DEBS" directory.

 $ cd DEBS  

5. Now open your terminal (CTRL+ALT+T) and enter as below.The following commands will install LibreOffice and the desktop integration packages (you may just copy and paste them into the terminal screen rather than trying to type them):

 $ sudo dpkg -i *.deb  

The installation process is now completed, and you should have icons for all the LibreOffice applications in your desktop's Applications/Office menu. You may also open your Unity Dash & start LibreOffice from there.

To uninstall LibreOffice,

Please check my other tutorial at:

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