Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

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djemos
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Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

Post by djemos » 18. Mar 2022, 11:52

LibreOffice 7.3.1.3 + locale packages for x86 and x86_64 versions

x86_64 Greek spell packages for ancient and modern Greek language.

x86 Greek spell packages for ancient and modern Greek language.

For Slackware or Salix users download packages extract and install them with sudo spkg -i package-name
For Slackel users just update your system using slapt-get/gslapt

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Re: Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

Post by Van_Vinkle » 19. Mar 2022, 15:36

For (future) Salix 15 or for present 14.2?

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Re: Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

Post by djemos » 20. Mar 2022, 07:02

It will work for salix 15

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Re: Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

Post by hugok » 23. Mar 2022, 15:59

AlienBOB always have recent LibreOffice packges...

https://slackware.nl/people/alien/slack ... breoffice/
Hugo Carvalho
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https://github.com/hugok79

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Re: Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

Post by djemos » 23. Mar 2022, 17:57

I used alienbob script to build LibreOffice. But the latest script for libreoffice 7.3.1 failed in the end about some file. I tried to find what is wrong but file was there.
Gapan's SLKBUILD is much much better, plus it downloads everything is needed for building. So i used it for building the libreoffice 7.3.1.

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Re: Libreoffice 7.3.1.3

Post by Bird » 24. Mar 2022, 09:44

I think LibreOffice is one of the most important packages in the distribution (writing texts is a computers main application). However the newer versions got bigger and bigger, so old computers will have a slow workflow with LibreOffice. I have that 2009 netbook with an Intel Atom 32-Bit here, that runs better with the old-based OpenOffice (which can be found as a Slackbuild for Salix 14.2).

Unfortuneatly, the other writing programs don't look like to be compatible enough, if all of a sudden someone sends in a .docx from a Windows machine.

Just something to consider maybe. Having two versions of LibreOffice (or keeping OpenOffice in the repositories) may be helpful for low-end hardware.

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