The readme packaged with the LibreOffice 3.3 Linux downloads contains no installation instructions.
I've attached here with an amended readme that contains:
- instructions for installing LibreOffice on Debian/Ubuntu, Fedora, Suse and Mandriva, with supporting noteas for other Linux distribs;
- instructions for installing language packs on all the above distribs;
- instructions for de-installing an existing LibreOffice installation, covering all the above Linux distribs.
It would be useful to proofread what I've added, for technical correctness and accuracy.
I've downloaded the readme and will check it. I will "track changes" turn on, so that you can see easily what I've changed.
Ok, new file is uploaded. I did proofread the text, and I think it is understandable. What might be useful, if someone, who is not a linux geek, tries to follow these instructions and gives feedback.
Btw, in my opinion, the whole readme should be redone, because it contains quite a lot of references to the OpenOffice.org website. All those references should be replaced with equivalent pages on the LibreOffice website.
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|current||2010-12-01T09:08:58||(22 KB)||Davidnelson||Updated the file name to "Readme-for-libreoffice-linux-downloads.odt"|
|2010-11-29T17:48:21||(22 KB)||Davidnelson||Revised to take account of comments from Carl Symons and Sigrid Carrera.|
|2010-11-29T09:46:08||(22 KB)||Eskroni||I've made some changes to the file, proofread and added some more detailed instructions, since not all rpm-based distros have yum installed by default. I added some instructions with urpmi for Mandriva and generic rpm instructions. I also read the whole|
|2010-11-28T10:46:13||(39 KB)||Davidnelson||The readme packaged with the LibreOffice 3.3 Linux downloads contains no installation instructions. I've attached herewith an amended readme that contains: - instructions for installing LibreOffice on Debian/Ubuntu, Fedora, Suse and Mandriva, with suppo|
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