October 24, 2014

How to install Libre Office on openSUSE 13.1?

You can install LibreOffice by either using Yast or at a terminal window...

You can install LibreOffice by either using Yast or at a terminal window using zypper. The easiest way would be to bring up Yast, search for LibreOffice in the search field and choose which of the LibreOffice applications you wish to install. Choosing LibreOffice Writer will give you an application similiar to MS Word. Choosing LibreOffice Impress will give you an application similiar to MS Excel. There's also Calc, Base, Math and Draw. In fact, when searching using Yast, you'll also see LibreOffice addons that you may think will be helpful. Check the boxes next to the applications you wish to install, hit accept, and your set to go.

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The first thing I would do is look online for manuals that your OpenSUSE...

The first thing I would do is look online for manuals that your OpenSUSE system has to learn how to install programs. Just about every Linux distribution has manuals that you can download as a PDF or view in HTML.

First read this manual which teaches how to install programs on opensuse 13.1 using a very powerful software installer "yast".
Installing software on opensuse 13.1

If you do not find libreoffice in the list tree, then try here to download the package.
Libreoffice

OpenSUSE uses rpm based packages. The libreoffce package that you will download will end with a .rpm. You might be able to install it with Yast or through a terminal using the "rpm" package installer.

Read all documentations located in the first link that I have provided.

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