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readme.xrm debianinstall3 readmeitem.text
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MSOReg2
readmeitem.text
<tt>REGISTER_ALL_MSO_TYPES=1</tt> will force registration of ${PRODUCTNAME} as default application for Microsoft Office formats. <tt>REGISTER_ALL_MSO_TYPES=1</tt> will force registration of ${PRODUCTNAME} as default application for Microsoft Office formats.
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MSOReg3
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<tt>REGISTER_NO_MSO_TYPES=1</tt> will suppress registration of ${PRODUCTNAME} as default application for Microsoft Office formats. <tt>REGISTER_NO_MSO_TYPES=1</tt> will suppress registration of ${PRODUCTNAME} as default application for Microsoft Office formats.
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s2we10
readmeitem.text
As a general rule, you are recommended to install ${PRODUCTNAME} via the installation methods recommended by your particular Linux distribution (such as the Ubuntu Software Center, in the case of Ubuntu Linux). This is because it is usually the simplest way to obtain an installation that is optimally integrated into your system. Indeed, ${PRODUCTNAME} may well be already installed by default when you originally install your Linux operating system. As a general rule, you are recommended to install ${PRODUCTNAME} via the installation methods recommended by your particular Linux distribution (such as the Ubuntu Software Center, in the case of Ubuntu Linux). This is because it is usually the simplest way to obtain an installation that is optimally integrated into your system. Indeed, ${PRODUCTNAME} may well be already installed by default when you originally install your Linux operating system.
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s2we11
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This "stand-alone" ${PRODUCTNAME} installer is provided for users in need of previews, having special needs, and for out-of-the-ordinary cases. This "stand-alone" ${PRODUCTNAME} installer is provided for users in need of previews, having special needs, and for out-of-the-ordinary cases.
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s2we35
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Linux Kernel version 3.10 or higher;
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s253we
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glibc2 version 2.17 or higher;
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s255we
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FreeType version 2.8.0 or higher;
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s256we
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GTK version 3.20 or higher;
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wd2dff
readmeitem.text
Gnome 3.18 or higher, with the at-spi2 1.32 package (required for support for assistive technology [AT] tools), or another compatible GUI (such as KDE, among others).
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Linuxi3a
readmeitem.text
There is a wide variety of Linux distributions, and there may be different installation options (KDE vs Gnome, etc.) available from the same Linux vendor. Some distributions ship with their own “native” version of ${PRODUCTNAME}, which may have different features from this community-supplied version of ${PRODUCTNAME}. In many cases, you can install the community-supplied ${PRODUCTNAME} alongside a native version. However, you may prefer to remove the “native” version before installing this community-supplied version. For details on how to do that, please consult the user help resources provided by your particular Linux vendor. There is a wide variety of Linux distributions, and there may be different installation options (KDE vs Gnome, etc.) available from the same Linux vendor. Some distributions ship with their own “native” version of ${PRODUCTNAME}, which may have different features from this community-supplied version of ${PRODUCTNAME}. In many cases, you can install the community-supplied ${PRODUCTNAME} alongside a native version. However, you may prefer to remove the “native” version before installing this community-supplied version. For details on how to do that, please consult the user help resources provided by your particular Linux vendor.
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Linuxi4a
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It is a recommended best practice to back-up your system and data before you remove or install software. It is a recommended best practice to back-up your system and data before you remove or install software.
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Precautions
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Please make sure you have enough free memory in the temporary directory on your system, and please ensure that read, write and run access rights have been granted. Close all other programs before starting the installation process. እባክዎን እርግጠኛ ይሁኑ በቂ ነፃ ማስታወሻ በ ጊዚያዊ ዳይሬክቶሪ በ እርስዎ ኮምፒዩተር ውስጥ እንዳለ: እና እባክዎን እርግጠኛ ይሁኑ የ ማንበብ: የ መጻፍ: እና የ ማስኬድ መብት እንደ ተሰጠ: ሁሉንም ሌሎች ፕሮግራሞች ይዝጉ የ መግጠሚያ ሂደት ከ መጀመርዎ በፊት
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sdfsdfgf42s
readmeitem.text
Installation of ${PRODUCTNAME} on Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux systems Installation of ${PRODUCTNAME} on Debian/Ubuntu-based Linux systems
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debianinstall1
readmeitem.text
For instructions on how to install a language pack (after having installed the US English version of ${PRODUCTNAME}), please read the section below entitled Installing a Language Pack. For instructions on how to install a language pack (after having installed the US English version of ${PRODUCTNAME}), please read the section below entitled Installing a Language Pack.
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debianinstall2
readmeitem.text
When you unpack the downloaded archive, you will see that the contents have been decompressed into a sub-directory. Open a file manager window, and change directory to the one starting with "LibreOffice_", followed by the version number and some platform information. When you unpack the downloaded archive, you will see that the contents have been decompressed into a sub-directory. Open a file manager window, and change directory to the one starting with "LibreOffice_", followed by the version number and some platform information.
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debianinstall3
readmeitem.text
This directory contains a subdirectory called "DEBS". Change directory to the "DEBS" directory. This directory contains a subdirectory called "DEBS". Change directory to the "DEBS" directory.
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debianinstall4
readmeitem.text
Right-click within the directory and choose "Open in Terminal". A terminal window will open. From the command line of the terminal window, enter the following command (you will be prompted to enter your root user's password before the command will execute): Right-click within the directory and choose "Open in Terminal". A terminal window will open. From the command line of the terminal window, enter the following command (you will be prompted to enter your root user's password before the command will execute):
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debianinstall5
readmeitem.text
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): 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):
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debianinstall6
readmeitem.text
sudo dpkg -i *.deb sudo dpkg -i *.deb
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debianinstall9
readmeitem.text
The installation process is now completed, and you should have icons for all the ${PRODUCTNAME} applications in your desktop's Applications/Office menu. የመግጠሙ ሂደት ተጠናቋል: በ ዴስክቶፕ ላይ ምልክቶች ይፈጠራሉ ${PRODUCTNAME} ለሁሉም የቢሮ ዝርዝር/መተግበሪያዎች
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sdfsdfgf42t
readmeitem.text
Installation of ${PRODUCTNAME} on Fedora, openSUSE, Mandriva and other Linux systems using RPM packages Installation of ${PRODUCTNAME} on Fedora, openSUSE, Mandriva and other Linux systems using RPM packages
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rpminstall1
readmeitem.text
For instructions on how to install a language pack (after having installed the US English version of ${PRODUCTNAME}), please read the section below entitled Installing a Language Pack. For instructions on how to install a language pack (after having installed the US English version of ${PRODUCTNAME}), please read the section below entitled Installing a Language Pack.
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rpminstall2
readmeitem.text
When you unpack the downloaded archive, you will see that the contents have been decompressed into a sub-directory. Open a file manager window, and change directory to the one starting with "LibreOffice_", followed by the version number and some platform information. When you unpack the downloaded archive, you will see that the contents have been decompressed into a sub-directory. Open a file manager window, and change directory to the one starting with "LibreOffice_", followed by the version number and some platform information.
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rpminstall3
readmeitem.text
This directory contains a subdirectory called "RPMS". Change directory to the "RPMS" directory. This directory contains a subdirectory called "RPMS". Change directory to the "RPMS" directory.
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rpminstall4
readmeitem.text
Right-click within the directory and choose "Open in Terminal". A terminal window will open. From the command line of the terminal window, enter the following command (you will be prompted to enter your root user's password before the command will execute): Right-click within the directory and choose "Open in Terminal". A terminal window will open. From the command line of the terminal window, enter the following command (you will be prompted to enter your root user's password before the command will execute):
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rpminstall5
readmeitem.text
For Fedora-based systems: sudo dnf install *.rpm
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rpminstall6
readmeitem.text
For Mandriva-based systems: sudo urpmi *.rpm For Mandriva-based systems: sudo urpmi *.rpm
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rpminstall7
readmeitem.text
For other RPM-based systems (openSUSE, etc.): rpm -Uvh *.rpm For other RPM-based systems (openSUSE, etc.): rpm -Uvh *.rpm
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rpminstallE
readmeitem.text
The installation process is now completed, and you should have icons for all the ${PRODUCTNAME} applications in your desktop's Applications/Office menu. የ መግጠሙ ሂደት ተጠናቋል: በዴስክቶፕ ላይ ምልክቶች ይፈጠራሉ ${PRODUCTNAME} ለሁሉም የቢሮ ዝርዝር/መተግበሪያዎች
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rpminstall7a
readmeitem.text
Alternatively, you can use the 'install' script, located in the toplevel directory of this archive to perform an installation as a user. The script will set up ${PRODUCTNAME} to have its own profile for this installation, separated from your normal ${PRODUCTNAME} profile. Note that this will not install the system integration parts such as desktop menu items and desktop MIME type registrations. Alternatively, you can use the 'install' script, located in the toplevel directory of this archive to perform an installation as a user. The script will set up ${PRODUCTNAME} to have its own profile for this installation, separated from your normal ${PRODUCTNAME} profile. Note that this will not install the system integration parts such as desktop menu items and desktop MIME type registrations.
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sdfsdfgf42t2
readmeitem.text
Notes Concerning Desktop Integration for Linux Distributions Not Covered in the Above Installation Instructions ማስታወሻዎች የ ዴስክቶፕ ማዋሀጃ ለ ሊነክስ ስርጭቶች በ ላይኛው መግጠሚያ መመሪያዎች አይሸፈንም

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readme.xrm
debianinstall3
readmeitem.text
Source string description
MkcLD
Source string location
readme.xrm
String age
3 years ago
Source string age
3 years ago
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am/readlicense_oo/docs.po, string 32