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At the time of this post, the latest version of Open Office was at After installing, restart and Open Office should be installed and ready to use.
That’s how to replace Libre Office with Open Office on Ubuntu systems.
Aujourd'hui, la suite concurrente et dérivée Libre Office est installée par défaut sur Ubuntu et ses dérivées.
) Unfortunately, the installation hasn't created a launcher for Open Office 3.0.0 in our menus (the launcher that you see under Installed Open 3.1 using this tutorial on three machines. After installing desktop integration package on two of the machines needed to reboot before Open Office icons were displayed in Applications Excellent help, thanks a lot! Hi, I'm testing my ubuntu 8.10 RC, I put "deb Intrepid main" "deb-src Intrepid main" no (/etc /apt) aptitude update aptitude upgrade Openoffice is opening normally Thanks Falco!For those who are still fan of Open Office and can’t get it in Ubuntu, follow the steps below to get installed and working on Ubuntu systems.First of all, you can’t have both Libre Office and Open Office installed on Ubuntu at the same time. To completely remove Libre Office from Ubuntu, run the commands below.This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to replace Libre Office productivity suite with Open Office.Even though Libre Office probably has more support now then Open Office, millions of users still use Open Office for their day-to-day tasks on Linux and Windows systems.