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answered 2012-08-18 16:06:18 +0200JWilliamCupp
I can only tell you my procedure. As a Fedora user, I use the yum updating tool. I like to do all my work in a convenient location -- such as the desktop -- then remove the associated files when I'm finished. After downloading the basic Libre Office .rpm as a compressed (.gz) file, I uncompress it into a new folder. Then, I open a terminal and use command-line commands to install. First is to navigate to the uncompressed folder just created. Something like this:
cd LibO.... (using <tab> to autocomplete the rest)
cd RPMS (drop down into the folder where the *.rpm files are located)
yum localinstall *.rpm
(and away it goes, installing many files)
Once that is done
cd desktopintegration (name may not be exact)
and yum localinstall the .rpm file for your system (for me, "free desktop")
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Asked: 2012-08-18 12:10:02 +0200
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Last updated: Aug 18 '12