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asked 2015-09-02 20:52:46 +0100

kurtbockhorst gravatar image

My organization (University of Texas) allows Libreoffice, but does not allow bittorrent or p2p for downloads. What do you recommend - you should post it on the download page. If you do not offer an alternative you should recommend the download via CNET, i.e.


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answered 2015-09-03 17:46:10 +0100

Regina gravatar image

Click on text "info" right side of text "torrent". This opens http://download.documentfoundation.or... currently. There you find ways to download without torrent, and find hash values to verify the download.

You should convince your university to mirror LibreOffice too, as a lot of other universities do.

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answered 2015-09-05 17:10:07 +0100

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In fact, The University of Texas already hosts a mirror ;-)

But the mirror brain info page, available from the official LibreOffice web site download page lists all options (mirror, torrent, Zsync) as well as HASH values (MD5, SHA1, SHA256) for the packaging. http://download.documentfoundation.or... http://download.documentfoundation.or...

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