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LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites that are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc. But if you would like to have installed only stable LibreOffice 4.2.x and all stable fix releases then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites that are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc. But if you would like to have installed only stable LibreOffice 4.2.x and all stable fix releases then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc. But if you would like to have installed only stable LibreOffice 4.2.x and all stable fix releases then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc. But if you would like to have installed only stable etc.

Install
LibreOffice 4.2.x stable and all stable fix releases then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc.


Install LibreOffice 4.2.x stable stable and all stable fix releases then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc.


Install LibreOffice 4.2.x stable and all (including stable fix releases releases) then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc.


Install LibreOffice 4.2.x stable (including stable fix releases) then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards

LibreOffice-4-2 PPA for Ubuntu 12.04 / 13.10 - How to install - Tutorial.

Hi,
I see many web sites are suggesting to install LibreOffice 4.2 by adding a ppa:libreoffice/ppa to Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, but this PPA is LibreOffice unstable and alfa, beta and release candidates will land in this PPA. So unstable repository that most of the users probably don't want to have. Install LibreOffice 4.2.x from above PPA only if you would like to test alfa, beta, release candidates etc.


Install LibreOffice 4.2.x stable (including stable fix releases) then do the following (in Terminal):

(1) Add LibreOffice 4.2 PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2

(2) Update repository:

sudo apt-get update

(3) Install LibreOffice 4.2:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice


Hope this helps.
Regards