|Slide 1|| Hello Everyone
Welcome to this tutorial on Installation of LibreOffice Suite.
|Slide 2||In this tutorial, we will learn how to install LibreOffice Suite in Linux OS.|
|Slide 3|| To record this tutorial I'm using
You can use any web browser of your choice.
|Slide 4|| To follow this tutorial, in Linux OS, one should be familiar with:
If not, pls refer to the relevant tutorials in the Linux series on this website.
|Let us begin with the installation of LibreOffice Suite.|
|LibreOffice Suite can be downloaded and installed using Synaptic Package Manager.|
|Refer to the relevant tutorial in the Linux spoken tutorial series to know more.|
|Next, let us learn how to install LibreOffice Suite using the terminal.|
|Go to Firefox web browser||First, I will open Firefox web browser.|
|Type:www.LibreOffice.org/download >> press Enter||In the address bar, type www.LibreOffice.org/download and press Enter.|
|Download page||We are immediately redirected to the download page.|
|Point to the Download button||Here you can see the Download button to download LibreOffice Suite.|
|Point to the version and OS||By default, the latest version of LibreOffice for our default OS, is displayed here.|
| In my case, I’m recording on Linux OS.
|Click on change >> click on Download|| But we can download this software as suitable for our OS version.
|Another page|| We are redirected to another page.
|Point to the various options||Here, we can also choose the version of LibreOffice Suite that we want to install.|
|Click on Linux x64||I will choose Linux x64 in bracket deb as I have a 64-bit Ubuntu Linux machine.|
|Back on original download page||On doing this, we are once again redirected to the download page.|
|Point to the version and OS||Note: the default version of LibreOffice and OS is now as per our selection.|
|Click on Download button||Let us click on the Download button.|
|Save As dialog box opens||On doing so, a Save As dialog box opens.|
|Click on Save|| Click on the OK button and the download will start.
|Press Ctrl, Alt and T keys simultaneously|| When the download is complete, open the terminal.
| Type cd Downloads >> press Enter.
|| In the terminal, type
cd space Downloads
| Type ls >> press Enter.
|| Then type ls and press Enter.
tar space -zxvf space <filename> >> press Enter.
| Now I'll clear the screen by pressing Ctrl + L keys.
|Type cd space <filename> >> press Enter||Next, type cd space <filename> and press Enter.|
|Type cd DEBS >> press Enter||Type cd in caps DEBS and press Enter.|
|Type sudo dpkg -i *.deb >> press Enter||At the end, type sudo dpkg -i *.deb and press Enter.|
|Type the password >> press Enter||Type the password of your system and press Enter.|
|After pressing Enter, the installation of LibreOffice Suite will begin.|
|Close the terminal|| The installation will take some time.
|Dash home >> type office in search bar||Go to dash home and type Office in the search bar.|
|Point to the various components||You'll see various LibreOffice Suite components like Writer, Calc, Base, Impress, Math and Draw.|
|This indicates that LibreOffice Suite is successfully installed on our Linux system.|
|That’s all for this tutorial. Let us summarise.|
|Summary||In this tutorial we learnt how to install LibreOffice Suite in Ubuntu Linux OS.|
|Acknowledgement|| The video at the following link summarises the Spoken Tutorial Project.
Pls watch it.
|Acknowledgement|| The Spoken Tutorial Project team
For details, please write to us.
|Acknowledgement|| Spoken Tutorial Project is funded by NMEICT, MHRD, Govt of India.
More information on this mission is available at the following link.
|Previous slide|| The script for this tutorial has been contributed by the Spoken Tutorial Team.