Category: LibreOffice (ehemals OpenOffice)

GNU Linux Kernel worth $1.4 billion GNU Linux Distribution Fedora worth $10.8 billion – Sisvel – patent troll generate licensing revenue vs. the world – war over patents – how (patent) lawyers (and other lawyers) exploit and burden mankind

man made madness: Of course: this madness operates – just as tax avoidance – completely within the legal frameworks of countries with politicians that are open to “donations” (it is called CORRUPTION -> corrupt laws to profit the few). Of […]

GNU Linux – how to – great font preview selection tools – Fedora CentOS RedHat – adding new fonts to the system for LibreOffice to use

two neat tools to preview fonts hostnamectl; # tested with Operating System: Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster) Kernel: Linux 4.19.0-18-amd64 Architecture: x86-64 su – root apt update apt install font-manager creditz:   apt install font-manager gnome-font-viewer creditz: Adding new […]


Thanks! thanks to all the contributors of open source soft- and hardware and people that share their knowledge online for free 🙂 i hope/think that better technology could possibly also change humans to the better… freely sharing information surely does […]

HowTo Update OpenOffice LibreOffice under Linux – deb rpm Debian Ubuntu RedHat Fedora CentOS7

updating LibreOffice (former OpenOffice) works like this: 1. remove the old version 2. download latest version 3. install the new version RedHat Fedora CentOS7: rpm based distributions: yum remove libreoffice*; # uninstall current version wget; # download tar […]

Open Letter to Chris Lamb – Debian Lead

Dear Mr Lamb, thanks for your work and commitment to GNU Debian Linux (right on Mr Stallmann :). i read most of and i could/would like to contribute to the Debian Website/Wiki all things web-realted. I love Debian – […]


If you install from repository you might getting version 4.4.X if you want the latest you have to do some manual work: Tested on Debian8.7: Linux debian 3.16.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.16.39-1+deb8u2 (2017-03-07) i686 GNU/Linux [cc lang=”bash” escaped=”true” width=”600″] su; […]


unfortunately i think this needs some skills 😀 fire up the terminal. [cc lang=”bash” escaped=”true” width=”600″] dpkg -l|grep libreoffice; # search for all installed packages with that name # you will have to compile your own list and run something […]