The new LibreOffice 4.4 install on Ubuntu

Fresh from the virtual CD-press the Document Foundation and the new LibreOffice 4.4 is coming in today with a slightly revamped interface and a . For example, the Toolbars have been reorganized, the rulers re-designed and the Status and sidebars a little revised. Also the support of Microsoft’s OOXML Format should be significantly improved. While the LibreOffice-4.4-package under MacOS X and Windows right easy to install, you have to do under Ubuntu a couple of pull-UPS.

Current LibreOffice versions you get with Ubuntu not automatically on the computer about the Updates installed. You must either use the PPA from the LibreOffice Packaging team, or the latest LibreOffice manually download and install. To the LibreOffice Team has the new Version, however, so far, the PPA dares to fill it with LibreOffice 4.4, however, a few days or weeks into the country. If you want to have fast LibreOffice 4.4 on his Ubuntu System, the need to install it yourself.

Download the appropriate packages for your 32 – or 64-Bit Ubuntu. As this is overflowing at the Moment, however, hopelessly and in the knee went, makes her the best directly on the Download Server, the Document Foundation. The following commands LibreOffice 4.4 download you download, uninstall all the old versions of Office, and then play the latest Office. Sure the Wget lines in that they are very very very very long, otherwise the Downloads will not work.

### LibreOffice for Debian/Ubuntu 32-Bit... 
$ wget 

### LibreOffice for Debian/Ubuntu 64-Bit... 
$ wget 

### Old Version remove 
$ sudo apt-get remove libreoffice* 

### Libre Office install 
$ tar -xzf LibreOffice_4.4.0_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz 
$ sudo dpkg-i LibreOffice_4.4.0.3_Linux_x86-64_deb/DEBS/*.deb 

### German language pack install 
$ tar -xzf LibreOffice_4.4.0_Linux_x86-64_deb_langpack_de.tar.gz 
$ sudo dpkg-i LibreOffice_4.4.0.3_Linux_x86-64_deb_langpack_de/DEBS/*.deb 

### Install German language help 
$ tar -xzf LibreOffice_4.4.0_Linux_x86-64_deb_helppack_de.tar.gz 
$ sudo dpkg-i LibreOffice_4.4.0.3_Linux_x86-64_deb_helppack_de/DEBS/*.deb 

### Check for security dependencies 
$ sudo apt-get install -f

You are then LibreOffice should be able to call up 4.4 from the Ubuntu Dash. For more on the first Version of the LibreOffice-4.4-series the following Updates, you must also manually import, the procedure is similar, except for the version numbers, nothing will change. The Document Foundation referred to as “The Most Beautiful LibreOffice Ever”. I will not disagree with you, especially if your under tools | options and the LibreOffice | view, in the settings for icon size and style on the simple Sifr Icons surrounded. The from Mozilla’s Firefox has assumed the Persona Themes, it does not need, in my eyes, more.