Linux Setup LibreOffice repository

ragnarok1968

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nmsuk

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Why not use snap to install the latest version. sudo snap install libreoffice

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ragnarok1968

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Why not use snap to install the latest version. sudo snap install libreoffice

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Sure. that's one way. I'm a little old school by today's standards. But do snaps automatically update libre office in this case? I personally do not know. But now you put this out there, you just gave people an extra option to consider.
 

Neemobeer

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Snaps don't automatically update, but there's nothing from stopping you from adding a start up script or just update them manually with sudo snap refresh
 

ragnarok1968

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Snaps don't automatically update, but there's nothing from stopping you from adding a start up script or just update them manually with sudo snap refresh
True. I like things easy as most do, but snaps makes it easier and I end up using command line generally speaking.. go figure!
 

nmsuk

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Snaps don't automatically update, but there's nothing from stopping you from adding a start up script or just update them manually with sudo snap refresh
I've set a cron job to do just that, checks on boot and then every six hours.
 
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