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Install LibreOffice in BackTrack 5 r3 and Kali

Install LibreOffice Backtrack 5 r3 and Kali

Sometime I need office to prepare document of the project and some other office work, So I decide to install office in BT or Kali rather switch back window. 

I'm going to download 64 bit version of office. You can download of your choice of office.
From the command console just type

root@bt:~# cd /tmp

root@bt:/tmp# wget wget http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/4.0.1/deb/x86_64/LibreOffice_4.0.1_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz

or Click here to choose of your choice of Libre

Now untar the file using following command
root@bt:/tmp# tar -zxvf LibreOffice_4.0.1_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar

 Enter to folder


root@bt:/tmp# cd LibreOffice_4.0.1.2_Linux_x86-64_deb/

root@bt:/tmp/LibreOffice_4.0.1.2_Linux_x86-64_deb# dpkg -i *.deb

deb package is found under DEBS directory

root@kali:~/Desktop/LibreOffice_4.1.1.2_Linux_x86_deb/DEBS# dpkg -i *.deb

(Libre version for Kali is different because its new)

Output look like these

Setting up libobasis4.0-javafilter (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-kde-integration (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-librelogo (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-math (4.0.1.2-2) ...

Setting up libobasis4.0-ogltrans (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-onlineupdate (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-ooofonts (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-ooolinguistic (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-pyuno (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-writer (4.0.1.2-2) ...

Setting up libobasis4.0-xsltfilter (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0 (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-dict-en (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-dict-es (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-dict-fr (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-draw (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-en-us (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-impress (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-math (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-writer (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libobasis4.0-base (4.0.1.2-2) ...

Setting up libobasis4.0-calc (4.0.1.2-2) ...

Setting up libobasis4.0-postgresql-sdbc (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-base (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Setting up libreoffice4.0-calc (4.0.1.2-2) ...
Processing triggers for menu ...


You can found the installed file here

root@bt:/opt/libreoffice4.0/program#

To run the program of your choice, just type

root@bt:/opt/libreoffice4.0/program# ./soffice

Or on kali linux you can found your Apps under Application>Office>




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