Having recently heard of this program, which is still in beta stage but perfectly usable I've found, I wanted to install it and try it out. So I downloaded the relevant package from their site, unpacked it and then navigated to its directory and then did -

sudo rpm -Uvh *.rpm

and then just left it to install all the necessary rpms with very good effect. But I did find that I couldn't load in the desktop/menu shortcuts to it as that would override the OpenOffice ones, and I want to keep that as a backup for me just in case Libreoffice goes belly up! So I still had to create manual shortcuts and menus for it, but that's easily done.


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