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Debian Dumps OpenOffice for LibreOffice

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Joining the ever-growing list of Linux distributions jumping the sinking OpenOffice.org ship for the safety of LibreOffice is the irreplaceable Debian. LibreOffice has been in testing since March, but as of today it's available for stable 6.0 as well.

The version of LibreOffice provided by Debian is 3.3.2. Documentation, localization, and desktop specific integration packages are also available. These are available in amd64, armel, i386, ia64, kfreebsd-amd64, kfreebsd-i386, mipsel, and sparc architectures.

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Debian Dumps OpenOffice for LibreOffice

Just about every distribution has moved away from OpenOffice.

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