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New update to version 4.1.1

The new version of Apache OpenOffice was released last Thursday Aug 29, 2014.

We've updated all packages and added new languages ​​that were incorporated to version 4.1.1 as you can see in the release notes.

As usual, all you need to know are explained in README file.

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2 days ago

Expiration date of GnuPG key updated

We have changed the expiration date of our GnuPG key.

Please update your apt key chain typing this in a terminal:

$ sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys 90127F5B

If you have any question just send a message to apacheoo-deb-user at lists.sourceforge.net

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2014-05-30

New update to version 4.1

The new version of Apache OpenOffice was released last Tuesday Apr 29, 2014.

We've updated all packages and added new languages ​​that were incorporated to version 4.1 as you can see in the release notes.

As usual, all you need to know are explained in README file.

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2014-04-30

New update to version 4.0.1

The new version of Apache OpenOffice was released last Sunday Sep 29, 2013.

We've updated all packages and added new languages ​​that were incorporated to version 4.0.1 as you can see in the release notes.

As usual, all you need to know are explained in README file.

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2013-10-08

New update to version 4.0

We have updated the packages of the repository to the version 4.0 of Apache OpenOffice that was released last Tuesday July 23, 2013.

As usual, you can install what you need just following recommendations in README file.

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2013-07-26

Added new languages

It was added new AOO language packages to the repository:

Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Korean, Basque, Scottish Gaelic and Australian.

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2013-02-06

New update to version 3.4.1

The new version of Apache OpenOffice was released last Thursday Aug 23, 2012.

We've updated all packages and added new languages ​​that were incorporated to version 3.4.1 as you can see in the release notes.

Now you can install what you need just following recomendations in README file.

Posted by Marcelo Santana 2012-08-25 Labels: News