The Debian packages in this repository are the same as provided by the Apache Foundation on its web page . This repository aims to provide a easier way for installation of the Apache OpenOffice (AOO) on Debian and derivatives desktops while it is not available on the official repositories, and make necessary adjustments (still at the beginning) so that it is according the Debian policy and DFSG.
Since the packages from this repository are digitally signed, to perform the installation process you will need to add our public gnupg key to the APT keys database as follows, via terminal:
$ gpg --recv-keys 90127F5B && gpg --export --armor 90127F5B|sudo apt-key add -
To install AOO on your computer, you need to add the following entry to the /etc/apt/sources.list file:
deb http://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/apacheoo-deb/debian wheezy main
After that, install the core packages and language package according your language. e.g. for Brazilian Portuguese it is needed to type this on terminal:
$ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install openoffice.org3-pt-br ooobasis3.4-pt-br-binfilter openoffice.org3-writer openoffice.org3-calc openoffice.org3-impress openoffice.org3-base openoffice.org3-draw openoffice.org3-math ooobasis3.4-pyuno ooobasis3.4-ooofonts ooobasis3.4-ooolinguistic openoffice.org-debian-menus
Thus the packages will be downloaded and installed on your computer.
*NOTE: You can use any other manager to install packages, such as synaptic.
If your desktop is GNOME, we also recommend installing the gnome-integration as follows:
$ sudo apt-get install ooobasis3.4-gnome-integration
To run the AOO from the terminal, just type the following:
Alternatively, if you have also LibreOffice installed, we recommend that you uninstall it, so there are no conflicts between applications, and add the directory of AOO executable to the PATH variable doing this:
$ echo "export PATH=$PATH:/opt/openoffice.org3/program" >> ~/.bashrc
$ . ~/.bashrc
Then just type in terminal:
*NOTE: To upgrade an existing installation you just need type this on terminal:
$ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get -y upgrade
Any questions, just contact us through our mailing list Apacheoo-deb-user <apacheoo-deb-user@NOSPAM@lists.sourceforge.net>.