[CentOS] LibreOffice rpm's vs Centos testing repo

nux at li.nux.ro nux at li.nux.ro
Mon Mar 19 05:50:21 EDT 2012

Jake Shipton writes:

> On Mon, 19 Mar 2012 01:33:36 +0000
> nux at li.nux.ro wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I've just updated the RPMs for Libreoffice to match version 3.4.5
>> (from Fedora 16). If you have my repo[1] installed simply do a:
>> yum --enablerepo=nux-libreoffice-testing update libreoffice*
>> If you have RPMs from libreoffice.org in use ignore this message as
>> you will run into conflicts!
> Thanks for your efforts Nux :-). 
> If at some point it would be possible for you to support 3.5 that would
> be great :-). I am currently using the 3.5.1 official RPM's in a home
> repo (so it's also shared to another CentOS box). But none-the-less
> it's good to see some progress regarding Libreoffice & CentOS :-).


Sure, 3.5 is on the to do list.
I see this trend a lot, to make repos out of official rpms (at least 
Ljubomir is also doing it). Maybe it's worth doing this on a bigger scale.
Care to share what exactly you are doing? Are you using any "meta" packages?

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