Installing LibreOffice 4.0 Final on RHEL / CentOS 6.x / 32-Bit / x86_64 / Linux

Hello,

As we all know that, This is very critical and important release of LibreOffice 4.0. It got released in All Major Languages and Mostly released for All Linux Packages, RPM, OpenSUSE, DEB and ofcourse .tar.gz.

LibreOffice is also available for MAC users.

LibreOffice 4.0 is just released and I am sharing this how to which helps you to install LibreOffice 4.0 on Linux and CentOS / RHEL 6.x.

To Install LibreOffice 4.0 on RHEL 6.x / CentOS 6.x 32 and 64-bit , Please go through Following steps :-

First Download LibreOffice 4.0 from Below link :-

1. For X86_64 ( 64-Bit ) :- http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/4.0.0/rpm/x86_64/LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86-64_rpm.tar.gz

Remove Existing LibreOffice by executing following command :-

[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# yum remove libreoffice* # Be Careful while doing this

Download Package from above and UnTar .tar.gz

[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# tar zxvf LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86-64_rpm.tar.gz

[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# cd LibreOffice_4.0.0.3_Linux_x86-64_rpm/RPMS
[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# rpm -Uvh *.rpm
[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# cd desktop-integration
[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# rpm -Uvh libreoffice4.0-freedesktop-menus-4.0.0-103.noarch.rpm

2. For 32-Bit :- http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/4.0.0/rpm/x86/LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86_rpm.tar.gz

Remove Existing LibreOffice by executing following command :-

[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# yum remove libreoffice* # Be Careful while doing this

Download Package from above and UnTar .tar.gz

[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# tar zxvf LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86_rpm.tar.gz

[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# cd LibreOffice_4.0.0.3_Linux_x86_rpm/RPMS
[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# rpm -Uvh *.rpm
[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# cd desktop-integration
[root@linux-support-ahmedabad ~]# rpm -Uvh libreoffice4.0-freedesktop-menus-4.0.0-103.noarch.rpm

That’s It. Your LibreOffice 4.0 is now installed and Ready to Use.

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Installing LibreOffice 4.0 Final on Linux | Ubuntu | 32-Bit | X86_64 | 64-Bit

Hello,

As we all know that, This is very critical and important release of LibreOffice 4.0. It got released in All Major Languages and Mostly released for All Linux Packages, RPM, OpenSUSE, DEB and ofcourse .tar.gz.

LibreOffice is also available for MAC users.

LibreOffice 4.0 is just released and I am sharing this how to which helps you to install LibreOffice 4.0 on Linux and Ubuntu.

To Install LibreOffice 4.0 on Ubuntu, Please go through Following steps :-

1. X86_64 Bit ( 64-Bit) :- Remove Existing LibreOffice by executing following command :-

First Download Package from above and UnTar .tar.gz

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # wget -c http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/4.0.0/deb/x86_64/LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # tar zxvf LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86-64_deb.tar.gz

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # apt-get remove –purge libreoffice*

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # cd LibreOffice_4.0.0.3_Linux_x86-64_deb/DEBS
root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # sudo dpkg -i *.deb
root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # cd desktop-integration
root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # sudo dpkg -i *.deb

2. 32-Bit :- Remove Existing LibreOffice by executing following command :-

First Download Package from above and UnTar .tar.gz

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # wget -c http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/4.0.0/deb/x86/LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86_deb.tar.gz

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # apt-get remove –purge libreoffice*

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # tar zxvf LibreOffice_4.0.0_Linux_x86_deb.tar.gz

root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # cd LibreOffice_4.0.0.3_Linux_x86_deb/DEBS
root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # sudo dpkg -i *.deb
root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # cd desktop-integration
root@linux-support-ahmedabad:~ # sudo dpkg -i *.deb

Version LibreOffice 4.0
Version LibreOffice 4.0

That’s It. Your LibreOffice 4.0 is now installed and Ready to Use.

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Fedora 15 Released | Linux | Open Source

Hello,

Fedora Linux 15 is now available, providing users on the desktop with a full GNOME 3 experience including the GNOME Shell user interface.

Fedora 15, codenamed ‘Lovelock’ also introduces new security, spin, networking and virtualization features to the community Linux project, sponsored by Red Hat.

“GNOME Shell is a big change and I’d be doing people a disservice if I didn’t say that GNOME 3 and GNOME Shell is a fairly radical departure from the GNOME 2 experience,” Jared Smith, Fedora Project Leader told InternetNews.com. “That being said, a lot of people find the change refreshing.”

GNOME 3 as an upstream project was officially released in April and Fedora 15 is the first major Linux distro to include it as part of the core release. Smith noted that GNOME Shell was designed to have fewer interruptions for users and enable users to more easily access their data and applications.

The GNOME Shell is not something that everyone in the Linux community likes. Rival Linux distribution Ubuntu split with GNOME for their 11.04 release and released their own Unity user interface as a competitive alternative to GNOME 3. Smith noted that for Fedora users that don’t have the graphics hardware to run the GNOME Shell, there is a fallback mode that includes the gnome-panel, metacity and a notification-daemon.

For more :- http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/osrc/article.php/3934356/Fedora-15-Lovelock-Linux-Debuts-GNOME-3.htm

For Fedora 15 Official Release Notes :- http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/15/html/Release_Notes/

To Download Fedora 15 :- http://fedoraproject.org/get-fedora

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Howto: Installing RHEL 6 Beta | Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux ( RHEL 6.2 ) Beta

Hello Friends,

There is a 1 major release of Red Hat is about to announce. Don’t know when they will announce RHEL 6 but I have RHEL 6 beta. So I have written howto to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 steps. Hope this will helps you all.

I have not used RHEL 6 that much, but my experience is not so bad as this is Red Hat product its amazing. Graphical wise if you ask me then I found it like Fedora 13 or you can say similar as Fedora. As I am using Fedora very much so GUI base i have not found so much differences but those who only uses RHEL 5 or RHEL versions they are going to be crazy about it.

Hope this Howto will help peoples who want to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 on their Servers or Desktops.

Read carefully and perform following steps to Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

  1. First of all select DVD as your First Boot Device. Save & Exit From BIOS and Reboot your System.

    Installation Selection
    Select Install or Upgrade to Continue Installation
  2. After Booting from DVD you will get below screen. Select Install or Upgrade an Existing System and press Enter.
  3. If you get following screen wait for some time for Anaconda to take you for the next step.

    Loading...... RHEL6........
    Wait for Few Seconds………
  4. Select your prefered Language from Below Screen. I prefer English is good for all so i have selected English Language for Tutorial Purpose.

    Select Language
    Select Installation Language
  5. Select Keyboard Layout.

    Keyboard Layout
    Select Keyboard Layout
  6. In Following Screen you will able to see 4 Installation Methods, Let me explain Methods here:-
    • Local CD/DVD – It is obvious that If you use CD/DVD media then Choose this option.
    • Hard Drive – Select this if you have dumped your source into any other Linux partition.
    • NFS Directory – Select this If you have shared installation source shared using NFS.
    • URL – Select this if you want to install using FTP or HTTP Source link.

    So For this tutorial and Step by step installation of RHEL 6 we will select Local CD/DVD Installation Method.

    Installation Method
    Select your Installation Method
  7. If you are not sure about your media then Select OK to verify else Select Skip.

    Media Test
    Test your RHEL 6 Media | Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  8. If your media is fine till now it will take you to the Graphical
    Installation Screen
    of RHEL 6 Installation. please wait for few minutes
    after getting following screen

    Running Anaconda........
    Running Anaconda…………
  9. Following is the first screen after Getting GUI Installation Wizard Click on NEXT to Continue…

    First Installation Screen
    Click Next to Begin RHEL 6 Installation
  10. Because we are installating Beta Release of Red Hat Enterprise
    Linux you will get warning of pre-release version. Have a look at
    following screen….

    Pre-release Warning
    This is warning because you are installing RHEL 6 Beta…. Pre-release warning
  11. Now, For installating RHEL there is two storage options are available Let me explain bit…..
    • Basic Storage Devices – Select this if you are installating on Local Hard disk or some local Storage
    • Specialized Storage Devices –  Select this if you are installing on SAN ( Storage Area Network ) or DASD ( Direct Access Storage Devices)

      Storage Selection
      Select Storage to Install RHEL 6 Beta
  12. Don’t worry if you don’t get following step, because if your Hard disk is blank then only you will get following screen.

    Hard Disk Initialize
    Reinitialize Device……
  13. Set your Hostname here. Remember FQDN hostname is always preferable (i.e. example.tejasbarot.com)

    Configure Hostname
    Configure Hostname
  14. If you want to configure network during installation then click on Configure Network and Configure your Network by Editing Ethernet Cards.

    Configure Network
    Network Configuration During Installation with NetworkManager in RHEL 6
  15. Now It’s time to Select Time Zone.

    Time Zone
    Select Time Zone
  16. Now Set your root Password.

    Root Password
    Set your root password during Installation
  17. Make sure your password is not combination of
    dictionary words other wise you’ll get screen as below.

    Weak Password
    Weak or Dictionary base root Password
  18. Now We reach to the most Important part of any Linux Installation, Its Partition time guys…………Not explaining any option because it is already nicely explained there on screen itself. I prefer Create Custom Layout because i can show you guys how to make partition during installation. If you have windows already installed then please select this option……………………Select Create Custom Layout and  click on NEXT.

    Create Custom Layout
    Select Create Custom Layout to make Partition with our decided partition scheme
  19. I have got blank Hard Disk, So If you have also got Blank Hard Disk then you will get screen like below :-

    Free Space
    There is no partitions so this is the screen…….
  20. Here we’ll create only Three Most required Partitions….. You can create as per your requirement. SoNow Let’s start creating Partitions……..
  21. Let’s create boot partition first. Click on Create -> Select Standard Partition, Enter /boot as Mount Point, Enter Size 500MB, and Keep all information as it is, Click on OK.
    Create partition
    Click on “Create” to Create Standard partition

    Boot Partition
    Creating boot partition…..
  22. Now Let’s create swap partition Click on Create -> Select Standard Partition, Select Swap as File system Type, Enter size 2000 ( I suggest it should be double than RAM) and Keep all information as it is, Click on OK.
    Create partition
    Click on “Create” to Create Standard partition

    Swap Partition
    Creating Swap Partition
  23. Let’s create root partition. Click on Create -> Select Standard Partition, Enter / as Mount Point, Select Fill to maximum allowable size and Keep all information as it is, Click on OK.
    Create partition
    Click on “Create” to Create Standard partition

    Root Partition
    Creating root ( / ) Partition
  24. Now If everything is perfectly fine then you will able to see following screen

    Final Partition
    Final Partition Scheme
  25. This is the screen which is going to Format all your partition which you have created,
    Here if you are not sure then reboot your system without clicking on
    any thing. If you are sure that you want to continue then click on Write Changes to disk.

    Formatting Partitions
    Finally Writing Partition Changes to Disk
  26. Here is the Boot Menu screen. You can set password for Grub here, You can modify booting entry here.

    Booting Menu
    Customize your Grub Menu
  27. Different Kinds of Software packages are availabe so Select as per your requirement and click on NEXT.

    Package Selection
    Select Bunch of Packages which suits to your requirement
  28. If you plan to do customize installation then click on Customize Now and Click NEXT and Select your required packages and then click Next.
    Customize Now
    Customize Packages Now

    Packages Selection
    Select Packages which you want to install and click “Next”
  29. Installation has been started. Just get back and Relax for some time. It will take some time to get installed.

    Installation Started
    Installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 has started
  30. Congratulations Guys….. Your RHEL 6 is installed…….

    Installation Completed
    Installation Successfully Completed
  31. Grub Screen of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta ( RHEL 6)

    Grub of RHEL 6
    RHEL 6 Grub Screen
  32. Wait…………. RHEL 6 Beta is Loading………………………

    Loading RHEL 6......
    Loading RHEL 6 Beta……
  33. Hmmm……. First Boot Instructions…. Just Few Steps and That’s It.
  34. This is the Welcome Message click on Forward

    Welcom Message
    This is welcome message on First Boot
  35. Select Yes, I agree to the License Agreement and Click on Forward

    License Information
    Accept License Agreement
  36. If you have RHN Login then Select Yes Otherwise Select No, I prefer to register at a later time and click on Forward.
    Software Updates
    If you don’t have RHN Login Select “No” and Move “Forward”

    Finish Updates Setup
    Finish Updates Setup
  37. Create Normal User and Click Forward

    Creating User
    Creating Normal User during Installation
  38. Set your Date & Time Here.

    Date & Time
    Set your Date & Time
  39. Enable Kdump if you want to configure otherwise Click on Forward, That’s It.

    Kdump
    Configure KDump
  40. Now It’s your RHEL 6 is installed and running.

Have a Fun with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 | RHEL 6 Beta.

Let me have some comment on this guys…………. Waiting for your comments……………..

Enjoy Red Hat Linux 🙂 Enjoy Open Source 🙂