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Snap page: Mention Snap store, not Ubuntu store

Added by Samuel Mehrbrodt 2 months ago. Updated about 2 months ago.

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https://www.libreoffice.org/download/snap talks about the Ubuntu store.
Instead it should be "Snap store" (its not ubuntu specific), and a link could be added to https://snapcraft.io/libreoffice from where you can install it directly without using the command line.

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#1 Updated by Florian Effenberger 2 months ago

  • Assignee set to Mike Saunders
  • Target version set to Pool

#2 Updated by Mike Saunders 2 months ago

Hi Samuel,

Samuel Mehrbrodt wrote:

https://www.libreoffice.org/download/snap talks about the Ubuntu store.
Instead it should be "Snap store" (its not ubuntu specific)

OK, fixed.

and a link could be added to https://snapcraft.io/libreoffice from where you can install it directly without using the command line.

Done - I've added a "Installing LibreOffice via Snapcraft" section to the page.

What do you think? Anything else to change? If you're happy, let's close the ticket :-)

#3 Updated by Samuel Mehrbrodt 2 months ago

Thanks, looks better already. I suggest to merge the two "Installing" sections as follows (feel free to adjust):

Installing LibreOffice from the store

Current versions of LibreOffice are available in the Snap store as 64-bit versions.

You can install the LibreOffice snap by visiting:

https://snapcraft.io/libreoffice

Or install from the command line:

sudo snap install libreoffice

If you are missing the snap command you might need to install snapd first.

#4 Updated by Mike Saunders 2 months ago

Samuel Mehrbrodt wrote:

Thanks, looks better already. I suggest to merge the two "Installing" sections as follows

OK, done!

#5 Updated by Samuel Mehrbrodt 2 months ago

Thanks a lot!

One last thing:

The section "Running the LibreOffice version installed as snap" could be improved as follows:

After installing, the version of LibreOffice installed via snap can be found in the Application menu.

Alternatively, it can be started with the command:

/snap/bin/libreoffice

Omitting the full path likely starts the version of LibreOffice installed by the distribution instead, if there is one.

#6 Updated by Mike Saunders about 2 months ago

Samuel Mehrbrodt wrote:

One last thing:

The section "Running the LibreOffice version installed as snap" could be improved as follows:

After installing, the version of LibreOffice installed via snap can be found in the Application menu.

Alternatively, it can be started with the command:

/snap/bin/libreoffice

Omitting the full path likely starts the version of LibreOffice installed by the distribution instead, if there is one.

OK, done! If you're happy with the page now, let's close the ticket :-)

#7 Updated by Samuel Mehrbrodt about 2 months ago

OK, done! If you're happy with the page now, let's close the ticket :-)

Great, thanks!
You can close the ticket, I'm missing the rights.

#8 Updated by Samuel Mehrbrodt about 2 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Resolved

#9 Updated by Mike Saunders about 2 months ago

  • Status changed from Resolved to Closed

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