Tag Archives: Server Installation

LibreOffice Server Installation GUI v2,1

Hi!

Yesterday v2.1 has been released.

Changelog:

  • Added some languages. Now available:
    • Da (New)
    • De (Updated)
    • En (Updated)
    • Es (New)
    • Fr (Updated)
    • Sl (New)
  • Added Help (Thanks to Rainer)
  • Added Notify Icon wich displays useful information (hopefully)

http://reisi007.bplaced.com/program/setup.exe

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LibreOffice Server Installation GUI – First final version

Hi!

We are proud to announce the first stable version of “LibreOffice server installation GUI”

Release notes:

2.0.0.1

  • Some settings (Language and some paths) will be saved automatically
  • Installation in an automatic generated subfolder is possible now
  • Available languages: De and En (Fr is still not perfect)
  • Some behind the scene things:
    • We are at github
    • We need some tester 😉
    • We need feedback 😉

LibreOffice Server Installation GUI v1.9

Hi folks!

So, now everything should work as expected….

You can download the program right here. Feedback is highly appreciated…

With this version you can:

  • Parallel install LibreOffice without command line
  • Download the LATEST master build with only one click
  • Edit the bootstrap.ini in order to not override your existing profile

LibreOffice Server Installation GUI

Hi there!

After a long time of inactivity, here is something I have been working on for quite a long time. please, don’t be mad and download it. If there is an update, you will be updated within 7 days.

I am proud to present you my program “LibreOffice Server Installation GUI” with the following features:

  • Ability to perform an admin / server installation [NOT Possible due to a bug in LibreOffice, but as soon as it is fixed it is working fdo#54304]
  • Opening the bootstrap.ini and showing you the snipped, which should be changed
  • Saving the bootstrap.ini with only one click (Administrative right might be compulsory!)

That’s it, but it might be a benefit to the QA team 😉

 

Now, it’s screenshot time:

 

Feedback is appreciated