LibreOffice 7.1 is out now. The Fedora installation RPM packages are available on the official download page. LibreOffice is a free office suite application with many enhancements over previous versions. It has included many useful features, which becomes office management very easy. This is the most powerful free & open-source office suite specifically for Linux desktop users.
This tutorial will help you to Install LibreOffice on Fedora 34/33/32/31/30 desktop systems.
Install LibreOffice on Fedora
First of all, download the latest LibreOffice rpm packages archive from its official download page. To download Libreoffic 7.1.4 use the following command.
Extract the RPM packages from archive file.
tar -xvf LibreOffice_7.1.4_Linux_x86-64_rpm.tar.gz
Now, install all the rpm files using DNF package manager.
cd LibreOffice_188.8.131.52_Linux_x86-64_rpm sudo dnf install RPMS/*.rpm
You have done it. Have a cup of coffee until the package installation completed.
Go to the Fedora Desktop, start searching for “LibreOffice”, This will show you the launch icons for LibreOffice. For example:
Then launch LibreOffice by clicking the Icon.
This tutorial helped you to install LibreOffice on a Fedora Linux system.