Archive for the tag "OOo"
The Chromium 72 code was released a few days ago by Google. I built new Slackware packages for Chromium 72.0.3626.81 during the weekend and they are ready for download now on slackware.com or slackware.nl, or any other mirror of course. There’s a sizable number of CVE’s mentioned in the ChangeLog that were fixed in this release. […]
The Document Foundation announced version 6.1.2 of their office suite last week. Today, new LibreOffice packages for Slackware 14.2 and -current are done compiling and available in my repository. Get the packages from my repository or any mirror, like: https://slackware.nl/people/alien/slackbuilds/libreoffice/ . http://slackware.uk/people/alien/slackbuilds/libreoffice/ . I also updated the VeraCrypt package to version 1.23, and you’ll find […]
I realize I have been a wee bit silent on the blog (not counting my replies in the comments section). This was due to private issues that drained the desire for social interactions. Nevertheless there was quite a bit of activity on the Slackware packaging front. So, what new stuff? First of all: yesterday, Adobe […]
The new major release ‘6’ of LibreOffice was made available almost two weeks ago but I have been struggling with the 32bit build. Despite the fact that my 64bit -current packages for libreoffice-6.0.0 were online for a short while (almost nobody noticed), I did not have anything good to share so I removed those again. […]
Because of recent updates in slackware-current (in this case, the boost package) the LibreOffice in my own repository stopped working. Library conflict. Don’t you love the life on the bleeding edge 😉 By coïncidence, the Document Foundation had just released a new version of their LibreOffice sources, so instead of recompiling the old 5.4.3 packages […]