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    how to upgrade to LibreOffice Linux - rpm (x86), Version 4.3.0

    hello dear linux-experts,

    run th libreoffice Version: Build-ID: 410m0(Build:2)

    on the officia webpage they have LibreOffice Linux - rpm (x86), Version 4.3.0,

    how to upgrade to LibreOffice Linux - rpm (x86), Version 4.3.0
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    you should stick with the version provided by your currently installed distro's packet management (= repository = software center).

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    Linux Engineer TNFrank's Avatar
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    Jul 2013
    Avondale, AZ.
    Or switch to a Distro that's more "cutting edge" so you can pull down newer packages. I needed to run Gqrx(an RTL-SDR program to play with Software Defined Radio) and Debian Stable just didn't cut it so I moved to Manjaro which is based on Arch and has the AUR so I can get truly bleeding edge software when I want/need it.
    If there is an .rpm package I guess you could download it and try installing it with your package manager. I know in Manjaro and Antergos you can install local packages with either Octopi or PacmanXG, not sure what OpenSUSE uses but it should have something similar.
    No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.

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