I do understand that 42.3 is not a bleeding edge distro, but what I don’t understand is why 42.3 doesn’t get the point update of the “still” brench, which has been version 5.3.7 for quite some time already?
What’s the reason behind this?
Likely because 5.4 has been submitted as Update for 42.2 and 42.3 2 months ago.
The update triggered a bug in zypper though, so had to be delayed.
(the running update has been updated to 126.96.36.199 just 12 hours ago, so it seems it will still be released at some point/soon)
Otherwise, you can get 188.8.131.52 from the LibreOffice:5.3 repo:
Or the latest 5.4 from LibreOffice:5.4:
Thanks a lot.
I installed it via the 5.4 repo now and it works flawlessly.
What should I do, when it finally gets added to the official repoes? Should I do a vendor change then or just leave it as it is?
That’s your choice of course.
The repo will be updated continously (as long as there are 5.4.x releases).
I don’t know the plans for standard updates, but of course they will take (slightly) longer in any case, as they are actually submitted from that repo.
Been using the LO 6.0 RC on Tumbleweed - so far, so good…it’s not intended for production use of course, but my openSUSE machine is not a production machine anyway. It will overwrite your 5.x installation though, so I don’t believe you can have both installed side-by-side. It seems snappier if that makes sense lol
LibreOffice 6 is not available for Leap 42.3 currently though, because it cannot be built (needs some newer libraries than Leap 42.3 provides).