AppImage 格式的 LibreOffice

AppImage 是一个用于 Linux 的便携式应用格式,能让用户非常轻松地在滚动的(例如 Arch, openSUSE Tumbleweed)和稳定的(例如 Ubuntu LTS, CentOS)Linux 发行版上运行应用,不用安装,不用担心依赖关系。AppImage 格式包含了应用程序运行所需而用户系统里又不一定有的所有文件(如:库,翻译,图标,字体)。

LibreOffice AppImage 是 LibreOffice 用于 Linux 的便携版,可以运行在所有流行的 Linux 发行版(包括其 Live CD)上的任何位置上(如:本地驱动器,USB,CD,网络共享)。LibreOffice AppImage 有三个版本 — Basic,Standard 和 Full — 支持不同的语言集。

Basic 版包含英语 (美国)。

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Standard 版包括英语 (美国,英国),阿拉伯语,中文 (简体,繁体),法语,德语,意大利语,日语,韩语,葡萄牙语 (巴西,葡萄牙),俄罗斯语,西班牙语。

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Full 版包括 LibreOffice 所支持的所有语言。

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More Downloads

Additional LibreOffice Appimages on the LibreOffice AppImage Package website.

  • Stable Version - Contains Fresh and Still AppImages for Basic, Standard and Full versions with and without help, zsync files for updating the AppImages, and Fresh and Still versions with individual languages.
  • Daily Version - Contains AppImages for a recent build of the latest master GIT alpha daily build.
  • Old Versions - Contains AppImages for LibreOffice versions since 3.3.0 that are no longer supported.


Running the AppImage from the GUI

  • Open your file manager and browse to the location of the AppImage

  • Right-click on the AppImage and click the ‘Properties’ entry

  • Switch to the Permissions tab and

    • click the ‘Allow executing file as program’ checkbox if you are using a Nautilus-based file manager (Files, Nemo, Caja)

    • click the ‘Is executable’ checkbox if you are using Dolphin

    • click the ‘Allow this file to run as a program’ checkbox in Thunar

    • change the ‘Execute’ drop down list to ‘Anyone’ if you are using PCManFM

  • Close the dialog

  • Double-click on the AppImage file to run

Watch how.


Running the AppImage from the Terminal

  1. Open your terminal application, if not already open

  2. Browse to the location of the AppImage

  3. Make the AppImage executable

    $ chmod a+x LibreOffice*.AppImage
  4. Run it

    $ ./LibreOffice*.AppImage



  • LibreOffice AppImages repackage the same binary files found in the .tar.gz files that are distributed on the main download page, through a build script hosted on GitHub.

  • LibreOffice AppImages will run on the distributions that will run an installed version of LibreOffice, but expect the user’s system to have some libraries that aren’t bundled with the AppImage, like Java (used in Base) and GStreamer (used in Impress).

  • LibreOffice AppImages were tested and run on these old versions of stable distributions and their newer versions - Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, Debian 6, Fedora 12, openSUSE 11.3, Mageia 2, PCLinuxOS 2013.07.15, Puppy 6, Salix 13.37 (Slackware), CentOS 6

  • LibreOffice AppImages were tested and run on these rolling distributions - Solus, openSUSE Tumbleweed, Antergos (Arch), Sabayon (Gentoo), Tails

  • LibreOffice AppImages uses their own user profile folder, so they won’t conflict with the user profile of an installed version of LibreOffice on your system.

  • LibreOffice AppImages are currently only available as 64-bit executables, so they will only run on 64-bit Linux distributions.

  • AppImages require FUSE to run. If your system does not have a working FUSE setup, you can still extract the contents of the AppImages using the --appimage-extract option.

  • AppImages aren’t sandboxed, so if you’ll like to run them that way, please read this guide to sandbox with firejail.