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http://wiki.openkm.com/index.php/Third- ... Office.org
For Redhat/CentOS 6/7 or Fedora, install:
sudo yum install libreoffice libreoffice-headless
We've had this on a forum post
for a couple years, but it sure would have saved me some time debugging document previews had it been on the wiki.
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Hi, thanks for you support. I have yet updated this wiki section ( we are woking on new documentation and next year we will definitively move actual wiki to deprecated status ). However for installing libreoffice in Redhat is also necessary add external repos ( I have not checked redhat last year, but one year ago still was not coming with default repos ).
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