ONLYOFFICE free desktop application for editing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations is available for Linux Mint users via the official Software Store. Read this post to learn about the app and how to install it.
Linux Mint is a Ubuntu- and Debian-based GNU/Linux distribution developed and maintained by a community of developers since 2006. Initially, the project was launched by Clément Lefèbvre, who remains a project leader today.
Linux Mint has easy-to-use elegant user interface and comes in a bundle with a variety of free open-source applications: Firefox, Thunderbird, VLC media player. Numerous other third-party applications are available for out-of-the box installation, including both free and proprietary (Adobe Flash, DVD and MP3 playback codecs) software and components. Using Wine or virtualization environments like VMware, VirtualBox, or KVM, it is possible to install and use applications created for Microsoft Windows.
Linux Mint has three default desktop environments: Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce.
ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors is a free desktop suite for editing text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations available for many Linux distributions including Linux Mint.
With ONLYOFFICE you can work locally, or edit and collaborate on your files in the cloud using all perks of local work: local fonts and spellchecker, computer’s printing service, and your personal collection of plugins.
With ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors you can:
- create and edit documents in all popular formats and work with OOXML files with maximum MS Office compatibility;
- use a broad range of editing and formatting instruments;
- work with complex objects;
- add third-party plugins: YouTube, Translator, Thesaurus, etc.;
- connect to ONLYOFFICE cloud and edit documents collaboratively;
- connect to Nextcloud or ownCloud to edit your files directly.
The simplest way to install ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors on Linux Mint is via Linux Mint Software Store that is built on Flathub. All you need to do is run a simple command:
flatpak install flathub org.onlyoffice.desktopeditors
To run the application, use:
flatpak run org.onlyoffice.desktopeditors
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