The LibreOffice suite is a vast selection of code and packages that, while perfectly usable in its default state for a lot of people, has plenty of opportunities for customisation. This can allow for a truly personal experience, however it can be a little tricky to know where to start. We come to your rescue in Linux User & Developer 127 with 25 ways to get started customising and optimising LibreOffice 4.0.
That’s not all, as we also walk you through dual-booting Linux with Windows 8 and UEFI Secure Boot. A lot of distros have solutions for this now, and the Linux Foundation have ways for distro developers to make their images secure boot friendly. We also have a System Recovery distro super test, another simple Python game and much more.
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