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Flatpak is not a product of Red Hat...

El 22-06-2016 11:40, Paul D. Mirowsky escribió: 

If you are talking about package management.

Flatpak is a Red Hat Product.

See [2]

Ubuntu is using Snap

See "Universal "snap" packages launch on multiple Linux distros" at 

For more in LibreOffice and Snap see "LibreOffice 5.2.0 beta2 as a snap package" [4]

Hope it helps

On 6/22/2016 8:48 AM, CVAlkan wrote:

This is probably more of a flatpak question than a libreoffice question, but ... Will the 
LibreOffice in FlatPak format eventually be available for Ubuntu versions earlier than 14.04. 
I've been following the progress of the next LTS version (Ubuntu 16.04), but it doesn't seem 
stable enough nor have all the app support I need to upgrade yet. Has anyone attempted to "fudge 
this into working (e.g. upgrading Gnome stuff, etc.)? I've only used one of these "packaged" app 
systems so far (MuseScore.AppImage) but it appears to work really well ... Thanks for any 
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