In the system requirements of the download section at LibreOffice.org (http://www.libreoffice.org/download/system-requirements/), there are three systems missing that should be added (provided LO runs on these systems which seems to be the case when searching this question on the internet):
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012
FreeBSD -> Additionally, it could be mentioned in the system requirements that LibreOffice runs on FreeBSD and is available in its repositories as a package:
Yes they are missing. I will set the bug to new
With regards to FreeBSD the wording on the system requirements page could be:
"LibreOffice runs on FreeBSD and is available as package in the standard FreeBSD repositories (http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/desktop-summary.html). This is the suggested way to install LibreOffice on FreeBSD. There is no other community-supplied LibreOffice installer provided."
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Bug still existing. Information has not yet been added to http://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/system-requirements/. 2015-04-23
Please also add Windows 10 to the system requirements page.
It is funny that this trivial bug is around for such a long time. It seems that no one looks at bugs for component "WWW"
Please add Windows 10 to the system requirements. LO 5 has been explicitly advertised with Windows 10 compatibility, but it is not listed there. Thanks!
setting to highest now.
If someone starts working on this, he/she could also add NetBSD to the notes: http://pkgsrc.se/misc/libreoffice
(In reply to Gerry from comment #5)
> Please also add Windows 10 to the system requirements page.
Win8 and win10 now appear on the sys req page. I'm not sure about the other OSes being considered under the label 'supported', so let me do more research there.
Dropping priority -> high, as all known supported OSes now listed.
(In reply to Robinson Tryon (qubit) from comment #9)
> Win8 and win10 now appear on the sys req page. I'm not sure about the other
> OSes being considered under the label 'supported', so let me do more
> research there.
Okay, System Requirements page updated to list all OSes for which we provide TDF builds, including a mention of the Android Impress Remote. For other OSes (incl. FreeBSD), I've pointed to information on the TDF wiki.
I think we're all done here, right?
Status -> RESOLVED FIXED