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Unleash the Kraken of productivity with LibreOffice, the open-source office suite that's so feature-packed, it makes OpenOffice.org look like it's still in kindergarten. With a user interface cleaner than your new sneakers and tools so rich they could retire to the Bahamas, your creative genius is about to go supernova. Zip over to http://yourhost:3000/ or secure your seatbelt with https://yourhost:3001/ for a high-octane, lossless image experience that'll make your web browser weep tears of joy at high framerates. And because it's the Swiss Army knife of office suites, supporting multiple architectures, you can fire it up on virtually any platform. Ideal for the office suite samurais who slice through daily tasks with the precision of a sushi chef!



  • Powerful Office Suite
  • LibreOffice is a free and powerful office suite, a successor to OpenOffice.org. It offers a clean interface and feature-rich tools that help you unleash your creativity and enhance your productivity.
  • Multi-Platform Awareness
  • The app utilizes the docker manifest for multi-platform awareness. This means that pulling the LibreOffice image should retrieve the correct image for your architecture, ensuring optimal compatibility and performance.
  • Accessible Anywhere
  • The application can be accessed at your host, making it easy to work from anywhere. This flexibility allows you to stay productive no matter where you are.


  • Customizable Environment Variables
  • LibreOffice offers a range of environment variables that you can customize to suit your needs. These include the internal port the container listens on, HTTP Basic auth username and password, the home directory for the file manager, and more.
  • Optional Run Configurations
  • The app provides optional run configurations, including the ability to start a Docker in Docker setup inside the container, mount a GPU into the container for GPU accelerated applications, and deliver a true lossless image at a high framerate to your web browser.
  • User / Group Identifiers
  • When using volumes, you can specify the user PUID and group PGID to avoid permissions issues between the host OS and the container. This ensures that any volume directories on the host are owned by the same user you specify.