It's pretty complicated and sometimes the system freezes when I try to download and install wps office. I think it is much more convenient to use the terminal. But I never used installed WPS Office from the command line. That would be great if I could update it using software manager or terminal. Third party deb files are from separate locations. I specifically want to know about WPS
32-bit (depending on your hardware - check by uname -a):
cd && wget -O wps-office.deb http://kdl.cc.ksosoft.com/wps-community/download/a21/wps-office_10.1.0.5672~a21_i386.deb sudo dpkg -i wps-office.deb sudo apt-get -f install && rm wps-office.deb wget -O web-office-fonts.deb http://kdl.cc.ksosoft.com/wps-community/download/a15/wps-office-fonts_1.0_all.deb sudo dpkg -i web-office-fonts.deb
cd && wget -O wps-office.deb http://kdl1.cache.wps.com/ksodl/download/linux/a21//wps-office_10.1.0.5707~a21_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i wps-office.deb sudo apt-get -f install && rm wps-office.deb wget -O web-office-fonts.deb http://kdl.cc.ksosoft.com/wps-community/download/fonts/wps-office-fonts_1.0_all.deb sudo dpkg -i web-office-fonts.deb
And that's it.
WPS Office is an office productivity suite, including Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheets. WPS Office is a native snap package in Ubuntu. To install it in all currently supported versions of Ubuntu open the terminal and type:
sudo snap install wps-office
In order to install WPS Office Suite with support for many languages type:
sudo snap install wps-office-multilang
To list the supported languages of wps-office-multilang run
snap info wps-office-multilang.
The wps-office snap packages will be updated automatically when updates are available.