I use Slackware 13.37 ...I have a doubt wrt to installing "Q" files . I have cloned a repo from git ..Yesterday I tried to install Libre office using sbopkg..
I'm not really sure what you mean here. If you mean you have cloned a Sbo (SlackBuild) repository this is different from a queue file. If, however, you mean one of the collections of queue files such as Mauro Giachero's creation
then you don't need this for LibreOffice - it has no build queue dependencies so a queue file is pointless. The usual way would simply be to set up sbopkg to point to the repository of the version of Slackware you are running (13.37) then simply select the libreoffice slackbuild in sbopkg and build then install it. None of this needs queue files or local repositories.
As it is Sbopkg uses a single location for stored queues which defaults to /var/lib/sbopkg/queues/ but may be changed in /etc/sbopkg/sbopkg.conf by setting QUEUEDIR or more simply by setting the environment variable QUEUEDIR to something different before running sbopkg. To do this just run sbopkg as root like this:
This should run sbopkg with the new queue file location. Again , queue files are only really relevant when you have builds which require dependencies - LibreOffice does not. I cannot see the point of having more than one set of stored queue files but maybe I'm just missing this.