El vie, 21-03-2008 a las 12:29 +0100, Bjarne Nielsen escribió: > På Thu, 20 Mar 2008 21:15:01 +0100, skrev José L. Redrejo Rodríguez > <email@example.com>: > > > > > El jue, 20-03-2008 a las 18:24 +0000, Paulo Figueira escribió: > >> Hi, > >> I manage a secundary school in Portugal and we use ubuntu distro on 60 > >> computers. I am testing skolelinux so I can authenticate all the users > >> on the main server. Right now I see a drawback: skolelinux ships with > >> openoffice 2.0. We need to install openoffice 2.3 or 2.3.1 on the pcs. > >> I tried a lot of solutions but I allways end with a malfunction > >> system. > >> Can someone help.. > >> Thanks, > >> Paulo F. > > > > > > Don't do that: using oo 2.3 you'll notice a very important regression in > > perfomance using ltsp. Use 2.2 or 2.4rc4. > > > > Regards. > > José L. > > ?? I am using 2.3 from backports on two locations, working fine... Any > more details on this regression? I did not notice it in a standard installation, but on the ltsp clients. Running impress presentations you will notice a huge difference on animations speed and image loads between the clients and the server. That has been fixed on 2.4rc4: http://www.openoffice.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=85321 The weird thing is that using 2.2 the problem does not appears, even if theorically it exists, but I have spent a long time testing this for the last weeks and I can assure you that with 2.2 the speed is the same (or slightly better) than using 2.4, and you don't notice any difference on running the presentation on the ltsp server and the client. With 2.3 there is a huge difference, just follow the same presentation at the same time on the client and the server and you'll see how at the client is really slooooow. This only happens if the video memory of the client is lower than 32 mb and you're not using the vesa driver. With a lot of video memory or using the vesa driver, oo 2.3 works right. Regards. José L.
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