Mandag 12. mars 2012 22:55:24 skrev Steven Chamberlain : > Hi, > > I would imagine it is fairly straightforward to upgrade to > LibreOffice after installing Debian Edu Squeeze, by using the > packages from backports.debian.org. This is what I have done on my > own Debian (non-Edu) Squeeze desktop, and it is more or less a > drop-in replacement. I seem to think it loads faster and runs a > little smoother. I would at the moment advice against installing libreoffice in any environment where you have printers with more than one paper tray, typically in schools, since libreoffice does not let you choose from which paper tray to print. A lot of schools typically have the schools/municipalitys official letterhead in one tray, and normal blank sheets of paper in another tray, from libreoffice you can't choose which to use. This is the bugreport: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=43932 One could get around this my installing the printer several times under different names and setting different papertrays as default, like "printer_tray1" and "printer_tray2", if you realy want to hurt yourself ... Other than that, libreoffice from squeeze-backports is very nice. -- Klaus Ade 67E61D18B2C44F8A3DA35C6D849F9F5F 26FA477D
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