Re: StarOffice 4.0 *.deb
I've installed both 4.0 and 3.1 in hamm using the debian installer with
minimal problems. I had installed 3.1 into bo before the installer
package came along and it was a bit strange to configure, but following
the instructions to the letter helped.
One thing I noticed with the word processor is the the display font makes
it look like spaces between words are sometimes missing, but they look
fine when printed out.
On Fri, 1 May 1998, Stephen Carpenter wrote:
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> Ok ...I installed StarOffice 4.0 a few weeks ago but...
> it didn't work...
> it would install (will hafta try that trick on the install)
> but as soon as I try to do ANYTHING it exist with n error (I think it seg
> did you do this on a bo system?
> I am running hamm (pre-freeze) and had no luck
> tho...there is was a bug between it and xfstt (I dunno what
> the bug was the changelog just mentioned it as a one liner)
> I have the latest version (which shoul dbe available as a
> deb withina coupla weeks when I can finnaly upload packages)
> so...ill try again
> - -Steve
> On Fri, 1 May 1998, Rick Macdonald wrote:
> > Allan W. Bart, Jr. wrote:
> > > could you tell a bit more about what it takes to install star office and how do
> > > you like the package.
> > Really, the installation is simple. Just run it. I changed the
> > installation location from ~/Soffice40 to /usr/local/bin/Soffice40, but
> > other than that it was just click, click, click. I think you need to add
> > it's bin directory to your path.
> > As for the package, it seems to always get good reviews. I haven't
> > actually used it yet. In fact, I've never used any office suite tools,
> > but I wanted something natvie to look at the odd Word doc.
> > --
> > ...RickM...
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