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Re: koffice -- how-to?

On Tue, Apr 10, 2001 at 08:47:36PM +0100, Chris Howells wrote:
> From: will trillich <will@serensoft.com>
> > there seems to be a bunch of nouns missing there. how do i figure
> > out (where be the fligging manual) what command to issue to get
> > into spreadsheet (kspread) or wordprocessing (kword)?
> I'm not familiar with the apt-get method of install KDE (since I just
> download the tar.gzs and compile them), but you should be able to run the
> applications by just typing 'kspread', 'kword', or 'koshell' for the KOffice
> shell.

i'm looking to play nice with the debian package-management
system so my upgrades won't clobber anything i've installed on
purpose, and so i can keep up with the latest when it gets
refreshed with a new version.

where i got stuck was after

	apt-get install koffice-libs

and what i was looking for -- SOLVED -- was

	apt-get install kword kspread krayon kpresenter killustrator kchart

so apparently you must install each component (application?)

seems to me like

	apt-get install koffice

could do a dependency-include kind of thing to install all the
software. no?


but getting back to the html documentation for koffice ... is
there a non-screwy version that includes all the pertinent nouns,

americans should never read anything so subversive as what's at

http://sourceforge.net/projects/newbiedoc -- we need your brain!
http://www.dontUthink.com/ -- your brain needs us!

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