Re: Wordperfect Suite 8 for Linux
I have the free download wordperfect 8. I unwrapped the tarball into
/usr/local/wp8 or something like that, and made a simlink to the
ultimate executable. It's been a long time . . .
I remember I had to install a few libraries... xpm4.7, xpm4g, and one
more I believe. At www.corel.com they used to have a big linux session
with a mailing list. I poked around in the mailing list archives to
find this out.
Someone said to create this little script to launch it and it worked:
Hope that helps.
On Thu, Aug 09, 2001 at 07:19:34PM -0500, Marvin Stodolsky wrote:
> THere is a Debian program called alien, under which
> $ alien -r SomePackage.deb
> will be converted to a SomePackage.rpm
> You could query the Debian list
> debian_user <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> for someone who lives close to you and could do the conversion.
> The Wordperfect.deb would have to be copied from the CD to the host
> harddrive. Probably about 500 MB of space is needed for the process.
> You would still have to solve the problem of getting the
> WordPerfect.rpm back to your System for installation.
> From: Nathan <email@example.com>
> Subject: Wordperfect Suite 8 for Linux
> I am running Mandrake 8 on my main computer, and am quite pleased with
> it. I have always worked with Wordperfect in the past and have been very
> satisfied. I do not have Wordperfect installed on this. I purchased
> Corel's Linux Delux Edition, quite a while ago. This installs with
> Wordperfect 8 as part of the set up. What I am wondering is if there is
> some way that I can install it on Mandrake 8 from the Corel CDs, or if
> there is some other way. Thank you for any help that you can give me.
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