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Re: Linux-based editor for PowerPoint presentations?



on Sun, Jul 07, 2002, Andrew Biggadike (abiggadike@triad.rr.com) wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-07-07 at 10:40, Rene Engelhard wrote:
> > OpenOffice.org ??
> > 
> > sid users can get it with the follwing sources.list-entries
> > 
> > deb ftp://ftp.vpn-junkies.de/openoffice unstable main contrib
> > deb-src ftp://ftp.vpn-junkies.de/openoffice unstable main contrib
> > 
> > woody users can too, they need the actual libgcc1 from sid in
> > addition.
> 
> Just curious: what happens if you've already installed OpenOffice.org
> 1.0 (to /usr/local using their installer) and you install these
> packages?

You'll get two copies of OpenOffice.org.  Debian Policy says you own
/usr/local, so that won't be touched.

Which version you run depends on your path and/or symlinks.

Peace.

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