On Thu, 17 Jun 2004 10:27 am, Jorn Argelo wrote:
> >That advice may be OK for some things, but it doesn't make sense
> >to make yourself compile such behemoths as Openoffice and etc
> >unless you are in to pain and suffering for your entertainment.
> >  
> Heh, that's true. Though let's be honest, you have to try everything
> once, don't you think? I  got no problems compiling KDE, but I don't
> really prefer using OOo. I'll use KOffice instead.

May you have much good fortune!  On my experience, you'll need it.
It might depend on the system, but I have found that KWord crashes every 
time you use "Save As" and KSpread won't save AT ALL.

Interestingly, Knoppix - which is a pretty comprehensive stand-alone 
Debian Linux system - ships with Open Office, but without KOffice, even 
though it uses KDE as its GUI.

OO just WORKS without any hassles I know of. 


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