No probs. Best thing to do though, unless you have a specific question, is
that I follow my plan of getting the full SO6 and write down what I do at
each step. I will post it all later.
I vaguely remember having to delete some of the files on the client build. I
also built it as a local package so that I could do the deletion and make it
work as I wanted. We run fat-clients but if the overheads are not to weighty
we will build as thin, as replication is a lot quicker, if that makes sense.
From: Dave Williams [mailto:David@williams333.freeserve.co.uk]
Sent: 12 November 2002 23:06
To: Bruce Miller
Cc: suse-linux-uk-schools(a)suse.com; ptaylor(a)uklinux.net
Subject: Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] OpenOffice.org
On 12 Nov, Bruce Miller <mail(a)brucemiller.co.uk> wrote:
David, I have an almost glitch-free install put
together for OO.o to run
over NT/win98, as part of my phased replacement programme. Don't know
what OS you are using but if I can give any pointers from what I can
remember of my July installation, let me know.
We are using a mix of 95/98. Any advice for a school installation would be
much appreciated. In particular ensuring that configuration settings are
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