olivares14031 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 8 00:29:10 UTC 2010
Just an FYI here folks.
If one has gmail, we can Preview these Documents via the web browsers :)
But I believe that we are ok with the office apps that we have :)
koffice(kword,kspread, kpresenter, ...)
goffice(abiword, gnumeric, ..., )
There is GO OO which is a smaller version of OpenOffice, don't know if
it is in the ports or not?
Several persons have named TeX/LaTeX , but I *wonder* when TeXLive
will replace TeTEX on FreeBSD? NetBSD/OpenBSD already have it, what
is taking them too long to include them officially?
I know about the builds, and google-code, but it is still not the same
:(, like you would get from other systems .
On 6/8/10, Chad Perrin <perrin at apotheon.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 07, 2010 at 11:49:37AM +0200, Eduardo wrote:
>> You can use Softmaker products. They are not free but are MS-OO
>> compatible, fast and linux version works fine under FreeBSD. Demo
>> version works for a month.
> Interesting. It looks like SoftMaker Office is in the ports tree, at:
> I'll have to consider whether it's worth investigating as an alternative
> to OO.o for my own purposes. I'd rather not spend money on something
> that I never use except when someone else "forces" me to do so, against
> my better judgment and preferences, but it might be worth a few dollars
> to avoid the annoyance of dealing with OO.o on the rare occasion that I
> do need something MS Office compatible.
> Chad Perrin [ original content licensed OWL: http://owl.apotheon.org ]
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