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Re: [K12OSN] OpenOffice vs StarOffice

I think Sun will have an issue with including it in a
distro that is freely available to anyone (even if it
is aimed at educational institutions).  Maybe I'm
wrong.  You could try contacting them and asking about
it.  (You should probably get Eric's blessing first,


--- Liam Marshall <lsrpm-1 shaw ca> wrote:
> Seeing as how StarOffice is FREE to educational
> Institutes, and K12LTSP is an educational
> remix/remaster of Redhat/Fedora, would it be
> possible for the next incarnation to have StarOffice
> instead of OpenOffice?
> OpenOffice is not bad, but it loads slower than
> StarOffice, hangs more often, seems to take up more
> resources, and does not have near the features
> Am I way out to lunch here or would such be
> possible?  The reason I ask is that I am planning
> for next year and would like to have staroffice only
> (never figured out how to get rid of OpenOffice) and
> it would be nice if it was automatically configured
> for use by each user the way OpenOffice is now.
> Input?  Comments?
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