Word Perfect in Linux?
klewellen at shellworld.net
Fri Mar 28 03:26:17 UTC 2014
I have sitting in my office, a new in package copy of wordperfect for
I got it here, hoping that I could use it on my still basically
unuseable Linux box.
I have never checked it very carefully. Let me dig it out this weekend
though and confirm exactly what it is. I suspect given the source was ac
computer company that the package may be an entire suit, but do not hold me
to that line of thought.
On Thu, 27 Mar 2014, Karl Wilbur wrote:
> Data from Wikipedia:
> Detailed WordPerfect 8 installation instructions for Linux:
> These threads have some data about why it might not be feasible:
> LibreOffice as a GUI word processor
> Nano, Vim, Emacs for CLI-based systems
> I like Sublime Text 2 for code editing. Previously used both GEdit and
> Komodo with great success.
> Karl Wilbur
> karl at karlwilbur.net
> On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 9:50 PM, Hart Larry <chime at hubert-humphrey.com>wrote:
>> Well, in considering other editors which deal with more sets of
>> charactors, I look back in my DOS days to WP6.0. I had heard there was a
>> wp8 in Linux, but I cannot find it? Some1 in our LUG was going to get me a
>> copy, but somehow it didn't happen.
>> So far among editors I am familliar with, I am most comfortable in Nano,
>> but it won't handle replacing items which say "null"
>> Thanks so much in advance for suggestions of finding a WP in Linux, or
>> another editor which is simple, not like vim, vi, or emacs. Come to think
>> of it, could I run WP6 in dosemu?
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