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Re: [K12OSN] StarOffice 6 and mixing "paid for programs" into K12LTSP

My philosophy [in a production environment] is, if it does what you need it
to do--stick with what works (that goes along with "if it ain't broke don't
fix it").  OpenOffice is a very good product.  I'm not sure what the value
added would be in moving to none-OSS StarOffice at this point...

If you aren't using rsync, you are *really* missing out on a rockin' tool.
Here's a nice article that I found interesting on the benefits of that
excellent tool:



----- Original Message -----
From: <aust_txv ACCESS-K12 org>
To: <k12osn redhat com>
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 7:13 AM
Subject: [K12OSN] StarOffice 6 and mixing "paid for programs" into K12LTSP

> Greetings,
> In the technology department I was always a "you get what you pay for"
> Then Linux hit me with Slackware 3.0 a few years ago and that entire mind
> set evporated.  On to the questions;
> Has anyone installed SunStar Office into K12LTSP yet ?  Being a user of
> OpenOffice is it worth the switch ?  I am looking for a little name
> recognition here in my move away from MS.  I have many teachers who love
> "the manual " for a given product...they will even purchase it themselves,
> I am leaning towards  Sun because I imagine Sun and other publishers will
> release texts ?
> Second, ISO's  . I have a two CD set I purchased from Paul.  Worth about a
> $million$ but at $15 quite the deal.  Place the iso's on a linux box,
> them, burn'em ?  That simple to get the new version  of K12LTSP ?
> Thanks, please tear into the above - - - -June 30th is almost here.
> Tom Ventresco
> These are exciting times...
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