[K12OSN] OOserver?

Jim Hays haysja at sages.us
Fri Apr 16 03:00:30 UTC 2004

If you're talking about K12LTSP, there isn't anything to do.  It is 
already there.  Connect, login, and run Open Office from the menus.

Andrew Fournier wrote:

>This may seem kind of obvious, but how does one go about setting up
>servers to serve out specific applications- like openoffice?
>Is it simply a matter of linking to the executable via an nfs share? I
>have been looking through the list, and googled it ,but all the
>discussion of the matter seems to assume that we all already know how to
>do this.
>Andrew Fournier
>Palmer High school Palmer ak
>16 clients on a dual p3 700
>786 megs o ram 2 18g + 1 4g scsi2
>10baset switch
>k12ltsp v. 3.1 (4.0 had some serious issues on this box)
>-plans to expand :)
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