[K12OSN] New to K12Linux, Question
otrcomm at isp-systems.net
Sun May 24 05:13:53 UTC 2009
> as I understand the distribution policy, all software that has
> external copyright holders like
> OpenOffice (Sun), Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash (Adobe) and other
> 'free' software of this kind of copyright are excluded in the
> distribution. Only true 'free' open source software is included.
> You need to download and install this third party software yourself.
> By doing that you agree as individual or organization to the license
> agreements coming with that software individually.
Okay, this makes perfect sense, but it sort of blows my demonstration!
I wanted to use the Live CD to show a local school district how a pxe booted thin client could access the K12Linux environment and
OpenOffice. Is there any way that I could do this with K12Linux installed on a USB stick and OpenOffice installed on the stick?
> On Sun, May 24, 2009 at 10:34 AM, murrah boswell
> <otrcomm at isp-systems.net> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I am new to K12Linux and download the Live CD. I thought OpenOffice was part
>> of the distribution for the Live CD, but all I find is AbiWord. Have I
>> missed something or is OpenOffice part of the full distribution?
>> Murrah Boswell
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