Does Xubuntu Live CD carry openoffice?
maxamillion at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 09:14:44 UTC 2006
Well if that would be the case on the speed issue of the OO.org java options
configuration, would there be any way to make a configuration script that
upon the installation of OO.org you can chose to use or not use the java
support? I do also agree that it is essential as an Office Suite and think
it would be nice to offer an option to those working on older machines to be
able to use its vast feature set without so much of the lag. Just a thought.
On 10/16/06, panshizhu at routon.com <panshizhu at routon.com> wrote:
> xubuntu-devel-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com 写于 2006-10-16 13:07:10:
> > >
> > > The answer is: Yes, Xubuntu DOES come with OpenOffice.
> > Right, as you say it is on the alternate CD but not installed. OO
> > Writer was on the LiveCD as
> > well for some time pulled in by mistake by the language support
> > packages via the help files
> > Now instead of the language support packages I am going to put
> > ffox/tbird locales only on the CD so the large OO help files are not
> > there and pull OOo in.
> While you think its a "bug" to include OO in Xubuntu, I appreciate this
> "feature", And I do think the developers of the Xubuntu are so kind to
> provide the OO on the CD.
> I have a faily old computer, but I feel OO suite isn't much slower than
> alternatives if you turn off the Java support. I for one think it is
> indispensable if you really need a word processor at all.
> It would be painful to install any version of Ubuntu, since none of the
> Ubuntu distribution contains something fundamental such as the
> language-support. Note that download the ISO image is very fast, I can use
> multithreaded download and the peer-to-peer download. However, download
> things within apt-get is unacceptably slow. It takes only 2 hours to
> download the cd ISO image (sometimes half an hour would be enough), but it
> takes 6 to 8 hours for me to download the language-support! (you know the
> language support is no more than 1/10 of the cd ISO)
> If the alternative install CD contains less packages, users will have to
> download more packages with apt-get (which is much much slower for me).
> So, I'd like the alternative install CD has as much packages as possible,
> if people do not want all of them, just do not install them by default. As
> I can install them if I need them.
> Sincerely, Pan, Shi Zhu. ext: 2606
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