Re: No more OOo in UNR 10.04
- From: Scott Hayes <scott.hayes@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 07 Feb 2010 15:32:20 -0500
In the past, the upgrade process upgrades all software that has already
been installed... It will not remove OOo. At least that is the theory.
On Sun, 2010-02-07 at 21:21 +0100, Amedee Van Gasse wrote:
On 07-02-10 15:20, Scott Hayes wrote:
I think that is very important to remember that just because they remove
OOo as the default, you can still install it yourself. You are not being
"forced" to use Google Docs.
I rarely work with the default, I will be installing Gimp, I will be
installing OOo, I will install all the tools that I need.
I actually agree with these modifications, make it for the average
person who either is not strong in Linux or the new Linux user.
I also agree, and Ubuntu makes it *very* easy to install new software.
I'm curious, if you do an in-situ upgrade, not a clean reinstall, will
10.04 keep OpenOffice? I'd prefer that an upgrade keeps Openoffice. Just
a minor detail though.
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