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Old 09-25-2004
Office Apps for OpenBSD???

Im wondering what type of office applications are in OpenBSD 3.5?

Like for example OpenOffice, Adobe, and things like that.
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Old 09-26-2004
yes. apps like that are available. go to freshmeat.net
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Old 09-28-2004
Re: Office Apps for OpenBSD???

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Originally posted by wardialer
Im wondering what type of office applications are in OpenBSD 3.5?

Like for example OpenOffice, Adobe, and things like that.
Do some googling and learn about the ports tree for OpenBSD. You will find Office apps like OpenOffice and the KDE office suite that can be installed via the ports tree.
 

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