Where can i find staroffice or any other kind office program for unix or linux?

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Old 02-20-2002
Where can i find staroffice or any other kind office program for unix or linux?

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Old 02-20-2002
You can download Star Office from here.

You didn't seem to try to hard with your search; try typing www.staroffice.com if you lose the above link.
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Old 02-20-2002
Bug Thank you, Cameron

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Old 02-20-2002
Houcous, did you installed Linux from the CD ( retail buy) ? If yes you buy from outside, there should be 2 CD's one is the main installation of the OS cd and another is the Packages cd. All sorts of Packages in it. Check out staroffice in it. I can able to find staroffice in the cd(RH Linux 7.2).
Give a try..
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Old 02-20-2002
I ordered a copy of RH7.2 from Website. Actually I haven't recieved the CD yet, but i have been noticed that will be six cds. I thought i only can get staroffice in Redhat 7.2 professional but not in Redhat 7.2, right?

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