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SubjectRe: Linux support denial in commercial products?
On Mon, 19 Aug 1996, Dominic Binks wrote:

> another DB uneecessarily and that's the status quo. What is more
> likely to put the proverbial cat among the pigeons is a good Office
> suite that is compatible with MS Office and UNIX equivalents,
> multiplatform and requires modest resources on Linux, in comparison to
> Windows systems. If in addition the solution proved to be relatively
> cheap there would be a good argument for putting in our office. We
> use Linux, Solaris, SunOS, Win95 and HP-UX. Currently we use Word 6/7
> for our internal documentation needs and Frame Maker for some external
> apps.

About office package: Take a look at staroffice. It looks very nice. It
is avaiable on sunsite.

Recently I heard something about Applixware but I don't know a source.

Helmut

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