On Fri, Nov 19, 1999 at 10:25:09AM -0000, Jakma, Paul mentioned:
> > What I'd find much more interesting is how to install it
> > transparently
> > on a heterogenous network. It's so huge, there must be tons of
> > architecture-independent, shareable files.
> you can. At home i have i have /usr/local/Office51 which must be about 100MB
> or so. And then each user has their own Office51/ in their homedir which is
> 2.5MB after initial install.
Er, hetrogenous = Linux, Solaris, NT machines, all using staroffice,
without requiring three installations on the server. So, you could have one
dir with the arch-independant files, and other dirs with NT binaries,
linux binaries, Solaris binaries etc. Saving a lot of space. I don't think
it can be done though...
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