I saw Corel Office running on a Linux box on the Corel stand. The Corel
person didn't do too much with it, but I checked with "free" how much
RAM was in the machine and was impressed, 128MB RAM which is becoming
the standard on mid-high end desktops.
In other words, I'd buy it.. if I had any use for it.. :)
Cormac McClean wrote:
>> PC Answers reports in their euphemistically titled "Linux Extra"
> section that Word Perfect Office has been (beta?) released for Linux.
> Apparently it runs very poorly, e.g. the presentation application
> runs so slowly it is worthless, tested on an intel PIII 128MB RAM.
> (Then again, this is from the magazine that rates Linux Mandrake
> as _the_ Linux distro, fanar,fanar).
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