On Wed, 12 Jun 2002 11:45:37 +0100
"Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)" <breatpro at exchange.ie.ml.com> spouted:
> It is in some areas ... worksheets can easily be over 64k rows for some
> types of work, but in the most part, OO.org's 32k limit should easily
> suffice ...
>> Last time I looked gnumeric also had a 64k row issue, and a document on
>http://sc.openoffice.org/row-limit.html seems to suggest that the problem in
> OO isn't insurmountable !
>> Either way ... I'm open to all suggestions ... just got a basic RH install
> on 255 MB ... now to get apt on there and see what it thinks I need for
> Evolution ... or would RedCarpet be an easier approach ?
>For one machine, you're probably better just using the ximian installer? or is that
red carpet now.
at a later date you can look into rolling it out properly.
though, it seems to me that you've been given crap hardware to demo on, and
it sounds very like a "Oh look, I knew linux wouldn't do it, let's just stick
with Windows" type of proposition.
ML don't have any spare machines of a PII-400 spec? Bolsh was saying his
machine took of the order of minutes to load OpenOffice IIRC, and his
was around that spec.
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