On Wed, 2005-06-22 at 14:14 +0100, PJ Wall wrote:
> Paul Jakma wrote:
>> I agree with this too... and when I made the initial request I was
> firmly under the impression that it would be 100% legal for anyone with
> a legit copy to make SO 5.2 available to me.
>> The reason I specifically need SO 5.2 is that I am in the middle of an
> MBS thesis that is looking at the use of SO in Irish organisations. My
> main research site is still using SO 5.2 on most of its desktops, and
> the problems they are experiencing seem to be specific to SO 5.2. I was
> hoping to install SO 5.2 on my laptop to look more closely at some of
> these "problems" and get screenshots etc.
I recall that StarDivision made original 5.2 free for academic use, and
so it should still be available from old mirror sites. e.g.
Though clearly 5.2 is ancient so anyone using it should really upgrade
to any of the current OpenOffice.org or StarOffice varients.
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