Joined: Sep. 2004
||Posted: June 10 2005,14:11
I did create a user.tar.gz, very much like the one in Robert's openoffice.uci. But I realise now that I might have done it somewhat wrong. I will check it out. I did create a user.tar.gz where I incorporated the .openoffice1.9.82/ folder initially created by the app. I realised know that my changing the name of the program (and thereby also the /opt/openoffice-folder) from openoffice1.9.82 to openoffice2 might cause the hidden folder in /home/dsl to be renamed. So, while my user.tar.gz contained a /home/dsl/.openoffice1.9.82 folder, the app will probably try and create a /home/dsl/.openoffice2 folder? This could be the reason why it takes somewhat more time to boot the first time... I will check this out!
Davide: I do use openoffice.uci on an older laptop, 56MB RAM. It is a Compac Presario 1210 or something like that. It works but it is slow. On my office-computer though, Dell Optiplex 270 with 512 MB RAM, it rocks!!!
I don't know about abiword and gimp ucis. I haven't seen any yet, but I hope there will be made some! The ordinary abiword.dsl and gimp.dsl doesn't work for me on the old laptop (I have a frugal install and the larger dsls eat up too much RAM).
And thanks for the congrats
I am not sure if I am really a fast learner, but I love it that you can learn so many new things while using DSL!!!