trainor at uic.edu
Tue Nov 26 11:52:20 CST 2002
Forget about StarOffice 5.something.
Go for StarOffice 6.0 -- it's sweet.
It's has a better "Excel" than Excel!
Good luck with your morphing!!!
When in total doubt, and without thinking about things, I like to do:
find / -mtime -1 -print
too see what files have changed in the last day. Sometimes
there is some crud somewhere, or the list will jog your memory,
or something. It's also good if you're dead tired and can't think
rationally anymore... In the worst case, it can make you feel good
that something works, at least. Sounds like you're really getting
Gregory W. Eckrich wrote:
>I am attempting to move entirely to LINUX. Given my skills this is a
>challenge! Installed StarOffice 5.something. Seems like a useful package
>if I can acquire a WordPerfect filter for it. However, I have four PC's. A
>dual boot Gateway celeron 400 and three COMPAQ deskpro's 200's. All are
>runningn RH7.2. One of the COMPAQ's serves as a domain name server--this
>was accomplished about a month ago. Prior to that time Netscape 4.78 (stock
>install), on the Gateway machine, did work. Two days ago I setup the
>COMPAQ's as NFS servers, the Gateway as an NFS client. Yesterday I
>attempted to connect to the internet via netscape to no avail.
>Netscape says that it cannot find the mail server--my ISP. Netscape
>suggests using the SOCKS protocol. Never had to do that before.
>KPPP internet dialer has a switch for diabling DNS servers while connecting
>to the net. This made no apparent difference.
>Where should I be looking for clues? Looked in the /var/log directory and
>found nothing useful.
>Linux Users Of Northern Illinois - Technical Discussion
>luni at luni.org
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