From: Alan Horkan (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 25 2002 - 20:53:39 GMT
All good linux distributions include a version of Abiword, if it is
reasonably up to date you wont need to install a new version unless you
are really enthusiastic.
Connectiva uses RPMs, so you will want the Linux RPMs
Try the Gnome version first, and if you have any problems use the GTK
version instead. (RPM = RedHat Package Management)
Also learn about 'apt-get', it makes downloading updating software easier.
Connectiva were the first people to use apt-get with RPMs (usually apt-get
is used with Debain packages)
On Mon, 25 Feb 2002, Francisco [iso-8859-1] Bornéo wrote:
> next month, finally, I will install Conectiva 7.0, a brazilian Linux, well,
> a friend will do this for me. :-)
> Of course I want AbiWord running on it. But, which file I have to download?
> There are four!!
> I know nothing about Linux. Somebody can help me???
> Francisco Bornéo
> O velho Leon Tolstoi fugiu de casa aos oitenta anos
> E foi morrer na gare de Astapovo!
> Ele fugiu de casa aos oitenta anos de idade...
> Não são todos que realizam os velhos sonhos da infância!
> --- Mario Quintana
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