OpenOffice ARM portBy Chris Williams. Published: 27th Nov 2004, 23:11:53 | Permalink | Printable
Guess who dun itDrobe staffer Peter Naulls has been interviewed by OpenOffice.org - the online front for the popular open source office suite. Peter has recently ported OpenOffice to the ARM platform, specifically Debian ARM Linux.
As Slashdot noted, ARM processors are typically everywhere, so the addition of a recognised productivity package is a welcomed boost.
The ARM port of Openoffice is currently available from the experimental stream of Debian.
Peter Naulls interview with OpenOffice.org
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