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Sorry for the top-posting, but I wanted to preserve the context for Petr

Petr is the man you want to talk to with this sort of question.  I'm
sure he'll provide more details on this.


On Wed, 2010-10-13 at 17:44 +0200, Carlo Strata wrote:
Hi Everyone,

this is my first TDF post! :-)

I'm an active and long time OpenSuSE and Novell's OOo user and bug 
poster, too!

Now, in my OpenSuSE daily updated 11.2, x86-64, notebook I have 
Novell/OpenSuSE OBS OOo (x86-64) (still with the famous fixed 
but not released pdf bug

Now I want to install both:

- Libò 3.3 >= beta2 and

- OBS (OpenSuSE Build Service, *ubuntu's Launch Pad analog) OOo > and/or becoming 3.3

This because:

- on October the 23th I will participate as OOo/Libò/TDF speaker in 
Padua's (Italy's NE) Linux Day (in the Padua's FSUG kind People group);

- I want to start my soft migration from OOo to... Libò, obviously!!! ;-)

My two questions are:

1. May OOo 3.2.1.x/3.3.x and Libò coexist (in the same operating system 
instance, I mean)? At least in linux? May I go on with just downloaded 
Libò x86-64 beta2?

2. When does Novell/OpenSuSE start to build Libò in his (our!) OBS? I 
mean here:

or here (in a new 
"LibreOffice" directory)

or here, too (in a new 
"LibreOffice" directory)?

To search in the OBS you could go here (The Famous Webpin page)

It's now time for Novell and OpenSuSE whole Community to start giving 
solid/concrete Libò/TDF support signs! :-)

Thank you very much for your great work, ideas and answers! Have a nice 


Kohei Yoshida, LibreOffice hacker, Calc

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