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Hi Ian

Le 2011-05-14 18:14, Ian Lynch a écrit :

Totally agree with this. OOo had some severe problems in the early days
simply because it was not easy to install across hundreds of machines on a
network. All schools tend to be organised on networks so installations will
be hundreds of a machines at a time which is good and a real incentive to
make it easy to maintain. Not sure of the situation now. Could it be

I am on the dev list and I don't think that any devs have shown interest in this. Plus the fact that there are few devs who would have access to a network. We need to provided committed devs to network labs to test fully test out network installations and updates.

I have 4 linux boxes and 2 windows boxes at home. I may turn my house into a server-run house this summer and test out network installation.



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