comp.os.linux.advocacy to propose the following:
>> On Sun, 01 Sep 2002 01:36:42 GMT, Arne Bj?rn Henriksen
>>>What is happening?
>>>I'm installing OpenOffice 1.0 according to installation instructions,
>>>and installation performs normal. But,... Where is Office?
>>>It's nowhere on my desktop or menus.
>> That's called the "Linux Stealth Installation"
>> It's really a joke.
>> The program is installed but it's your task, should you accept it, to
>> figure out where the hell it is and you get extra points for figuring
>> what command actually starts the damm thing.
>> Another reason why Linux is NOT ready for the general public.
>> Too many compilers and not enough common sense.
>> That's Linux.
> Then go spend the $400+ dollars on Office XP then* head. I happen
> to look at setting up your own icons as a nice feature. Also don't you
> trolls read the installation instructions or look to see where your
> application is being installed when you install something? Shit the
> installation could tell you its going to format your HD and you would
> just click Next Next Next Next.
someone did over in alt.os.xindows-xp and then complained about it wiping
out his XP install and how he couldn't get to his :C drive anymore...
what he claimed to have installed was RedHat and it looks like he just
accepted the default install options and let it re-partition his whole
drive exclusively for Linux...
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