On Thu, 2012-02-23 at 12:58 -0500, James Knott wrote:
Steven Shelton wrote:
Just saw this headline:
"The Document Foundation announces LibreOffice for Windows from SUSE is
now available in Intel AppUp(SM) Center"
Forgive my ignorance, but I'm curious now . . . what is "Windows from SUSE"?
openSUSE is a Linux distro that includes LibreOffice. I guess they've
just created a Windows version of it. I see there's a 64 bit version
available through them. IIRC, the regular LO site is 32 bits only.
I believe that is a case of the site, rightfully, stating which MS
Windows versions the application will run on. The 32bit version of
LibreOffice does and always has run on the 64bit OS.
I do not believe that a native 64bit LibreOffice is being offered, yet.
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