On 12/12/2012 09:57 AM, Joel Madero wrote:
On 12/12/2012 06:49 AM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
When I used Windows years ago I used to ninite quite frequently, it's
just a small installer that then pulls the individual installers and
then goes through them automatically, pretty functional.
I got an e-zine this morning about a package that is downloads,
installs, and updates, a list of packages for you.
I fount LibreOffice 3.6.4 listed.
This statement is what worries me though:
"No Clicking Next, Next, Next
Ninite fully automates installers offscreen."
See what you think.
What I do not like it the statements that makes me feel that I have no
control of how the packages are installed. I always do a custom install
of packages to make sure I only install things I want. For LO, I make
sure I install only the languages and dictionaries I want. There are
some packages that has a "default" of adding toolbars and other things
to other packages, like browsers, that are not acceptable to my point of
I never heard of this "Ninite" so I did not know about how much "trust"
I would give it.
Also, does Windows LO still need a JRE installed BEFORE it gets
installed? Use to be yes. If such a "auto install" system tries to
install LO with no JRE installed first, then problems. . . .
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