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M. Osama Alghwell wrote:
Greetings. I am using Open office since long time and since Libreoffice is
published I moved to Libreoffice, in my own laptop and at my work. I am a
CIO in a company and lately we are about to install zero clients in the
company. Therefore, we need to install the office package in the server to
be shared by all. I have the Microsoft price for the license (up to 500
users, we will start with 200 terminal) but I want your offer (which I
prefer to install and though I will install Linux in the server instead of
Windows which I don't use since 1997).

It was possible to install the original StarOffice so that users could
run it from a server, rather than their own computers, but it's been
years since I've looked at that.  It involved installing a small
interface portion on the users computer.  However, since there are no
licence fees, is it necessary to do that type of install.

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