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On 2013-10-12 1:44 PM, 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).

So, do you offer such product that can be installed in a server and shared
by such number of users? and if yes, will you send me your offer?

Thank you very much for your attention and looking forward to hearing from

If you are going to do this on a Windows Server, unlike for Microsoft Office, there is ZERO cost for this (Libreoffice is free, after all), other than the Microsoft Licenses...

If you want to do this on a Linux server with Libreoffice, then the only cost will be the cost to get it set up and configured... but there would be no licensing or other software costs.

It sounds like what you are interested in is a LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) server... for more info

There are a number of linux distributions that have LTSP as an option...

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