With working on the old P-III system, I decided to make a simple
stripped down CD distribution/install disc for LibreOffice. It is not
browser based like the original NA-DVD, but these old CD only systems
would be quicker to not to use a web browser to deal with the install files.
This way, those who do not have a DVD drive and do not have broadband
access, will be able to install LibreOffice.
I have included 3.3.x and 3.4.x Windows installs, the JRE, the
documentation folder, and some basic dictionaries.
I added a PDF printout of the LO web site Windows installation info and
a Read-Me-First document that tell the person to install the JRE first
[since you get an install error freezing the install till JRE is
Right now it is 697 MB. K3B states that I have 5.5MB free space on a
CD, so the CD is as full as it gets.
I could have more space if I choose either 3.3.x or 3.4.x versions, but
I wanted the users to have that option.
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