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Description of problem:
Please consider upgrading to OOo 1.1. Even though it's a RC, it's 1000x faster
than OOo 1.0.X. The benefits to the RHL project will outwiegh the risks.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install RHL
Actual Results: Many packages are out of data, OOo is one of them.
Expected Results: RHL should be more on the "bleeding edge".
*** Bug 101210 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
There are packages slated to be included with the next release that feature beta
packages, anyhow. OOo 1.1 is definitely better than OOo 1.0.x.
I've seen the the beta-list that Red Hat is working on porting their OOo tweaks
into the 1.1 release. It's just taking some time. Additionally, they have added
this ito the list of things that would make Cambridge "not suck". Hopefully OOo
will make it into the BETA2.
OOo 1.1 final RC is out today.
Definitely this is something I am looking forward to see.
Right now, OOo 1.0.x has a poor performance in many Pentium III I have seen.
Yes, I would like to see OOv1.1 in RHEL 3 and Cambridge as well.
We runs lots of RH desktops in our office and this would be *much* appreciated.
Does OO 1.1.x run faster than 1.0.x? This might help Bug 88268 concerning the
spell check feature using mega swap space.
1.1 will be in next Fedora release.
The next beta, or the next full version?
Fedora Test 3, should be showing up on Rawhide soon.