Description of problem:
The F14 LiveCD does not include an office suite. The bug persists even if you install from the live media.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 14
How reproducible: every time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Insert CD into disk
2. Boot into Fedora live environment
3. Drop down the F infinity symbol
4. Recongize the lack of software in the Office category. OO.org Write, AbiWord, or any other free software word processor is missing. A spreadsheet and presentation viewing software are also absent.
5. Install Fedora from the Live media, hoping for an office suite to appear post install.
6. Boot installed Fedora... still no office suite
7. No documentation on how to yum oo.org or libreoffice
No office suite in the CD live environment. User tries another distribution or uses a non-free cloud alternative like google apps.
If you can't include a full office suite, then at least install the basics... or suggest the DVD version for desktop use.
that's all I needed to say
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