GNU-Darwin Office-1.1

Posted 7 Mar 2005 at 16:29 UTC by proclus Share This

Announcing a great new office suite for PowerPC computers! Based on the popular package set from Yves de Champlain, this disc includes current versions of many excellent free software titles, such as OpenOffice, Firefox, GNUstep, GNOME, AbiWord, Gimp, and Dillo.

This is a great way for Mac OS X users to get started with GNU-Darwin software, but the source code is also included so that you can study it as deeply as you wish. GNU-Darwin distributes free sofware only, so that you can share this disc with your friends as much as you want, and be sure to share the source code too. If you haven't tried GNU-Darwin yet, then this is a good way to get started. Check it out!

Dillo, eh?, posted 22 Mar 2005 at 15:13 UTC by chalst » (Master)

Well, well. Sort of obscure, rather niche (browesers that don't handle cookies or SSL aren't general purpose...), but useful. I'm pleased to see it make this selection.

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