Installing OpenOffice 3 in *buntu

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

How to edit your software sources and install OpenOffice 3 in Ubuntu or Kubuntu.


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Video or article, the main

Gustav's picture

Video or article, the main thing is that he at least bothered to put the information out there which is more then some people do.

thanks! =)

Anonymous's picture

Thank you for this information. =)

What's the deeper meaning of

Anonymous's picture

What's the deeper meaning of hiding all the URLs one has to enter in a silly video? Am I supposed to pause the video and quickly jot them down? A proper article with the relevant links would be a lot more useful.

The big reason

Shawn Powers's picture

The big reason is that these videos are redistributed all over the Internet. I try to embed all the relevant info into the video itself so if a person doesn't watch it here they can still follow the directions.

I realize it's a pain, but there really is a method to my madness.


Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

Good. Now it would be even

Anonymous's picture

Good. Now it would be even better if you'd offer the visitors of your site a benefit and provide a transcript or at least a list of the URLs mentioned in the video.

RE: The Big Reason

Anonymous's picture

I would also appreciate a written article. The videos are blocked at work.

So... I should install

Anonymous's picture

So... I should install non-free flash just to view this video to get the URLs to manually enter elsewhere. A mighty fine idea, my friend.


eyerouge's picture

Fraking christ, how hard can it be to get the info elsewhere instead of posting spam in here? I.e. >> would give you the info you want. It took 3 sec to look it up, and I think he got the message the first spanking around.

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