Caldera, Inc. supported the Linux-port of StarOffice 3.1 with approximately 800,000 DM in order to offer the product with their forthcoming OpenLinux distribution in 1997. Other differences are that StarOffice only helps 12 languages, compared to over one hundred ten for OpenOffice.org. There are also variations in the documentation, training and help choices, and some minor differences in the look and icons between Oracle Open Office and OpenOffice.org. , as it was supposedly cheaper than forty two,000 licenses of Microsoft Office.
Supported platforms included Windows 98, Linux i386, Solaris eight Sparc/x86. OpenOffice.org version additionally supports generic Linux with Glibc 2.2.zero, Mac OS X 10.2 for PowerPC with X11 in OOO 1.1.2. Supported platforms included Windows 95, Linux i386, Solaris Sparc/x86. OpenOffice.org version also supported Windows ME/2000 for Asian/CJK variations, generic Linux 2.2.13 with glibc2 2.1.three, Solaris 7 SPARC .
The free OpenOffice.org 3.0, with the same performance as StarOffice 9, … Read More