Pdf Viewer and Spread Sheet for FSO Milestone 2

Christopher Allan Webber cwebber at dustycloud.org
Tue Sep 2 20:47:18 CEST 2008

If you install Debian, it comes with FSO (and pretty much looks the same
out of the box), but you have access to all of debian's packages.  From
there you could install either xpdf of evince

sudo apt-get install evince
sudo apt-get install xpdf

I'm not sure how well openoffice, that beast, would be able to run on
the openmoko.  Gnumeric is a bit more lightweight than open office,
iirc.  You could try that.

Hope that helps!
 - Chris

Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <offray.luna at javeriana.edu.co> writes:

> Hi all,
> I'm using FSO Milestone 2 and is the most beautiful and quick image of 
> the three (ASU/Gtk/FSO) I have probed. The dialer is the only 
> application with problems in responsiveness (almost 5 seconds to launch 
> compared to the almost instantaneous of the other ones) and the first 
> digit of the phone number only is seen when you type the second one, but 
> I think that this will be corrected in another milestone. So, keep the 
> good work :-)
> I want to use my Freerunner for my classes and for that I need, for the 
> moment, a pdf reader and an spread sheet. Do you have any advice or 
> suggestion of something already packaged? I have being thinking in SIAG 
> (Scheme In A Grid) for the spread sheet and now I'm trying to get it 
> working on my desktop to see if makes sense to put it also in FR.
> Cheers,
> Offray
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