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Is there a free decent word processor for Linux? Where is it?

Posted on 1998-09-03
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I would like to fond a decent word processor for my linux workstation.  I thought I had Word Perfect, but the license for it was for two weeks. I'm currently trying to delete it with no luck.  So what is the best freeware for Linux, and where is it being stored?
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http://www.stardivision.com/

It is free for non commercial use!
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I took a look at this, but how do I get a copy of it?  I didn't see any way to ftp it, or order it.
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