Ram-Z wrote:[ramsi@shada ~]$ ccr artha
0 ccr/artha 1.0.2-1
A free cross-platform English thesaurus based on WordNet
Type numbers to install. Separate each number with a space.
Numbers: The number is in front of the package, in this case: 0If you know the name of the package you can also install it directly with:ccr -S <pkgname>Many Thanks.
It is not getting installed due to various dependencies issues.
Can someone suggest me an AMI from Amazon AWS with this package pre-installed?
Or I will like to know the distro (centos /redhat/ Suse etc) that is best suited for
I have the version of openoffice below but despite ticking the right selections at install and then additionally downloading dictionaries to add as extensions I still get the thesaurus function greyed out after selecting a word.I must be missing something, has anyone any suggestions?OpenOffice.org 3.2.1 OOO320m19 (Build:9505)ooo-build 22.214.171.124, Debian package 1:3.2.1-11+squeeze2
I have Artha Dictioanry installed on my Fedora 16. But to use it, first i have to start it with the GUI so that it appear at the notofication bar, then either pess Ctrl + Alt + W or select it from notification bar to search a word.
I am not that new to Linux, but new to openSUSE (v. 11.2 KDE) and really love it.
What I can't seem to find in the repositories is software for Dictionary Definitions and a Thesaurus - in another distro there is what is called "Online Dictionary" (which includes synonyms) and another distro there is what is called "WordNet";
I want to use clone packets using iptables (-j ROUTE -tee or -j TEE, whichever works) and forward to a different server. This needs xtables-addons to be installed. How to compile this package and install it for CentOS 5.9?