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Choose Bodhi Linux if you are new to linux. If you have some experience with LINUX Then you can install Ubuntu Minimal server installation there with basic X installation you can run GUI also. great news is Ubuntu Minimal installation can be done from 32 MB - 192 MB RAMS also. I am sure , It will satisfy your needs. ...
I use debian whenever possible. If I was in your shoes I would install the bare minimum of packages. Specifically I would not install any packages during install. I would then install aptitude. then I would install ratpoision, LibreOffice Writer, and an X server. I might install some other utilities such as a man page viewer, but I would not install a ...
This question is from ages ago, but I will add this in for reference. Kingsoft Office 2013 This is sort of the Chinese version of Microsoft Office, but with support for English and a few other languages, and has be simply brilliant in the latest versions. It has a nice interface compared to the bog standard libreoffice - and versions later than the 4207 ...
since a while the spell check is a plugin witch you have to install on you own. http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center?getCategories=Dictionary
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