On 06/05/2007 11:08 PM, JD wrote:
> -----Original Message----- From:
> [mailto:ubuntu-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of NoOp
> Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 6:36 PM To:
> ubuntu-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Oo on 7.04
> On 06/05/2007 03:02 PM, Alex Mauer wrote:
>> NoOp wrote:
>>> Recovery.xcu may have gotten corrupted.
>> If this is indeed the case, should this perhaps be filed as a bug
>> against OO.o?
>> -Alex Mauer "hawke"
> Yes. But I think you'll find several like this already filed -
> There are a few also opened over on OOo, but the ones that I could
> find are dated 2004, 2005 & 2006 and marked as fixed or closed.
> Example of the latest 2006 report:
> My guess is that this problem is an older OOo bug that has been fixed
> by OOo and is now raising it's head in the Ubuntu OOo version.
> I removed the file, and still get the same problem. I even created a
> word and excel file in a Win box and sent them via email to my Ubuntu
> box. Got the same results. I also sent those same files to another
> win machine of one of my co-workers. They opened it fine. I had
> them save the file in MS Office under a different file name, and send
> them back. Same problem.
> I looked at the bugs, but haven't seen a workaround. Basically, this
> says that open office is borked until the next release, rendering it
> useless to any Linux users who have to live in a MS world...
Please file a new bug if you don't find one that matches yours. If the
developers think it is the same as another then they will mark it as a
duplicate. But at least it will be on record.
You could try reloading/reinstalling or loading and using the
Openoffice.org version (http://openoffice.org). However you can also try
copying your ~/.openoffice.org2/ directory to someplace safe and then
deleting ~/.openoffice.org2/ and restarting OOo. OOo should then create
a new ~/.openoffice.org2/ with defaults.
Can you please open
in the text editor and post the results here? Note: if it is a huge file
then just look for a section that is similar to the following and post that.
<prop oor:name="Enabled" oor:type="xs:boolean">
<prop oor:name="Crashed" oor:type="xs:boolean">
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