nfs locking (was: Re: OOO 2.0 compiles but doesn't work
doconnor at gsoft.com.au
Fri Dec 2 00:32:01 GMT 2005
On Fri, 2 Dec 2005 02:19, Gerrit Kühn wrote:
> Yes, I see... the problem seems so be that you have to run lockd and statd
> to get ooo running on nfs. The machine where everything's working fine is
> running 5.4 with statd and lockd. The machine with the problems is running
> 6.0 and didn't have statd and lockd activated.
> However, activating them (and rebooting) didn't solve the problem here.
> That's why I'm taking this over to -stable mailing list:
You can get OOo to not do locking.
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