lumiwa at gmail.com
Sun Feb 6 14:28:41 UTC 2011
On Sunday February 6 2011 08:11:35 Baptiste Daroussin wrote:
> 2011/2/6 ajtiM <lumiwa at gmail.com>:
> > On Saturday February 5 2011 16:29:40 ajtiM wrote:
> >> I am so sorry:
> >> my system is FreeBSD 8.1, KDE 4.5
> >> and I built LibreOffice with KDE.
> >> On Saturday February 5 2011 16:25:15 you wrote:
> >> > Hi!
> >> >
> >> > After update LibreOffice from 3.3.0 to 3.3.0_1 is the total disaster.
> >> > Before updtae I didn't have any problem with Writer and Impress for
> >> > opening files which were made with MS Word and PowerPoint but after
> >> > update it doesn't open and programs crashed.
> > I deinstall LibreOffice and installed again and I don't have a problem
> > with Writer anymore but problem with Impress is here still. As I red
> > before it was a bug but I didn't find if exist still.
> > Thanks.
> > Mitja
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> The upgrade from 3.3.0 to 3.3.0_1 is only plist change, no changes in
> libreoffice itself, so if it worked with 3.3.0 it should work with
But it didn't but now after deinstall and installed again it works except
Impress cxrashes all the time if I open pps whic was made on MS PowerPoint but
it was not a problem before on OpenOffice.
The other problem is to if I have for example a document file attache on may
email client which is KMail and I try to open it, nothing happened. I need to
save this file first and than open.
Also if I try tu run Writer (for example) from konsole (I have KDE 4.5) I got:
> libreoffice -writer %U
javaPathHelper: not found
I18N: Operating system doesn't support locale "en_US"
KSharedDataCache::Private::mapSharedMemory: Failed to establish shared memory
mapping, will fallback to private memory -- memory usage will increase
And I Igot a message:
/usr/home/Auser/%U does not exist
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