I find that using the quick starter part of OOo mad for difficulty with the
Update Manager with updating OOo from their repository. So I never
used it. So I decided that it was not something I was going to activate
If it caused trouble updating some of the item that came from the
repository, including some of the extensions in the repository, then
it was not something that should be kept active.
I find that LibreOffice starts up very quickly and takes only a few
seconds from the time I click on the icon to the time I can use it.
So is it a real advantage of having the quick starter option active
over some of the issues I have seen with Ubuntu. I do remember
needing to deactivate it when I was dealing with Windows, when I
needed to do some optional updating.
On 02/15/2011 11:50 AM, jcg wrote:
When the quickstarter of libreOffice is activated it prevents the shutdown
of ubuntu. this is also true for ooo and it's a well known reported bug
I found a solution (I don't remember on which forum) for ooo by mean of this
command line :
sudo sed -i '5s|true|false|g'
Of course this solution doesn't work for Libreoffice... I don't find the
similar file and thus fix the problem.
First, I don'understand the action of this command line. Some help ?
Second, on which file should I apply this commande line?
Other simple solution for this bug ?
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