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Hello again,
Importing CSV-files should be easy enough! Just open a .csv-file under Calc,
select the right separator (, ; : tab or whatever). The csv-file is then
opened as a spreadsheet. You can then work with it as usual and save it as an
LO-spreadsheet file, or a M$-xls-file etc...
Regarding the network problem: I suppose something "networky" doesn't come up at boot-time.
Maybe you should  look at the early stages of /var/syslog or /var/dmesg (e.g. cat /var/syslog
or "more" or "tail" /var/yslog...) for any hints.

On Thu, 28 Feb 2013 12:25:31 +0100, Ian Whitfield <> wrote:

THANKS!! Heinz

You *_DID_* come up with the "Magic Wand"!!!

On 28/02/13 12:40, Heinrich Stoellinger wrote:
.......  (the jar-file is selected under "add archives").

That is where I had gone wrong. I had added it under "Folders"!!!

So now I'm into the DB on one machine at least. Next to test if I can
import CSV data.......... (??)

On the other problem - When I re-installed httpd, which I understand I
need, I get the error ...
"Warning: network-up is needed by httpd in runlevel 4"

Any idea what this means and how I get round this??

Thanks for great help again!!!!!!!!!

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