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On 2013-12-17 10:59, Steve Edmonds wrote:

On 2013-12-17 07:55, M. Fioretti wrote:
On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 06:51:27 AM +1300, Steve Edmonds wrote:

I am using LO 3.6 because we have thousands of staroffice files.
I assume you mean .sx* formats, NOT .sd*

I am only talking of the second group, the original ones. Those are
not recognized already in the version of LO I'm running now. I know that there is no problem yet with .sx* formats

No. I mean sd*. On my desktop I have Version 3.6:build-304 (Build ID: 360m1(Build:304)) that opens and edits them fine and on the server for headless conversion I have 3.6.5.

steve@server3:~> /opt/libreoffice3.6/program/soffice --headless -convert-to tmp:"writer8" --outdir /home/steve/LO /home/steve/LO/OldRDCells.sdw convert /home/steve/LO/OldRDCells.sdw -> /home/steve/LO/OldRDCells.tmp using writer8
Overwriting: /home/steve/LO/OldRDCells.tmp

Creates a file OldRDCells.tmp which I rename to OldRDCells.odt and open fine in LO.
Interesting though because in February it created the file with .odt
May be the .tmp file is not an odt, can you open the attachment.
Brain fade there. It creates tmp because I have -convert-to tmp:"writer8". If I have -convert-to odt:"writer8" it creates the odt file. That is so I don't overwrite an already converted file that may have been edited.

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