On 03/11/14 04:57, Alex Thurgood wrote:
Le 11/03/2014 02:00, Mark LaPierre a écrit :
Do you know where LO keeps it's settings?
AFAIK the user profile directory was moved to
sometime between 3.x and 4.x development
If you have that folder, you will probably find a "4" and a "3" in
there. Make sure LO isn't running (including the quickstarter, if you
have it) and move both to somewhere else or rename them and then restart LO.
I'm using the version of LO that is packaged with CentOS 6.5. It might
not be cutting edge, but it's supposed to work. That's what CentOS is
If none of the above works, this might be a problem for the CentOS
forums to help you with.
Your a good man. I found .config/libreoffice. I moved it to
.config/libreoffice.old then started LO Writer. I set the java
association to Oracle Corporation 1.7.0_51 then restarted LO.
I then created a new DB and created a new table inside, closed it, then
restarted it. The table is now accessible.
Now to get my first real DB built, but that's another thread. ;-)
^ ^ Mark LaPierre
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