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On 2014-08-29 13:59, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
Hm, but Ubuntu has no troubles with network files.  I thought i was on LO
3.5.7 but i might have upgraded.  I'm out of the office for a few hours
again but could check later.

Our file-server is a Debian one and done using a Samba share.  No other
files are affected so it's only when using LO to open them.

I've not tried using AbiWord but from what Alex is saying i suspect it is
only LO and maybe only certain versions.  I've still not tried Steve's
links but hopefully might try those later.  Thanks HdV for confirming! :)
I thought i had just done somethign weird when installing Kubuntu.

Some additional data I just received from one of the colleagues. This
problem also appeared on Windows 7 and 8 clients. But one of the more
technically versed persons thought it might have to do with the quality
of the network connection. That was because using the same laptop and
NAS but connected to another WLAN he did not have these problems. That
first network is indeed not constant in speed and sometimes slows down
to a crawl (although it doesn't lose its connection altogether). He
thought (but has not confirmed) that these problems were appearing
mostly when that network was playing up. Maybe that information is of
use to those trying to solve this.

Grx HdV

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