Thanks for the suggestion. Someone else suggested that and I discovered
in my Xfce desktop, that option is already checked. Just for grins, I
tried unchecking it and there was no difference.
I think the problem has to do with that "session=" argument that LO5
does not like. Xfce is passing it, but LO5 is not accepting it. The
".desktop" file uses the %U argument.
I suspect the two methods of starting LO5 are different and that is why
it works when I use the desktop icon, which uses the ".desktop" file,
but not when Xfce is restoring the last session.
On 07/25/2016 06:54 AM, Paul D. Mirowsky wrote:
In Xfce, when you click on the logout button on the taskbar there is a
checkbox "Save session for future logins"...
Would this be a way to solve your problem?
On 7/21/2016 3:37 PM, Girvin Herr wrote:
I am running Slackware Linux 14.1 (K3.10.17), Xfce 4, and Libreoffice
126.96.36.199 (binary .rpm download from LO website).
I prefer to keep several oft-used LO files open all the time. These
files are open when I shut down the session. When I start the next
session, LO will not autoload these files and in fact will not run at
all. When I then start LO5 manually from the desktop icon, these
files are opened. I created a log of the Xfce output from the
startup, which included the startup of LO5 and got the following
LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 490fc03b25318460cfc54456516ea2519c11d1aa
Unknown option: --session=2c07016df-92b0-47a4-8398-8d806cdb3d0c
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