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[libreoffice-users] QUESTION: Libreoffice documents constantly need recovery


I am regularly getting a dialog box stating that one of the LibreOffice Documents I am working on needs to be recovered.

This happens despite...
1. The document actually saving and libreoffice closing without any errors.
2. Quite regularly -- 5-10 times a day.

I have searched around and only found one error log that has libreoffice mentioned. This is hs_err_pid####.log found in my HOME directory.

I have provided a link to one of the many log below for interest. I note however that the logs do not appear when the dialog box appears, or should I say prior to the dialog appearing. So...

1. Can someone explain what normally triggers this 'recover a file' dialog to appear (system events or file specific events)?
2. Where in the system is the cause of the 'error' stored (e.g. log, event log, etc)?
3. What does the error log linked[1] to signify?

[1] http://www.botanicusaustralia.com.au/Documents/LOJavaErr.log

I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTR, LibreOffice 3.3.0 [OOO330m19 (Build:6)
tag libreoffice-, Ubuntu package 1:3.3.0-1lucid1]

Cheers Simon

Simon Cropper
Principal Consultant
Botanicus Australia Pty Ltd
PO Box 160, Sunshine, VIC
W: www.botanicusaustralia.com.au

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[libreoffice-users] Re: QUESTION: Libreoffice documents constantly need recoveryAlexander Thurgood <alex.thurgood@gmail.com>
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