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I'm using suse 9.3 right now, and the built in OpenOffice 2.0.
The problem is while writing something (using the openoffice word processor).. it froze up.. so I killed it, then afterwards, when I try to run , it prompted me that it was not able to recover the file, and there were two options, to recover or not. I chose to revoer, but it crashed. I knew becuase bug buddy came out. I tried it again, this time cancellng the recovery, it stil crashed, and there's bug buddy again.
The funny thing is , Openoffice is not included in the bugbuddy list of apps..
so..anybody knows how to fix this? where does it save the temp file ? I've been searching for it the the OOo* directories, but can't find anything . I'm pretty sure that it's just a minor bug, and I got Openoffice to run agian when using a different shell to login.
So, what's the fix for this ? where do I find the temp file, so I can just delete it? or better, how do I desable recovery on starting up ( but I'd like to do this just for this time)
thats actually one of my problems since I can't run any openoffice apps anymore. Whenever I start one, it'll always show me that recovery thing, and it stays there. If I choose to either to start or cancel the recovery, the bug buddy appears, which indicates a bug.
Do you know where the temporary files ( the files for recovery) are stored? or is there a way I can configure openoffice through the command line?