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I had the same problem when I installed OO as root and ran it as a regular user. My solution was to run it once as root and tell OO that I was already registered.
One time I installed it in the "wrong" directory and that didn't work. I had to go fishing for the configuration file and manually edit it. I'm sorry I can't remember where it was.