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Old 02-09-2003, 05:35 AM   #1
huno
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openOffice matter


i had install openoffice 1.0.1 .. it running probably .. in root

if i login in user account .. it running .. but i can't save documents.. it show this msg

Error saving the document Untiteld 1:
Wrong parameter
The Operation was started under an invalid parameter

" i use lycoris linux "
 
Old 02-09-2003, 06:17 AM   #2
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Hi, i had the same problems with OOo (roughly) I couldn't save my work at all. Im running suse 8.1, but im guessing the solution i used should work for you too. I asked the same question a while ago, and the post is here

What you need to do is install OOo as root somewhere, say the /usr directory. As root i created a directory called 'programs' in the /usr dir, and then did a full install of OOo to that directory.
Then I logged back in as a user and then installed OOo again, but this time you have to do a workstation install (the install that is about 3.5mb or something). This installs the necessary files to your /home directory. The workstation installation will put all the files you need into your /home directory so that you can use OOo as a user.

Thats how i managed to get OOo to work (and save all my files!). Althought i have to say that the default fonts that come with OOo are a little crap, but i got around that by using my windoze fonts.

This might sound a little confusing, but it should help
 
  


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