Description of problem:
Some documents that I have previously created using OpenOffice.org can
no longer be modified because of a BASIC path starting
"/usr/lib/openoffice". An error dialog appeared, and clicking OK just
made the error dialog appear again. This path no longer exists, but
creating a symlink to /usr/lib/ooo-1.1 works around the problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
hmmm. should have been fixed already. Can you remove the symlink and
grep your ~/.rhopenoffice1.1 for "/usr/lib/openoffice" ?
No output from 'find ~/.rhopenoffice1.1 -type f |xargs grep
I don't remember which document caused me to file this bug now. :-/ I
can't find one that causes the original problem anyway.
Hmm, in this case if we can't get the file causing the problem, we
can't really do anything about it... The files we know about are
already modified to fix this in the startup script, but for any
additonal files we need the name.
If you grep your ~/.rhopenoffice directory for just "openoffice" what
do you get?
Lots of things, but no suspicious pathnames. I'm pretty sure this
problem is fixed, whatever it was.