Re: running openoffice from chroot
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On Tuesday 22 February 2005 14:23, Alexandru Cabuz wrote:
> Obtained the same result. Openoffice starts correctly, and gives four
> error messages
> File "file" does not exist.
> File "name" does not exist.
> File "with" does not exist.
> File "spaces.doc" does not exist.
> If I type in the command line
> openoffice 'file\ name\ with\ spaces.doc'
> then it works perfectly.
> my problem is that I want to be able to just click on an attachment in
> kmail and open the file directly. I get a lot of attachments and it's
> a pain to have to save them to disk, and then open them command line
> with the apostrophes.
Have you tried setting the application associated to the filetype to something
like: 'oowriter "%u"' or - if this doesn't work even to 'oowriter \"%u\"' ?
If you think you have the solution, the question was poorly phrased. -
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