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Bug#240398: Openoffice.org setup fail

Package: Openoffice.org
Version: 1.1.0+1.1.1rc3

When i execute the openoffice with any program (oowriter, openoffice)
the program says:

pagarcia@igloo:~$ openoffice
OpenOffice.org for Debian - see
running openoffice.org setup...
Setup did not complete properly - cannot find an entry in ~/.sversionrc

After i remove the ~/.sversionrc and ~/.openoffice (suggest by the
/usr/share/doc/openoffice.org/README.Debian.gz) but the problem persist.

pagarcia@igloo:~$ openoffice
OpenOffice.org for Debian - see
openoffice.org:  You have no entry for OpenOffice.org 1.1.1 in
yet the directory /home/pagarcia/.openoffice/1.1.1 exists.
Please remove /home/pagarcia/.openoffice/1.1.1 and try again.

I remove again the dirs and the program show the first message [1].

I tried to edit the file ~/.sversionrc and observed that the line 2 says
OpenOffice.org 1.1.0:

My Original File:
1 [Versions]
2 OpenOffice.org 1.1.0=file:///home/pagarcia/.openoffice/1.1.1

I modified the value by 1.1.1, execute openoffice and works,
nevertheless I obtain this new error:

Modified File:
1 [Versions]
2 OpenOffice.org 1.1.1=file:///home/pagarcia/.openoffice/1.1.1

pagarcia@igloo:~$ openoffice
Starting configuration import into user data ..
.. importing layer file:///tmp/oooLocale.XXXX7zB05Gconfigimport.bin -
Unhandled exception caught in main: "no service object raising singleton

With that message the program it is executed, but the program says:
"...A general error ocurred while accessing your central configuration.
Staroffice will continue the startup using your locally stored personal

My system have:
Debian Gnu/Linux unstable --> Linux version 2.4.25 (root@igloo) (gcc
version 3.3.3 20040125 (prerelease) (Debian)) #1 SMP Mon Feb 23 14:13:30
COT 2004, libc6 2.3.2.ds1-11 and xserver-common 4.3.0-0pre1v4

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