Re: openoffice 64bit in lenny or backports??
Lukasz Szybalski wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 3:28 PM, Rene Engelhard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Lukasz Szybalski wrote:
> >> I just installed debian lenny on poweredge 2970 dell server and I'm
> >> wondering where can I get openoffice 64bit. I have some calc
> >> spreadsheet(csv files) that have over 100,000 rows and I would like to
> >> process some of its data in openoffice. Unfortunatelly the version
> >> that shipped in lenny seem to be a port of a 32bit.
> > ?? What makes you think that? It's full 64bit.
> 2.4 is full 64bit hmmm...
> The reason I'm saying that is when I opened a csv file that had over
> 100,000 records I got an error:
> "exceeded number of rows, the extra rows were not imported..."
> I thought this was a limitation of a 32 bit system which would get
> solved in 64bit. Am I missing something?
Yes, you miss that Calc - irrelevant of the arch - has a row limit.
as said here.
> Is there a setting to set the number of rows higher for 64bit?
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