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    Re: OpenOffice.org 3 on 8.04.1

    bixejo,
    can't mark my thread as solved too,
    [Thanks] and [Solved] options are temporary disabled because of some forum issues.

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    Re: OpenOffice.org 3 on 8.04.1

    Quote Originally Posted by Lety View Post
    bixejo,
    can't mark my thread as solved too,
    [Thanks] and [Solved] options are temporary disabled because of some forum issues.
    Thank you for your info, Lety.

    Let's wait till both [Thanks] and [Solved] get enabled again (I've got some thanks pending to be given, and also one thread I should mark as solved).
    --Bixejo

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    Re: OpenOffice.org 3 on 8.04.1

    Quote Originally Posted by samden View Post
    Same problem rasmith. Openoffice.org 3 won't start, lets me fill in my name etc in the dialogue it gives the first time you run it but crashes and returns:

    [Java framework]sunjavaplugin.so could not load Java runtime library:

    Tried following your instructions, but no change at all. No idea what the problem could be, very frustrating.
    Samden, I believe that your solution is fairly easy, but if you have a lot of Open Office customizations, you will lose them in the fix.

    This assumes that you do have Sun Java installed and that it is your default Java install.

    Run the following command...

    rm -Rdf ~/.openoffice*

    This should correct your problem and allow you to open Open Office 3.

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    Re: OpenOffice.org 3 on 8.04.1

    Quote Originally Posted by bixejo View Post
    Thank you very much for this info, Pidgin.

    Should we also install any keyring for this provider?
    Yes, you should also add the authentication key for this repository from
    https://launchpad.net/~openoffice-pkgs/+archive/ppa

    -- rpr.

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