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Re: [K12OSN] Setting Open Office 2.0 to save as a Doc by default.



Hey Eric,
i just patched the files manually and am good with the ms-formats.  I
can't see why the script wouldn't work unfortunately. I'd really like
to avoid the registration/licence agreement wizard.  Is there anything
I can do about that?  Also, I renamed javaldx to avoid the freezing. 
I don't think that's a good long term solution though.  If a user gets
into the options>java settings it will freeze then too.   Any advice
would be greatly appreciated!


Thanks,
Peter

On 2/8/06, Peter Hartmann <ascensiontech gmail com> wrote:
> Hey Eric,
> These patches didn't work for me.  I have the rpms from the oo site
> which install to /opt.  I changed the patches and script to relect
> that but it's still not working.  Were on Centos 4.2 x86_64. Any
> ideas?
>
>
> Thank  you!
>
> Peter
>
> On 12/10/05, Eric Harrison <eharrison mail mesd k12 or us> wrote:
> > On Fri, 9 Dec 2005, Paul VanGundy wrote:
> >
> > > Eric,
> > >
> > > Then to update me on OOo2.0 how would you set it to default if you
> > > didn't have your script? There is still an openoffice.conf and the line
> > > I listed in my last post. But if that doesn't work then what do you
> > > configure so that it will (a .conf file please, not via GUI or OOo2.0
> > > interface since I already know how to do that). Thanks.
> > >
> > > -Paul
> >
> > Ah, I assume you are using Debian or Ubuntu? Questions about different
> > distributions are quite welcome here, but please do indicate whenever
> > you are using a distribution other than K12LTSP. Since this is the
> > support forum for K12LTSP, there is a tendancy to assume K12LTSP
> > unless otherwise stated.
> >
> > I booted my laptop up into Ubuntu and it does in deed have a
> > /etc/openoffice/openoffice.conf file that contains a OOO_MS_DEFAULT=1
> > setting. It didn't work for me, however.
> >
> >
> > Attached are the patches and script that I use to change these
> > defaults on K12LTSP. I verified that they work on my Ubuntu laptop.
> >
> > Save all four files in the same directory, then run:
> >
> >         sh ./openoffice-ms-format-defaults.sh
> >
> > -Eric
> >
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