> (Basically, I would like to confirm a bug but I do not know how to reset
> the profile except that rm command.)
You can use this command:
It will tell LO to start with /tmp/lo-userprof/ as profile. Since it does not
exist, it will create it with default package settings.
Of course you should change soffice part to path to soffice binary on your system
(especially if you downloaded LO from website, then this binary probably isn't
in your $PATH).
(C. H. D.: sorry for sending this reply off-list, directly to you. This was due
to stupid setting of this mailing list, that any replies are by default sent
to poster, not to mailing list.)
I still get the same results in the bug report, but some of the other people do not get the same results on their machines.
What else should I do to reset the profile?
C. H. D.
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寄件人︰ Tom Davies <[hidden email]>
收件人︰ C. H. D. <[hidden email]>; LibreOffice User Support Mailing List <[hidden email]>
傳送日期︰ 2013年01月28日 (週一) 3:43 AM
主題︰ Re: [libreoffice-users] Reset the profile
> Hello! Regarding this bug report:
> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59270 >
> What steps should I follow to reset the profile?
> I have already done:
> rm -r ./.config/libreoffice/4
> on Debian Linux.
> Any ideas? :)
> (Basically, I would like to confirm a bug but I do not know how to
> reset the profile except that rm command.)
mv ~/.config/lodev ~/.config/lodev_old
Note: If you wish to revert to the old profile to test further, then
Restart LO: LOdev will create a new profile. If you cannot replicate
your problem with the new profile, then the issue is with the profile.
If you can, the it's likely to be a valid LO issue.
> Are there other things I should do to confirm the bug? What are they?
> Regards, C. H. D.
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