Apache OpenOffice (AOO) Bugzilla – Full Text Issue Listing
|Summary:||OpenOffice (several Unix versions) can not save on shared network driver|
|Component:||ui||Assignee:||AOO issues mailing list <issues>|
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|Issue Type:||DEFECT||Latest Confirmation in:||---|
Description zxdnju 2009-11-05 07:47:31 UTC
Shared network driver: Filesystem: netapp Exported to windows PCs in network using CIFS. Exported to Unix PCs (Solaris, Linux) using NFS. File permissions are controlled by windows AD controller. Using windows, OpenOffice-files can be created and edited on a shared network driver. If an OpenOffice file is already opened by another windows-user, it will be opened as copy or read-only. Everything works fine. Using Unix (Linux, Solaris), OpenOffice-files can not be saved on this shared network drive(CIFS based). Existing files will always be opened as read-only. New files can not be saved: File-->Save-->... results in "Error saving the document Untitle1: Object not accessible. The object cannot be accessed due to insufficient user rights", even if the file does not yet exist. Files can be saved on a local directory and then copied (using cp) to the network directory. Problems occur only with Openoffice files, other programs are not affected (tested with nedit).
Comment 1 michael.ruess 2009-11-05 08:24:30 UTC
MRU -> TM / MAV: same problem as issue 76203 or issue 94777?
Comment 2 zxdnju 2009-11-05 10:00:32 UTC
yes, similar, but not same, and I think our case is more similar with the case No.101282
Comment 3 zxdnju 2009-11-10 07:43:34 UTC
today we found a new issue of openoffice. 1 the openoffice is installed in local. If open a ppt file, it will be slow, and if there are some tables which also created by MS-office in the ppt file, it will be slower. No matter it is under unix or windows. 2 the openoffice is installed on the server which is unix environment. if open a ppt file and there are some tables which created by MS-office in it, the openoffice would always crash when we edit the ppt file. did you encounter this issue? could some of you give us some hints? thanks