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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0014685||CentOS-7||libreoffice||public||2018-04-13 18:21||2018-04-13 18:21|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0014685: Default install of Centos 7 can't open files|
|Description||The default install of CentOS 7 comes with Libreoffice but when trying to open a file I would get an error message box that says :|
General input/output error."
|Steps To Reproduce||In my case the file has a docx extension.|
Using libreoffice with sudo allows me to open the file which clued me in that it must be an issue with permissions.
If I open Libreoffice as a normal user but without selecting a file it will open, and then I have a look in "Tools --> Options --> Libreoffice --> Path". Here I can see that the temporary files location is blank and can't be edited. I believe this is the source of the issue.
|Additional Information||I have another Computer running RHEL 7.5 which does not have this issue.|
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