Re: [tdf-discuss] How make sure that User closes LibreOffice on host?
Pridiou wrote (07-11-11 13:10)
I've worked on a document at the university library and just tried to open
the same file at home. When I open LibreOffice, I get the following message:
"Either another instance of LibreOffice is accessing your personal settings
or your personal settings are locked.
Simultaneous access can lead to inconsistencies in your personal settings.
Before continuing, you should make sure user 'XYZ' closes LibreOffice on
Do you really want to continue?"
I've rebooted my computer, which didn't change anything. Would you know how
to access clients?
You could simply choose 'Continue' in my experience.
Did you try that?
Further: there is something with settings/locking from a previous
session at a different location it seems.
Any chance that you could post some details? e.g.
- version LibreOffice
- storage ?
Thank you in advance!
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