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How to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/

I use OpenSUSE Tumbleweed.
In the new version of LibreOffice is a shortage of fonts. I can choose
104 fonts from the 171 available of my system fonts.
I was advised to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/.
How can I do that?

Thanks

Andre den Oudsten

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Re: How to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/

Hi,

The easiest way to delete a folder in Linux is to use the "rm -rf"
command:

1) Open a terminal/shell
2) cd to ~/.config
3) Enter "rm -rf libreoffice" (without the quotes)

If you want a safer way, just rename the folder (this way you can
revert back if something goes wrong):

1) Open a terminal/shell
2) cd to ~/.config
3) Enter "mv libreoffice
libreoffice.bak" (without the quotes)

I hope this helps.

Rémy Gauthier.
Le samedi 25 février 2017 à 20:07 +0100, A. den Oudsten a écrit :
> I use OpenSUSE Tumbleweed.
> > In the new version of LibreOffice is a shortage of fonts. I can
choose 
> 104 fonts from the 171 available of my system fonts.
> I was advised to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/.
> How can I do that?
>
> Thanks
>
> Andre den Oudsten
>

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Dave Howorth Dave Howorth
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Re: How to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/

On Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:29:24 -0500
Remy Gauthier <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> The easiest way to delete a folder in Linux is to use the "rm -rf"
> command:
>
> 1) Open a terminal/shell
> 2) cd to ~/.config
> 3) Enter "rm -rf libreoffice" (without the quotes)

You shouldn't normally ever need to use the -f option. It can be very
dangerous. What is your reason for suggesting it here?

> If you want a safer way, just rename the folder (this way you can
> revert back if something goes wrong):
>
> 1) Open a terminal/shell
> 2) cd to ~/.config
> 3) Enter "mv libreoffice
> libreoffice.bak" (without the quotes)
>
> I hope this helps.
>
> Rémy Gauthier.
> Le samedi 25 février 2017 à 20:07 +0100, A. den Oudsten a écrit :
> > I use OpenSUSE Tumbleweed.
> > > In the new version of LibreOffice is a shortage of fonts. I can
> choose 
> > 104 fonts from the 171 available of my system fonts.
> > I was advised to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/.
> > How can I do that?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Andre den Oudsten
> >
>


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remygauthier remygauthier
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Re: How to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/

Hi,

The "-f" option (force) will basically ignore any non write access
protections. Without it, rm will prompt for each file that needs to be
deleted if the proper access rights are not correctly set (which I find
annoying when I want to delete a directory tree). In this specific
case, the intent is to remove the entire folder so using -f will allow
rm to perform its task in silent mode. Obviously, it needs to be used
with some level of caution, like any silent function operator; this is
why I also proposed an alternate method that allows the possibility of
recovery. But it is still up to the user to decide.

Rgds,

Rémy Gauthier.

Le dimanche 26 février 2017 à 00:14 +0000, Dave Howorth a écrit :

> On Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:29:24 -0500
> > Remy Gauthier <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > The easiest way to delete a folder in Linux is to use the "rm -rf"
> > command:
> >
> > 1) Open a terminal/shell
> > 2) cd to ~/.config
> > 3) Enter "rm -rf libreoffice" (without the quotes)
>

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Doug McNutt-2 Doug McNutt-2
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Re: How to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/

In ubuntu and all Apple systems there is a "Files" or other option which
will allow you to drag icons representing files into places like "trash".

Files starting with a dot as does ".config" are not visible until you
find a button to "show all". When you find the directory .config open it
up and you should see libreoffice which is also a directory. Open that
up and I see one file the total name of which is "4". It seems to be a
directory too! Yep and it has another directory called "user". In
directory /home/doug/.config/libreoffice/4/user there are several files
one of which is "config"

It makes one wonder if the initial instructions are not complete.


On 02/25/2017 07:32 PM, Remy Gauthier wrote:

> Hi,
>
> The "-f" option (force) will basically ignore any non write access
> protections. Without it, rm will prompt for each file that needs to be
> deleted if the proper access rights are not correctly set (which I find
> annoying when I want to delete a directory tree). In this specific
> case, the intent is to remove the entire folder so using -f will allow
> rm to perform its task in silent mode. Obviously, it needs to be used
> with some level of caution, like any silent function operator; this is
> why I also proposed an alternate method that allows the possibility of
> recovery. But it is still up to the user to decide.
>
> Rgds,
>
> Rémy Gauthier.
>
> Le dimanche 26 février 2017 à 00:14 +0000, Dave Howorth a écrit :
>> On Sat, 25 Feb 2017 17:29:24 -0500
>>> Remy Gauthier <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> The easiest way to delete a folder in Linux is to use the "rm -rf"
>>> command:
>>>
>>> 1) Open a terminal/shell
>>> 2) cd to ~/.config
>>> 3) Enter "rm -rf libreoffice" (without the quotes)


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Robert Großkopf Robert Großkopf
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Re: How to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/

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Hi Andre,

> I use OpenSUSE Tumbleweed. In the new version of LibreOffice is a
> shortage of fonts. I can choose 104 fonts from the 171 available of
> my system fonts. I was advised to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/.
> How can I do that?

Could be yor problem is: I can't find ~/.config on my system.

Close LO. Use your filemanager, for example Dolphin in KDE. Set View >
Hidden files. So you could enter .config on your home-directory. Enter
libreoffice. You could rename "4" to "4_old". Could be you installed a
special Suse-version. So you have to rename "4-suse" to "4-suse_old".

The new config-directory will be created when starting LO new.

I won't delete the old directory because I don't know if you have
saved something like user-defined dictionary inside it.

Regards

Robert
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A. den Oudsten A. den Oudsten
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change ¨4¨ into ¨4old¨ did not solve my problem.

Andre

Thanks

Op 26-02-17 om 08:55 schreef Robert Großkopf:

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> Hi Andre,
>
>> I use OpenSUSE Tumbleweed. In the new version of LibreOffice is a
>> shortage of fonts. I can choose 104 fonts from the 171 available of
>> my system fonts. I was advised to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/.
>> How can I do that?
>
> Could be yor problem is: I can't find ~/.config on my system.
>
> Close LO. Use your filemanager, for example Dolphin in KDE. Set View >
> Hidden files. So you could enter .config on your home-directory. Enter
> libreoffice. You could rename "4" to "4_old". Could be you installed a
> special Suse-version. So you have to rename "4-suse" to "4-suse_old".
>
> The new config-directory will be created when starting LO new.
>
> I won't delete the old directory because I don't know if you have
> saved something like user-defined dictionary inside it.
>
> Regards
>
> Robert
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Hi Andre,

> change ¨4¨ into ¨4old¨ did not solve my problem.
>
"4" has been created new? Or is there also a "4-suse"?

Could you post some of the fonts you couldn't see in LO, but are
available for other programs like the fontmanager of KDE?

Regards

Robert
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To rename your ./config/libreoffice file so that LibreOffice recreates it. Once you have displayed your hidden files, on my Linux-Mint systems Ctrl+H toggles the display of hidden files on and off, you need to rename the folder for example from .config/libreoffice to .config/libreoffice-bak. On my system you select the folder, right click to show the options, select rename then rename the file. I believe you need the complete folder to be recreated, not just the /4 subfolder.
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On Sat, 25 Feb 2017 19:32:26 -0500
Remy Gauthier <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> The "-f" option (force) will basically ignore any non write access
> protections. Without it, rm will prompt for each file that needs to be
> deleted if the proper access rights are not correctly set (which I
> find annoying when I want to delete a directory tree). In this
> specific case, the intent is to remove the entire folder so using -f
> will allow rm to perform its task in silent mode. Obviously, it needs
> to be used with some level of caution, like any silent function
> operator; this is why I also proposed an alternate method that allows
> the possibility of recovery. But it is still up to the user to decide.

Indeed but unless you know that there are such difficulties in the
path, you shouldn't generally use the -f option. It's much safer to try
without it and then repeat the command once you've established exactly
what a particular problem is. Otherwise it's far too easy to mistype
the path and/or not be in the working directory you think you are and
so remove files that are write-protected specifically to reduce the
likelihood of such accidents.

It's up to you what procedures you follow on your own systems, of
course, but it's best to recommend safer procedures to the great
unwashed that may read this list.

Cheers, Dave

> Rgds,
>
> Rémy Gauthier.

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Hi. I don't know if this is your problem.
During an update of LO to the Suse repository I noticed the
configuration is now in
/home/me/.config/libreoffice/4-suse/
It used to be in /home/me/.config/libreoffice/4/

What I had to do was remove the new 4-suse and type in a terminal.
 >cd /home/me/.config/libreoffice/
 >ln -s 4-suse 4

My new LO now could access all the settings of my older LO.

My suggestion is to perform the following before installing LO
 >cd /home/me/.config/libreoffice/
 >ln -s 4-suse 4

steve

On 27/02/17 03:05, A. den Oudsten wrote:

> change ¨4¨ into ¨4old¨ did not solve my problem.
>
> Andre
>
> Thanks
>
> Op 26-02-17 om 08:55 schreef Robert Großkopf:
>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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>>
>> Hi Andre,
>>
>>> I use OpenSUSE Tumbleweed. In the new version of LibreOffice is a
>>> shortage of fonts. I can choose 104 fonts from the 171 available of
>>> my system fonts. I was advised to delete ~/.config/libreoffice/.
>>> How can I do that?
>>
>> Could be yor problem is: I can't find ~/.config on my system.
>>
>> Close LO. Use your filemanager, for example Dolphin in KDE. Set View >
>> Hidden files. So you could enter .config on your home-directory. Enter
>> libreoffice. You could rename "4" to "4_old". Could be you installed a
>> special Suse-version. So you have to rename "4-suse" to "4-suse_old".
>>
>> The new config-directory will be created when starting LO new.
>>
>> I won't delete the old directory because I don't know if you have
>> saved something like user-defined dictionary inside it.
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Robert
>> - --
>> Homepage: http://robert.familiegrosskopf.de
>> LibreOffice Community: http://robert.familiegrosskopf.de/map_3
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generally to perform such operations on system / configuration  files or folder, I open the file manager with root privileges (from terminal:  sudo nautilus - or thunar, nemo...  whathever you have).  you can rename, move or delete anything from there  (essentially I rename files or folders before deleting, to be sure I can eventually recover changes).     Paolo





On Sunday, February 26, 2017 8:50 PM, Steve Edmonds <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi. I don't know if this is your problem.
During an update of LO to the Suse repository I noticed the
configuration is now in
/home/me/.config/libreoffice/4-suse/
It used to be in /home/me/.config/libreoffice/4/

What I had to do was remove the new 4-suse and type in a terminal.
>cd /home/me/.config/libreoffice/
>ln -s 4-suse 4

My new LO now could access all the settings of my older LO.

My suggestion is to perform the following before installing LO
>cd /home/me/.config/libreoffice/
>ln -s 4-suse 4

steve


On 27/02/17 03:05, A. den Oudsten wrote:
> change ¨4¨ into ¨4old¨ did not solve my problem.
>
> Andre
>
> Thanks
>

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Hi Paolo,

> generally to perform such operations on system / configuration
> files or folder, I open the file manager with root privileges
> (from terminal:  sudo nautilus - or thunar, nemo...  whathever you
> have). you can rename, move or delete anything from there
> (essentially I rename files or folders before deleting, to be sure
> I can eventually recover changes).

Seems you will work like most users of Windows: administrator for all.
There are no files in config-folder of your home-directory which
couldn't be changed by yourself as normal user and owner of all these
files.

By the way: Andre has changed the name of the folder. It has been
created again and didn't solve his problem with fonts.

Regards

Robert
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