thorn at myactv.net
Wed Sep 26 18:03:01 UTC 2012
On 09/26/2012 01:48 PM, Jack Ostroff wrote:
> Also - as I said, first let's be sure your file is OK, and then worry
> about which version you use. I sympathize with your issues with the
> newer Ubuntu.
> If your file (.kmy?) is text, does is look like XML? (I don't really
> know what the very old KMM data files were like - thus the need to
> follow Alvaro.)
> Sometimes it helps to run "kmymoney -n" which says don't open any data
> file. Then turn off all home screen options in the configure screen.
> Then open the file and look for error messages on the console. Mainly
> though, lets stick to the thread on the mailing list, so any solution
> will be available for searching for anyone else with similar problem.
The only error is with QT:
> $ kmymoney -n
> kbuildsycoca running...
> DCOP Cleaning up dead connections.
> 7:2012/09/26 13-56-07:aqbanking(19423):started
> 3:2012/09/26 13-56-07:aqbanking(19423):qbanking.cpp: 420: No Qt
> translation found for your language en
> reading file
> start parsing file
> reading accounts
> reading transactions
> reading securities
> reading prices
> reading reports
The file is in XML (.kmy), but compressed. I had to use the command line
gunzip command to be able to get to it, the GUI does not show anything,
it's empty. Very strange.
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