[Tellico-users] Unable to load library file.
rich.burridge at oracle.com
Wed Aug 5 02:58:00 UTC 2015
And now of course, I can't reproduce it. I went back to the previous
saved copy of library.tc from August 1st, and entered the seven
latest books again, and I was able to happily save, quit and then
restart tellico again with all books present.
One thing I did notice when I hit Save was that the progress bar in the
bottom right corner label progress at 80%, then back to 40% , then
90% and finally completed. I've no idea if that means anything.
Sorry for the wasted time. Hopefully I'm in good shape again.
On 08/04/2015 07:20 PM, Rich Burridge wrote:
> On 08/04/2015 06:35 PM, Robby Stephenson wrote:
>> On 08/04/2015 03:41 PM, Rich Burridge wrote:
>>> I entered 7 new books on Monday and that seems to work just fine.
>>> I went to open tellico today, and it's unable to load the library
>>> file (set to auto-load at startup). I get the popup error message
>>> at 49%.
>> What's the error message, just the "Unable to load" one ?
> Yes. Small popup with just that message and an "OK" button.
>>> This is with Ubuntu 5.04 (64-bit x86).
>> Which version of Tellico?
> Tellico Version 2.3.9 Using KDE Development Platform 4.14.6.
>>> Is there anything I can do to further debug this, or options that I
>>> can tweak?
>> Is there a backup .tc file, perhaps with a .tc~ extension? Try
>> renaming that to something else, with a the .tc extension and see if
>> Tellico will open that one. If the data file got corrupted somehow,
>> that might allow you to recover most everything.
> Yes there is. And I successfully was able to read that which suggests
> one of the last seven books I added. I then tried to add those back in
> at a time, and hit Save and Quit after each one. I was able to do that
> 3 of them. I'm now got to the point where the library.tc~ file no longer
> wants to Open either. It seems fine to Save and Quit after each one
> (I do have have the earlier on in a backup on another disk as well
>> As for debugging, if you run it from the command-line, there might be
>> some diagnostic messages, depending on how Ubuntu compiled it.
> The only extra messages I see from the command line are:
> $ ./tellico /tmp/library.tc
> tellico(27500)/kdeui (kdelibs): Attempt to use QAction "edit_undo"
> with KXMLGUIFactory!
> tellico(27500)/kdeui (kdelibs): Attempt to use QAction "edit_redo"
> with KXMLGUIFactory!
> I'm happy to send you my library.tc file privately if that would help
> and/or tell you the ISBN of these last seven books. I added them by
> just adding the ISBN number and Saving and then doing an Update
> from Amazon to try to fill in the rest of the details.
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