ERROR MESSAGE - NO SUITABLE BACKEND WAS FOUND FOR FILE
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Mon Sep 12 22:23:00 EDT 2011
It was the DBD driver. Changing from Ubuntu to Linux Mint was a bigger
deal than I expected. I forgot about that driver, which I forgot once
before. I bet I don't forget again.
Excellent program. And the support is really great AND QUICK!
On 09/12/2011 07:43 PM, Derek Atkins wrote:
> On Mon, September 12, 2011 8:31 pm, john public wrote:
>> I copied my gnucash file (several times) to external drives. I then
>> from Ubuntu to Linux Mint 11. I installed gnucash 2.4.2 but got the error
>> message cannot parse url or something close to that. I uninstalled 2.4.2
>> installed 2.4.7. Then I got the error message "No suitable backend was
>> for file...".
>> The original file was created in 2.3.x, using a SQLite backend. I saw the
>> postings about an SQL problem with Windows, but nothing about Linux.
>> Any suggestions would be appreciated.
> Make sure you have the SQLite DBD Driver installed.
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