Upgraded system and GnuCash

Josh Sled jsled at asynchronous.org
Wed May 26 10:12:51 EDT 2004

On Wed, 2004-05-26 at 10:05, John Pettigrew wrote:

> However, GnuCash is behaving oddly WRT my reports. I have several open by
> default, and (now I've upgraded) every one of them says (Report not found) as
> its name in the tab, and the window says

> My accounts appear to be intact, so it's some oddity with the new setup.
> GnuCash is 1.8.8, which is what I was using before IIRC.

Please ensure that 'gconfd1' [_not_ gconfd version 2, but specifically
'gconfd1'] is running as a daemon.

If not, start it with `gconfd1 &` at a command-line.

> Can anyone suggest what I need to do to get this working, or do I just have to
> recreate all my reports manually?

Does that work currently?  I.e., can you create a new report along-side
the broken reports, and see that one work while the others continue not


http://www.asynchronous.org/ - `a=jsled; b=asynchronous.org; echo ${a}@${b}`
# A: Because it breaks the flow of normal conversation.
# Q: Why don't we put the response before the request?

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