Microsoft Office OneNote won't close properly

There's always still a process in top

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raycharles Tuesday 28 August 2012 at 5:50

I recently installed Microsoft Office 2010 Professional Plus with PlayOnLinux. The majority of the programs work (reasonably) well, but I've encountered an error with Microsoft OneNote (the primary program I want to use since there aren't many great open source/free alternatives).

Anyways, OneNote by default only allows one instance of the program at a time. This is fine, even helpful, except for the fact that either PlayOnLinux or Wine is not properly closing the ONENOTE.exe process when I close OneNote. I can type top in the terminal and see ONENOTE.exe among the listings. If I try to start OneNote, I get an error message saying there is still a OneNote session running, but if I kill the ONENOTE.exe process in the terminal, it works fine again. Killing the process will also bring up a PlayOnLinux error message saying that OneNote has crashed.

Disabling the toolbar notification does nothing. It seems like for some reason OneNote is trying to launch another process whenever I open it.

Edytowane przez raycharles

Quentin PÂRIS Tuesday 28 August 2012 at 12:30
Quentin PÂRISAnonymous

Try to add wineserver -k at the end of the shortcut (~/.playonlinux/shortcuts/One Note)