Ask Your Question

Revision history [back]

Someone borrowed my laptop [...] Can you see if a file that wasn’t supposed to be shared through libre office was shared ?

If you suspect someone opened an important file on your own laptop, you could check when the file was last opened. If you have ls, you can see this by entering this in your shell:

ls -lu "My Important Document.odt"

You might be interested in reading about encrypting documents in LibreOffice to prevent similar incidents in the future.

Can someone access libre office remotely on a different computer ?

If remote login is enabled and you have the password, then yes, for example via VNC or X forwarding. (Not that I have any idea how this relates to the other question.)

You might also want to work a little bit on your explanations. I think you accidentally your question:

image description

Someone borrowed my laptop [...] Can you see if a file that wasn’t supposed to be shared through libre office was shared ?

If you suspect someone opened an important file on your own laptop, you could check when the file was last opened. If you have ls, you can see this by entering this in your shell:

ls -lu "My Important Document.odt"

You might be interested in reading about encrypting documents in LibreOffice to prevent similar incidents in the future.

Can someone access libre office remotely on a different computer ?

If remote login is enabled and you have the password, then yes, for example via VNC or X forwarding. (Not that I have any idea how this relates to the other question.)

You might also want to work a little bit on your explanations. I think you accidentally your question:

image description

C:\fakepath\I-accidentally-93mb.jpg