> I've been using GNU cash for years and have loved it.
> I recently upgraded my Linux from OpenSUSE 42.3 to Leap 15.1. From memory
> I was on GnuCash 2.6. Now on 3.0-lp151.2.57
> When I open an existing file (from the past release) and resave, the saved
> file gets an error when opening. The message is "There was an error
> parsing the file ..."
> Luckily I have a copy of the previous version.
> The file is quite large: 1.9 MB as a gnucash file and 26MB once unzipped.
> I have a second set of books (a different entity) that is much smaller (643
> KB) and with it I can save and re-open.
> I tried opening the old copy of the large file again, running a Check and
> repair and then saving. The result is the same - it won't open.
> I have installed release 3.7 on a VirtualBox Windows 10 host and it is able
> to load, save and re-open the files that won't open on the OpenSUSE 3.0
> Is there some way to resolve the issue on Linux so that I don't have to run
> VirtualBox to update my accounting?
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