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    Default openoffice.org crash on start

    I am getting consistent crashes in all openoffice.org programs shortly after starting. Here is the commandline output:

    Code:
    ~> ooimpress
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Opening cache "/var/tmp/kdecache-todd/icon-cache.kcache" page size is 4096
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Attached to cache, determining if it must be initialized
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Cache fully initialized -- attached to memory mapping
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): 4960256 bytes available out of 10485760
    X-Error: BadDrawable (invalid Pixmap or Window parameter)
            Major opcode: 62 (X_CopyArea)
            Resource ID:  0x0
            Serial No:    460 (460)
    These errors are reported asynchronously,
    set environment variable SAL_SYNCHRONIZE to 1 to help debugging
    I am using the openoffice.org:Stable repository on opensuse 11.3 64bit. I tried renaming my .ooo3 directory without success.

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    Hello TheBlackCat,

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBlackCat
    I am getting consistent crashes in all openoffice.org programs shortly after starting. Here is the commandline output:
    Code:
      ~> ooimpress OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Opening cache "/var/tmp/kdecache-todd/icon-cache.kcache" page size is 4096 
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Attached to cache, determining if it must be initialized 
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): Cache fully initialized -- attached to memory mapping 
    OpenOffice.org(4917)/kdeui (KIconLoader): 4960256 bytes available out of 10485760
    X-Error: BadDrawable (invalid Pixmap or Window parameter)
             Major opcode: 62 (X_CopyArea)
             Resource ID:  0x0
             Serial No:    460 (460)
     These errors are reported asynchronously, 
    set environment variable SAL_SYNCHRONIZE to 1 to help debugging
    I am using the openoffice.org:Stable repository on opensuse 11.3 64bit. I tried renaming my .ooo3 directory without success.
    This error is most likely caused by the kde4 extensions for openOffice.org.
    Try removing the package: OpenOffice_org-kde4.

    Best of luck!
    Where did I put my coffee cup?
    dir -R /home/* | grep "coffee cup"

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    I tried that, it didn't work. Any other ideas?

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    Exclamation Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    I'm having the same problem, w/ no success in removing the OpenOffice_org-kde4. package. Running 64-bit OS as well.

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    On 2010-10-23 23:06, TheBlackCat wrote:
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    > I tried that, it didn't work.


    Try it in gnome >:-)

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    You really expect me to install a completely separate desktop environment just to be able to use openoffice?

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    I submitted a bug report: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=649172

    After uninstalling the package, following these instructions from the bug worked as a workaround:

    1) export OOO_FORCE_DESKTOP=none
    in the console/terminal before executing
    2) make sure no soffice processes are hanging around before restarting
    3) restart in a console/terminal

    It appears to be a problem with KDEistro:Factory.

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBlackCat View Post
    I submitted a bug report: https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=649172

    After uninstalling the package, following these instructions from the bug worked as a workaround:

    1) export OOO_FORCE_DESKTOP=none
    in the console/terminal before executing
    2) make sure no soffice processes are hanging around before restarting
    3) restart in a console/terminal

    It appears to be a problem with KDEistro:Factory.
    I am not using KDEistro:Factory, but this works for me to get openOffice to run.

    The strange thing is that Ihave this problem of oOffice crashing only on my lapiop, but on my PC
    with the same openSuse 11.3 installation, this problem does not exist

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    Re-installing openOffice did not solve anything. SOLVED

    I installed the openOffice KDE debug package and then started oowriter from a terminal.
    Got the following error message (to be found in a log file in /home/[user] ):


    # A fatal error has been detected by the Java Runtime Environment:
    #
    # SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x00007f7ab28763f2, pid=28390, tid=140165341812512
    #
    # JRE version: 6.0_18-b18
    # Java VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (14.0-b16 mixed mode linux-amd64 )
    # Derivative: IcedTea6 1.8.1
    # Distribution: Custom build (Fri Aug 20 13:23:56 UTC 2010)
    # Problematic frame:
    # C [libpolyester.so+0x1b3f2] _ZNK14PolyesterStyle13drawPrimitiveEN6QStyle16PrimitiveElementEPK12QStyleOptionP8QPainterPK7QWidget+0x1452
    #
    # If you would like to submit a bug report, please include
    # instructions how to reproduce the bug and visit:
    # Bugzilla Main Page .................................
    (left out the rest of the log file)


    From PolyesterStyle13draw I concluded that the crash does relate to that particular style.
    In Systemsettings Appearance I had set Polyester for the Widget style. On my PC I had it set to Oxigen+no openOffice crashes.

    After changing it to Oxigen on my laptop, openOffice started up back to normal again

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    Default Re: openoffice.org crash on start

    On 2010-10-24 17:36, TheBlackCat wrote:
    >
    > You really expect me to install a completely separate desktop
    > environment just to be able to use openoffice?


    Didn't you notice the smiley?

    It is a procedure to learn if the problem is related to the desktop. If
    you want to learn that, then the answer is yes. I have several desktops
    installed in my machine: if one doesn't work for something, I can try
    another. This is not windows, there is choice.

    Me, I don't see the problem with installing another desktop :-)

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    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 11.2 x86_64 "Emerald" at Telcontar)

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