i just installed Opensuse 13.1 with KDE environment three days ago. but now i’ve encontered problem with impress.
it always takes me to login screen when i try to make a new slide or resize the windows.
i installed ibus yesterday. but it confilcted with some kde/libreoffice package so i removed it.
is this the source of problem?
any idea how to fix it?
> i just installed Opensuse 13.1 with KDE environment three days ago. but
> now i’ve encontered problem with impress.
> it always takes me to login screen when i try to make a new slide or
> resize the windows.
> i installed ibus yesterday. but it confilcted with some kde/libreoffice
> package so i removed it.
> is this the source of problem?
> any idea how to fix it?
> [sorry if my english is bad]
In one of these forums people mentioned that removing libreoffice-kde
package fixes the issue.
I would also try LibrOffice in a new user just in case
> caf4926;2600151 Wrote:
>> I have issues in 13.1 with Impress
>> Inserting image in slides
>> By slide 3 or 4 it crashes and logs me out
> Oh and I tried new user
> Completely clean gnome only install
> Completely clean kde only install
> But of all my machines it’s only affecting my intel gpu laptops, not
> sure if that matters.
Is there a bug report in bugzilla.novell which you are aware of.
I too see this issue.
> caf4926;2600153 Wrote:
>> But of all my machines it’s only affecting my intel gpu laptops, not
>> sure if that matters.
> Yes, it does.
> The intel driver included in 13.1 has bugs that can cause X crashes.
> Try to install the newer one from here, that will be released as
> official online update in a few days:
> ‘Index of /repositories/home:/sumski:/bnc847762/openSUSE_13.1’
I will wait for it to flow into “update” repo
the intel driver update solves only parts of the problem. The “log out” problem is gone, but I still have some problems when moving data from one column to the other in Calc or copying figures from Calc to Impress, resulting in freezing of LibreOffice.
System: Asus UX31A, Opensuse 13.1, Kernel 3.11.9, KDE 4.11.3, Libreoffice 4.1.3 from update (libreoffice-kde4 installed). @Wolfi323: Did you delete libreoffice-kde4?
The problem is not only Calc. When you are using Impress and insert a figure from a file (e.g. png file), LibreOffice will crash.
After removing KDE4 integration, it works (but it looks like a program from the 90ies ;)).