I tried a document in LibreOffice 3.4Beta5 and LibreOffice always crashes while loading this file. It does not matter whether I first open LO and the open the file or whether I click on the file starting LO.
I ran a strace log in order to display the reason for the crash via the command: strace -o /tmp/strace.log -f -tt -s 512 /opt/libreoffice3.4/program/swriter /home/gerald/Desktop/file-crashes-libreoffice-3-4-beta-5.odt
The strace.log is attached to this bug entry.
I cannot attach the original file to this bug entry, but I could send it via email upon request. Some information on the file: The file heavily relies on Graphite smart fonts (Sophia Nubian and Linux Libertinum G) and contains lots of Zotero-citations.
System: Ubuntu 10.10/gnome2. LibreOffice 3.4Beta5 debs, German UI, Intel 32-bit
Created attachment 46692 [details]
first part of strace log of crash
Created attachment 46693 [details]
second part of strace log of crash
The strace includes part of the generated java backtrace:
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2633 23:16:23.895557 write(89, "[0xbfc42000,0xbfc92000]", 23) = 23
2633 23:16:23.895648 write(89, ", sp=0xbfc8d050", 16) = 16
2633 23:16:23.895735 write(89, ", free space=300k", 18) = 18
2633 23:16:23.895821 write(89, "\n", 1) = 1
2633 23:16:23.895904 write(89, "Native frames: (J=compiled Java code, j=interpreted, Vv=VM code, C=native code)\n", 80) = 80
2633 23:16:23.896234 write(89, "C", 1) = 1
2633 23:16:23.896337 write(89, " [libvclli.so+0x3eb4b0]", 24) = 24
2633 23:16:23.896644 write(89, "\n", 1) = 1
2633 23:16:23.896943 write(89, "C", 1) = 1
2633 23:16:23.897036 write(89, " [libvclli.so+0x3ec52c]", 24) = 24
2633 23:16:23.897345 write(89, " _ZN9graphite22vm7Machine3runEPKPvPKhRPPNS_4SlotERNS1_8status_tE+0x3c", 70) = 70
2633 23:16:23.897460 write(89, "\n", 1) = 1
2633 23:16:23.897770 write(89, "C", 1) = 1
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It mentions graphite, so it might be related to the bug 34420.
email@example.com: Just by chance. Does the document use the "Linux Libertine G" font?
Anyway, the crash seems to happen just with the particular document => it should not block the 3.4.0 release => slightly reducing the severity.
Note that LO uses time based release model, see http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Release_Criteria
@Petr: Yes, the document uses only following fonts: Sophia Nubian for all headings and Linux Libertine G for all other paragraphs.
OK, I add dependency on the bug handling the graphite update.
Please, try LO-3.4.0-rc1 once it is out. This bug might be fixed there by the commit http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/libs-extern-sys/commit/?h=libreoffice-3-4&id=2b46dd6afee72839d96d0646dbf52cfe3a9a7236
@Petr: I tried LO-3.4.0-rc1 and the problems seems to be solved. I could not reproduce the crash anymore. Thanks!
I close this bug.
RESOLVED, FIXED or CLOSED bugs cant be KEYWORD NEEDINFO.