Libreoffice crashes while Choose Insert - Indexes and Tables - Indexes and Tables.
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x00007fffc10b2c58 in SwConditionTxtFmtColl::SetConditions(SwFmtCollConditions const&) () from /usr/lib64/libreoffice/program/../program/libswlo.so
This crash occurs with Polish User interface.
When switching back User interface to English (USE) inserting indexes & tables -> Index/Table -> table of contents.
This crash occurs with "stock" LibreOffice binary distribution as well as with Gentoo package built from sources.
Thank you for your report – unfortunately important information is missing.
Please comment when does this happen - always, with new document or with specific file only? Please read http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport as it will help you find out what information will be useful to reproduce your problem.
Created attachment 73819 [details]
strace for LibreOffice crash with Polish user interface
Crash occurs always:
1) Create new document -> Insert -> Indexes & Tables -> Index/Table -> Table of contents.
2) Open existing document -> Insert -> Indexes & Tables -> Index/Table -> Table of contents.
File format doesn't matter -> occurs with both .odt and MS .doc
It doesn't even present the TOC inserting form - it only splashes with it and quits Writer.
There are many jvm errors like:
open("/usr/lib64/jvm/oracle-jdk-bin-1.7/jre/lib/amd64/server/libiodbcinst.so.2", O_RDONLY|O_CLOEXEC) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)
Is your Java properly configured? (Just a guess from a nondeveloper).
User and system java vm are set to oracle jre 1.7
LO works with the very same java env settings with English Ui and crashes with Polish Ui.
*** Bug 60015 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
NEW as bug confirmed by another user (bug 60015).
your description shows the crash happens here: SwConditionTxtFmtColl::SetConditions(SwFmtCollConditions const&)
To be even more precise and since you reproduce it also with Gentoo, could you try to retrieve a backtrace by following this link? (https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/BugReport#How_to_get_a_backtrace_.28on_Linux.29)
(In reply to comment #10)
> your description shows the crash happens here:
> SwConditionTxtFmtColl::SetConditions(SwFmtCollConditions const&)
> To be even more precise and since you reproduce it also with Gentoo, could
> you try to retrieve a backtrace by following this link?
Julien, reporter attached strace already:
strace for LibreOffice crash with Polish user interface - https://bugs.freedesktop.org/attachment.cgi?id=73819
bfoman: strace and backtrace are different, at they seem too :-)
Concerning Linux, there are 2 links:
Sorry... But a debug build on my Gentoo laptop costs 6 hours... Is there any binary debug release of LO 4 for amd64 so I could test it?
Martin: I don't know but you can try to retrieve a bt even without symbols. It may give some hints.
Ok. Will try bt tonight.
Ok. Here they are attached:
gdbtrace.log.bz2 and by accident java runtime fatal error dump file hs_err_pid9058.log.bz2
Created attachment 73947 [details]
Backtrace log file
Created attachment 73948 [details]
java hotspot crash dump file
Martin: thank you for your feedback.
In java hotspot crash, I noticed these fonts present in your profile:
For the test, could you remove all of them, update font cache and give a new try?
All suspected fonts from .fonts and regenerating fc-cache crash still occurs.
This time no java hot spot crash file present...
Attached backtrace and strace log files after removing fonts.
Created attachment 73955 [details]
strace log file after removing fonts
Created attachment 73956 [details]
gdbtrace file after removing fonts
Martin: I forgot to ask you if you can reproduce this on a brand new file or just with a specific file? If specific, could you attach the file so we can try to reproduce this?
Thank you for your feedback and patience.
It is reproducible on a brand new file and on any existing .odt .doc files.
Martin: should have read your comment 5 :-(
Did you install any specific LO extensions?
Did you install any specific fonts? (in addition to those I told you to remove for the test)
Did you try to rename your LO directory profile? (see https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/UserProfile)
(In reply to comment #25)
> Did you install any specific LO extensions?
> Did you install any specific fonts? (in addition to those I told you to
> remove for the test)
There is a bunch of fonts, but crash occurs even with Times New Roman set to default font as well as for UI font
> Did you try to rename your LO directory profile? (see
Yep! Removing LO directory profile from my home directory was the first step, prior to reporting bug
Still for the test, could you disable all these extensions and give a new try?
After disabling all extensions LO still crashes with UI language set to Polish.
Martin: thank you for all your feedback.
Cédric/Michael: pb on Writer (for real this time :-)), bt attached. One for you?
I just want to confirm that the bug still exists in released 4.0 stable binary build.
Any hope for Polish LO users ?
Please do not update version field as it indicates the earliest version where the bug has been found. Just add a comment.
Joel, this is very serious issue for all Polish users and hopefully will be fixed ASAP. It has been confirmed by another user already in Bug 60015.
*** Bug 60649 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 61248 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
All the experts are already CC'ed on the bug so hopefully one of them will assign themselves soon, I agree, quite serious
Adding one more expert just in case he wants to tackle it :)
Michael - interested?
In testing version 18.104.22.168 is all right.
per comment 36 closing as FIXED, if it still appears for other people in 22.214.171.124 or later release, please reopen this. Thanks!